I need help to type a Thanksgiving reflective essay (min. 150 words)?

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Thanks I just need some ideas to get started and then I can take it from their

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Answer by Laura
there not “their”

There has the word here in it. I remember it by thinking if you are talking about a place that is not here it is there.

Their is when something is not yours it is Theirs.

“They’re” is used when you can substitute the word with “They are.”

There’s a start.

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One Response to I need help to type a Thanksgiving reflective essay (min. 150 words)?

  1. Beth says:

    Hi Mike, The Pilgrims set aground at Plymouth Rock on December 11, 1620. Their first winter was devastating. Weakened by the seven-week crossing and the need to establish housing, they came down with pneumonia and consumption. They began to die — one per day, then two, and sometimes three. They dug the graves at night, so that the Indians would not see how their numbers were dwindling. At one point, there were only seven persons able to fetch wood, make fires, and care for the sick. By the spring, they had lost 46 of the original 102 who sailed on the Mayflower. The Pilgrims obviously needed help and it came from an English-speaking member of the Wampanoag nation, Squanto. Squanto decided to stay with the Pilgrims for the next few months and teach them how to survive. He brought them food and skins, taught them how to cultivate new vegetables and how to build Indian-style houses. He educated the Pilgrims on poisonous plants, medicine, how to get sap from the maple trees, use fish for fertilizer, and dozens of other skills needed for their survival.
    The harvest of 1621 was a bountiful one and the remaining colonists decided to celebrate with a feast. The author of The First Thanksgiving states, “This was not a day of Pilgrim thanksgiving.” Instead, she writes, “This was pure celebration.” This is the type of subtle statement that often occurs in reading about the Pilgrim’s first thanksgiving.