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In this passage I need to find the main idea and 3 supporting details.
You have probably gone on a merry-go-around. Theres one at most theme and carnivals. You find a painted horse or other animal. You climb up on its back.
Most of the animals are on the poles. The poles go up and down. The whole ride will go around while music plays.

A merry-go-round was the first kind
of amusement ride. It came before the Ferris wheel and roller coaster. England had at least one merry-go-round in 1729. The first merry-go-round came to America in 1799

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  1. the main idea is the merry-go round.

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