We read an article about why every day seems to be a new 'national x day' in the US, and how you can create a new national day:
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blanket - to cover (something)
rodent - a small animal (such as a mouse, rat, squirrel, or beaver) that has sharp front teeth
rebuke - to speak in an angry and critical way to (someone)
coax - to influence or persuade (a person or animal) to do something by talking in a gentle and friendly way
surplus - an amount (such as an amount of money) that is more than the amount that is needed
pitch - things that are said by someone (such as a salesman) in order to make someone want to buy, do, or accept something
farce - something that is so bad that it is seen as ridiculous
glitch - an unexpected and usually minor problem
jarring - to have a harsh or unpleasant effect on someone or something
redundancies - a word, phrase, etc., that repeats something else and is therefore unnecessary : a redundant word, phrase, etc.
Do you also have these types of celebratory days in your country?
If you could create a new day, what would it be for?@Shiny03 @VictorJosé @filauzio @april @Manar @aza @Abdul_Wahid @Diakha