Awesome Adjective: Thankful

Meaning: To be happy to have someone or something in your life, often used with “for” or “that.”

Examples:

I’m thankful for my great English teacher.

She’s thankful that she has good health.

The boss said she’s thankful for all his hard work.

What about you? What are you thankful for?

Tell us in the Comments Section!

30 thoughts on “Awesome Adjective: Thankful

  1. We need to be thankful for what we have. I am thankful for those people who always give me a hand and the days I experience in NY.
    Today, I am thankful that I don’t need to work tomorrow.
    Happy THANKSGIVING!^v^

  2. Thankful for parents, for me life.
    Thankful for life, let me know thankfull to live.
    Thankful for friends, your help and support to me happy.

  3. I’m thankful that University Settlement give me a good opportunity to learn English. And thankful for making me enthusiastic about study English.

  4. I’m thankful for my special family!!!!!!!

    I’m thankful for my English teacher, Jon.

    I thankful for my life

    I thankful for University Settlement give me opportunity to learn English

  5. I’m thankful for my parents. I’m thankful for my English teacher. I’m thankful for the creation of University Settlement, so I can learn English.

  6. I’m thankful for my parents, thankful for my teacher because he taught me English!
    I ‘m thankful for my job, so I can earn money!

  7. I’m thankful for my parents gave me life, let me enjoy this world is beautiful and thankful for my family . Then ,Thankful for U.S giving me an opportunity to learn.
    Thankful my teacher Jon.

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