I'm inserting a word above a between-word space and a symbol below the same space (to imitate a teacher's correction). I'm using pdflatex and adapted this answer:





Film \labelit{magic}{\quad\quad\textit{never}}\labeldown{}{$\land $} lost in translation.


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Something like this?


      \itshape\sffamily #1 \\[0.75ex]



A line above the one with the correction.

Film magic \corr{never} lost in translation.

A line below the one with the correction.


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