# english(easy!) my mind cant decide :(

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what is the setting for Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarf?

• English -

First in a castle

Later in a little house in the woods

What else can you think of?

• english(easy!) my mind cant decide :( -

didn't she stay in with the Queen in the beginning?

• English -

in the castle, yes

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