Completing Story For SSC HSC Honours Degree Masters

Completing Story For SSC HSC Honours Degree Masters (Completing story PDF): Here given 30+ Creative and Traditional Story for every level of Students. Especially HSC Examinees can follow this article attentively.

Completing a Story

তোমাদের অনুশীলনের জন্য এখানে সাম্প্রতিক বিষয়াবলিসহ গুরুত্বপূর্ণ কিছু Completing a Story দেওয়া হলো। পরীক্ষার প্রস্তুতির জন্য এগুলো অনুশীলন করা জরুরি।

Creative Stories

1. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words.

Mehedi is a college student. He is afraid of injections and needles. Yesterday, one of his teachers told him that he would be given the vaccine in a few days on the college premises. As soon as he heard this, panic started to seize him…

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First COVID-19 Vaccine Shot

Mehedi is a college student. He is afraid of injections and needles. Yesterday, one of his teachers told him that he would be given the vaccine in a few days on the college premises. As soon as he heard this, panic started to seize him. As the day of vaccination approached, his heartbeat got faster.

He was also anxious because he saw his parents and grandparents suffering from various side effects like fever, pain in the place where the shot had been given, headache, body ache, etc. after being vaccinated. Finally, the day arrived. He went to college with fear. and anxiety. He tried to be brave and stood in a long queue in front of the vaccination cabin with his vaccine card though he was unwilling to move forward.

After half an hour, he found himself in front of the cabin and a nurse took him to a corner and asked him to fold the sleeve of his left hand. He closed his eyes in fear and squeezed his forehead with his right hand. A few seconds later, the nurse asked him to go to another side of the room and have a seat. To his utter surprise, he discovered that he was successfully vaccinated with no pain at all. It was indeed a great relief for him.

2. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words.

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Maliha Islam had to work at the Corona Unit of the hospital for two weeks. She had to stay there day and night. On the last day, when she left the hospital for home, the hospital authority instructed her to stay in home quarantine for 14 days…..

Receiving the Frontline Hero

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Maliha Islam had to work at the Corona Unit of the hospital for two weeks. She had to stay there day and night. On the last day, when she left the hospital for home, the hospital authority instructed her to stay in home quarantine for 14 days. She was eager to go back to her children though she would not be able to touch them then. It was very painful for her. Also, she was worried about how her community would react to seeing her. Everyone knew that she had been treating the corona patients for the last two weeks.

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She wondered whether her neighbors would even let her enter the apartment building. However, Dr. Maliha nervously approached her apartment. As she reached her apartment, she found a big surprise waiting for her there. Her family members and the neighbors were eagerly waiting for her with flowers in their hands. Some of them were holding placards that read “Welcome, our frontline Fighter!” “Proud of You, hero!” etc. The place became filled with the sound of applauding. Dr. Maliha couldn’t believe her eyes. She became so overwhelmed that tears of joy ran down her cheeks. Indeed, it would remain an unforgettable experience for her.

3. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Rina is a student of class XI. Her college was closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. She was spending her time at home then. Her mother told her a number of times to wash her hands properly……….

Washing Hands Properly is the Best Way to Prevent COVID-19

Rina is a student of class XI. Her college was closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. She was spending her time at home then. Her mother told her a number of times to wash her hands properly because washing hands properly would protect her from COVID-19. But she paid no heed to her mother. Whenever she was told to wash her hands, she just wetted her hands with water.

Sometimes, she used soap, but she didn’t wash her hands for 20 seconds. She simply rubbed her hand’s palm to palm and then rinsed her hands with water, not cleaning her fingernails and between fingers. But it had to be done the right way. She needed to scrub her hands thoroughly with soap and clean water for at least 20 seconds.

As Rina forgot to count the seconds, her father advised her to sing the ‘Happy Birthday song twice, which took about the same time. Still, Rina washed her hands in a hurried manner. She touched her face with dirty hands and often skipped washing her hands before eating. Consequently, she fell sick. She caught a cold and had flu-like symptoms similar to COVID-19.

4. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

There was a man lying unconscious on the street. Nobody went near him for fear of being attacked by the COVID-19 disease. Shovon, a student of class XI, saw the whole thing through his bedroom window. He couldn’t ignore it. He ……….

A Brave Boy/Conquer Fear and Help People in Need

There was a man lying unconscious on the street. Nobody went near him for fear of being attacked by the COVID-19 disease. Shovon, a student of class XI, saw the whole thing through his bedroom window. He couldn’t ignore it. He wanted to help the man. So, he called 999 and sought help from the police. The police were on the way. In the meantime, he wore a mask and hand gloves and went to the man to check on him.

People forbade Shovon to go close to the man, but he paid no heed to them. Then the police came with an ambulance and took the man to the hospital. Shovon went with them. There a doctor examined the man and told Shovon that his condition of the man was very serious. The man had a minor stroke. If Shovoh hadn’t called the emergency in time, the man might have died. However, after due treatment, the man regained his sense at last. Now, Shovon inquired of his address.

The man gave Shovon a phone number that belonged to the man’s son. Shovon called the son and told him everything. The son was rushed to the hospital at once. He thanked Shovon again and again. He also praised Shovon’s courage in helping his father despite the risk of being attacked with COVID-19. The man too prayed for Shovon’s well-being. Then Shovon returned home with a clear conscience and a contented mind.

5. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Bashir is a regular student of class XI. He always likes to go to college. But since the Coronavirus spread in Bangladesh, his college was closed it reopened on 12 September 2021. He could not go outside let Part alone meet his friends……

COVID-19 Lockdown Has Brought About a Pandemic of Depression

Bashir is a regular student of class XI. He always likes to go to college. But since the Coronavirus spread in Bangladesh, his college was closed though it reopened on 12 September 2021. He could not go outside let alone meet his friends because of the lockdown in his area. And he had to stay confined to his home the whole day. He couldn’t play cricket on the field with his friends, because everyone was trapped at home like him.

He couldn’t do things the way he used to do before. All the things he liked to do revolve around one thing – how to remain safe from COVID-19. All these were creating extra pressure on him. He knew that his college was closed to keep the students safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. But staying days after days in a small apartment had ushered in a different set of problems for him. He was suffering from anxiety and depression. Often, he felt overwhelmed, thinking that one of his family members or friends might be affected by a coronavirus.

Sometimes, he became worried that he might be falling behind academically. He worried that his college might never open, and so, he would fail the examination. He started worrying about almost everything. As a result, he gradually sank into depression. He neither ate nor slept in time. Nor he could pay attention to his studies. Noticing the change in his behavior, his parents talked to him and convinced him that he has nothing to worry about. His joys knew no bounds when his college reopened. Now, he is spending a normal life.

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6. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words:

Once there lived a happy cobbler in a town. He passed his days in singing and dancing ……..

Obsession with Money

Once there lived a cobbler in a town. He passed his days in singing and dancing. A rich neighbour of his was a banker. One day, the banker said to him, “How much a year do you earn?” The cobbler smiled and said, “I do not know, sir. I have never counted in that way as I live from hand to mouth. Every day I earn and I buy my meal with that income and return home. I cannot save any money from my income. Despite this, I am happy. Then the banker said, “I have decided to rid you of poverty. Take this ten thousand taka, preserve them carefully and use them in time of want.” The cobbler, who had never seen so much money at a time in his life before, got startled and came back home quickly.

After returning home, he was restless as he could not find any safe place to hide the money. At last, he dug a hole inside his room and hid the money in it. At night, he was unable to sleep as he was obsessed with the safety of money. He would remain alert the successive few nights. Thus, he lost his sleep and happiness. One day, he went to the banker and told him that his money had snatched away his sleep and mental peace. So, he requested the banker to take his money back. Finally, the cobbler gave the money to the banker. Now, he was able to enjoy sound sleep as before.

7. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words

One day a boy in class five was going to school. Suddenly, he saw a money bag on the road. He was at a loss……..

Sense of Responsibility of a Little Boy

One day a boy in class five was going to school. Suddenly, he saw a money bag on the road. He was at a loss. He said to himself, “What shall I do? If I pick it up, people may think that I am a thief.” But he was a very responsible boy and wasn’t afraid.

“If I leave the bag here, someone else may take it,” he thought. So, he picked up the bag and took it with him. After finishing school that day, he rushed home without wasting a second. When he reached home, he showed the bag to his elder sister. She suggested he open the bag. When they looked inside it, they found a passport, some money, and many other things.

They also found an address card in which a phone number was written. They phoned that number and found that the bag belonged to someone named Mrs. Shahana Begum. They gave her their address so that she could come and collect her bag. Mrs. Shahana came to their home the next day and received her bag. She expressed her gratefulness to the young boy and his sister and also praised them for their honesty and responsibility.

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8. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to the story:

Parul was a school girl whose parents were landless. They were unable to bear her educational expenses. But Parul was determined………

Where There is a Will, There is a Way

Parul was a school girl whose parents were landless. They were unable to bear her educational expenses. But Parul was determined to complete her studies. In her class, she was the best student. Her teachers always encouraged her to do better in school. However, she could not afford to attend classes regularly as she had to help her parents with their daily chores. Moreover, she tutored a few students in the evening in order to bear minimum academic expenses.

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One day, one of her teachers found her sobbing in the corner of her classroom. He gently asked her, “What’s wrong, Parul?” Hearing his voice, Parul was a bit startled and answered, “Nothing Sir, I am fine.” The teacher, however, insisted to know if he could help her in any way. Parul then told him that she was not able to pay for the SSC exam registration. The teacher knew how hardworking and diligent Parul was! He promptly spoke to the Headmaster concerning her situation and managed to offer her a waiver for the registration fee. Six months later when she had already appeared on the Board Exam and her result had also been published, she was weeping again. This time, it was for her brilliant result. She had achieved a GPA of 5.0!

9. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words:-

In an afternoon, Grandmother was knitting a Funder a mango tree in the yard. Romim, her grandson, suddenly came running to her with an old photograph in his hand ………..

The Photograph

In an afternoon, Grandmother was knitting a scarf under a mango tree in the yard. Romim, her grandson, suddenly came running to her with an old photograph in his hand. Showing the photograph to his grandmother, Romim asked who in the photograph was. The grandmother was very reluctant to let him know the fact. She kept him curious for a long time. But looking at the photograph, she became nostalgic. She beautifully described the atmosphere and surroundings in the photograph to her grandchild. The description given by the grandmother suggested that the girl in the photograph was none but herself. Her description of the surroundings also suggested that she was very romantic, though she seemed to be a bit harsh in her attitude.

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10. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words:

Rima is a girl in HSC 1st year at a renowned college. In the month of February, she was eagerly waiting to join a ‘Book Fair’ but her parents interrupted her………………

Rima’s Visit to a Book Fair

Rima is a girl in HSC 1st year at a renowned college. In the month of February, she was eagerly waiting to join a ‘Book Fair’ but her parents interrupted her from going outside. They told her that she was not allowed to go alone anywhere except to college. She tried to convince her parents saying that she would be accompanied by three other girls from her college and that they would be in burkhas. After listening to her, the parents said, “We’re sorry that we can’t allow you to go outside without being accompanied by any male person.” Rima was very sad. She could not understand the reasons of her parents’ negative attitude towards her proposal of going to the Ekushey Book Fair.

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How long she has waited to visit the fair! She started crying. Then, she went to her aunt living in the area. She expressed her intention of visiting the fair. Her aunt was willing to help her. On Monday, she went to Rima’s parents. She said to them, “Rima’s uncle and cousin are going to Dhaka on Thursday to visit the Ekushey Book Fair and they will return to Manikganj in the evening. So, Rima can go with them to visit the ‘Book Fair’. At last, Rima’s parents permitted her to go to the fair. They said to her, “You may go to the fair with your uncle and cousin, but take care of yourself.”

11. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words.

There was a boy who hailed from an obscure background. But he was brilliant, diligent, and innovative. He………

Innovation of an Innovative Boy

There was a boy who hailed from an obscure background. But he was brilliant, diligent, and innovative. He belonged to a village where there was no electricity. During summer, the atmosphere of the village was hot and humid. The villagers were suffering from the high temperature at home. They were becoming sick due to the hot weather. Some of them even died of heat stroke. The boy, however, was thinking of an idea of how to get rid of the heat.

He came to know from a physics teacher at his school that the gas cools when it expands quickly. So, he thought of making an air cooler out of plastic bottles for his own house. So, he collected some plastic bottles and cut them in half. Then, he mounted them on a board. After that, he placed the board over a window, with the bottlenecks facing.

12. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words.

It was late at night. I was taking preparation for my ensuing examination. All the members of my family were sleeping. All of a sudden, my phone rang and it was an unknown number. I got frightened……

Pranks are not always Fun

It was late at night. I was taking preparation for my ensuing examination. All the members of my family were sleeping. All of a sudden, my phone rang and it was an unknown number. I got frightened because late-night phone calls either mean an emergency or something scary to me. My father was out on an official tour and suddenly it came to my mind that something might have happened to him. I received the call and asked who it was. No one replied but I heard that someone heaved a deep sigh. It made me more scared and I repeated the same question.

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But the result was the same; no one replied. After six or seven minutes, suddenly someone burst into laughter and hung up the phone. I was utterly horrified and confused. That incident made me so disturbed that I couldn’t even concentrate on my studies anymore. The next day, after finishing the exam, I came across a friend who revealed that one of my classmates played a prank on me last night. I was so shocked that I met him for a reasonable answer. He told that he loved to play pranks on others but he meant no harm. I advised him not to do that again. All of us must be careful about our actions and shouldn’t do anything which hampers the peace of Part others’ minds.

13. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words.

It was a bright sunny morning. I was going to college with some of my friends. We were in a hilarious mood as we were talking about our plan to go on a picnic. Suddenly,

The Privileged should Extend Helping Hands to the Poor

It was a bright sunny morning. I was going to college with some of my friends. We were in a hilarious mood as we were talking about our plan to go on a picnic. Suddenly, we noticed an old woman who was begging for money for her ailing son. It was hard for us to turn a blind eye. Her torn clothes and sad face brought tears to our eyes and we decided to help her. When we asked her about her son, she replied that her son was a garment worker and had been crippled due to an accident in the factory.

The owner did not provide any compensation, and since then, she had to beg for buying food and medicine for her son. All of us felt sorrow for the unfortunate woman and gave her the money we saved for the picnic. Then, we again started for the college while thanking the Almighty for our privileged lives. We have our health, a roof over our head, food on the table, and a million other blessings to count. It is the duty of the wealthy and the privileged section of society to come forward to aid these unfortunate people.

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14. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once there was a young artist in a remote village in Bangladesh. His name was Rabbi. He was asked by his mentor to draw the most beautiful object in the world. But Rabbi was confused thinking about what that most beautiful thing could be. Every morning he would rise up early, go out and roam around the streets, shops, playgrounds, schools, and the nearby orchards and river to find something that is the most beautiful. Then one day……..

Friendship is the Most Beautiful Thing in the World

Once there was a young artist in a remote village in Bangladesh. His name was Rabbi. He was asked by his mentor to draw the most beautiful object in the world. But Rabbi was confused thinking about what that most beautiful thing could be. Every morning he would rise up early, go out and roam around the streets, shops, playgrounds, schools, and the nearby orchards and river to find something that is the most beautiful.

Then one day, he went to his maternal grandfather’s village. At the noon, he was sitting beside a pond and pondering on the subject of his painting. He was feeling confused and eventually became frustrated for not being able to decide what to draw. Meanwhile, a group of small boys started to gather near the bank of the pond. They were chitchatting loudly, and then Rabbi noticed a strange incident. The boys started to slide on the muddy bank of the pond and jump in the water.

They were screaming and laughing and rejoicing. As Rabbi was an introverted young man, it never came to his mind to try such things. Suddenly, he realized that friendship is the most beautiful thing in the world; the smile and joy in their faces were priceless. All this happiness was originating from the beautiful bond of friendship – a kind of relationship that was selfless. He made up his mind – he’d draw these happy kids on his canvas.

15. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

One day Rahima works in a big garment factory. There are more than five hundred workers in the factory. One day, as usual, she was busy at her work. Suddenly, she heard that there was an outbreak of fire from the short circuit. As ill news runs apace, the news spread very fast among the workers. But no one noticed whether there was actually any fire ……..

Look before You Leap

Rahima works in a big garment factory. There are more than five hundred workers in the factory. One day, as usual, she was busy at her work. Suddenly, she heard that there was an outbreak of fire from the short circuit. As ill news runs apace, the news spread very fast among the workers. But no one noticed whether there was actually any fire or not. Having heard the news, without any confirmation, all the workers of the factory became desperate to come out of the building. But the factory had only one exit and the path which led to this gate was very narrow. Even three men or women could not pass through this path side by side at a time.

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So, when all the workers of the factory were trying to come out together, the path became congested with them. Many workers fell down on the path because of the jostling in the crowd and were trampled by the other workers. Some of them received severe injuries. In a word, a chaotic situation was created in the factory. After observing the situation, the authority of the factory took steps to pacify the workers.

The authority announced through a loudspeaker that the news was a rumor and no fire had broken out. Actually, a pipe containing color had burst out in the dying section but it caused no casualties. After hearing the announcement etc, the workers understood their follies and went back to their work.

16. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

A poor girl named Rina worked in a rich man’s house. The housemaster was kind to her but the mistress was very cruel. She used to scold her now and then. One day, while serving tea, Rina broke a teacup…..

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Generous Work of a Housemaster

A poor girl named Rina worked in a rich man’s house. The housemaster was kind to her but the mistress was very cruel. She used to scold her now and then. One day, while serving tea, Rina broke a teacup. The mistress became very angry and tortured Rina severely. She did not give any food to her for two days. Their condition of Rina worsened. The housemaster became sorry seeing the condition of the poor maid. He was kind-hearted. At first, he took Rina to a doctor for treatment.

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Then, when Rina got well, he decided to get her a new job instead of working at his place. He talked to one of his friends who had a garments factory. He requested his friend to employ Rina in his factory. One day, the housemaster took Rina to the garments factory and Rina started her new job. All her colleagues were helpful to her as she was referred by the owner of the garments. Thus, Rina was saved and got a new life.

17. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

One day, a little school boy found a note of 100 takas on the school premises. At once he took it to his class teacher, Mr. Zaman. He said, “Dear Sir, I’ve got a note of 100 takas. What can I do with it?”

An Honest School-boy

One day, a little school boy found a note of 100 takas on the school premises. At once he took it to his class teacher Mr. Zaman. He said, “Dear Sir, I’ve got a note of 100 takas. What can I do with it?” Mr. Zaman said, “Keep it with you until the owner of the money is found.” The boy said, “Sir, I’m afraid, I may lose it. Would you please keep it with you?” Mr. Zaman agreed and the other boys also agreed to it. According to the teacher’s suggestion, the boy put up a notice inscribing, “Some taka has been found in the schoolyard. The owner of the money may take it from the class teacher, Mr. Zaman.” They waited for seven days, but nobody came to claim the money even after a week. Then, the teacher asked the boys what they wanted to do with the money.

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The little boy asked to wait for two days more. But the result was the same. Then, some of the boys proposed to give the money to the mosque. Some of them told me to give it to a poor man. But the little boy proposed to give it to the old blind man in front of their school. All the boys agreed and gave it to the old blind man. Everyone praised the honesty and kindness of the little boy towards the inside of the house.

Traditional Stories

18. The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words:-

Once there lived a poor farmer. He had a goose. It used to lay a golden egg every day. He sold the golden egg in the market. He was very greedy

A Greedy Farmer/Grasp All Lose All

Once there lived a poor farmer. He had a goose. It used to lay a golden egg every day. He sold the golden egg in the market. And he was very greedy. He thought that there were many eggs in the belly of the goose. He wanted to have all the eggs at a time to become rich overnight. One day, he hit upon a plan that he would cut the belly of the goose and get all the eggs of gold. He told his wife about his plan. His wife, who was wise but not greedy, said to her husband, “Don’t be greedy. Be happy with what we have.” But the farmer did not listen to her. He cut the belly of the goose with a sharp knife. But alas! He found no egg in it. Thus, the greedy farmer lost his valuable goose.

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19. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to the story.

Once upon a time, a crow was very thirsty. It flew from place to place in search of water but unfortunately, it did not find any water. All of a sudden, it saw…………

A Thirsty Crow/Necessity is the Mother of Invention

Once upon a time, a crow was very thirsty. It flew from place to place in search of water but unfortunately, it did not find any water. All of a sudden, it saw a pitcher. It peeped into the pitcher and saw that there was a little water at the bottom of the pitcher. So it tried to drink some water but its bill could not reach the water. It tried again and again but in vain.

It became very sad and hopeless. Suddenly, it saw some pebbles near the pitcher. A good idea came to its mind. The crow picked up the pebbles and dropped them into the pitcher one by one. As a result, the water came up to the brim. The crow then drank water from it to its heart’s content and flew away with a joyful mind. Thus, its cleverness helped it satisfy its thirst.

20. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

One day a crow stole a piece of meat. She flew away and sat on the branch of a tree. At that moment, a fox……….

A Sly Fox and a Foolish Crow

One day, a crow stole a piece of meat. She flew away and sat on the branch of a tree. At that moment, a fox was La passing by. When he came under that tree, he noticed the meat in the crow’s beak. The sight of the piece of meat made his mouth fill with water. He thought for a moment. Then he hit upon a plan to have it. He said to the crow, “Oh beautiful Crow!

Your complexion is so fair. I think you can sing nicely. Would you please sing a song for me?” At first, the crow did not want to sing. But as the fox carried on praising her, she felt proud of her voice. Finally, she started to sing a song. But no sooner had she opened her mouth than the piece of meat fell off her mouth. The clever fox took it and ran away. The crow had paid a heavy price for her foolishness.

21. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once, an ant was very thirsty. He went to a pond to drink water. When he began to drink water, a wave swept him away. He was about to drown. There was a tree on the bank of the pond and a dove was sitting on a branch of it……

An Ant and a Dove

Once, an ant was very thirsty. He went to a pond to drink water. When he began to drink water, a wave swept him away. He was about to drown. There was a tree on the bank of the pond and a dove was sitting on a branch of it. She noticed that the ant was about to drown: Feeling pity for the ant, the dove wanted to save him. So, she dropped a leaf in front of the ant.

The ant got on the leaf and the dove took the leaf on the bank of the pond. Thus the dove saved the ant’s life. Being grateful, the ant thanked her a lot. Another day, when the ant was seeking food under that tree, he noticed that a hunter was aiming at the dove. The dove did not notice it. The ant thought, “I must save the life of the dove as she saved mine the other day”. So, he bit the right leg of the hunter. At this, the hunter’s hands trembled and the bullet missed its aim. Then, the dove flew away and was saved.

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22. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

There was a shepherd boy. He used to graze a flock of sheep near a forest. It was not far from his village. One day, he wanted to make fun with the villagers. So, he shouted, “Tiger! Tiger! Help! Help!”……….

A Liar Shepherd

There was a shepherd boy. He used to graze a flock of sheep near a forest. It was not far from his village. One day, he wanted to make fun with the villagers. So, he shouted, “Tiger! Tiger! Help! Help!” The villagers heard his cry and ran to help him. When they came near him, they found no tiger there and the boy laughed at them. The villagers were fooled by the cunning boy and hence, they went away. After a few days, he made the same fun and the villagers came again to help him but found no tiger there. One day, a figure really came and it attacked the flock of sheep.

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The boy somehow climbed up a tree and shouted for help. The villagers heard him but they thought that he was kidding again and so, no one came to help him. The tiger killed one of his sheep and took it away. The boy felt sorry for his silly joke. From then, he promised not to tell a lie and befool people again.

23. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day, he was cutting wood near a pond. Suddenly, his ax fell into the pond. The pond was very deep. The woodcutter did not know how to swim or dive. So, he was sitting there sadly. Then, a wonderful thing happened. A beautiful fairy appeared before the woodcutter.

An Honest Woodcutter and a Beautiful Fairy

There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day, he was cutting wood near a pond. Suddenly, his ax fell into the pond. The pond was very deep. The woodcutter did not know how to swim or dive. So, he was sitting there sadly. Then, a wonderful thing happened. A beautiful fairy appeared before the woodcutter. She asked him in a sweet voice, “Why are you so sad? Why are you not cutting wood?”

The woodcutter replied sorrowfully, “My ax has fallen into the pond. I can’t cut wood now.” The fairy then showed him an ax made of silver and asked him if it was his ax. The woodcutter saw the ax and said, “It’s not my ax.” The fairy showed him another ax made of gold and asked, “Is this the ax that you lost?” The woodcutter said, “No, it’s not. My ax is made of iron.

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It was old.” The fairy showed him the lost ax with a wooden handle. The woodcutter then said happily that it was his ax. The fairy became very pleased and gave him the gold and the silver axes too as a reward for his honesty. The woodcutter became very happy getting the axes made of gold and silver. He thanked the fairy and went home. Later, selling those two axes in the market, he made quite a good amount of money. He became solvent and started passing his days happily ever after. Thus, honest people are rewarded everywhere.

24. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once, there were two friends. They lived in a certain village. And they were very intimate with each other. They promised that they would help each other in times of danger. One day, they were passing through a forest. Suddenly, they saw a bear coming toward them. Both of them got afraid.

A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed

Once, there were two friends. They lived in a certain village. And they were very intimate with each other. They promised that they would help each other in times of danger. One day, they were passing through a forest. Suddenly, they saw a bear coming toward them. Both of them got afraid. One of them knew how to climb up a tree. He climbed up a nearby tree without thinking about his friend. The other did not know how to climb up a tree. But he knew that a bear does not touch a dead body.

So, he lay flat on the ground like a dead person and stopped breathing. The bear came near him, smelt him all over the body, and thought him to be dead. So, without touching him, it went away slowly and gently. The friend who was on the tree saw everything. He got down from the tree, went to his friend, and asked him eagerly, “Oh! Dear, what did the bear whisper to your ear?” In reply, the friend said, “The bear advised me not to trust a friend who leaves his friend alone in times of danger.”

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25. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once, the house of a rich man was infested with rats. The house became like the houses of Hamelin. There were rats everywhere. And they made holes here and there. They tore papers,

Who will Bell the Cat?

Once, the house of a rich man was infested with rats. The house became like the houses of Hamelin. There were rats everywhere. And they made holes here and there. They tore papers, clothes, etc. They always made noise and the members of the house could not sleep for that. So, one day, the housemaster brought a cat to kill the rats. The cat began to kill the rats every day.

The rats became very afraid and helpless. They could not move freely. So they held a meeting. They talked about the problem but could not find out any solution. They became disappointed. At last, a little rat stood up and said, “If we tie a bell at the neck of the cat, we can know its presence and save ourselves by running away.” All the rats became very happy. They began to dance in pleasure. Suddenly an old rat said, “The idea is very good. But who will bell the cat?” Hearing it, all the rats became silent again.

26. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once, there was a clever fox in a jungle. One day, when the fox was walking through the jungle, suddenly he fell into a trap. He could somehow get out of the trap, but he had to leave……………..

A Fox without a Tail

Once, there was a clever fox in a jungle. One day, when the fox was walking through the jungle, suddenly he fell into a trap. He could somehow get out of the trap, but he had to leave his tail behind. Without the tail, he looked strange and so, he felt sad. But the fox was very cunning. He hit upon a plan. He invited all the foxes to come to a meeting. All the foxes of the jungle attended the meeting. The fox felt his importance when he saw all the other foxes in his meeting.

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He said, “My dear friends, listen to me, please. I’ve discovered something new; the tails of ours are useless. They look ugly and are always dirty. So, we should cut off our tails.” All the foxes listened to the cunning fox. A wise old fox was also listening. He said, “My friend, your plan is very interesting but foolish. As you’ve lost your tail, you want us to cut off our tails.” At this, the fox without a tail felt ashamed. and realized that they would not fall prey to his trap. So, he left the place quickly.

27. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once, there was a little boy named Bayazid. One night he was studying by the side of the bed of his mother. His ailing mother was sleeping. All of a sudden, she woke up, raised her head and told him to give her a glass of water……

Bayazid’s Love for His Mother

Once, there was a little boy named Bayazid. One night he was studying by the side of the bed of his mother. His ailing mother was sleeping. All of a sudden, she woke up, raised her head, and told him to give her a glass of water. Bayazid went to the kitchen to bring, water but the pitcher was empty. He decided to fetch water from a distant fountain.

He went alone to the fountain with the pitcher and came back home with the pitcher full of water. In the meantime, his mother was fast asleep again. He did not want to disturb his ailing mother. So, he remained standing beside his mother’s bed. In the morning, Bayazid’s mother wakes up. She became astonished to see her son standing with the glass full of water beside her bed. She embraced her son with deep love and prayed to Almighty Allah for him. In his later life, Bayazid became a great saint.

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28. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once, a lion was sleeping in a forest. Suddenly, a mouse came there. It did not notice the sleeping lion. It was running about and playing happily. Accidentally it ran over the face of the lion and awoke him. At this, the lion grew very angry.

A Kind Lion and a Grateful Mouse

Once, a lion was sleeping in a forest. Suddenly, a mouse came there. It did not notice the sleeping lion. It was running about and playing happily. Accidentally it ran over the face of the lion and awoke him. At this, the lion grew very angry. It caught the mouse and said, “You little creature, how dare you disturb me. I’ll kill you,” The mouse got frightened and said, “Your Majesty, if you kill a little creature like me, it will not bring any credit for you. Please, excuse me for this time.” The lion felt pity and let the mouse go. The mouse thanked the lion and said, “If I get an opportunity,

I’ll help you.” The lion laughed and said, “A little creature like you can never help a big creature like me.” After a few days, the lion was caught in a hunter’s net. It tried hard to be free, but failed and so, it began to roar helplessly. Hearing the roar of the lion, the mouse came quickly and said, “Sir, please wait. I’ll help you.” The mouse cut the net with its sharp teeth and set the lion free. The lion was very happy and said, “Thank you little mouse. You have saved my life. Now I know that the small ones can also help the big ones.”

29. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once, there lived a hare in a forest. He was always proud of his speed. A tortoise also lived there. The hare always teased the tortoise for its slow speed. One day, the hare was walking………..

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Slow but Steady Wins the Race/A Race Between a Hare and a Tortoise

Once, there lived a hare in a forest. He was always proud of his speed. A tortoise also lived there. The hare always teased the tortoise for its slow speed. One day, the hare was walking. Suddenly, he saw the tortoise. It was moving very slowly.

He laughed at it saying, “Hurry up, you are too slow! Can’t you move a little faster?” The tortoise felt angry and said, “Why don’t we run a race and see who wins?” The hare laughed even more and said, “Why not, let’s do that.” The next morning, they started their race. The hare ran so fast that the tortoise remained far behind. He looked back, but there was no trace of the tortoise. The hare was sure of his victory, and hence, he sat under a tree to take a rest.

But unfortunately, he fell asleep. On the other hand, the tortoise ran slowly but steadily. Within a short time, it passed by the sleeping hare. When the hare woke up, he looked around and noticed in surprise that the tortoise was near the finishing line. He ran as fast as he could, but it was too late. The tortoise had reached the finishing line. The tortoise looked back at the hare and said smilingly, “See how the slow but steady wins the race!”

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30. Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to it.

Once upon a time, there lived an old farmer in a village. He had four sons. They always quarreled with each other. This made the farmer unhappy. The neighbors were also disturbed every now and then by their loud shouts. The farmer tried to bring them into their sense many a time but failed. At last, he thought of a plan………..

Unity is Strength

Once upon a time, there lived an old farmer in a village. He had four sons. They always quarreled with each other. This made the farmer unhappy. The neighbors were also disturbed every now and then by their loud shouts. The farmer tried to bring them into their sense many a time but failed.

At last, he thought of a plan. One day, the sons were quarreling again and the old farmer heard them. He called them and told them to stop quarreling at once. His sons listened to him this time. Then he told them to bring four sticks and some rope. The sons were surprised, yet they did so. The old farmer then tied the sticks together with the rope and said to his sons, “Now, try to break this bundle of sticks.” The four sons tried one after another, but couldn’t break the bundle.

Then the farmer untied the sticks and gave one stick to each of his sons. He again told his sons to break the sticks. This time they all broke their sticks easily. Then the old farmer said to his sons, “You are like these sticks. When you are united, you are strong. But when you are alone, you are weak.” The sons understood the lesson and promised to remain united. Thus, they got a lesson for the rest of their life.

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