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     English: Rolling Along
     French: Le Patinage à Roulettes
     Italian: Andando a rotelle
     German: Dahin rollen

 

Rodando
By Jody Williams
Translation by Erin M. McCracken
  

1     ¿Qué es un patín? Es un zapato o una bota. Tiene dos o cuatro ruedas. Una persona puede patinar sobre una superficie dura.
 
2     El patín de ruedas se inventó en los años 1700. Se hizo en Holanda. Un hombre quería ir a patinar sobre hielo en el verano. Usó carretes de madera. Los clavó a trozos de madera. Los ató a sus zapatos. Se llamaban -skeelers.
 
3     En el año 1760, Joseph Merlin creó un patín de ruedas nuevo. Hizo herramientas. Fue un inventor. Sus patines de ruedas tenían ruedas de metal.

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