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LINOSHKA RODRIGUEZ RESTO ADELIZE FONTANEZ JOSE RIVERA FABLE:12 DR. JESUS LOPEZ Tiger and the Big Wind
Summary of fable 12: There was a year without rain, animals hadn't food or water,and they were very hungry and thirsty. In the middle of the forest, there was a pear tree and it was full of pears, but none animals could eat thepears because there was a tiger under that tree. Whrn the monkeys tried to come near the tree, the tiger made a terrible sound " Stay away or I'll eat you up"!
Later a rabbit came and the other animals explain their situation. The rabbit thought for a while and then he had an idea. The next morning were in the forest near the field, soon the rabbit came along, carrying a large, thick rope. He ran across the fiels and made a lot of noise. Tiger opened one eye and angrily said " Why are you making so much noise"? The rabbit shouted "You must run"! A big wind is coming, it will blow everything and everyone off the earth. At that moment animals in the forest began to make noise.
Tiger was afraid, Rabbit told him that he must run, while rabbit must tied down the other animals with the rope. Tiger told rabbit that tie him down now. Rabbit said ok and tied it around and around. When he finished, he called to his friends in the forest and said " Look at Tiger" Now he can't keep us away from pears. Finally the animals sat happily together under the pear's tree and ate all the pears.
What’s the moral of the fable? The moral of this fable is that you must share everything you can, because you don't know when you are going to need something. You must be nice with everyone and help the others.
Vocabulary: WordLineDefiniti on Part of speech PageIrregula r form Context in reading thirsty1.1Feeling that you want to drink something. Adj.1055N/AThere wasn’t much food or water, and all the animals were very hungry and thirsty. field2.1An area of land in the country where crops are grown or where animals feed on grass. N.376N/AIn the middle of the forest, where animals lived, there was a field.
tried2.6Use successfully many times. V./adj.1081triedWhen the monkey tried to come near the tree, the tiger made a terrible sound. near2.6only a short distance from someone or something. adv./prep671N/AWhen the monkey tried to come near the tree, the tiger made a terrible sound.
shouted2.7To say something very loudly. V.938shouting“ Stay away or I’ll eat you” He shouted. clever3.2able to use your intelligence to do something. Adj.178N/ARabbit you’re so clever.
behind5.2At toward the back of something. Prep.83N/AThe other animals hide behind the trees. thick6.1Wide and not thin. Adj.1053N/ASoon Rabbit came along, carrying a large, thick rope.
across6.1From one side of something to the other side. Adv. / prep.11N/AHe ran across the field and made a lot of noise. angrily6.2Feeling angry.Adj.35N/ATiger open one eye and said angrily, “ Why are you making so much noise?
wind7.1The air outside when you can feel it moving around. N.1149N/AA big wind is coming. shake8.3to move up and down or from side to side with quickly movements. V.928Shook, shaken, shaking The elephants and the other big animals made the trees shake and move.
under2.4Below or at a lower than something, or covered by it. Adv. / Prep.1096N/ABut none of the animals could eat the pears because there was a tiger under the pear tree.