Kumpulan Cerita Narrative Fable Lengkap dengan Contoh Soal dan Jawaban

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Kumpulan Cerita Narrative Fable Lengkap dengan Contoh Soal dan Jawaban

Teks narative merupakan teks yang berfungsi untuk menghibur para pembaca dan menyampaikan pesan moral yang terkandaung dalam isi bacaan.  Artikel hari ini BahasaInggrisOke akan memberikan kalian beberapa cerita tentang Narrative Text khususnya Fable. Bukan hanya ceritanya saja tetapi juga penulis akan memberikan kalian contoh soal dan jawaban yang berguna untuk mengasah kemampuan kalian dalam membaca Narrative Text. Untuk mengetahui lebih lengkap tentang materi Narative Text, ada baiknya baca artikel tentang  Pengertian, Jenis Dan Contoh Narrative Text

Lalu apakah Fable itu?

Fable adalah cerita narrative yang dilakoni oleh para binatang yang isi ceritanya mirip dengan cerita manusia.

Lebih jelasnya langsung saja kita simak cerita di bawah ini.

Let’s go!

The Lion and the Mouse 

One day, a Lion lay asleep in the jungle. A tiny Mouse, running about in the grass and not noticing where he was going, ran over Lion’s head and down his nose.

The Lion awoke with a loud roar and down came his paw over the little Meuse. The great beast I was about to open his huge jaws to swallow the tiny creature when “Pardon me, O  King, I beg of you,” cried the frightened Mouse. “If you will only forgive me this time, I shall never forget your kindness. 1 meant no harm and I certainly didn’t want to disturb Your Majesty. If you will spare my life, perhaps I may be able to do you a good turn, too.” The Lion began to laugh, and he laughed and laughed. “How could a tiny creature like you ever do anything to help me? And he shook with laughter. “Oh well” he shrugged, looking down at the frightened Mouse, “you’re not so much of a meal anyway.” He took his paw off the poor little prisoner and the Mouse quickly scampered away. Some time after this, some hunters, trying to capture the Lion alive so they could carry him to their king set up rope nets in the jungle. The Lion, who was hunting for some food, fell into the trap. Her roared and thrashed about trying to free himself but with every move he made, the ropes bound him tighter

The unhappy Lion feared he could never escape, and he roared pitifully. His thunderous bellows echoed through the jungle. The tiny Mouse, scurrying about far away, heard Lion’s roars “That may be there very Lion who once freed me,” he said, remembering his promise. And he ran to whether he could help.

Discovering the sad state the Lion was in, the Mouse said to him, “Stop, stop! You must not roar. If you make so much noise, the hunters will come and capture you. I’ll get you out of this trap.” With his sharp little teeth, the Mouse gnawed at the ropes until they broke. When the Lion had stepped out of the net and was free once “Thank you, good Mouse,” said the Lion gently. “You did help me even though I am big and you are so little. I see now that kindness is always worthwhile.”

Moral of the story: Even the strong sometimes need the friendship of the weak.

Answer the questions based on the text above!
  1. What is the title of the text?
  2. Where was the story happen?
  3. Who is the main character of the story?
  4. When was the lion captured by some hunters?
  5. What was the moral value of the text above?
Answer :
State true (T) or false (F) of the following statements based on the text!
  1. A tiny Mouse, running over the lion head without noticing. (T)
  2. The mouse wanted to disturb the lion again. (F)
  3. The lion finally didn’t eat the mouse. (T)
  4. Lion could escape from the rope net. (F)
  5. The mouse asked the lion to roar loudly to escape. (F)
Arrange these words into a good sentence!
  1. Mouse – to – went – he – edge – the – of – forest – Deer
  2. loved – He – garden – the – vegetables – in – Mr.Farmer’s
  3. on – lay – the – stiff – made – his – ground – and – He – body
  4. He – Mouse – leg – snare – Deer’s – pulled – out – the – of
  5. Deer,- soft – landed – Mouse – plop – with – a
Answer :

 

The Donkey of Guizhou

Once upon a time, there was a donkey in Guizhou. Someone officious shipped one there, but finding no use for it, he set it loose at the foot of the mountain.

A tiger ran out from the mountains. When he saw this big tall thing, he thought it must be divine. He quickly hid himself in the forest and surveyed it from under cover, sometimes the tiger ventured a little nearer but still kept a respectful distance.

One day the tiger came out again. Just then the donkey gave a loud bray, I thinking the donkey was going to eat him, the tiger hurriedly ran away. After a while, he sneaked back and watched the donkey carefully. He found that though it had a huge body it seemed to have no special ability.
After a few days, the tiger gradually became accustomed to its braying and was no longer so afraid. Sometimes, he even came near and circled around the donkey.

Later the tiger became bolder. Once, he walked in front of the donkey and purposely bumped it. This made the donkey so angry that it struck out his hind legs and kicked wildly.
Seeing this the tiger was very gleeful, Such a big thing as you can do so little!’ With a roar, he pounced on the donkey and ate it up.

Answer the questions based on the text above!
  1. Was there a donkey in Guizhou?
  2. When did the tiger hide himself in the forest and survey it from under cover?
  3. Why did the tiger hurry run away?
  4. Why did the donkey feel angry to the tiger?
  5. What did the donkey do then?
Answer :

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Once upon a time, there were three bears, a Papa Bear, a Mama Bear and a Baby Bear. One day, the three bears sat down to breakfast. “This porridge is too hot! said Papa Bear. This porridge is too hot!” said Mama Bear. “This porridge is too hot!” said Baby Bear. “Let’s go for a walk!” said Mama Bear. “When we come back, our porridge will be just right.” Along came Goldilocks. She walked into the houses. She saw three bowls of porridge. “This is too hot,” said Goldilocks. “This is too cold, “said Goldilocks. “This is just right!” said Goldilocks. And she ate all up. She ate the Baby Bear’s porridge. Then Goldilocks went into the living room. She saw three chairs. ‘This is too hard,” said Goldilocks. “This is too soft,” said Goldilocks. “This is just right!” said Goldilocks. Then CRASH, the chair broke. Goldilocks felt tired. She went into the bedroom. She saw three beds. “This bed is too hard,” said Goldilocks. “This bed is too soft,” said Goldilocks. “This bed is just right!” said Goldilocks. And she fell fast asleep. The three bears came home. They went into the kitchen. “Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said Papa Bear. “Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said Mama Bear. “Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said Baby Bear. “And they ate it all up!” The three bears went into the living room. “Someone’s been sitting in my chair!” said Papa Bear. “Someone’s been sitting in my chair!” said Mama Bear. “Someone’s been sitting in my chair!” said Baby Bear. “And now it’s broken! “The three bears went into the bedroom. “Someone’s been sleeping in my bed!” said Papa Bear. “Someone’s been sleeping in my bed!” said Mama Bear. “Someone’s been sleeping in my bed!” said Baby Bear. And here she is!” Goldilocks woke up. She saw three angry bears looking at her. Goldilocks jumped out of bed. She ran out of the house. And she never came back again.

Answer the questions based on the text above!
  1. What is the title of the text above?
  2. How many bears are there? Mention it!
  3. What did they have for breakfast?
  4. Why did the three bears go for a walk?
  5. Who ate all up to the porridge?

Answer :

Semoga artikel ini membantu kalian untuk lebih memahami tentang Narrative Text khususnya Fable.

Good Luck!