Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey everybody, Alisha here. Today we're gonna to talk about Thanksgiving and some Thanksgiving related vocabulary words. So let's get started. The first word is just Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a national holiday in America. It might be holiday in your country as well. You might have something similar to Thanksgiving. Basically it's a holiday which is well known for eating turkey and large, large quantities of other foods, which are really hearty. A lot of families choose to get together. People come from all over the country to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal with their family members and friends in some cases. Thanksgiving is the 4th Thursday of every November, right? Next is the word turkey. Turkey is a big bird, which we almost, I would say, exclusively eat at Thanksgiving. It's delicious. It makes you sleepy if you eat a lot of it. Here is a picture of President Obama pardoning a turkey. Why do we do this? Look at – his daughter is in the background facepalming. Oh, that's funny. So, the president pardons a turkey every Thanksgiving to, I guess, show the turkey that it's not going to be slaughtered. All of its wrong doings are forgiven. And my favorite Thanksgiving food is turkey. The next word is cornucopia. This is something that you only really see around Thanksgiving time. It looks kind of like a horn, it's a horn-shaped thing, and it usually has fresh fruits and maybe vegetables inside. According to this, it says it's a symbol of plenty. So, whatever it is full of, it's usually just kind of overflowing with that. It's to signify that you have a lot of, you know, food. You have enough of something. So that's something you might see around Thanksgiving time. My mom puts out a cornucopia of vegetables and fruits every year at Thanksgiving dinner. Another good word to know is cranberry sauce. This is a really, really popular dish at Thanksgiving. It's more of a dessert in my mind anyway. It's jelly that's made of cranberries and it's really sweet. Some people like to top it with whipped cream. Different families have different recipes. It's pretty well known and it goes really well with Turkey. So give it a try if you see it. Cranberry sauce is my brother's favorite Thanksgiving dish. Pilgrim is the next word. Pilgrim is a word that refers to the people who came to what is now America, what is now the United States, from England. And you might have seen historical pictures of them. People like to make fun of the fact that they had buckles on their hats. They had big pointy black hats in a lot of the pictures in children's history books. Pilgrims ate Thanksgiving dinner with the Native American population for the first Thanksgiving. That's how the holiday got started actually. And that's the end. Thank you for joining us about Thanksgiving. I hope that you enjoy a Thanksgiving some time. No I don't. If you do, great. If you don't, whatever, I don't know. So, those are some words that you might be able to use if you find yourself in a Thanksgiving dinner some day. I hope you enjoy. Happy Thanksgiving!