Florida (L1)

Florida (L1)
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Florida es un estado de los Estados Unidos. Es famoso por su clima soleado, sus hermosas playas y sus muchos parques temáticos. Algunos de los animales que viven en Florida son los caimanes, los delfines y los flamencos. Florida también es conocido por sus naranjas y pomelos.

Florida es un estado de los Estados Unidos. Es famoso por su clima soleado, sus hermosas playas y sus muchos parques temáticos. Algunos de los animales que viven en Florida son los caimanes, los delfines y los flamencos. Florida también es conocido por sus naranjas y pomelos.
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Florida is a state in the United States. It is famous for its sunny weather, beautiful beaches, and many theme parks. Some of the animals that live in Florida are alligators, dolphins, and flamingos. Florida is also known for its oranges and grapefruits.

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Florida is a state in the United States. It is famous for its sunny weather, beautiful beaches, and many theme parks. Some of the animals that live in Florida are alligators, dolphins, and flamingos. Florida is also known for its oranges and grapefruits.

Florida es un *estado* de los Estados Unidos. Es famoso por su *clima* soleado, sus hermosas playas y sus muchos parques temáticos. Algunos de los *animales* que viven en Florida son los caimanes, los delfines y los flamencos. Florida también es conocido por sus *naranjas* y pomelos.

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