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The United States of America is the fourth largest country in the world
(after Russia, Canada and China). It occupies the southern part of North
America and stretches from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. It also
includes Alaska in the north and Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean. The total
area of the country is about nine and a half million square kilometres.
The USA borders on Canada in the north and on Mexico in the south. It
also has a seaboarder with Russia.

The USA is made up of 50 states and the District of Columbia, a special
federal area where the capital of the country, Washington, is situated.
The population of the country is about 250 million.

If we look at the map of the USA, we can see lowlands and mountains. The
highest mountains are the Rocky Mountains, the Cordillera and the Sierra
Nevada. The highest peak is Mount McKinley, which is located in Alaska.

America’s largest rivers are the Mississippi, the Missouri, the Rio
Grande and the Columbia. The Great Lakes on the border with Canada are
the largest and deepest in the USA.

The climate of the country varies greatly. The coldest regions are in
the north. The climate of Alaska is arctic. The climate of the central
part is continental. The south has subtropical climate. Hot winds
blowing from the Gulf of Mexico often bring typhoons. The climate along
the Pacific coast is much warmer than that of the Atlantic coast.

The USA is a highly developed industrial country. It is the world’s
leading producer of copper and oil and the world’s second producer of
iron ore and coal. Among the most important manufacturing industries are
aircraft, cars, textiles, radio and television sets, armaments,
furniture and paper.

Though mainly European and African in origin, Americans are made up from
nearly all races and nations, including Chinese and native Americans.

The largest cities are New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Detroit, San Francisco and others.

The United States is a federal union of 50 states, each of which has its
own government. The seat of the central (federal) government is
Washington, DC. According to the US Constitution the powers of the
government are divided into 3 branches: the executive, headed by the
President, the legislative, exercised by the Congress, and the
juridical. The Congress consists of the Senate and the House of
Representatives. There are two main political parties in the USA: the
Republican and the Democratic.

The American flag is often called “The Stars and Stripes”, it is also
called «Old Glory». It represents the growth of the nation. It has 13
horizontal stripes, 7 red and 6 white which stand for the original 18
states. In the top left hand corner there are 50 white stars on a blue
background: one star for each state. The national anthem of the United
States is “The Star Spangled Banner». The words written during the
Anglo-American war of 1812-1814 and set to the music of an old song.
Every state has its own flag, its own emblem and its own anthem too.

The eagle became the national emblem of the country in 1782. It has an
olive branch (a symbol of peace) and arrows (a symbol of strength). You
can see the eagle on the back of a dollar bill.

The Statue of Liberty is the symbol of American democracy. It stands on
Liberty Island in New York. It one of the first things people see when
they arrive in New York by sea. This National Monument was a present
form France to the USA. France gave the statue to America in 1884 as a
symbol of friendship. Liberty carries the torch of freedom — in her
right hand. In her left hand she is holding a tablet with the
inscription «July 4,1776» — American Independence Day.

The Congress of the United States is composed of two houses: Senate and
the House of Representatives. The Senate presents the states and the
House represents the population according to its distribution among the
states. Each state is guaranted at least one representative in the
House. The remainder are apportioned among the states according to their
population. The Senate of US is composed one of the hundred members –
two being elected from each state. Senators are chosen for six years,
one-third retiring or seeking is re-elected every two years. Two
senators from the same state never finish their terms at the same time,
one of them is called «Senior Senator» and the other — «Junior Senator».

The presiding officer of the senate is the Vice-President of the United
States, The Vice-President is not a member of the chamber over which he
presides and he sometimes is not a member of the party in power.

The work of the US Congress is done mostly in different committees. The
mostly important Rules, Appropriation Foreign Relations, Finance, Armed
Services.

In the House of Representatives the most important are Rules,
Appropriation, Ways and Means, Judiciary, Agriculture.

The chairmen of the standing committees are considered the real rules of
the Senate and the House.

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The USA

American symbols

The US government

What are americans fond of?

The capital of the usa

places of sightseeing

holidays in the usa

famous people of america

The united states of america.

The United States of America is the fourth largest country in the world
(after Russia, Canada and China). It occupies the southern part of North
America and stretches from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. It also
includes Alaska in the north and Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean. The total
area of the country is about nine and a half million square kilometres.
The USA borders on Canada in the north and on Mexico in the south. It
also has a seaboarder with Russia.

The USA is made up of 50 states and the District of Columbia, a special
federal area where the capital of the country, Washington, is situated.
The population of the country is about 250 million.

If we look at the map of the USA, we can see lowlands and mountains. The
highest mountains are the Rocky Mountains, the Cordillera and the Sierra
Nevada. The highest peak is Mount McKinley, which is located in Alaska.

America’s largest rivers are the Mississippi, the Missouri, the Rio
Grande and the Columbia. The Great Lakes on the border with Canada are
the largest and deepest in the USA.

The climate of the country varies greatly. The coldest regions are in
the north. The climate of Alaska is arctic. The climate of the central
part is continental. The south has subtropical climate. Hot winds
blowing from the Gulf of Mexico often bring typhoons. The climate along
the Pacific coast is much warmer than that of the Atlantic coast.

The USA is a highly developed industrial country. It is the world’s
leading producer of copper and oil and the world’s second producer of
iron ore and coal. Among the most important manufacturing industries are
aircraft, cars, textiles, radio and television sets, armaments,
furniture and paper.

Though mainly European and African in origin, Americans are made up from
nearly all races and nations, including Chinese and native Americans.

The largest cities are New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Detroit, San Francisco and others.

The United States is a federal union of 50 states, each of which has its
own government. The seat of the central (federal) government is
Washington, DC. According to the US Constitution the powers of the
government are divided into 3 branches: the executive, headed by the
President, the legislative, exercised by the Congress, and the
juridical. The Congress consists of the Senate and the House of
Representatives. There are two main political parties in the USA: the
Republican and the Democratic.

American Symbols

The American flag is often called “The Stars and Stripes”, it is also
called «Old Glory». It represents the growth of the nation. It has 13
horizontal stripes, 7 red and 6 white which stand for the original 18
states. In the top left hand corner there are 50 white stars on a blue
background: one star for each state. The national anthem of the United
States is “The Star Spangled Banner». The words written during the
Anglo-American war of 1812-1814 and set to the music of an old song.
Every state has its own flag, its own emblem and its own anthem too.

The eagle became the national emblem of the country in 1782. It has an
olive branch (a symbol of peace) and arrows (a symbol of strength). You
can see the eagle on the back of a dollar bill.

The Statue of Liberty is the symbol of American democracy. It stands on
Liberty Island in New York. It one of the first things people see when
they arrive in New York by sea. This National Monument was a present
form France to the USA. France gave the statue to America in 1884 as a
symbol of friendship. Liberty carries the torch of freedom — in her
right hand. In her left hand she is holding a tablet with the
inscription «July 4,1776» — American Independence Day.

The US Congress

The Congress of the United States is composed of two houses: Senate and
the House of Representatives. The Senate presents the states and the
House represents the population according to its distribution among the
states. Each state is guaranted at least one representative in the
House. The remainder are apportioned among the states according to their
population. The Senate of US is composed one of the hundred members –
two being elected from each state. Senators are chosen for six years,
one-third retiring or seeking is re-elected every two years. Two
senators from the same state never finish their terms at the same time,
one of them is called «Senior Senator» and the other — «Junior Senator».

The presiding officer of the senate is the Vice-President of the United
States, The Vice-President is not a member of the chamber over which he
presides and he sometimes is not a member of the party in power.

The work of the US Congress is done mostly in different committees. The
mostly important Rules, Appropriation Foreign Relations, Finance, Armed
Services.

In the House of Representatives the most important are Rules,
Appropriation, Ways and Means, Judiciary, Agriculture.

The chairmen of the standing committees are considered the real rules of
the Senate and the House.

what are americans fond of?

Americans are very fond of sport. The most popular sports in the USA are
football, which is played from April to October , baseball, played from
September to December, basketball, played from October to April and ice
hockey, played in most nor then cities from October to March.

American football derives from the English game of rugby. It started at
Harvard University in the 1870’s. It is a game for two teams of eleven
men on the field. The object of the game is to have the control of the
ball and to score points by carrying it across the goal-line.

Baseball is a team game derived from the English game of cricket. It is
played with a bat and ball by two teams of nine players each, on a field
with four bases. Baseball is the national game in the USA and it is very
popular in Canada too.

Basketball is a game which nowadays is popular all over the world. It
was invented in 1891. During the ’20s the first US league championship
was organized. In the ’70s American Championship was divided into two
leagues: the ABA (American Basketball Association), which does not exist
any longer and which played with a blue, red and white ball and the NBA
(National Basketball Association).

There are more activities which Americans take part in such as golf,
swimming, tennis, aerobics, wrestling, etc.

The capital of the usa

The beautiful city of Washington D.C. is the capital of the United
States and the centre of its government. The capital was named after the
first president George Washington and was founded in 1790. It is
situated on the Potomac River in the District of Columbia. Washington is
not the largest city in the USA. It has a population only 900000.

Washington D.C. has nothing characteristically American in it, as its
conception is purely French. It has long wide avenues, gardens,
beautiful parks and no skyscrapers at all. Washington is the residence
of the President and the Congress of the USA. The White House is the
President’s residence, the Capitol – the seat of the American Congress.
The largest and the tallest among the buildings is the Capitol with its
great House of Representatives and Senate Chamber. There are no
skyscrapers because no other building must be taller than the Capitol.
All american presidents except George Washington (the White House was
not yet built in his time) have lived in the White House. It was built
in 1799.

Washington is a large scientific and cultural centre, where there are
many research institutes, five universities, the National Academy of
Science and the Library of Congress.

There is one more well-known building in Washington – Pentagon, the
residence of the US Military department. It is situated in the suburbs
to the south of the Potomac.

places of sightseeing

The Pentagon is a building in Arlington, Virginia, near Washington, D.C.
It has the offices of the U.S. Department of Defense. The Department of
Defense includes the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.

The word pentagon comes from the Greek penta, which means “five”. A
pentagon is a figure with five sides. The Pentagon has five rings. The
rings are inside each other. Each ring has five sides. How tall do you
think the Pentagon is? The answer is easy. Each ring is five stories
tall.

The Pentagon is the largest office building in the world. It has
seventeen miles of halls. People can get lost in the Pentagon. So the
walls on each floor are a different color (brown, green, red, gray, and
blue). This helps people to know where they are. There are also many
maps in the halls.

The Pentagon is so big that it is like a city. Almost 30,000 people work
there. The Pentagon has its own doctors, dentists, and nurses. It has
its own banks and stores. It has a post office, a fire department, and a
police department. It also has an important center for communications.
This center guards the country. It is hundreds of feet under the ground.
The Pentagon even has its own radio and TV stations.

New York

New York is one of the largest cities in the world and the biggest
seaport. It’s the financial capital of the country. It’s the business
centre of the United States. The city is situated in New York State, at
the mouth of the Hudson river. It’s population is over eight million. In
early times the New York area was populated by Indians. It is here in
Wall street many business offices, banks and world famous New York stock
exchange are situated.

New York is an industrial and cultural centre of the country. The most
important branches of industry are those producing vehicles, glass,
chemicals. New York is also a great cultural centre. It has many
museums, art galleries, theatres, ballet. There are two world-famous
streets in New York – Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Broadway is the centre
of the theatres and night life. Fifth Avenue is the great shopping,
hotel and club avenue.

The Empire State Building is at Fifth Avenue. It’s a 102-storeyed
building, was built in 1931. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is at Fifth
Avenue. It includes hundreds of world famous masterpieces and attracts
many visitors.

The Statue of Liberty is the symbol of American democracy. It stands on
Liberty Island in New York port. Liberty.

Today New York City is informally called “The Big Apple”, The origin of
this name is unknown , but it is popular all over the world.

BEVERLY HILLS

Most visitors to Los Angeles, California want to go and see Beverly
Hills. This is where you find the homes of the movie stars. But Beverly
Hills is not Los Angeles. It is h small city next to Los Angeles.

All kinds of celebrities live in Beverly Hills. These celebrities may be
movie stars, television stars, sports stars, or other people in the
news. Tourists can buy special maps for the homes of the stars. These
homes are very beautiful. They usually have swimming pools and tennis
courts. But some times you cannot see very much. The homes have high
wall or trees around them.

Beverly Hills is also famous for Rodeo Drive. This is one of the most
expensive shopping streets in the United States. Rodeo Drive started to
be an elegant street in the 1960s. Many famous stores were opened on the
street. People liked all the new styles and fashions they could buy.
Today, you can find the most expensive and unusual clothing, jewelry,
and furniture in the world on Rodeo Drive. Rodeo Drive is a very special
street. When you want to park your car in public parking, an attendant
will come and park your car for you.

Beverly Hills is really a small city. Only about 35,000 people live
there. But during the day more than 200,000 people come to Beverly Hills
to work or to shop.

Holidays in the USA

There are no national holidays in the United States. Each of the 50
states has jurisdiction over its holidays. In practice, however, most
states observe the federal (“legal”) public holidays, even though the
President and Congress can legally designate holidays only for federal
government employees.

Ten holidays per year are proclaimed by the federal government. They are
as follows:

New Year’s Day (January 1)

Martin Luther King Day (third Monday in January)

George Washington’s Birthday (third Monday in February)

Memorial Day (last Monday in May)

Independence Day (July 4)

Labour Day (first Monday in September)

Columbus Day (second Monday in October)

Veteran’s Day (November 11)

Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November)

Christmas (December 25).

There is no many traditional holidays, observed by a large number of
Americans, which are neither legal nor official. Among these are
Valentine’s Day, St. Patric’s Day, Mother’s Day and Halloween (the last
day of October).

Valentine’s Day has had a long and romantic history. February 14 was the
Roman date of the festival, where were games and dancing and then each
young man drew from an urn the name of the girl who would be his
sweetheart for the coming year. In the seventh century the festival
began to be called St. Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day is the sweet-hearts holiday when people in love express
affection for each other in different ways. The young people can do it
though a small gift or a card.

HALLOWEEN

On October 31, Americans celebrate Halloween. Halloween means «holy»
(hallow) “evening” (een). This is the evening before the Christian
holiday – All Saints Day. On All Saints Day, Christians remember the
saints. But Halloween is even older than Christianity.

Before Christianity, people in Europe believed that on October 31 ghosts
of dead people came back. To scare the ghosts, people dressed like
devils and were very noisy. They also made big fires to keep the ghosts
away. Later, people did not believe in ghosts, but they kept the day of
Halloween for fun.

Immigrants came from Europe to America and brought with them the custom
of Halloween. Halloween has some strange symbols. One symbol is the
jack-o’-lantern in the window. The jack-o’-lantern is to scare the
ghosts. People cut the pumpkin, throw away all of the inside, and cut a
face in it. Then they put a candle inside of it. Jack-o’-lanterns
usually look scary, too.

Today, in the United States, Halloween is very popular with children.
They wear masks and special costumes. They want to look like skeletons
and ghosts. Then they go from house to house and say, “Trick or treat!”
People give them candies, cookies, or fruit. When people give nothing,
the children sometimes play tricks on them.

Independence Day

On July 4 the Americans celebrate their national holiday – Independence
Day. The United States gained independence as a result of gradual and
painful process. By the mid 1700’s,it became difficult for thirteen
British colonies in the New World to be ruled by a king 3.000 miles
across the ocean. The British empire imposed high taxes upon the
colonies.

In 1774, the First Continental Congress drew up a list of grievances
against the British crown. This document was the first draft of the
document that would formally separate colonies from England. In 1775,
the Revolutionary War began July 2,1776, the Second Continental Congress
presented a second draft of the list of grievances. On July 4 the
Continental Congress approved the Declaration of independence. But the
War of independence lasted until 1783. After the war Independence Day
became an official holiday.

On July 4, Americans have holiday from work. People have day-long
picnics with favorite foods like hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad,
baked beans. Lively music is heard everywhere. People play baseball or
compete at three-legged races. or pie-eating or water-melon-eating
contests. Some cities have parades with people dressed as the original
founding fathers who march to the music of high school bands. In the
evening people gather to watch firework displays. Wherever Americans are
around the globe they will get together to celebrate Independence Day.

Thanksgiving

In1620, a religious community sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to
settle in the New World. They settled in what is now known as the state
of Massachusettes. Their first winter in America was difficult. They
arrived too late to grow a rich harvest. Moreover, half the colony died
from desease. The following spring the Iroquois Indians taught them how
to grow corn. Indians showed them also how to grow other crops and how
to hunt and fish.

In the autumn of 1621 they got a beautiful harvest of corn, barley,
beans and pumpkins. The colonists had much to be thankful for, so they
planned a feast. Local Indian chief and ninety Indians were present. The
colonists learned from Indians how to cook cranberries and dishes of
corn and pumpkins.

In following years many of the colonists celebrated the harvest with a
feast of thanks. After the United States gained independence, Congress
recommended one yearly day of thanksgiving for the whole country. Later,
George Washington suggested the date November 26 as Thanksgiving Day.
Then, after the civil war, Abraham Lincoln suggested the last Thursday
in November to be the day of thanksgiving.

On Thanksgiving Day, family members gather at the house of an older
relative, even if they live far away. All give thanks for everything
good they have. Charitable organization offer traditional meal to the
homeless.

Food, eaten at the first thanksgiving, have become traditional. The
traditional thanksgiving mean consists of roast turkey stuffed with
herb-flavoured bread, cranberry jelly, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie.
Other dishes may vary as to region: ham, sweet potatoes, creamed corn.

Christmas

Christmas is Christian holiday that celebrates the birth of Jesus
Christ. No one knows the exact date of Christ’s birth but most Christie
celebrate Christmas on December 25. People in the United States
decorate their homes with Christmas trees, wreaths and ornaments. City
streets are filled with colored lights; the sound of bells and Christmas
carols can be heard everywhere.

Children write letters to Santa Claus and tell him what presents they
would like to get. Many department stores hire people to wear a Santa
Claus costume and listen to children’s reguests. People send Christmas
cards to relatives and friends.

A Christmas tree is one of the main symbols of Christmas in most homes.
Presents are placed under the tree. On Christmas Eve or Christmas
morning, families open their presents. Some children hang up stockings
so Santa Claus can fill them with candy, fruit and other small gift.

In many parts of the United States groups of people walk from house to
house and sing Christmas carols. Some people give singers money or small
gifts or invite them for a warm drunk.

Many people attend church services on Christmas Eve or Christmas moning.
They listen to readings from Bible and singing Christmas carols.

A traditional Christmas dinner consists of stuffed turkey, mashed
potatoes, cranberry sauce and a variety of other dishes. Some families
have ham or roast goose of turkey. Pumpkin pie, plum pudding, and
fruitcake are favourite desserts.

famous people of america

MARK TWAIN

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known to most people as Mark Twain, was born
and spent his boyhood in a small town on the Mississippi River. When he
grew up, he became a river pilot.

Later he went west and worked as a newspaper reporter. While he was on
this job he began to sign his articles “Mark Twain”. From then on
Clemens used Mark Twain as his pen-name.

Clemens worked on other newspaper, travelled, and gave lectures.

Clemens spent his summers on his farm. There he wrote “The Adventures of
Tom Sawyer”, published in 1876. Tom in the story is really Mark Twain.
Huckleberry Finn is his close boyhood friend, Tom Blankenship. The book
tells of the boys’ exciting adventures.

Later Clemens wrote a sequel, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. “Tom
Sawyer” and “Huckleberry Finn” are among the most popular books ever
published in the United States. Among Mark Twain’s other books are “Joan
of Arc”, “Life on the Mississippi”.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Abraham Lincoln was the sixteenth president of the United States. He was
born in Kentucky in 1809. His family was very poor. When Lincoln was a
boy, he worked on his family’s farm. He did not go to school. He taught
himself to read and write. Later, Lincoln studied law and became a
lawyer. After that, he became a politician.

Everybody liked Abraham Lincoln because he was intelligent and
hard-working. Lincoln was very ambitious. He wanted to be good at
everything he did. He said that he wanted to win the “race of life”. He
was also kind and honest. People called him “Honest Abe”.

Lincoln became president in 1860. In 1861, there was a war between the
North and the South of the United States. The people in the South wanted
a separate government from the United States. The North wanted the
United States to stay together as one country. Lincoln was the leader of
the North. In the war, brother killed brother. The Civil War was four
years long.

The North won the Civil War. The war ended on April 9, 1865. Six days
later, President Lincoln and his wife went to the theatre. Inside the
theatre, a man went behind the president and shot him in the head. The
man’s name was John Wilkes Booth. He was a supporter of the South.
Lincoln died the next morning.

THOMAS ALVA EDISON

Thomas Alva Edison was born in 1847. He was sick a lot when he was
young. Edison’s mother taught him lessons at home and he only studied
the things he wanted to know. At the age of ten, he read his first
science book. After he read the book, he built a laboratory in his
house. Soon, Edison started to invent things. He was interested in the
telegraph and electricity. At the age of twenty-three, he made a special
telegraphic machine and sold it for a lot of money. With this money, he
was now free to invent all the time.

Edison started his own laboratory at Menio Park, New Jersey. He hired
mechanics and chemists to help him. He worked day and night. Once, he
worked on forty-five inventions at the same time. Edison did not sleep
very much, but he took naps. He often fell asleep with his clothes on.

Did you know Edison invented wax paper, fire alarms, the battery, and
motion pictures? But his favourite invention was the phonograph, or
record player. He invented the phonograph in 1876. His other famous
invention was the light bulb. Edison died in 1931, at the age of
eighty-four. He had over 1,300 inventions to his name! Many people say
that Edison was a genius – one of the smartest people in the world.

ERNEST HEMINGWAY

Ernest Hemingway is one of the greatest 20th-century American writers.
His incredible career, and the legend which developed around his
impressive personality, was that of a man of action, a devil-may-care
adventurer, a brave war correspondent, an amateur boxer, a big-game
hunter and deep-sea fisherman, the victim of three car accidents and two
plane crashes, a man of four wives and many loves, but above all a
brilliant writer of stories and novels.

Hemingway was born in 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois. His father was a
doctor who initiated the boy into the outdoor life of hunting, camping
and fishing. In high school Hemingway played football and wrote for the
school newspaper.

In 1917, when the United States entered the First World War, Hemingway
left home and schooling to become a young reporter for the Kansas City
Star. He wanted to enlist for the war but was rejected because of an eye
injury from football. Finally he managed to go to Europe as an ambulance
driver for the Red Cross. He joined the Italian army and was seriously
wounded.

His war experience and adventurous life provided the background for his
many short stories and novels. He achieved success with A Farewell to
Arms, the story of a love affair between an American lieutenant and an
English nurse during the First World War.

Hemingway actively supported the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War
and wrote another successful novel of war, love and death. It was For
Whom the Bell Tolls.

During the Second World War Hemingway was a war correspondent first in
China and then in Europe. He fought in France, and helped to liberate
Paris.

In his later years Hemingway lived mostly in Cuba where his passion for
deep-sea fishing provided the background for The Old Man and the Sea. He
was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1954.

Unwilling to live with the inevitable physical aging, Hemingway
committed suicide, as his father had done before him under similar
circumstances.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT

Theodore Roosevelt was the twenty-sixth president of the United States.
He was president from 1901 to 1909. He was a very intelligent man. He
was also very energetic. He was a boxer, a soldier, a rancher, and an
explorer.

This energetic man was not strong when he was a boy. He had some
problems with his breathing. He had asthma. His father wanted him to be
strong. Roosevelt learned to box and did many other sports. Soon
Roosevelt became strong and energetic.

After he became president, Roosevelt kept his body strong. He even boxed
in the White House. One day, another boxer hit him in the eye. After
that accident, Roosevelt became blind in one eye.

Theodore Roosevelt’s nickname was “Teddy”. Everybody called him Teddy.
When he was president, he often went hunting. One day he went hunting
with some friends and saw a little bear. He did not shoot the bear. He
said the bear was too small and must go free. The next day the story of
the little bear was in the newspapers. The newspapers named the little
bear “Teddy” after the president. Soon people called toy bears for
children “teddy bears”.

When he left the White House, Teddy Roosevelt went to hunt in Africa. He
then went to South America to explore places that nobody knew about.
Everybody loved his energy.

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