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The Slave and the Lion

A slave ran away from his master, by whom he had been most cruelly treated, and, in order to avoid capture, he took himself into the forest. As he wandered about in search of food and shelter, he came to a cave, which he entered and found to by unoccupied.
Really, however, it was a lion's den, and almost immediately, to the horror of the wretched fugitive, the lion himself appeared. The man gave himself up for lost. But, to his utter astonishment, the lion, instead of jumping upon him, came and fawned upon him, at the same time whining and lifting up his paw. Observing it to be much swollen and inflamed, he examined it and found a large thorn embedded in the ball of the foot. He accordingly removed it and dressed the wound as well as he could. And in course of time it healed up completely.
The lion's gratitude was unbounded. He looked upon the man as his friend, and they shared the cave for some time together. A day came, however, when the slave began to long for the society of his follow men, and he bade farewell to the lion and returned to the town. Here he was presently recognized and carried off in chains to his former master, who resolved to make an example of him, and ordered that he should be thrown to the beasts at the next public show in the theater.
On the fatal day the beasts were loosed into the arena, and among the rest a lion of huge bulk and ferocious aspect. And then the miserable slave was cast in among them. What was the amazement of the viewers, when the lion after one glance bounded up to him and lay down at his feet with every expression of affection and delight! It was his old friend of the cave! The audience clamored that the slave's life should be spared. And the governor of the town, marveling at such gratitude and fidelity in a beast, decreed that both should receive their liberty.

Question 1
Why did the slave run away from his master?
A. he had stolen goldB. he was alone
C. he wanted to explore the forestsD. he had been treated bad by his master
Question 2
Who is referred as "fugitive" in the story?
A. the lionB. the slave
C. the denD. the master
Question 3
How did the lion react when he first saw the slave inside his den?
A. showed affectionB. laughed at him
C. became angryD. attacked him
Question 4
Why was the lion whining and lifting his paw?
A. because he was hungry and wanted some foodB. because he felt bad for the slave
C. because there was a thorn in the ball of his footD. because he wanted the slave to leave his den
Question 5
What happened to the slave when he returned to the town?
A. He was awarded with gold medal.B. He was recognized and killed.
C. He was put into the prison for fifty years.D. He was recognized and carried off in chains to his former master.
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In a town in Persia there dwelt two brothers, one named Cassim, the other Ali Baba. Cassim was married to a rich wife and lived in plenty, while Ali Baba had to maintain his wife and children by cutting wood in a neighboring forest and selling it in the town.
One day, when Ali Baba was in the forest, he saw a troop of men on horseback, coming toward him in a cloud of dust. He was afraid they were robbers, and climbed into a tree for safety. When they came up to him and dismounted, he counted forty of them. They unbridled their horses and tied them to trees.
The finest man among them, whom Ali Baba took to be their captain, went a little way among some bushes, and said, "Open, Sesame!" so plainly that Ali Baba heard him.
A door opened in the rocks, and having made the troop go in, he followed them, and the door shut again of itself. They stayed some time inside, and Ali Baba, fearing they might come out and catch him, was forced to sit patiently in the tree. At last the door opened again, and the Forty Thieves came out. As the Captain went in last he came out first, and made them all pass by him; he then closed the door, saying, "Shut, Sesame!"
Every man bridled his horse and mounted, the Captain put himself at their head, and they returned as they came.
Question 6
How did Ali Baba earn his living?
A. by selling gold and silver coinsB. by cutting wood and selling it in the town
C. by selling horsesD. by cutting rocks and selling it in the town
Question 7
What did Ali Baba do to see the troop of men coming toward him?
A. climbed into a electricity pole for safetyB. climbed into the roof of a house
C. went into a cave to hideD. climbed into a tree for safety
Question 8
Where did Cassim and Ali Baba live?
A. ParisB. Russia
C. PersiaD. Japan
Question 9
How many thieves did Ali Baba see?
A. fortyB. hundred
C. sixtyD. four
Question 10
Where was the magic door located?
A. in the treeB. in the rocks
C. in a houseD. in a den
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