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Yariana M. Gomez Torres English 3102 sec. 005 Dr. Jesus Lopez The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf
Vocabulary 1.) took= the past tense of take. 2.) master= someone who is very skillful at doing a particular job. 3.) thought= something that you think of, think about, or remember. 4.) he’d= the short form of “he had”. 5.) near= only a short distance from someone or something. 6.) ran= the past tense of run. 7.) toward= in particular direction. 8.) shouted= to say very loudly. 9.) hadn't= the short form of “ had no”.
10.) field= an area of land in the country where crops are grown or where animals feed on grass. 11.) again= one more time. 12.) they’d= the short form of “ they would”. 13.) heard= to know that sound is being made using your ears. 14.)sheep= a farm animal that is kept for its wool and its meat. 15.) although= in spite of the fact that though.
This story is about a shepherd boy who was in charge of caring for the sheep of a wolf. The shepherd boy was bored a lot and one day he happens to play a joke on everyone in the village, he screams: "The wolf, the wolf !!!!"; all ran to where he was and found out loud laughing because they had played a joke. So the days passed and the shepherd boy keep doing the same, until one day the wolf is really appeared and how do the shepherd boy scream: "The wolf, wolf", but is a day nobody believed him.
The moral of this story is that one should never abuse the kindness of people telling lies and make jokes, because eventually they will stop believing in you.