Happy Thanksgiving!

November 22 is the Thanksgiving holiday. It is a national holiday and is celebrated each year on the fourth Thursday of November. Most people don’t have to work on Thanksgiving, and many people take Friday off (not work; as vacation), so that they can have a four-day weekend. We talked about Thanksgiving traditions on English Cafe 60.

On this day, we spend time with our families, we eat turkey, and we think about all of the things we are thankful (grateful) for. We, at ESL Podcast, are always thankful for our fantastic listeners, and we hope that you and your families are well.

Best wishes from:
Jeff “give me more pumpkin pie” images3.jpg McQuillan

Lucy “is there more turkey?” images-11.jpg Tse

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14 Responses to Happy Thanksgiving!

  1. Carmen says:

    I was once in San Francisco at thanks giving and I won’t forget the taste of that stuffed turkey


    ( Sorry for my poor english, I hope improve it)

  3. Kobe.Su says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Everyone““
    Lucy and Jeff, thank you so much for what you have done here to help us“`
    Enjoy your pumpkin pie and turkey today“
    And also my best wishes to Dear Eduardo and Adriano Galeno! you’be doing a great job and thank you so much!

    Enjoy your holiday““: )

  4. Igor Grivko says:

    My congratulations for all American people that celebrate this day. My best wishes to the team of our best podcast in the world.

  5. hy says:

    Althought we Chinese don’t observe this festival, today I also want to express my thanks to you, the ESL staff. Many thanks for your giving, and, have a good holiday!

  6. emiliano says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to all ESL group also to all americans listeners as I think that out of US rest of nations do not celebrate this feast.
    But I really think it is a good idea to have such a feast in a day that people may think about the good feelings and good
    things they have received along their lifes.
    Dear Jeff and Lucy enjoy these days as much as possible.

  7. Elvira De la Cruz says:

    Is my firts Thanksgiving here,
    I feel thankfull for you help.

  8. Fernando S says:

    Happy Thanksgiving! I had the privilege of being in the USA on Thanksgiving day 2001 and I will never forget that special meal with the family and friends! Of course, the delicious turkey was part of the meal too!
    Thanks again for the wonderful job!
    Fernando, from Brazil

  9. Dave Kees says:

    Happy Thanksgiving! I love your podcasts and encourage my 450 students here in China to make full use of them. Thanks!

  10. Henry L. says:

    This year I will grate ESL Podcast being my first step to improve my English milestone. It is very helpful! Thanks again.

    Wish you all are doing well.

    Best ever regards!



  11. Mario Bagnara says:

    Happy thanksgiving ESL team!!!

    I feel amazed at how people meet together along their families to celebrate this holiday….!!! I wish you all the best…

    I just came over this site this week and it has been amazing to discover the great work you guys are doing, and i think it is something to be grateful for….I will do my best to spread over the good news about this wonderful site…I really hope you guys will enjoy this days off and get back all renewed!!!!

  12. hedion says:

    happy thanksgivng ESL Team…

    i live je-ju island in Korea

  13. Jack says:

    Happy thanksgiving!

    ESL Podcast is so good for us. It is very helpful!

    Lucy and Jeff, thank you very much.


  14. Murilo Decnop says:

    I would like to praise the ELS podcast’s team for the great job that all of you are making with us who are interested in learning and improving our English as a second language. I wish I were in USA enjoying that wonderful meal with turkey and the pumpkin pie.

    I had been surfing on the internet for a long time looking for a good website that could help me to improve my English fluency and when I found ELS podcast I could realized that it was one of the best. Now I am spreading for all people about it.

    Best regards,
    Murilo from Brazil

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