A fox fell into a well and couldn't get out. By and by a thirsty goat came along. Seeing the fox in the well, it asked if the water was good. “Good,” said the fox, “It’s the best water I've tested in all my life. Come down and try it yourself.”
The goat was thirsty, so he got into the well. When he had drunk enough, he looked around but there was no way to get out. Then the fox said, “I have a good idea. You stand on your hind legs and put your forelegs against the side of the well. Then, I'll climb on your back, from here. I'll step on your horns, and I can get out. And when I'm out, I'll help you out of the well.”
The goat did as he was asked and the fox got on his back and climbed out of the well. Then, He coolly walked away. The goat called out loudly after him and reminded him of his promise to help him out. The fox merely turned to him and said,”If you only had thought carefully about getting out, you wouldn't have jumped into the well.”
The goat felt very sad. He called out loudly. An old man walking nearby heard him and put a plank into the well. The goat got out and thanked the old man.
6. The text tells the story of ….
A. A fox
B. A goat
C. An old man and the fox
D. A fox and a goat
E. The goat and an old man
7. Paragraph 2 mainly tells….
A. Why the fox got into the well
B. The fox’s idea of how to get out of the well
C. How the fox got out of the well
D. How the fox helped the goat
E. How the fox and the goat got out of the well
8. “The goat did as he was asked…” (Paragraph 3).
What does the sentence mean?
A. The goat came down to the well and drank.
B. The goat waited someone who might help him.
C. The goat stood on his hind legs and put his forelegs against the side of the well.
D. the goat called out loudly after the fox got out.
E. The goat drank enough and looked around.
9. The text above is in the form of…
A. Analytical Exposition
B. Narrative D. Descriptive
C. Recount E. Spoof