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Game

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Tug-of-war is a popular game
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Tug-of-war is a popular game

Games are played for fun and enjoyment. One person can play a game, or many people can play a game.

A game usually has rules telling what to do and what not to do. People follow these rules in a game. In a game, one person can win and another can lose. Or they both can win, or they both can lose. Where there is no winner and no loser, it is often called a drawn game or a tied game.

Some games are:

When you need to be strong or fast, or you need to be able to do other kinds of physical things, like jumping, to be good at a game, that game is called a sport.

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