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      Once, there was a fisherman. He had an ugly wife. They were poor.
      One day, the fisherman caught a goldfish. But the goldfish could talk, “Please let me go! I’ll reward you.”
      “Ok, my God?” cried the fisherman, “Don’t worry. I have no wish to eat a talking fish.” So he puts it into the water.
      The fisherman went home and told his wife about it. She became very angry.
      “How foolish you are!” she said, “Look at the hut. Go back to the sea and tell the fish to give me a cottage.”
      So the fisherman went down to the beach.
      “What’s the matter?” asked the fish.
      “My wife wants to cottage.” said the fisherman.
      “Don’t worry, she will have it.”
      So the fisherman’s wife had her cottage.
      But after a few days, she became tired of it. “Tell the fish to give me a palace.” she said. Then the fisherman went back to the beach again. And the fisherman’s wife had her palace.
      But she soon got tried of it, too. “Ask the fish to be my servant, and I want to be a queen.”
      This time, the fish got angry. It said nothing and swam away.
      The fisherman waited and waited, but the goldfish didn’t come back. When he went home, he found his wife back in their old hut.
      一天, 漁夫捕到一條金魚。但這條金魚會說話:“請放我走吧!我會報答你的.”
      “啊,我的天啊!” 漁夫吃驚地叫道,“別擔心,我不會吃一條會說話的魚的?!庇谑撬呀痿~放進了水里。
      “你多愚蠢啊!”她說:“看看這個破草屋,到海邊去,向金魚要一間小木屋?!?br /> 于是漁夫來到海邊。
      “別擔心,她會有的?!?br /> 漁夫的妻子得到了一間小木屋。
      但她很快又對此感到厭倦:“去叫金魚做我的仆人,我想當女王?!?br /> 這次,金魚變得憤怒了,它一句話也沒說就游走了。
      An ant is walking by the river. He looks at the river and says to himself, “How nice and cool this water looks! I must drink some of it.” But when he is drinking, he slips into the river.
      “Oh.Help!Help!” The ant cries,
      A dove is sitting in the tree. She hears him and throws him a leaf, “Climb up that leaf,” she says “and you will float bank.”
      The ant climbs uo onto the leaf, and the wind blows the leaf to the bank. And the ant is saved.
      “Thank you, Dove. You’re so kind,” The ant says and runs home, “You have saved my life, and I wish I could do something for you, Goodbye!”
      “Goodbye!” says the dove, “Be careful. Not to fall into the river again.”
      After a few days, the dove is building her nest. And a man is raising his gun to shoot her.
      The ant sees this, and runs quickly to bite the man’s leg. “Ouch! Ouch!” The man feels pained and drops his gun. The dove hears and flies away. So the man picks up his gun and leave.
      The dove comes to her nest. “Thank you, my little friend,” she says, “You have saved my life.”
      The little ant is so glad, because he can help the dove.
      一只鴿子正呆在樹上,聽見呼救聲,就扔給他一片樹葉?!翱炫赖綐淙~上去。她說:“你會漂到岸上的?!?br /> “謝謝你,鴿子。你真善良?!蔽浵佉贿呎f一邊向家跑,“你就了我的命,我會奧達你的。再見!”
      鴿子又飛回巢里?!爸x謝你,我的小朋友?!兵澴诱f,“你就了我的命?!?br /> 小螞蟻可高興了,因為他也幫助了鴿子。
      There is a wolf. He is very hungry and has no strength to find food. As he lies under a large tree, a dog sees him. The dog sees the wolf is so thin and hungry, and he feels sorry for him and says, “You are so terrible! Are you hungry?”
      “Yes,” says the wolf, “I’m hungry because you are guarding the sheep. Now I am so weak that I can’t find food. I think I will do.”
      “Why not help me?” Asks the dog, “I work regularly and I eat regularly. You could do the same. You can help me guard the sleep. In that way, I will not worry about your stealing the sleep, and you will not worry about going hungry. It’s good for us.
      The wolf thinks it over and thinks the dog is right. So they walk to the dog’s house. As they are walking, the wolf sees that only the hair of the dog’s neck is very thin. He is curious about this. So he asks the dog about it.
      “Oh, don’t worry about that,” says the dog, “It’s the place where the collar ties on the neck. My master chains me up at night,”
      “Chained up!” shouts the wolf, “Do you mean that you are chained up at night? If I come to live with you, will I be chained up at night, too?”
      “That’s night,” says the dog, “But, you’ll get used to it.”
      “But, if I am chained up, I won’t be free.” After saying this, the wolf turns round and runs away.
      The dog shouts, “Wait! Come back! I’m not free, but I’m healthy. I have good food, and a warm place to sleep. I like enjoying life. In fact, I’m freer than you are.”