Talk about an interesting story you listened to in your childhood cue card

 Talk about an interesting story you listened to in your childhood cue card. 


Talk about an interesting story you listened to in your childhood cue card
Interesting story you listened to in childhood 


You should say:

• who told you the story
• what was the story
• why you think it was an interesting story...  & etc...



Well, I have a lot of memories of childhood.

Especially every night listening to stories from my grandmother

I heard a lot of stories.

But I vividly remember a story that my grandmother often narrated to me

its name was "farmer and the well"

It is a very interesting story because it gives a beautiful massage.

The story is like that

One day, a farmer was looking for a water source for his farm, and he bought a well from his neighbour.

The neighbour, however, was cunning.

The next day, as the farmer came to draw water from his well, the neighbour refused to let him take any water.

When the farmer asked why, the neighbour replied, “I sold you the well, not the water,” and walked away.

Distraught, the farmer went to the king to ask for justice.

He explained what had happened.

The king called on Birbal, one of his nine, and wisest, courtiers.

Birbal proceeded to question the neighbour, “Why don’t you let the farmer take water from the well?

You did sell the well to the farmer?”

The neighbour replied, “Birbal, I did sell the well to the farmer but not the water within it.

He has no right to draw water from the well.”

Birbal said, “Look since you sold the well, you have no right to keep the water in the farmer’s well.

Either you pay rent to the farmer, or take it out immediately.”

Realizing that his scheme had failed, the neighbour apologized and went home.

The moral of the story is that...

Cheating will not get you anything.

If you cheat, you’ll pay soon enough.

So this is an interesting story which I listened to in my childhood.

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