Narrative Text Fable: Mouse Deer and Crocodile

Completing the set of narrative text story before, this time understandingtext.blogspot.com adds another fable story that could be used as one example of narrative text. Stories mouse deer and crocodile is the story of the people who is quite popular in Indonesia and Asia.

Adventure stories that other mouse deer is a mouse deer and tiger and mouse deer and farmer. Narrative text on this mouse  deer considered smart animal and is  enough and resourceful to make one story so popular and loved by many children. Let us consider one of the adventurous mouse deer below

Narrative text - the story of mouse deer and crocodile

narrative text - the story of mouse deer and crocodile

Once upon time there were a smart mouse deer. He lived near a river. The mouse deer used to go to the river to drink.


One day, the mouse deer was thirsty. He wanted to drink in the river but he knew that crocodiles were staying and waiting underwater to eat him. Hi thought hard and got bright idea. He said out loudly. “I will put in my leg and find out whether the water is warm or not” Of course the mouse deer did not do what he said. He did not put his leg but the mouse deer took a wood stick and put one end into the water. Blurrr…! Surely a rocodile grabbed the wood stick and pulled it underwater. Seeing that, the mouse deer laughed and said "Stupid crocodile! Can't you see the difference between a wood stick and a leg?” Then the mouse deer ran to another side of the river and drink some water.

narrative text - the story of mouse deer and crocodile

On the following day, the mouse deer  was hungry. He wanted to eat some grass on the side of the river so he had to to cross the dangerous river which was full of crocodiles. Again he thought hard and found another sart idea and said loudly “Crocodiles come up!” then some crocodiles rose from the water. They looked happy and saw their sharp teeth and said “Hello, Mouse Deer. Do you come to be my lunch? We are hungry” The mouse deer just smiled and replied. “Sorry, Crocodiles, not today, I come to you to bring an invitation from the king. You are invited to the party. The king ordered me to count all crocodiles in this river so he knew how to prepare enough meal for you.”


All the crocodiles felt happy and said “Really…? Tell us what to do,” said a crocodile. “You have to line up from this side of the river to the other side,” said the mouse deer. Not long after that the crocodile got all his friends and family. He ordered to lined up across the river. the mouse deer then jumped on the Crocodile’s back. “One,” the mouse deer counted. He jumped onto the next crocodile, “Two.” And he jumped again on the next crocodile, “Three.” he kept jumping until he arrived on the other side of the river. “Just enough,” said the mouse deer. "I have counted all of you" He laughed and ran to the field of grass.


That is the example of narrative text - mouse deer and crocodile. Hopefully can add to our knowledge again in learning English narrative text types.

Source:
1. The original text is reorganized from http://studyenglish-guide.blogspot.com/2010/09/mouse-deer-and-crocodiles.html
2. Illustrated image of narrative text- mouse deer and crocodile taken from http://commons.wikimedia.org

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