9 - Narrative Text Quiz

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1.  The Wolf and the Goat A wolf saw a goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff. The wolf smacked his lips at the thought of a fine goat dinner. “My dear friend,” said the wolf in his sweetest voice. “Aren’t you afraid you will fall down from that cliff? Come down here and graze on this fine grass beside me on safe, level ground.” “No, thank you,” said the goat. “Well then,” said the wolf, “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind? You would be warmer grazing down here beside me in this sheltered area.” “No, thank you,” said the goat. “But the grass tastes better down here!” said the exasperated wolf. “Why dine alone?” “My dear wolf,” the goat finally said, “Are you quite sure that it is my dinner you are worrying about and not your own?” (P12.19-22.UN.0809)  What did the wolf ask when he saw the goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff?
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2.  The Wolf and the GoatA wolf saw a goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff. The wolf smacked his lips at the thought of a fine goat dinner.“My dear friend,” said the wolf in his sweetest voice. “Aren’t you afraid you will fall down from that cliff? Come down here and graze on this fine grass beside me on safe, level ground.”“No, thank you,” said the goat.“Well then,” said the wolf, “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind? You would be warmer grazing down here beside me in this sheltered area.”“No, thank you,” said the goat.“But the grass tastes better down here!” said the exasperated wolf. “Why dine alone?”“My dear wolf,” the goat finally said, “Are you quite sure that it is my dinner you are worrying about and not your own?”(P12.19-22.UN.0809) “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind?” The word there refers to …
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3.  The Wolf and the GoatA wolf saw a goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff. The wolf smacked his lips at the thought of a fine goat dinner.“My dear friend,” said the wolf in his sweetest voice. “Aren’t you afraid you will fall down from that cliff? Come down here and graze on this fine grass beside me on safe, level ground.”“No, thank you,” said the goat.“Well then,” said the wolf, “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind? You would be warmer grazing down here beside me in this sheltered area.”“No, thank you,” said the goat.“But the grass tastes better down here!” said the exasperated wolf. “Why dine alone?”“My dear wolf,” the goat finally said, “Are you quite sure that it is my dinner you are worrying about and not your own?”(P12.19-22.UN.0809) What can we learn from the story above?
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4.  The Wolf and the GoatA wolf saw a goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff. The wolf smacked his lips at the thought of a fine goat dinner.“My dear friend,” said the wolf in his sweetest voice. “Aren’t you afraid you will fall down from that cliff? Come down here and graze on this fine grass beside me on safe, level ground.”“No, thank you,” said the goat.“Well then,” said the wolf, “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind? You would be warmer grazing down here beside me in this sheltered area.”“No, thank you,” said the goat.“But the grass tastes better down here!” said the exasperated wolf. “Why dine alone?”“My dear wolf,” the goat finally said, “Are you quite sure that it is my dinner you are worrying about and not your own?”(P12.19-22.UN.0809) From the story we know ...
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5.  The Tortoise and the Hare Once there was a speedy hare who bragged about how fas he could run. Tired of hearing him boast, the tortoise which was slow and steady challenged him to a race. All the animal in foresr gathered to watch. Hare rab down the road for a while and then paused to rest. He look back at slow and steady and cried out, “How do you expect to win this race when you are walking along at your slow, slow race?” Hare stretched himself out alongside the road and fell asleep, thinking, “There is plenty of time to relax. The animals who were watching cheered so loudly for tortoise that they woke up Hare. Hare stretched and yawneed and began to run again, but it was too late. Tortoise was over the line. After that, Hare always reminded himself, “Don’t brag about your lightning pace, for slow and steady won the race!” (P70.19-22.UN.0809) What made the hare wake up from her sleeping?
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6.  The Tortoise and the HareOnce there was a speedy hare who bragged about how fas he could run. Tired of hearing him boast, the tortoise which was slow and steady challenged him to a race. All the animal in foresr gathered to watch.Hare rab down the road for a while and then paused to rest. He look back at slow and steady and cried out, “How do you expect to win this race when you are walking along at your slow, slow race?”Hare stretched himself out alongside the road and fell asleep, thinking, “There is plenty of time to relax.The animals who were watching cheered so loudly for tortoise that they woke up Hare.Hare stretched and yawneed and began to run again, but it was too late. Tortoise was over the line.After that, Hare always reminded himself, “Don’t brag about your lightning pace, for slow and steady won the race!”(P70.19-22.UN.0809)“… slow and steady challenged him to a race.” (Paragraph 1)The word “him” refers to …
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7.  The Tortoise and the HareOnce there was a speedy hare who bragged about how fas he could run. Tired of hearing him boast, the tortoise which was slow and steady challenged him to a race. All the animal in foresr gathered to watch.Hare rab down the road for a while and then paused to rest. He look back at slow and steady and cried out, “How do you expect to win this race when you are walking along at your slow, slow race?”Hare stretched himself out alongside the road and fell asleep, thinking, “There is plenty of time to relax.The animals who were watching cheered so loudly for tortoise that they woke up Hare.Hare stretched and yawneed and began to run again, but it was too late. Tortoise was over the line.After that, Hare always reminded himself, “Don’t brag about your lightning pace, for slow and steady won the race!”(P70.19-22.UN.0809)What can you learn from the story?
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8.  The Tortoise and the HareOnce there was a speedy hare who bragged about how fas he could run. Tired of hearing him boast, the tortoise which was slow and steady challenged him to a race. All the animal in foresr gathered to watch.Hare rab down the road for a while and then paused to rest. He look back at slow and steady and cried out, “How do you expect to win this race when you are walking along at your slow, slow race?”Hare stretched himself out alongside the road and fell asleep, thinking, “There is plenty of time to relax.The animals who were watching cheered so loudly for tortoise that they woke up Hare.Hare stretched and yawneed and began to run again, but it was too late. Tortoise was over the line.After that, Hare always reminded himself, “Don’t brag about your lightning pace, for slow and steady won the race!”(P70.19-22.UN.0809)From the text we can conclude that the hare’s characters were …
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9.  Long ago in the Never land, there lived a very beautiful princess, Snow White. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die. Snow White knew about the evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made friends with seven dwarfs. The queen turned into a witch. Snow White did not realize it. The witch gave her a poisoned apple. As a result, now White was put into sleep for years. Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after. (TO.UN.29-34.0910) The text above tells us about …  The text above tells us about …
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10.  Long ago in the Never land, there lived a very beautiful princess, Snow White. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die.Snow White knew about the evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made friends with seven dwarfs.The queen turned into a witch. Snow White did not realize it. The witch gave her a poisoned apple. As a result, now White was put into sleep for years.Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after.(TO.UN.29-34.0910)The idea of Snow White knew the Queen’s plan is found in paragraph ...
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11.  Long ago in the Never land, there lived a very beautiful princess, Snow White. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die.Snow White knew about the evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made friends with seven dwarfs.The queen turned into a witch. Snow White did not realize it. The witch gave her a poisoned apple. As a result, now White was put into sleep for years.Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after.(TO.UN.29-34.0910)Why did the queen want Snow White die? Because ...
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12.  Long ago in the Never land, there lived a very beautiful princess, Snow White. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die.Snow White knew about the evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made friends with seven dwarfs.The queen turned into a witch. Snow White did not realize it. The witch gave her a poisoned apple. As a result, now White was put into sleep for years.Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after.(TO.UN.29-34.0910)What happened when Snow white ate the apple?
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13.  Long ago in the Never land, there lived a very beautiful princess, Snow White. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die.Snow White knew about the evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made friends with seven dwarfs.The queen turned into a witch. Snow White did not realize it. The witch gave her a poisoned apple. As a result, now White was put into sleep for years.Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after.(TO.UN.29-34.0910)“Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss.What does the underlined word mean?
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14.  Long ago in the Never land, there lived a very beautiful princess, Snow White. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die.Snow White knew about the evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made friends with seven dwarfs.The queen turned into a witch. Snow White did not realize it. The witch gave her a poisoned apple. As a result, now White was put into sleep for years.Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after.(TO.UN.29-34.0910)“They lived together happily ever after.”The word “They” refers to ...
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15.  The Old Grandfather and His Grandson Once upon a time there was a very old grandfather. His eyes were almost blind, his ears were deaf, and his knees shook. When he sat at the table, he could not hold a spoon strongly. He spilled soup on the tablecloth. Besides this, some of his soup would run back out of his mouth. His son and his son's wife were annoyed by this. Finally, they made the old grandfather sit in the corner behind the stove. They gave him not enough food in a clay bowl. He sat there and looked sadly at the table. He was almost crying. One day the old grandfather could not hold the bowl because his hands were too weak. The bowl fell to the ground and broke. The woman scolded. However, the old grandfather did not say anything. He could only cry. Then, they bought him a wooden bowl and made him eat from it. Once when they were all sitting there, the four year old grandson put some pieces of wood together on the floor. His father asked him what he was doing. The little grandson said that he was making a little trough for his father and mother to eat from when he was big." The man and the woman looked at one another. They began to cry. They brought the old grandfather to the table immediately. Since then, they always let him eat there. If he spilled a little, they did not say anything. (TO.UN.29-33.0910) The purpose of text is … 
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16.  The Old Grandfather and His GrandsonOnce upon a time there was a very old grandfather. His eyes were almost blind, his ears were deaf, and his knees shook. When he sat at the table, he could not hold a spoon strongly. He spilled soup on the tablecloth. Besides this, some of his soup would run back out of his mouth.His son and his son's wife were annoyed by this. Finally, they made the old grandfather sit in the corner behind the stove. They gave him not enough food in a clay bowl. He sat there and looked sadly at the table. He was almost crying.One day the old grandfather could not hold the bowl because his hands were too weak. The bowl fell to the ground and broke. The woman scolded. However, the old grandfather did not say anything. He could only cry. Then, they bought him a wooden bowl and made him eat from it.Once when they were all sitting there, the four year old grandson put some pieces of wood together on the floor. His father asked him what he was doing. The little grandson said that he was making a little trough for his father and mother to eat from when he was big."The man and the woman looked at one another. They began to cry. They brought the old grandfather to the table immediately. Since then, they always let him eat there. If he spilled a little, they did not say anything.(TO.UN.29-33.0910)How did the old grandfather’s son and his son’s wife treat him?
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17.  The Old Grandfather and His GrandsonOnce upon a time there was a very old grandfather. His eyes were almost blind, his ears were deaf, and his knees shook. When he sat at the table, he could not hold a spoon strongly. He spilled soup on the tablecloth. Besides this, some of his soup would run back out of his mouth.His son and his son's wife were annoyed by this. Finally, they made the old grandfather sit in the corner behind the stove. They gave him not enough food in a clay bowl. He sat there and looked sadly at the table. He was almost crying.One day the old grandfather could not hold the bowl because his hands were too weak. The bowl fell to the ground and broke. The woman scolded. However, the old grandfather did not say anything. He could only cry. Then, they bought him a wooden bowl and made him eat from it.Once when they were all sitting there, the four year old grandson put some pieces of wood together on the floor. His father asked him what he was doing. The little grandson said that he was making a little trough for his father and mother to eat from when he was big."The man and the woman looked at one another. They began to cry. They brought the old grandfather to the table immediately. Since then, they always let him eat there. If he spilled a little, they did not say anything.(TO.UN.29-33.0910)What did the old grandfather’s son and his son’s wife do after they realized their mistakes?
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18.  The Old Grandfather and His GrandsonOnce upon a time there was a very old grandfather. His eyes were almost blind, his ears were deaf, and his knees shook. When he sat at the table, he could not hold a spoon strongly. He spilled soup on the tablecloth. Besides this, some of his soup would run back out of his mouth.His son and his son's wife were annoyed by this. Finally, they made the old grandfather sit in the corner behind the stove. They gave him not enough food in a clay bowl. He sat there and looked sadly at the table. He was almost crying.One day the old grandfather could not hold the bowl because his hands were too weak. The bowl fell to the ground and broke. The woman scolded. However, the old grandfather did not say anything. He could only cry. Then, they bought him a wooden bowl and made him eat from it.Once when they were all sitting there, the four year old grandson put some pieces of wood together on the floor. His father asked him what he was doing. The little grandson said that he was making a little trough for his father and mother to eat from when he was big."The man and the woman looked at one another. They began to cry. They brought the old grandfather to the table immediately. Since then, they always let him eat there. If he spilled a little, they did not say anything.(TO.UN.29-33.0910)What does the word “they” in paragraph 5 sentence 2 refer to?
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19.  The Old Grandfather and His GrandsonOnce upon a time there was a very old grandfather. His eyes were almost blind, his ears were deaf, and his knees shook. When he sat at the table, he could not hold a spoon strongly. He spilled soup on the tablecloth. Besides this, some of his soup would run back out of his mouth.His son and his son's wife were annoyed by this. Finally, they made the old grandfather sit in the corner behind the stove. They gave him not enough food in a clay bowl. He sat there and looked sadly at the table. He was almost crying.One day the old grandfather could not hold the bowl because his hands were too weak. The bowl fell to the ground and broke. The woman scolded. However, the old grandfather did not say anything. He could only cry. Then, they bought him a wooden bowl and made him eat from it.Once when they were all sitting there, the four year old grandson put some pieces of wood together on the floor. His father asked him what he was doing. The little grandson said that he was making a little trough for his father and mother to eat from when he was big."The man and the woman looked at one another. They began to cry. They brought the old grandfather to the table immediately. Since then, they always let him eat there. If he spilled a little, they did not say anything.(TO.UN.29-33.0910)Which of the following words is the synonym of “enough”?
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20.  The Lamb and the Wolf One day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when he chanced to see a lamb, also drinking, at some distance down the stream. Outraged, he growled, "You are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you." The lamb protested, "But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther downstream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am." "Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you." So saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him. (P.27-29.UN.0607)  Where did the story happen? 
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21.  The Lamb and the WolfOne day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when he chanced to see a lamb, also drinking, at some distance down the stream.Outraged, he growled, "You are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you."The lamb protested, "But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther downstream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am.""Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you." So saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him.(P.27-29.UN.0607)The following facts made the wolf get angry with the lamb, except ...
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22.  The Lamb and the WolfOne day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when he chanced to see a lamb, also drinking, at some distance down the stream.Outraged, he growled, "You are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you."The lamb protested, "But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther downstream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am.""Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you." So saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him.(P.27-29.UN.0607)We can learn from the story that ...
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23.  Once there lived a rich king. His name was Midas. However he was not happy because he wanted to be the richest king all around the world. One day as Midas sat on his throne; his servant came to him with an old man. “Master,” said the servant. ”We have found this person around your orchard. He’s Silenus, the friend of the god Bacchus.” Midas had an idea. He welcomed the old man as his guest for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Midas took Silenus back to the god Bacchus. Bacchus was very happy to see his lost friend. He said to Midas,” I will grant you any wish you make.” Midas was very happy. Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold. On his return to his place, Midas tried out his new power. Everything he touched, it became gold. Then, he went for a walk in the garden. His children ran up to him. Without thinking he touched his children and instantly they turned into little gold statues. Midas cried. He hurried to Bacchus. Bacchus felt sorry for Midas and ordered him to go to the River Pactolus and wash his hands in its water. This would take away the golden touch. Midas had found out that all gold in the world did not bring any happiness. (Pred.UN.0708)  The purpose of the text is …
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24.  Once there lived a rich king. His name was Midas. However he was not happy because he wanted to be the richest king all around the world.One day as Midas sat on his throne; his servant came to him with an old man.“Master,” said the servant. ”We have found this person around your orchard. He’s Silenus, the friend of the god Bacchus.”Midas had an idea. He welcomed the old man as his guest for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Midas took Silenus back to the god Bacchus. Bacchus was very happy to see his lost friend. He said to Midas,” I will grant you any wish you make.”Midas was very happy. Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold. On his return to his place, Midas tried out his new power. Everything he touched, it became gold. Then, he went for a walk in the garden. His children ran up to him. Without thinking he touched his children and instantly they turned into little gold statues. Midas cried. He hurried to Bacchus. Bacchus felt sorry for Midas and ordered him to go to the River Pactolus and wash his hands in its water. This would take away the golden touch.Midas had found out that all gold in the world did not bring any happiness.(Pred.UN.0708)Why did Bacchus give everything that Midas wished?
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25.  Once there lived a rich king. His name was Midas. However he was not happy because he wanted to be the richest king all around the world.One day as Midas sat on his throne; his servant came to him with an old man.“Master,” said the servant. ”We have found this person around your orchard. He’s Silenus, the friend of the god Bacchus.”Midas had an idea. He welcomed the old man as his guest for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Midas took Silenus back to the god Bacchus. Bacchus was very happy to see his lost friend. He said to Midas,” I will grant you any wish you make.”Midas was very happy. Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold. On his return to his place, Midas tried out his new power. Everything he touched, it became gold. Then, he went for a walk in the garden. His children ran up to him. Without thinking he touched his children and instantly they turned into little gold statues. Midas cried. He hurried to Bacchus. Bacchus felt sorry for Midas and ordered him to go to the River Pactolus and wash his hands in its water. This would take away the golden touch.Midas had found out that all gold in the world did not bring any happiness.(Pred.UN.0708)Bacchus told Midas how to get rid of the golden touch. Based on the text, this statement is called . . . .
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26.  Once there lived a rich king. His name was Midas. However he was not happy because he wanted to be the richest king all around the world.One day as Midas sat on his throne; his servant came to him with an old man.“Master,” said the servant. ”We have found this person around your orchard. He’s Silenus, the friend of the god Bacchus.”Midas had an idea. He welcomed the old man as his guest for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Midas took Silenus back to the god Bacchus. Bacchus was very happy to see his lost friend. He said to Midas,” I will grant you any wish you make.”Midas was very happy. Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold. On his return to his place, Midas tried out his new power. Everything he touched, it became gold. Then, he went for a walk in the garden. His children ran up to him. Without thinking he touched his children and instantly they turned into little gold statues. Midas cried. He hurried to Bacchus. Bacchus felt sorry for Midas and ordered him to go to the River Pactolus and wash his hands in its water. This would take away the golden touch.Midas had found out that all gold in the world did not bring any happiness.(Pred.UN.0708)What is moral value of the story?
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27.  Once there lived a rich king. His name was Midas. However he was not happy because he wanted to be the richest king all around the world.One day as Midas sat on his throne; his servant came to him with an old man.“Master,” said the servant. ”We have found this person around your orchard. He’s Silenus, the friend of the god Bacchus.”Midas had an idea. He welcomed the old man as his guest for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Midas took Silenus back to the god Bacchus. Bacchus was very happy to see his lost friend. He said to Midas,” I will grant you any wish you make.”Midas was very happy. Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold. On his return to his place, Midas tried out his new power. Everything he touched, it became gold. Then, he went for a walk in the garden. His children ran up to him. Without thinking he touched his children and instantly they turned into little gold statues. Midas cried. He hurried to Bacchus. Bacchus felt sorry for Midas and ordered him to go to the River Pactolus and wash his hands in its water. This would take away the golden touch.Midas had found out that all gold in the world did not bring any happiness.(Pred.UN.0708)“Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold” (Paragraph 5)The underlined word refers to…
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28.  A shepherd took his sheep out to pasture, but when it was time to return to the sheep pen, he found that some wild goat had become mixed up with his flock. Nonetheless, he was very pleased that the flock had grown by itself, and he closed the goats into the pen along with the sheep. The next day was rainy. And the shepherd decided to go out. He gave his sheep only small handful of food, while he gave much bigger rations to the goats. He thought that if he treated them well, they would stay with him. In spite of this, as soon as the shepherd opened the gate, the goats ran out and he was unable to catch the again. “Ungrateful beasts,” shouted the shepherd after them, “I treated you better than the other!” “That’s why we’re going,” answered one of the goats. If you prefer us new animals to your sheep, how will you treat us if you find some more animals in your flock?” So do not be too happy if someone shows you that they prefer you to their old friends, you too will soon be an old friend and could be replaced just as easily. (P12.19-22.UN.0708)  The text tells you about a shepherd, his sheep and …
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29.  A shepherd took his sheep out to pasture, but when it was time to return to the sheep pen, he found that some wild goat had become mixed up with his flock. Nonetheless, he was very pleased that the flock had grown by itself, and he closed the goats into the pen along with the sheep.The next day was rainy. And the shepherd decided to go out. He gave his sheep only small handful of food, while he gave much bigger rations to the goats. He thought that if he treated them well, they would stay with him. In spite of this, as soon as the shepherd opened the gate, the goats ran out and he was unable to catch the again.“Ungrateful beasts,” shouted the shepherd after them, “I treated you better than the other!”“That’s why we’re going,” answered one of the goats. If you prefer us new animals to your sheep, how will you treat us if you find some more animals in your flock?”So do not be too happy if someone shows you that they prefer you to their old friends, you too will soon be an old friend and could be replaced just as easily.(P12.19-22.UN.0708)Why was shepherd happy one day?
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30.  A shepherd took his sheep out to pasture, but when it was time to return to the sheep pen, he found that some wild goat had become mixed up with his flock. Nonetheless, he was very pleased that the flock had grown by itself, and he closed the goats into the pen along with the sheep.The next day was rainy. And the shepherd decided to go out. He gave his sheep only small handful of food, while he gave much bigger rations to the goats. He thought that if he treated them well, they would stay with him. In spite of this, as soon as the shepherd opened the gate, the goats ran out and he was unable to catch the again.“Ungrateful beasts,” shouted the shepherd after them, “I treated you better than the other!”“That’s why we’re going,” answered one of the goats. If you prefer us new animals to your sheep, how will you treat us if you find some more animals in your flock?”So do not be too happy if someone shows you that they prefer you to their old friends, you too will soon be an old friend and could be replaced just as easily.(P12.19-22.UN.0708)Which is the moral value you can learn from the story?
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