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The Shepherd Boy and The Wolf. University of Puerto Rico Humacao Campus Luis F. Navas Colon Prof. Jesús López 842-09-5425 Course 3102 - 005. Vocabulary. 1) (1.1) Sheperd – On that is like a sheep .

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The shepherd boy and the wolf

The Shepherd Boy and The Wolf

University of Puerto Rico Humacao Campus

Luis F. Navas Colon

Prof. Jesús López

842-09-5425

Course 3102 - 005


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • 1) (1.1) Sheperd – Onthatislike a sheep.

  • 2) (1.2) Soon – In a short time fromnow, or a short time after something has happened.

  • 3) (1.3) Thought – Thepast tense and pastparticiple of thinkor idea and reflection.

  • 4) (2.1) Told – Thepast tense and pastparticiple of Tell.

  • 5) (2.2) Saw – Thepast tense of See.

  • 6) (2.3) Village – A senttlementusuallylargerthan a hamlet and smallerthan a town.

  • 7) ( 3.1) Toward – In a particular direction.

  • 8) (3.2) Shouted – Tosaysomethigveryloudly.

  • 9) ( 3.2) Although – In spite of thefactthan(SYN) though.

  • 10)( 4.2) Field – Anarea of land in the country wherecrops are gorwnorwhereanimalsfeedongrass.


Vocabulary1

Vocabulary

  • 11) (4.3) Laughing – Tomake a soundwithyourvoice, usuallywhilesmiling, becauseyouthinksomethingisfunny.

  • 12) (5.1) Few – A smallnumber of thingsorpeople.

  • 13) (6.1) Evening– Theend of thedayand theearlypart of thenight.

  • 14) (6.2) Scared- Frightenedbysomethingornervousaboutsomething(SYM) afraid.

  • 15) (7.2) Disappeared – Tobecomeimpossibletoseeanymore.


Summary

Summary

  • The shepherd shouted, “Wolf! Wolf! “ The villager ram to help him, but again he laughed at them. The wolf came an attacked the sheep. This time the boy was scared and ram toward the village. He shouted “Wolf! “Wolf! The villagers heard him, but didn’t run to help him as they’d done before. The wolf killed many of the sheep and disappeared into the forest.


Moral

Moral

  • Do not take people to help you and laughed at them because they would not help you when is really happening.


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