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Vocabulary Lists Fourth of July in the United States

Fourth of July in the United States

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sign (v)
United States of America
map of the United States of America
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white (adj)
The sneakers are red, white, and gray with white laces and black soles.
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red (adj)
blue (adj)
picnic (n)
Independence Day
Independence Day celebrates the birth of The United States. It honors the signing of the declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. The federal holiday is usually a day of picnics and parades followed by fireworks displays.
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Philadelphia
The historic city of Philadelphia, is the largest city in Pennsylvania. The sixth most populous city in the country, Philadelphia was at the center of the nation's development for hundreds of years. The "City of Brotherly Love" was in the center of the original thirteen American colonies both physically and politically.
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firework (n)
flag (n)
Declaration of Independence (n)
Thomas Jefferson
pride (n)
national anthem (n)
July 4th
independence (n)
freedom (n)
barbeque (n)
American Revolution
1776 (n)
parade (n)
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EnglishClass101.com
Friday at 3:25 pm
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Hey listeners! Are there any words you didnโ€™t know before getting this list? Write them down here!

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EnglishClass101.com
Thursday at 10:06 pm
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Hello @Oxana and @Daniel,


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Daniel
Saturday at 1:03 am
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Thanks for share many information to inprove my english knowledge

I didnยดt know the words anthem and parade and "City of Brotherly Love" too.

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Oxana
Saturday at 12:32 am
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Hi,

I didn't know the word "anthem".

Thank you for this lesson!

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EnglishClass101.com
Thursday at 8:38 pm
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Szabolcs
Wednesday at 3:00 am
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Hi,


This is very useful for me to develop myself. It's really good to see the picture and the word together, because it's more easier to learn the English words. I'm glad to find this useful website.


Thank you!

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Antonio
Wednesday at 2:25 am
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Good job! Thanks for your free lessons. They are extremely helpful.

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Francisco
Wednesday at 2:18 am
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Great info dear colleagues!!!!


I've lived a 4th of July in USA and it was amazing!!!


Congrats for your fabulous country!

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Vicente
Wednesday at 12:32 am
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Hello, Everyone.

Iยดm a new student and I really appreciate all their free lessons.

Sincerely, I donยดt know that Philadelphia was a the principal city in the Fundation of United State of America. Itยดs interesting.

I hope that you will enjoy your Independe Day!! ๐Ÿ‘

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Farid
Tuesday at 11:05 pm
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Thanks , nice words of Independence Day


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Meir Levi
Tuesday at 10:50 pm
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Hi,

I appreciate your website and systematic lessons. None of the words and phrases in the list was new for me, but I enjoyed the examples and explanations and refreshed some new facts related to USA independence.


Best regards


Meir