Ant and Dove
"I shall drown" he cried. "Help! Help! Help!", but his voice was so tiny that it couldn't be heard.
A dove was sitting on the tree hanging over the water. She saw the ant struggling and quickly nipped off a leaf and let it fall into the water. The ant climbed upon it and floated down the river until the leaf was washed upon the bank of the river.
The ant called out in its tiny voice. 'Thank you, kind dove, you have saved my life", but of course the dove couldn't hear him.
Several days after ward, the dove was again sitting on the tree, a hunter crept carefully up to the tree. His gun was pointed at the dove and he was about to shoot, when he was bitten in the leg by an ant.
He cried out with pain and dropped his gun. This frightened the dove, and she flew away. "thank you, kind ant" cooed the dove. The ant heard it and happy that he could help her.
1. Why did the hunter cry out with pain?
A. His gun was dropped down.
B. His gun was exploded.
C. His leg was bitten by the ant.
D. His head was bitten by the dove.
2. What is the main idea of the fourth paragraph?
A. The dove saved the ant's life.
B. The ant called the dove.
C. The ant was thankful to the dove.
D. The dove couldn't hear the ant.
3. What does the text (generally) tell us about?
A. The ant and the dove.
B. The ant near the river.
C. The dove on the tree.
D. The hunter and the dove.
4. What can we learn from the story?
A. Thanking each other for kindness is dangerous.
B. Helping each other is the best way in life.
C. Supporting each other in the crime.
D. Sharing each other, making wealthy life.