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12 Feb 2015

Mary and the three bears - 3rd Class English

      Mary was very hungry. She tasted the porridge from the first bowl. ‘‘This porridge is too hot to eat.’’ Then she tasted it from the second bowl  ‘‘This porridge is too cold to eat.’’
      Finally, She took a spoonful from the third. ‘‘This porridge is just right.’’ Mary gulped all the porridge.
      Mary was tired then. She wanted to sit on a chair. ‘‘This chair is too big to sit on!’’
      Then she tired to sit on the second chair. ‘‘This chair is also too big!’’ And next she sat on the third chair. ‘‘This chair is just right.’’
      Mary started relaxing but alas! The chair has broken!
      Mary was very tired. She got up and went upstairs. There were three beds in the bedroom. She lay on the first bed.
     ‘‘This bed is too hard to sleep on.’’ Then she went to the second bed. ‘‘This bed is too soft to sleep on.’’ Finally she went to the third bed. ‘‘This bed is just right.’’ She lay down on the bed and fell asleep. Soon three bears entered the house.

      What will the bears do now?

      ‘‘Someone has eaten my porridge!’’ said Daddy bear. ‘‘Someone has eaten my porridge too!’’ said Mummy bear. ‘‘Someone has eaten my porridge and its all gone,’’ cried Baby bear.
      ‘‘Some has been sitting on my chair!’’ said Daddy bear.
      ‘‘Someone has been sitting on my chair too!’’ said Mummy bear.
     ‘‘Someone has been sitting on my chair and its broken,’’ the Baby bear cried again. Now the three bears went into the bed room.
       ‘‘Someone has been sleeping on my bed!’’ said the Dady bear. ‘‘Someone has been sleeping on my bed too!’’ said the Mummy bear. ‘‘Someone has been sleeping on my bed too and is still there!’’ screamed the Baby bear.
      Mary woke up. She was terrified to see the three bears. She jumped out of the bed crying, ‘‘Help!’’ and ran out of the house.

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