- The second, she doesn’t have this type of bag as much as I know, although my knowledge about her belongings is little.
- Secondly, she doesn’t have this type of bag as far as I know, although my knowledge about her belongings is not great/negligible/scant.
- You can't say 'the second' but you could say 'the second reason' Remember in English it's fairly rare that you can drop the subject or object of a sentence. You could have said 'although I have little knowledge about her belongings' but it sounds better to just put an adjective at the end.
- We couldn’t expect current situation at that time.
- We couldn’t have expected this current situation to happen at that time back then.
- This sentence could also have been written in different ways: 1. "We had no way of knowing this would happen, then." 2. "We could not have expected back then for this situation to occur at the time." 3. "Back then as teenagers, we could not have expected this situation in the future."
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