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The Inauguration of a President



The Inauguration of a President

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     challenging words:    swearing-in, president-elect, elect, inaugural, president, date, capital, honor, ceremony, event, capitol, held, people, other, party, almost
     content words:    White House


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     Spanish: La toma de posesión de un presidente


The Inauguration of a President
By Brenda B. Covert
  

1     Every four years, Americans elect a president. Then there is an inauguration (in-ah-gyeh-RAY-shun). This event is almost always set on January 20, but if that date is on Sunday, the ceremonies take place on January 21. It is almost like a party for the president! The event is held in Washington, D.C. That is our nation's capital. First there is a swearing-in ceremony. That is when the president-elect becomes our president. Later that .....
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