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12 Feb 2015

The little red hen - 3rd Class English

      One day the little red hen found a grain of wheat. ‘‘Who will plant this grain of wheat?’’ she asked. ‘‘Not I,’’ quacked the duck. ‘‘Not I,’’ grunted the pig. ‘‘Not I,’’ purred the cat.
      So, the little red hen planted the grain. It soon grew into a plant. It was full of wheat.
      ‘‘Who’ll help me cut the stalk of wheat?’’ asked the hen. The Pig grunted, ‘‘Not I.’’  ‘‘Not I,’’ purred the cat.  ‘‘Not I,’’ quacked the duck. So the little red hen cut the stalk and took out all the grains of wheat.
      ‘‘Who’ll take the wheat to the mill?’’ asked the hen. ‘‘Not I,’’ Pig grunted. ‘‘Not I,’’ purred the cat. ‘‘Not I,’’ quacked the duck.
So the little red hen took the wheat to the mill. The miller ground it into flour.
      The hen made bread with the wheat flour. She called the duck, the pig and the cat. She wanted to teach them a lesson.

     What lesson, do you think, the hen will teach them?  
        ‘‘Who’s going to eat the bread?’’ asked the hen.
‘‘I will,’’ grunted the pig. ‘‘I will,’’ quacked the duck. ‘‘I will,’’ purred the cat.
      ‘‘No, you will not. I planted the grain. I cut the grain. I got it ground. I made the bread. So, I’ll eat all the bread,’’ said the little red hen. And she started eating.
    ‘‘We’re sorry. We’ll not lazy from today. Please give us something to eat,’’ said the pig, the duck and the cat.
 

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