Currently, to my knowledge, nobody has discovered a monopole (magnet with a single pole), although this is something that is predicted by super string theory and the grand unification theory. So for now, in your everyday life, it is safe to say that a magnet always has two poles.
one of them hyas copper in it's name >:D
'Magnet was first found one island named magnetia in Greece
A TV has a magnet/s
Well, to keep a picture or a report card, regular letter and all that stuff on a fridge
One example of magnetic force that used in your every day life is fridge magnet. A fridge magnet can stick to the fridge door because of this force.
One is a can opener.
There are things (I can't remember their name) that face in one direction on a magnet. When these face in different directions the magnet gradually loses force
One of the elements to make water or H2o.
to entertain one and give an escape to the everyday feeling of life.
Iron Ore is one and most likely the only one.