1. Q: Where is this shirt?
A: It’s on an ironing board.
2. Q: Why is it there?
A: It has wrinkles in it.
A: It needs to be ironed.
3. Q: What is the thing called that gets wrinkles out of clothing?
A: It’s called an iron.
4. Q: How does an iron work?
A: First, the iron gets hot. Then a person applies the iron to the clothing or fabric. The heat and moisture from the iron removes the wrinkles.
5. Q: Is it always necessary to use an iron?
A: No. Some clothes don’t need to be ironed. Remove the clothing or the linens from the dryer or the clothesline immediately and then fold them.
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