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    5 lines on ideal house for second class child

    5 lines on ideal house for second class child

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    Re: 5 lines on ideal house for second class child

    Good heavens: I hope you didn't mean "second class child", which would mean a child belonging to an inferior class. I hope you meant "a child in the second class (at school!)". Characteristics of such a house would include:

    Harmonious
    Affectionate
    Not necessarily prosperous, but at least not poor

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    Re: 5 lines on ideal house for second class child

    Welcome to the forum, Honey.

    We need you to ask a question, properly punctuated — not just post a series of words and expect us to guess what you want.

    My guess is that you want us to do your homework. I'm sorry, but we don't do that.

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