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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