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      Mr. Hippo often wears a hat,He’s a great magicion。
      Now he is performing on the stage,He takes off his hat and shows it to everybody。
      It’s empty inside,Then he puts a little handkerchief on i——Now the rabbit puts his hand inside it And he catches one white pigeon
      The white pigeon flaps his wings and flies away A fox sees this His mouth begins to water He says You are great Mr. Hippo
      Could you please make Then Mr. hippo covers the hatwith the handkerchief muttering at the same time
      The fox runs up to the stage and says
      Let me have a try this time
      He can’t wait for Hippo’s answer
      And put his hands in the hat
      He tires his best to seizes a pigeon
      But suddenly he cries out
      It is a hedgehog this time
      The hedgehog stabs him and runs away
      The fox is hurt badly in his hand
      and everybody laughs at him
      Then he leaves the stage
      Kua Fu tried his best to chase the sun. When he arrived at the place where the sun set, he had to turned around, as he could not bear the thirst, and came to the Yellow River and the Wei River.
      夸父竭盡全力追趕太陽。當他追趕太陽降落的地方時, 由于忍受不了干渴,只好掉轉頭,回到黃河、渭河所在的地方,一口氣便將這兩條河里的水喝得精光。
      In one breath, he quaffed up all the water in both rivers. Though he drank up two rivers, he still felt thirsty, and he decided to go to the large lake in the north for a good drink. On the way to the north, Kua Fu eventually died of thirst
      The walking stick thrown down by him, being nurtured by the nourishment converted from his dead body, unexpectedly bloomed and fructified, and it grew into peach woods, which stretched for thousands of miles.
      七年級英語故事:The Ant
      Ants were once men and made their living by tilling the soil. But, not content with the results of their own work, they were always eating longing eyes upon the crops and fruits of their neighbours, which they stole, whenever they got the chance, and added to their own store. At last their covetousness made Jupiter so angry that he changed them into ants. But, though their forms were changed, their nature remained the same: and so, to this day, they go about among the cornfields and gather the fruits of others’ labour, and store them up for their own use.
      You may punish a thief, but his bent remains.
      七年級英語故事:Fox and cock
      One morning a fox sees a cock.He thinks,”This is my breakfast.” He comes up to the cock and says,”I know you can sing very well.Can you sing for me?”The cock is glad.He closes his eyes and begins to sing.The fox sees that and caches him in his mouth and carries him
      away. The people in the field see the fox.They cry,”Look,look!The fox is carrying the cock away.”The cock says to the fox,”Mr Fox,do you understand?The people say you are carrying their cock away.Tell them it is yours.Not theirs.” The fox opens his mouth ang says,”The cock is mine,not yours.”Just then the cock runs away from the fox and flies.
      Lion was awakened from sleep by a Mouse running over his face. Rising up in anger, he caught him and was about to kill him, when the Mouse piteously entreated, saying: “If you would only spare my life, I would be sure to repay your kindness.” The Lion laughed and let him go.
      It happened shortly after this that the Lion was caught by some hunters, who bound him by strong ropes to the ground. The Mouse, recognizing his roar, came up, and gnawed the rope with his teeth, and setting him free, exclaimed: “You ridiculed the idea of my ever being able to help you, not expecting to receive from me any repayment of your favor; but now you know that it is possible for even a Mouse to confer benefits on a Lion.”