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1. Was he ___ing? Were tears coming from his eyes? Did someone hurt him? Did someone make him ___?
4. If some___ pushes you ___ time, should you push him back ___ or two times?
5. A. What grade are you in? B. I'm in the ___ grade. Next year I'll be in the second grade.
6. You must ___ up for yourself. You can't sit down. You can't lie down. ___ tall.
8. You can't run and ___ from someone. You can't ___ forever. You have to come out and face that person.
10. In the U.S., students go to school from first ___ through 12th ___.
11. If he pushes you, then you must push ___ back.
12. You must ___ to fight your own battles. I cannot teach you how to fight your battles.
15. Sometimes it's easier to pull something than to ___ something.
16. Kids usually start going to ___ when they're six or seven years old. They start ___ in the first grade.
17. A. How many ___s did he push you? B. He pushed me three ___s.
18. You can't wait till later; you must do it right ___. It's ___ or never.
19. If you don't ___ your own battles, who will? You can't run and hide; you must learn to be a ___er. ___ back.


2. Did he ___ away from the bully as fast as he could? Did he hide from the bully?
3. A ___ is a small fight; a war is a big fight. There are usually many ___s during one war.
4. A. Can I borrow your pen? B. Why don't you buy your ___ pen? Then you won't have to borrow mine.
7. A square has four sides. A triangle has ___ sides.
8. He came ___ from school. He was crying. Someone at school had pushed him.
9. His mom wasn't home, but his ___ was.
11. I must stand up for myself. She must stand up for herself. He must stand up for ___.
12. He wanted his dad to teach Johnny a ___. He wanted his dad to push Johnny back.
13. If you run now as a young boy, you'll run for the ___ of your life. You'll never stop running.
14. Can anyone ___ fight your battles? No, you must fight them by yourself.