I had a great long weekend celebrating July 4th with my host family and my housemate. Even though we didn’t do anything special, we cooked some dishes and watched fireworks in our back yards. It was really fantastic and wonderful firework show. Because we live near the park which held the firework show of the city, we could watch very clearly and hear very loudly. Anyway, it was an amazing night for me. Maybe, some of you will wonder what that day is, and why Americans celebrate it. I won’t make you be curious anymore 🙂
Independence Day, which is one of the most important days in America, is commonly known as July 4th. On July 4th, 1776, American declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. On that day, American don’t have go to work and celebrate with many activities like parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, especially fireworks. In short, July 4th is a national day in the United States.
Let’s come to the US, go to GRCC and celebrate July 4th together everyone!