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GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES-THE ADVENTURES OF CHANTICLEER AND PARTLET (PART 2)

GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES-THE ADVENTURES OF CHANTICLEER AND PARTLET (PART 2)
... furious, and, jumping up, would have run out of the house; but when he came to the door, the millstone fell down on his head, and killed him on the spot 3 HOW PARTLET DIED AND WAS BURIED, AND HOW CHANTICLEER ... water, and he carried the water to Partlet; but in the meantime she was choked by the great nut, and lay quite dead, and never moved any more Then Chanticleer was very sorry, and cried bitterly; and ... hearse, and managed to get Partlet out of it; but the fox and the other mourners, who were sitting behind, were too heavy, and fell back into the water and were all carried away by the stream and...
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read and understand fairy tales and folktales stories and activities grades 1-2

read and understand fairy tales and folktales stories and activities grades 1-2
... Corp Fairy Tales & Folktales • EMC 756 Introduction The Stories Types of Stories fairy tales folktales Ways to Use the Stories Directed lessons • with small groups of students who are reading ... same as Fairy Tales & Folktales • EMC 756 Name What Comes Next? Color, cut, and paste Put the pictures in order © 2000 by Evan-Moor Corp Fairy Tales & Folktales • EMC 756 Name Quiet Work and Loud ... 13 Fairy Tales & Folktales • EMC 756 Name Rhyme Time Color, cut, and paste to show rhyming pairs e st pa te as p e st pa e st pa e st pa te as p © 2000 by Evan-Moor Corp 14 Fairy Tales & Folktales...
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Grimm's Fairy Tales

Grimm's Fairy Tales
... Grimms’ Fairy Tales THE GOLDEN BIRD A certain king had a beautiful garden, and in the garden stood a tree which ... 444 eBook brought to you by Create, view, and edit PDF Download the free trial version Grimms’ Fairy Tales and all the council was called together Everyone agreed that it was worth more than all ... ‘I should be very silly,’ said he, ‘if I went to that shabby house, and left of 444 Grimms’ Fairy Tales this charming place’; so he went into the smart house, and ate and drank at his ease, and...
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Approaching Writing Skills through Fairy Tales.doc

Approaching Writing Skills through Fairy Tales.doc
... such themes one might ask a question: are fairy tales like this for children or for adults? Some associations in the U.S have found some of the classical fairy tales too overtly sexual or even subversive ... could bear some systematic relation to the development of linguistic and, more in particular, writing skills in students, and which might also be re-applied whenever analysing a text, be it spoken, ... choosing fairy- tales were usefulness and the feasibility of application, for my students are students of languages and literature, and are expected to produce well-written texts and critical essays Through...
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SWEETHEART ROLAND -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

SWEETHEART ROLAND -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... faithful to her sweetheart Roland, although he had deserted her Nevertheless, she promised not to go away, but to continue keeping house for the shepherd And now the time drew near when Roland s wedding ... look forth quite far into the world, she perceived her stepdaughter hurrying away with her sweetheart Roland ‘That shall not help you,’ cried she, ‘even if you have got a long way off, you shall ... however, when she saw the old woman striding towards her, changed, with her magic wand, her sweetheart Roland into a lake, and herself into a duck swimming in the middle of it The witch placed...
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GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES-THE ADVENTURES OF CHANTICLEER AND PARTLET (PART 1)

GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES-THE ADVENTURES OF CHANTICLEER AND PARTLET (PART 1)
... pin and needle, who were fast asleep, and seizing them by the heads, stuck one into the landlord’s easy chair and the other into his handkerchief; and, having done this, they crept away as softly ... had laid by the way, and said they would give him the duck, who was in the habit of laying one every day: so at last he let them come in, and they bespoke a handsome supper, and spent the evening ... yard, heard them coming, and jumping into the brook which ran close by the inn, soon swam out of their reach An hour or two afterwards the landlord got up, and took his handkerchief to wipe his...
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THE MOUSE, THE BIRD, AND THE SAUSAGE - GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

THE MOUSE, THE BIRD, AND THE SAUSAGE - GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... fell to the sausage to bring in the wood, to the mouse to cook, and to the bird to fetch the water And now what happened? The sausage started in search of wood, the bird made the fire, and the mouse ... arranging the work Beg and pray as the mouse and the sausage might, it was of no use; the bird remained master of the situation, and the venture had to be made They therefore drew lots, and it fell ... mouse put on the pot, and then these two waited till the sausage returned with the fuel for the following day But the sausage remained so long away, that they became uneasy, and the bird flew...
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THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... found his wife standing before the gate of a great castle ‘See,’ said she, ‘is not this grand?’ With that they went into the castle together, and found a great many servants there, and the rooms ... than the filthy pigsty we had?’ And there was a parlour, and a bedchamber, and a kitchen; and behind the cottage there was a little garden, planted with all sorts of flowers and fruits; and there ... The fisherman did not much like the business: however, he went to the seashore; and when he came back there the water looked all yellow and green And he stood at the water’s edge, and said:...
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THE OLD MAN AND HIS GRANDSON - GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

THE OLD MAN AND HIS GRANDSON - GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... husband!’ she quickly hid the roast meat inside the tiled stove, the wine under the pillow, the salad on the bed, the cakes under it, and the parson in the closet on the porch Then she opened the ... any other, and in time it will certainly get big and be a cow.’ the woman also liked the idea, and their gossip the carpenter cut and planed the calf, and painted it as it ought to be, and made ... thing!’ cried the miller, and looked there, and found the cakes And now the two sat down to the table together, but the miller’s wife was frightened to death, and went to bed and took all the keys...
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THE PINK -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

THE PINK -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... laid them on a plate, and when she saw the old man coming, she said to the boy: ‘Lie down in your bed, and draw the clothes over you.’ Then the wicked wretch came in and said: ‘Where are the boy’s ... sprinkled her apron with the blood of a chicken.’ Thereupon he took the dog with the golden collar, and said: ‘That is the wretch!’ and caused live coals to be brought, and these the dog was compelled ... hundred deer and more came running inside the circle at once, and the huntsmen shot them Then they were all placed on sixty country carts, and driven home to the king, and for once he was able to...
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CLEVER ELSIE -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

CLEVER ELSIE -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... cellar and see where Elsie and the girl are.’ The boy went down, and there sat Clever Elsie and the girl both weeping together Then he asked: ‘Why are you weeping?’ ‘Ah,’ said Elsie, ‘have I not ... Those upstairs waited for the drink, but Clever Elsie still did not come Then the woman said to the servant: ‘Just go down into the cellar and see where Elsie is.’ The maid went and found her sitting ... myself and see where Elsie is.’ But when he got into the cellar, and they were all sitting together crying, and he heard the reason, and that Elsie s child was the cause, and the Elsie might perhaps...
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CLEVER GRETEL -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

CLEVER GRETEL -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... most of it, her master came and cried: ‘Hurry up, Gretel, the guest is coming directly after me!’ ‘Yes, sir, I will soon serve up,’ answered Gretel Meantime the master looked to see what the ... hurried down the steps again as fast as he could Gretel was not idle; she ran screaming to her master, and cried: ‘You have invited a fine guest!’ ‘Why, Gretel? What you mean by that?’ ‘Yes,’ said ... knows? They are perhaps not coming at all, and have turned in somewhere.’ Then she said: ‘Well, Gretel, enjoy yourself, one fowl has been cut into, take another drink, and eat it up entirely;...
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THE QUEEN BEE - GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

THE QUEEN BEE - GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... the dwarf held them back, and said, ‘Let the pretty insects enjoy themselves, I cannot let you burn them.’ At length the three brothers came to a castle: and as they passed by the stables they ... that the eldest had eaten a piece of sugar, the next some sweet syrup, and the youngest a spoonful of honey; so he was to guess which it was that had eaten the honey Then came the queen of the bees, ... had been saved by the little dwarf from the fire, and she tried the lips of all three; but at last she sat upon the lips of the one that had eaten the honey: and so the dwarf knew which was the...
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THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM -GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES
... right,’ said the robbers, and they ceased looking for the finger and sat down The old woman then mixed a sleeping draught with their wine, and before long they were all lying on the floor of the cellar, ... before they reached the mill Then the girl told her father all that had happened The day came that had been fixed for the marriage The bridegroom arrived and also a large company of guests, for the ... easily, he took a hatchet and cut off the finger; but the finger sprang into the air, and fell behind the cask into the lap of the girl who was hiding there The robber took a light and began looking...
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GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES THE DOG AND THE SPARROW

GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES THE DOG AND THE SPARROW
... welcome,’ said the brute, ‘what harm can you me?’ and passed on But the sparrow crept under the tilt of the cart, and pecked at the bung of one of the casks till she loosened it; and than all the wine ... corn in the loft, and are eating it up at such a rate!’ Away ran the husband upstairs, and saw thousands of birds sitting upon the floor eating up his corn, with the sparrow in the midst of them ... with me then,’ said the sparrow, and you shall soon have that too.’ So she took him to a baker’s shop, and pecked at two rolls that lay in the window, till they fell down: and as the dog still...
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