The Go-kart by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta

pull /pʊl/ ●●● S1 W1 verb
MOVE SOMETHING TOWARDS YOU [intransitive, transitive] to use your hands to make something or someone move towards you or in the direction that your hands are moving OPP push

   • Mom! Davey’s pulling my hair!
   • He pulled her down into her seat.

push /pʊʃ/ ●●● S1 W1 verb
 MOVE [intransitive, transitive] to make someone or something move by pressing them with your hands, arms etc OPP pull

• It didn’t move, so she pushed harder.• She pushed him away.

fight /faɪt/ ●●● S1 W1 verb (past tense and past participle fought /fɔːt $ fɒːt/)
HIT PEOPLE [intransitive, transitive] if someone fights another person, or if two people fight, they hit and kick the other person in order to hurt them

Two guys were fighting with each other in the street.
• They were fighting over a girl.

- Dad made a go-kart.

- Biff wanted the go-kart.

Chip wanted the go-kart.

Biff wanted a go.

Chip wanted a go.

Biff push.

Chip pulled.

They had a fight.

- “Stop it” said Dad.

Stop it” said Mum.

Dad put the go-kart away.

Oh no!

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