Rabu, 15 Februari 2012

Narrative Text ::: The Lion And The Mouse :::

One day a Lion was sleeping in the meadow. When a little mouse came along and ran up and down over his face. This awakened the lion and made very angry.
He put his paw over the mouse and said, "What do you mean by waking me? You shall pay for this," and he opened his big mouth to swallow the mouse.
"Oh, do not kill me, Mr. Lion!" squealed the mouse. "I did not mean to waken you. Do let me go and I will never trouble you again."
"No, I will not let you go," roared the lion.
"Please do," cried the frightened mouse. "If you will let me go perhaps I can do something for you sometime."
This made the lion laugh. "You do something for me ," he said. "What a joke! Well, you are such a little fellow that I will let you go this time, but never let me see you about here again," and he lifted his paw.
As the little mouse scampered off, he said, "Thank you Mr. lion, I shall not forget your kindness."
Some time after this the lion was caught in a trap.
The lion roared so loud that the ground shook. The little mouse heard him.
"That lion is in trouble," he said. "I will see what I can do to help him," and he ran to the lion.
When the mouse saw that the lion was tied with ropes, he said, "Cheer up, Mr. Lion. Be quiet and I will set you free," and he began gnawing the ropes.
He worked long and hard and at last the lion was free.
“Thanks be your help, I owe to you” said the mouse with happy
“No problem, Mr. Lion” said the Lion to the Mouse. Finally in the story is the Lion and the Mouse can be a good friend.

Moral Value ::: Little friends may prove a good friend

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