Student or Learner
Josh friend said he would like to give him a candy.
His friend give him the candy but get back before Josh get the candy from him.
Josh was trolled by his friend.
Josh was trapped by his friend.
Josh was fooled by his friend.
Which is more colloquial?
"Josh's friend offered him a candy but then he pulled his hand away before Josh could take the candy."
Josh's friend played a trick on him.
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