<poem> Miss Miller lived _ a church _ a small street _ a town. She did not have a car. _ Friday she always walked _ the bus stop, and then she went _ the market and bought food _ the next week. There were usually a lot _ people _ the bus, but Miss Miller always found a seat. One _ the houses _ the corner _ Miss Miller's street was empty _ a long time, but then a family came and lived _ it. There was a man and his wife and two children. The children went _ school _ the bus _ the morning. _ Friday Miss Miller went _ the house and visited the children's mother. She said _ her, “Good morning. My name's Jane Miller, and I live _ the church _ this street. I'm going _ the market now. Do you need any food?” “Good morning,” the woman said _ her visitor, “you're very kind. My name's Mary Adams. Yes, I need food _ my lunch today and _ our supper tonight. And I need some fish _ the cat. I don't know the way _ the market yet. Can I come _ you?” “Please do,” Jane answered. Mary put her coat _, and the two women went _ and walked along _ the bus stop. They waited there, and Jane said _ her new friend, “There's a bus _ five minutes _ ten. It's always full, but I get a seat.” “Oh? Is that easy?” Mary asked. Jane smiled and answered, “Wait and you'll see.” The bus came, and the two women got _. It was full, but Jane said, “Perhaps those two very handsome men will give us their seats.” Six men stood up quickly, and both the women went and sat down _ the nearest seats.
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