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Story : An Honest Woodcutter and a Beautiful Fairy

Read the beginning of the story. Add at least ten new sentences to complete the story. Give a suitable title to it.

There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day he was cutting wood near a pond. Suddenly, his axe 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....................


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 axe 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 axe has fallen into the pond. I can’t cut wood now.” The Fairy then showed him an axe made of silver and asked him if it was his axe. The woodcutter saw the axe and said, ‘It’s not my axe.” The fairy showed him another axe made of gold and asked, ‘Is this the axe that you lost?” The woodcutter said, “No, it’s not. My axe is made of iron. It was old.” The fairy showed him the lost axe with a wooded handle. The woodcutter then said happily that it was his axe. The fairy became very pleased and gave him the gold and the silver axes too. Then the woodcutter became rich and began to live happily.

Same story collected from another book

Read the beginning of the story. Add at least ten new sentences to complete the story. Give a suitable title to it.

There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day he was cutting wood near a river. Suddenly his axe fell into the river. The river 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......................


Reward for Honesty

There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day he was cutting wood near a river. Suddenly his axe fell into the river. The river 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. The fairy asked the woodcutter what had happened to him. The woodcutter informed the fairy about the incident. He informed her that he was a poor woodcutter and earned his living by cutting wood. Now he would not be able to work anymore as he had lost his axe in the river water. It was our of his ability to buy a new one. Hearing all these, the fairy felt pity for him. The fairy dive into the river water and came out with a gold axe. She asked the poor woodcutter whether it was his axe. The poor man replied in the negative. The fairy dived again into the river water and raised her hand with a silver axe. She asked the woodcutter whether it was his axe. The woodcutter replied in the negative. The fairy instantly dived into the water and raised up with the axe which the woodcutter had lost. She asked him if it was his axe. The woodcutter was very glad and shouted that it was his axe. The fairy was surprised to see the honesty of the poor woodcutter. She rewarded him with all the three axes of gold, silver and iron.

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