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They’re not our kids, of course. But they might as well be. Gale’s two little brothers and a sister. Prim. And you may as well throw in our mothers, too, because how would they live without us? Who would fill those mouths that are always asking for more? (Collins, ch. 1)

What does the above quote reveal about how Katniss and Gale feel about their mothers?


Katniss and Gale wish they had different mothers.


Katniss and Gale overestimate their own roles in supporting their families.


Katniss and Gale are angry about all the chores they have to do.


Katniss and Gale feel like they are filling the “parent” roles in their families.


Katniss and Gale don’t understand why their mothers demand that they hunt so much food.

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