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Trust - Are You Trustworthy?



Trust - Are You Trustworthy?

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     challenging words:    responsibility, trustworthy, trust, folder, able, sticking, homework, also, honest, often, when, sure, believe, while, rely, piece


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Trust - Are You Trustworthy?
By Mary Perrin
  

1     Trust is when others are able to believe in you. You can be trusted when you are honest. You can be trusted when you are responsible, too. Your parents, teachers, and friends want to be able to trust you. Pretend you want to go outside to play after school. Your parents ask you if you have your homework finished. You tell them that your homework is done. You head outside to play with your friends. Your parents see a piece of paper sticking out of a folder in your backpack while you are playing. You come inside from playing. Your parents have an upset look on their faces. They know you were .....
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