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Peanuts Comic Strip

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Uncorrected Text

From the first day the peanuts comic strip appear in newspapers, the antics of Charlie Brown and his dog, snoopy had readers in stitches. Created by Charles M Schulz, the strip first appeared in October 1950. Other Peanuts characters included Linus Lucy, and Sally. In the strip, when ever things went rong, Charlie's response was, Good grief!" When Schulz died in February 2000 many wondered if Charlie would ever kick the football.

Answer Key

From the first day the Peanuts comic strip appeared in newspapers, the antics of Charlie Brown and his dog, Snoopy, had readers in stitches. Created by Charles M. Schulz, the strip first appeared in October 1950. Other Peanuts characters included Linus, Lucy, and Sally. In the strip, whenever things went wrong, Charlie's response was, "Good grief!" When Schulz died in February 2000, many wondered if Charlie would ever kick the football.

Note: Some students might choose to remove the comma after the word dog, so the sentence would read...
From the first day the Peanuts comic strip appeared in newspapers, the antics of Charlie Brown and his dog Snoopy had readers in stitches.
That would not be incorrect.

 

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