The Lion and The Mouse Storytelling in English

The Lion and The Mouse Storytelling in English The Lion and The Mouse Storytelling in English Story Told by LELB Society’s Students Sasan Once the king of forest was sleeping in the jungle, a nutty mouse saw it and commenced playing on the lion’s body, running up to tail ad slipping down the tail. Suddenly, … Read more

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  1. The rest of story;
    The lion grabbed the mouse with its paws and was likely to swallow the mouse. However, the mouse begged for the lion’s forgiveness on the grounds that “what goes around comes back around”. Ultimately, the lion let the mouse go. After a couple of days, the lion was trapped by some people and the mouse was the only animal that helped the lion to escape from the trap by biting through the strings of the trap.

  2. According in this story, we learn that we should accept the ability of any creature even if it’s little
    One day the king of forest forgives the little mouse down to it’s fault , one day the lion falls into trap , the mouse can helps him and rips the rope and line becomes free.
    The line understands that every creature have especial ability that one day can be a great help.

  3. Once the king of forest was sleeping in the jungle, a nutty mouse saw it and commenced playing on the lion’s body, running up to tail ad slipping down the tail. Suddenly, the lion woke up and growled at the mouse which became scared seriously.

    • That is an appropriate proverb that does fit here. However, according to the instructions above, in this activity, you’re expected to narrate the story, not the whole part, but some part of that. For example, you assume the responsibility to narrate the first minute of the video. This is an excellent activity to improve your listening and writing skills, summary writing, paraphrasing and the like.

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