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You need to break this into smaller paragraphs, each with a single point in it. It starts off with a good statement, but become unfocused. Try a revise.Home versus house
While a house is often referred to as a home, the concept of a home is broader than a physical dwelling. A house is the most basic trait [wrong word - you need to find the right one! A trait is "a distinguishing feature of something or someone"] to provide a shelter, which is a place specially meant for protection. In the winter times [you do not need "times" with winter" - unless you are intending to use "wintertime"], the heater will be there to warm the house and will not let us to get cold. The heat of the summer is not a problem for a good house. The ideal dwelling definitely must have a dependable central air conditioner[[Very arguable in many regions of the world! Certainly not too much use in Siberia]. When the place [a country/a region] is abundant with tornadoes and hurricanes, a house must be a safe place to stay. Besides a [omit] shelter from weather, a house also provides sanctuary from the storms of life. No matter what the problem is, a house can provide a place for relax [to relax OR for relaxation] and for comfort. Besides a physical dwelling from a house, a home is attached with emotion and love [Needs rephrasing - the first part is illogical; the second part - a better verb than "attached" [joined to something] would be "filled"]. Nothing can be replaced by [replace] a home, and cannot be destroyed or neither repaired [what cannot be destroyed or repaired?]. As Anna Quindlen points out in Homeless, “Some seem to want something that is not available in shelters, and they will not compromise, not for a coat, or oatmeal, or a shower with special soap that kills the bugs”(131). People are not searching for a physical need but its [what does this refer to?] spiritual needs. A home cannot exist without a family. When happiness came [tense??] to the person, a home is a place to share the emotion. Certainly if the person is confronting [tense??] by the [omit] tragedy, a home also provide consulate[wrong word (this is a diplomatic building) - perhaps you meant to use "consolation for"] the heart. The atmospheres of love created by the family are such a treasure. Home also creates an individual’s identity, all learning from home, even before one’s start to go to school. A home is filling [tense??}with emotions and become attach [wrong word - find one that makes sense]. Because of this attachment, losing a home is one of the greatest tragedies in life.
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