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There was once upon a time a little boy who was on his way to church. When he came to a clearing in the forest he caught sight of a fox. The fox was lying on the top of a big stone fast asleep.
"If I kill that fox," said the boy, taking a heavy stone in his fist, "and sell the skin, I shall get money for it. I shall buy some rye with that money, and that rye I shall sow in father's cornfield at home. When the people who are on their way to church pass by my field of rye they'll say, 'Oh, what splendid rye that boy has got!'
Then I shall say to them, 'I say, keep away from my rye!' But they won't listen to me. Then I shall shout to them, 'I say, keep away from my rye!' But still they won't take any notice of me. Then I shall scream with all my might, 'Keep away from my rye!' and then they'll listen to me."
But the boy screamed so loudly that the fox woke up and ran off at once for the forest, so that the boy did not even get as much as a handful of his hair.
Question 1
Find an appropriate title for this story.
A. The FoxB. The Boy and the Fox
C. The ForestsD. The Rye Fields
Question 2
Where was the Fox lying?
A. on the top of a big treeB. on the top of a house
C. on the top of a big caveD. on the top of a big stone
Question 3
Why did the Boy want to kill the Fox?
A. so that he can sell the Fox hairs and get money for itB. so that he can sell the Fox teeth and get money for it
C. so that he can sell the Fox skin and get money for itD. so that the Fox doesn't attack the Boy
Question 4
What did the boy want to buy with the money he gets from selling the Fox skin?
A. RiceB. Rye
C. WheatD. Bread
Question 5
Where did the Boy want to sow the rye?
A. in his father's rice fieldB. in his uncle's cornfield
C. in his grandfather's orchardD. in his father's cornfield
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The following text/image is for 6 through 10
Dear Heinz," Fat Trina said one day, "why should we make our lives so miserable, ruining the best days of our youth, when there is no need for it? The two goats disturb our best sleep every morning with their bleating. Wouldn't it be better for us to give them to our neighbor, who will give us a beehive for them? We will put the beehive in a sunny place behind the house, and then not give it any more thought. Bees do not have to be taken care of, nor driven into the field. They fly out and find their way home again by themselves, and they collect honey without any effort at all on our part."
"You have spoken like a sensible woman," replied Heinz. "We will carry out your proposal without delay. And furthermore, honey tastes better and is more nourishing than goat's milk, and it keeps longer too."
The neighbor willingly gave them a beehive for the two goats. The bees flew tirelessly in and out from early morning until late evening, filling the hive with the best honey. Thus that fall-time, Heinz was able to take out a whole jugful.
Question 6
Who were disturbing Fat Trina's sleeps every morning?
A. HeinzB. neighbors
C. the goatsD. bees
Question 7
What did Fat Trina want to exchange the goats with?
A. cowsB. beehive
C. fieldsD. house
Question 8
Where did Fat Trina want to put the beehive?
A. in a sunny place behind the houseB. in a dark place behind the house
C. in a sunny place behind the treeD. in the fields
Question 9
Why did Trina think that bees were better than goats?
A. because bees do not have to be driven into fieldsB. because bees do not have to be taken care of
C. because bees collect honey without any effortD. all of the above
Question 10
How many goats did Heinz and Trina have?
A. TwoB. Ten
C. ThreeD. Five
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