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Once upon a time a Dog used to go into the stable where the king's Elephant lived. At first, the Dog went there to get the food that was left after the Elephant had finished eating.

Day after day, the Dog went to the stable, waiting around for leftover to eat. As time passed by the Elephant and the Dog became great friends. Then the Elephant began to share his food with the Dog, and they ate together. When the Elephant slept, his friend the Dog slept beside him. When the Elephant felt like playing, he would catch the Dog in his trunk and swing him to and fro. Neither the Dog nor the Elephant was quite happy unless the other was nearby.

One day a farmer saw the Dog and said to the Elephant-keeper: "I will buy that Dog. He looks well mannered, and I see that he is smart. How much do you want for the Dog?"

The Elephant-keeper did not care for the Dog, and he did want some money just then. So he asked a fair price, and the farmer paid it and took the Dog away to the country.
The king's Elephant missed the Dog and did not care to eat when his friend was not there to share the food. When the time came for the Elephant to bathe, he would not bathe. The next day again the Elephant would not eat, and he would not bathe. The third day, when the Elephant would neither eat nor bathe, the king was told about it.

Question 1
Find an appropriate title for the above story.
A. The Friendly DogB. The Elephant and the Dog
C. The Farmer and the DogD. The Lonely Dog
Question 2
Why did the Dog go to the stable in the beginning?
A. To search for a dog-boneB. To chat with the Elephant
C. To eat the left-over foodD. To play with the Elephant
Question 3
Who are the main characters of the above story?
A. The Elephant and the FarmerB. The Dog and the King
C. The King and the FarmerD. The Dog and the Elephant
Question 4
Which of the following is NOT true?
A. The Elephant missed the Dog.B. The Elephant-keeper did not care for the Dog.
C. The Dog did not care for the Elephant.D. The farmer took the Dog away to the country.
Question 5
What did the farmer think about the Dog?
A. The Dog was smart and well mannered.B. The Dog was a fast runner.
C. The Dog was dumb and lazy.D. The Dog was shy.
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Two Deer named Beauty and Brownie lived with their father and mother and great herds of Deer in a forest. One day their father called them to him and said: "The Deer in the forest are always in danger when the corn is ripening in the fields. It will be best for you to go away for a while, and you must each take your own herd of Deer with you."
"What is the danger, Father?" they asked.
"When the Deer go into the fields to eat the corn they get caught in the traps the men set there," the father said. "Many Deer are caught in these traps every year."
"Shall you go away with us?" Brownie said.
"No, your mother and I, and some of the other old Deer will stay here in the forest," said the father. "There will be food enough for us, but there is not enough for you and your herds. You must lead your herds up into the high hills where there is plenty of food for you, and stay there until the crops are all cut. Then you can bring your herds back here. But you must be careful.

"You must travel by night, because the hunters will see you if you go by day. And you must not take your herd near the villages where hunters live."

Question 6
Who were Beauty and Brownie?
A. HuntersB. Corns
C. ElephantsD. Deer
Question 7
Who did Beauty and Brownie live with?
A. With their grandparents in the corn fields.B. Their father, mother and herds of Deer.
C. With their grandparents in a forest.D. With other animals in the forest.
Question 8
What was the danger for the Deer?
A. The huntersB. The Lion
C. The WolfD. The Poisonous corns
Question 9
What does the word "plenty" mean?
A. very littleB. scary
C. safeD. enough
Question 10
Why did the father ask Beauty and Brownie not to take their herd near the villages?
A. because hunters lived in the villages.B. because it was very dark in the villages.
C. because there was no food in the villages.D. because there was no corn fields in the villages.
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