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The Lamb and the wolf One day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when

he chanced to see a lamb, also drinking, at some distance down the stream. Outraged, he growled, you are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you. The lamb protested. But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther down stream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am. Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you. So saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him. Lamb : domba at some distance: di flowing : mengalir wolf : serigala kejauhan part : bagian slaking : memuaskan down ; di bawah upstream: hulu thirst : rasa haus outraged: dengan kejam downstream: hilir stream : aliran sungai growled : menggeram so : begitu chanced : muddying: mengeruhkan saying : mengatakan berkesempatan shall ; akan leaped : melompat see : melihat but : tapi upon : di atas also : juga Sir : tuan devoured: melahap dringking: minum farther : lebih jauh

The Lamb and the wolf One day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when he chanced to see a lamb, also drinking, at some distance down the stream. Outraged, he growled, you are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you. The lamb protested. But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther down stream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am. Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you. So saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him. Lamb : domba at some distance: di flowing : mengalir wolf : serigala kejauhan part : bagian slaking : memuaskan down ; di bawah upstream: hulu thirst : rasa haus outraged: dengan kejam downstream: hilir stream : aliran sungai growled : menggeram so : begitu chanced : muddying: mengeruhkan saying : mengatakan berkesempatan shall ; akan leaped : melompat see : melihat but : tapi upon : di atas also : juga Sir : tuan devoured: melahap dringking: minum farther : lebih jauh

The Lamb and the wolf One day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when he chanced to see a lamb, also drinking, at some distance down the stream. Outraged, he growled, you are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you. The lamb protested. But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther down stream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am. Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you. So saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him. Lamb : domba see : melihat growled : menggeram wolf : serigala also : juga muddying: mengeruhkan slaking : memuaskan dringking: minum shall ; akan thirst : rasa haus at some distance: di but : tapi stream : aliran sungai kejauhan Sir : tuan chanced : down ; di bawah farther : lebih jauh berkesempatan outraged: dengan kejam flowing : mengalir

part : bagian upstream: hulu downstream: hilir

so : begitu saying : mengatakan leaped : melompat

upon : di atas devoured: melahap

One day while a mousedeer was walking in the forest, he saw big, black snake sleeping under the tree. When he saw the snake, the mousedeer was frightened. When he want to ran away from the snake, he suddenly fell on top of a tiger which was sleeping not far from the snake. The tiger woke up and took hold of the mousedeer. He told the mousedeer that he was going to eat him for lunch. Please dont eat me now, said the mousedeer. I have something important to do. Look, said the mousedeer. That is the kings belt. He asked me to stay here and watch it while he was away in the forest. The tiger looked at the snake and said, That is a beautiful belt. I need a belt like that. Can I wear it? he asked the mousedeer. Oh all right, said the mousedeer. So he picked up the snake and winded it around the tiger. Then, the snake woke up and saw the tiger. The snake twisted itself tighter and tighter until the tiger couldnt breathe. The tiger asked the mousedeer to help him. But the mousedeer turned and ran away into the forest. Mousedeer: kancil yang then : kemudian going to: akan walking: berjalan far : jauh twisted : lunch : makan siang forest : hutan woke up: bangun membelit now : sekarang saw/see: melihat took hold:itself : dirinyasomething: sesuatu frightened: takut memegang sendiri say/said:mengataka sleeping: tidur away : pergi tighter:semakin n under : di bawah need : butuh kencang /berkata tree : pohon can : until : sampai important: penting when/while: ketika dapat/dapatkah couldn't: tak dapat do: melakukan wanted : ingin wear : memakai breathe: bernafas look : lihat run away: melarikan picked up:help : menolong king's belt: sabuk diri mengambil turned : raja suddenly: tiba-tiba winded : berbelok asked : meminta fell/fall : jatuh melingkarkan into : ke dalam stay : tinggal top : atas around : ditold/tell: here : di sini which :yang mana/ sekeliling mengatakan watch : mengawasi

One day while a mousedeer was walking in the forest, he saw big, black snake sleeping under the tree. When he saw the snake, the mousedeer was frightened. When he want to ran away from the snake, he suddenly fell on top of a tiger which was sleeping not far from the snake. The tiger woke up and took hold of the mousedeer. He told the mousedeer that he was going to eat him for lunch. Please dont eat me now, said the mousedeer. I have something important to do. Look, said the mousedeer. That is the kings belt. He asked me to stay here and watch it while he was away in the forest. The tiger looked at the snake and said, That is a beautiful belt. I need a belt like that. Can I wear it? he asked the mousedeer. Oh all right, said the mousedeer. So he picked up the snake and winded it around the tiger. Then, the snake woke up and saw the tiger. The snake twisted itself tighter and tighter until the tiger couldnt breathe. The tiger asked the mousedeer to help him. But the mousedeer turned and ran away into the forest.

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