The word They in paragraph 4 refers to _______.
Knowledge: Reading Comprehension
From “They” in paragraph 4 refers to ………….
D. Bullying victim
For many outcomes, bully-victims often fare the worst on a variety of measures, but pure bullies also experience difficulties. They are at increased risk of subsequent mental health problems and are likely to encounter difficulty maintaining positive relationships as adults.
=> They = pure bullies
Translated: In many cases, it is often the victims of the bullies that suffer the worst, but the bullies themselves suffer as well. They are more likely to have mental health problems later on and are likely to have trouble maintaining positive relationships as adults.
Choose the answer C
The word “they” in paragraph 4 refers to “bully-victims”. Bully-victims are individuals who are both victims of bullying and bullies themselves.
Bullying is a serious issue that affects people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Bullying can take many forms, including physical, verbal, and cyberbullying. Bullies often target those who are perceived as different or vulnerable. Victims of bullying often feel helpless, isolated, and scared.
Unfortunately, not all victims of bullying remain passive. Some victims of bullying become bullies themselves, known as bully-victims. Bully-victims are individuals who have been victims of bullying but have also become bullies themselves. They may bully other victims of bullying in an attempt to gain power or control.
Bully-victims are often misunderstood, as they can be both victims of bullying and bullies themselves. It is important to recognize the signs of bully-victims and provide them with the support they need. Parents, teachers, and other adults in the community can help by educating children and teens about the dangers of bullying and providing resources for victims of bullying.
It is important to remember that bully-victims are in need of support and understanding. Victims of bullying should not be blamed for becoming bullies, as it is often a result of their own experiences. By providing resources and support for bully-victims, we can help to reduce the prevalence of bullying and create a more inclusive and safe environment for all.