The Fox and the Goat

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NARRATOR: One hot sunny day, a thirsty fox was walking in the woods.  Suddenly, he saw a well, and when trying to look inside, he fell in.


FOX:  Oh, this well is very deep.  How will I get out again?.  I can´t jump very high.  All I wanted was some water, but not this much!.


NARRATOR: At that moment, a thirsty goat was passing by, and heard a noise coming from the well.


GOAT: What are you doing down there, fox?.  Did you lose something?.


FOX: No, goat, I just wanted to drink some water. I was so thirsty, and this water is so refreshing.  Come down here and taste it for yourself!.


GOAT: Really?.


NARRATOR:  So the goat jumped down into the well.


GOAT: You were right!.  This water is so sweet and fresh.   But, how are we going to get out from here?.


FOX: Well, the top of the well is high, but if you stand still I can climb on your back and jump to the top.  As soon as I am out, I will help you to get out too.


NARRATOR: So the goat stood still, fox climbed out, and looked down at the goat.


FOX: Thanks for your help goat.  See you soon!.


GOAT: Fox, don´t leave me here!.  How am I going to get out?.


FOX: You should have thought about that before going into the well.  Remember what they say, ¨look before you leap¨. Ha, ha, ha, ha.


NARRATOR: And the fox ran away.




Author:  Aesop Fable


Adapted by: K I D S I N C O


Moral: It is not safe to trust the advice of a man in difficulties.


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