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  • Proofreading Symbols
    By: Roy Z. Gonzalez Torres
    University of Puerto Rico in Aguadilla
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    C Many Children have ^lived in the White House.
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    Theodore roosevelt’s family may have been the most spirited bunch
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    His son, Quentin, once snuck a Pony inside.
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    Why did Quentin do that ^He wanted to cheer up his brother^
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    Theodore Roosevelt he had six kids.
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    Archie and Quentin were the youngest
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    Alice and Theodore Rooseveltsoldest child.
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    Some people thought Alice was too wild ^ and they criticized Roosevelt.
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    He responded, I can be president or I can supervise Alice. Nobody could do both.
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    The Rooesvelt kids had fun in the White House.
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    They slid [ on silver trays down the stairs .
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    They walked through the hallways on stilts.
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    The president evenplayed sometimes.
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    He liked Hide-and-Seek and pillow fights!
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