RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

Rajasthan Board RBSE Solutions for Class 8 English Story Writing Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

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RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

Story एक घटना (incident), गतिविधि (event),
व्यक्तियों (people) आदि का एक विवरण (account) होता है जो यह बताता है कि क्या घटित हुआ, क्यों घटित हुआ व इससे क्या शिक्षा मिलती है। 
How to write a Story (कहानी कैसे लिखें) 
• कहानी, दी हुई outlines के आधार पर व उस ही क्रम में लिखें। 
• कहानी सामान्यत: Past Tense में ही लिखें। कहानी का एक शीर्षक (Heading) पेज के बीचोंबीच लिखें। फिर, एक लाइन का gap छोड़कर, कहानी लिखना आरम्भ करें। 
• कहानी एक या अधिक paragraphs में बना सकते हैं। 
• कहानी के sentences छोटे (short), प्रभावी (effective) व grammatically correct (ग्रैमर की दृष्टि से सही) बनाएँ। 
• Words की correct spellings ही लिखें। 
• कहानी समाप्त होने के बाद एक लाइन छोड़कर
• कहानी का Moral (शिक्षा/सबक) लिखें। 
• कहानी अच्छी Handwriting में लिखें। 

Write a story in about one hundred words with the help of the given outlines.

(1) A Lion and A Mouse 

A lion .........sleeping under a tree .......... a mouse comes .............. starts jumping on lion's body........... wakes up ............ catches ............ gets angry .......... prays for mercy ....... leaves ............ hunter ............ caught in anet ............ roars ............ mouse comes
............ cuts the net .......... freed ........... happy. 
Answer: 
A Lion and A Mouse 
Once a lion was sleeping under a tree in a forest. A mouse came there. It jumped on the lion's body. The lion woke up. He was very angry. He caught the mouse. He wanted to kill it. The mouse said, “You are the king of forest. I am very small and |weak. Please leave me. I shall help you." The lion laughed and set him free. One day the lion was caught in a net. It tried to break the net, but could not. He roared again and again. The mouse came there. It cut the net with its sharp teeth. The lion was free. He was very happy. Moral : Do good and get good.

RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

एक शेर और एक चूहा एक बार एक जंगल में एक शेर, एक पेड़ के नीचे सो रहा था। एक चूहा वहाँ आया। वह शेर के शरीर के ऊपर कूदा। शेर जाग गया। वह बहुत क्रोधित हुआ। उसने चूहे को पकड़ लिया। वह इसे मार डालना चाहता था। चूहे ने कहा-"आप जंगल के राजा हो। मैं बहुत कमजोर और छोटा हूँ। कृपा करके मुझे छोड़ दो। मैं तुम्हारी सहायता करूँगा।" शेर हँसा और चूहे को छोड़ दिया। एक दिन वह शेर एक जाल में फंस गया। उसने जाल को तोड़ने की कोशिश की, लेकिन नहीं तोड़ सका वह बार-बार जोर से दहाड़ा। चूहा वहाँ आया। उसने अपने पैने दाँतों से जाल को काट दिया। शेर आजाद हो गया। वह बहुत प्रसन्न हुआ। शिक्षा : भलाई करो, भला होगा।

(2) A Hungry Fox and a Crow 

A fox...............hungry............... searches ...............crow sitting...............piece of bread in its beak...............thinks of a |plan...............have sweet voice...............a song...............crow opens beak............... bread falls...............for picks it up............... eats...............runs away. 
Answer: 
A Hungry Fox and a Crow 
Once upon a time there was a fox, he was hungry. He was in search of food. He saw a crow sitting in a tree. The crow had a piece of bread in its beak. The fox wanted to get that piece of bread. He thought of a plan. He said to the crow, 'You have a very sweet voice. I Can you sing a song for me.' The crow opened its beak. The piece of bread fell down. The fox picked it up, ate it and ran away. Moral : Beware of the flatterers.

RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

एक भूखा लोमड़ तथा

एक कौआ एक बार एक लोमड़ था। वह भूखा था। वह भोजन की तलाश में था। उसने एक कौए को एक पेड़ में बैठे देखा। कौए की चोंच में रोटी का एक टुकड़ा था। लोमड़ रोटी के उस टुकड़े को लेना चाहता था। उसने एक योजना सोची।। उसने कौए से कहा, "तुम्हारी आवाज बहुत मीठी है। क्या तुम मेरे लिए एक गाना गा सकते हो।" कौए ने अपनी चोंच खोली। रोटी का टुकड़ा नीचे गिर गया। लोमड़ ने इसे | उठाया, खाया और भाग गया। शिक्षा-चापलूसों से दूर रहो।

(3) Two Friends and A Bear 

Two friends .......... going......... forest promise to help............ see a bear............ one climbs up a tree............ the other does not know how to climb............ lies down on the ground ............ bear smells him ............ takes. him for dead ............ goes ............ friend comes down............ asks what did bear say ............ don't rely on false friends............ feels ashamed. 
Answer: 
Two Friends and A Bear
Once upon a time there were two friends. They were going through a forest. They| promised to help each other. After some time they saw a big bear coming towards them. One of the friends ran and climbed up a tree. The other friend did not know how to climb a tree. He lay down on the ground. The bear came to him. It smelled him. It thought that he was dead. So it went away. The other friend came down and asked, "What did the bear say in your ear?" He said that the bear told him never trust a false friend: His friend was ashamed. Moral : Never trust on false friends.

दो मित्र और एक भालू

एक बार दो मित्र थे। वे एक जंगल में होकर जा रहे थे। उन्होंने एक-दूसरे की सहायता करने का वचन दिया। थोड़ी देर बाद उन्होंने एक बड़े भालू को उनकी तरफ आते हुए देखा। एक मित्र दौड़ा और एक पेड़ पर चढ़ गया। दूसरा मित्र पेड़ पर चढ़ना नहीं जानता था। वह जमीन पर लेट गया। भालू उसके पास आया। उसने उसे (मित्र को) संघा। उसने सोचा कि वह मरा हुआ था। इसलिए वह चला गया। दूसरा मित्र पेड़ पर से नीचे आ गया और पूछा-"भालू ने तुम्हारे कान में क्या कहा?" उसने कहा कि भालू ने मुझसे कहा कि झूठे मित्र पर कभी विश्वास मत करो। उसका मित्र शर्मिन्दा हुआ। शिक्षा : झूठे मित्रों पर कभी विश्वास मत करो।

(4) A Hare and a Tortoise 

A hare makes fun. of tortoise..........slow speed..........decide to run race.......... hare runs fast..........takes a nap (sleeps)..........the tortoise goes ahead.........hare wakes up......... runs fast..........loses race. 
Answer: 
The Hare and The Tortoise

Once a hare made fun of a tortoise of his slow speed. The tortoise said that he could defeat him in a race. They decided to run a race. The hare ran fast. He thought that the tortoise was far behind. He took a nap. Mean while the tortoise went ahead. The hare woke up late. He ran fast. He already found the tortoise already at the destination. The hare lost the race. Moral : Slow and steady wins the race.

RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

खरगोश और कछुआ

एक बार एक खरगोश ने एक कछुए का उसकी धीमी गति | के लिये मजाक बनाया। कछुए ने कहा कि वह उसे दौड़ में हरा सकता है। उन्होंने दौड़ लगाने का निश्चय किया। खरगोश तेजी से दौड़ा। उसने सोचा कि कछुआ तो बहुत पीछे था। उसने नींद की झपकी ली। इस ही बीच कछुआआगे निकल गया। खरगोश देरी से जगा। वह तेजी से .दौड़ा। उसने कछुए को पहले ही गंतव्य स्थान पर पहुंचे हुए पाया खरगोश दौड़ हार गया। नैतिक शिक्षा : धीरे किन्तु निरन्तर कार्य करने वाला सफल = होता है।

(5) The Wolf and The Lamb 

The lamb...........a river............a wolf ...... said, "Why are you making the water dirty?"..........wants to kill lamb ........... why did you ने] abuse me last year .......... I wasn't bon .......... must be your father .......... kills the lamb.
Answer: 
The Wolf and The Lamb

Once a lamb was drinking water at a riverbank. A wolf came there. He said to lamb, “Why are you making my water dirty?" The lamb replied that the water was flowing from his side to his (lamb) side. The wolf wanted to kill and eat the lamb. The wolf further said, “Why did you abuse me last year?" The lamb replied that he wasn't born the previous year. Then the wolf said, “It must be your father." With this, he killed the lamb and ate it. Moral : Might is Right.

भेड़िया और मेमना

एक बार एक मेमना एक नदी-किनारे पानी पी रहा था। एक भेड़िया वहाँ आया। उसने मेमने से कहा, "तुम मेरे पानी को गंदा क्यों कर रहे हो?" मेमने ने उत्तर दिया कि पानी तो भेड़िये की तरफ से मेमने की तरफ बह रहा था। भेडिया इस मेमने को मार कर खाना चाहता था। भेड़िए ने आगे कहा, "तुमने पिछले वर्ष मुझे गाली क्यों दी थी?" मेमने ने उत्तर दिया कि पिछले वर्ष तो उसका जन्म भी नहीं हुआ था। फिर भेड़िए ने कहा कि "तो फिर वह अवश्य ही तुम्हारा पिता होगा।" इसके साथ ही उसने मेमने को मार डाला और इसे खा गया। नैतिक शिक्षा : जिसकी लाठी उसकी भैंस।

(6) A Thirsty Crow 

A crow ................ very thirsty ........... flies here and there .......... sees a jug............. little water ......... thinks a plan ......... pieces of stones ....... drops them into the jug .......... water rises up ........ drink water ......... flies away. 
Answer: 
A Thirsty Crow

Once upon a time there was a crow. One day it was very thirsty. It flew here and there in search of water. It saw a jug. There was a little water in it. Its beak could not reach the water. The crow was very clever. He thought of a plan. It brought some pieces of stones. It dropped them into the jug. The water rose up. It drank water. It was very happy. It flew. away after sometime. Moral : Wisdom pays.

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प्यासा कौआ 

एक बार एक कौआ था। एक दिन वह बहुत प्यासा था। वह पानी की तलाश में इधर-उधर उड़ा। उसने एक जग देखा। इसमें थोड़ा पानी था। उसकी चोंच पानी तक नहीं पहुँच सकी। कौआ बहुत चतुर था। उसने एक योजना सोची। वह पत्थरों के कुछ टुकड़े लाया। उसने उन्हें जग में डाला। पानी ऊपर आ गया। उसने पानी पिया। वह बहुत खुश हुआ। कुछ देर बाद वह उड़ गया। शिक्षा : बुद्धिमानी का फल मिलता है।

(7) Union is Strength 

An old farmer ......... four sons ......... always quarrel ....... calls them ........... gives a bundle of sticks ........ asks to break it. none could break ......... ask them to untie ......... each break easily. 
Answer: 
Union is Strength 
Once there was an old farmer. He had four sons. They always quarrelled with one another. He advised them not to quarrel but all in vain. One day the farmer was very ill. He called his sons together. He gave them a bundle of sticks. He asked them to break it. No one could break it. He asked them to untie the bundle. Then the farmer asked the sons to break the sticks. They easily broke the sticks |one by one. Now the farmer said to his sons. "If you live united like the bundle of sticks, no one can harm you. If you quarrel, anyone can harm you." His sons learnt a lesson. They never quarrelled again. The farmer was happy. Moral : Union is strength. ....

संगठन में शक्ति है 

एक बार एक बूढ़ा किसान था। उसके चार पुत्र थे। वे सदैव एक-दूसरे से झगड़ते रहते थे। उसने उन्हें नहीं झगड़ने की |सलाह दी, किन्तु सब व्यर्थ । एक दिन वह किसान बहुत बीमार हो गया। उसने अपने पुत्रों को साथ-साथ बुलाया। उसने उन्हें लकड़ियों का एक बंडल = दिया उसने उनसे इसे तोड़ने को कहा। कोई भी इसे नहीं -तोड़ सका। उसने इस बंडल को खोलने को कहा  फिर|किसान ने अपने लड़कों को लकड़ियाँ तोड़ने को कहा। उन्होंने एक-एक करके सरलता से लकड़ियाँ तोड़ दीं। अब किसान ने अपने लड़कों से कहा-"यदि तुम लकड़ियों के बंडल की तरह इकट्ठे (संगठित) रहोगे, कोई तुम्हें नुकसान नहीं पहुँचा सकता है। यदि तुम। झगड़ोगे, कोई भी तुम्हें नुकसान पहुंचा सकता है।" उसके लड़कों ने एक शिक्षा ली। वे फिर कभी भी नहीं झगड़े। किसान प्रसन्न हुआ। शिक्षा : संगठन में शक्ति है।

RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

(8) A Bee and A Dove

A bee .......... very thirsty .......... drinks water in a pond ......... falls into water being drowned ........... a dove drops a leafl .......... the bee saved ......... a hunter aiming to kill the dove .............. the bee sees .............. stings on the arm ......... aim missing .............. dove flies ............. life saved. 
Answer: 
A Bee and A Dove 

Once a bee was very thirsty. It saw a pond. It flew there. It drank water there. But it fell into the water. It was about to drown. A dove was sitting in a tree. It saw the bee and dropped a leaf. The bee came on the leaf. The bee was saved. One day a hunter came to the forest. He saw the dove. He was aiming at the dove to kill it. The bee saw it. It sturig on the arm of the hunter. The aim was missed. The dove flew away. The dove's life was saved. Moral : Do good and get good.

एक मधुमक्खी और एक कमेड़ी 

एक बार एक मधुमक्खी बहुत प्यासी थी। उसने एक पोखर| देखा। वह वहाँ उड़कर गई। इसने वहाँ पानी पीया। किन्तु यह पानी में गिर गई। यह डूबने ही वाली थी। एक कमेड़ी। एक पेड़ पर बैठी हुई थी। इसने मधुमक्खी को देखा और एक पत्ते को गिरा दिया। मधुमक्खी पत्ते पर आ गई। मधुमक्खी बच गई। एक दिन एक शिकारी जंगल में आया। उसने कमेड़ी को देखा। वह कमेड़ी को मारने के लिए निशाना लगा रहा था। मधुमक्खी ने इसे देखा। उसने शिकारी की भुजा पर डंक मार दिया। निशाना चूक गया। कमेड़ी उड़ गई। कमेड़ी की जिन्दगी बच गई। शिक्षा : भलाई करो, भला होगा।

(9) An Elephant and A Tailor 

An elephant .............. goes daily to a lake ............... passes a tailor's shop ......... gets something to eat ......... one day the tailor pricks a needle .......... elephant angry ............ throws dirty water in the shop .......... clothes dirty .......... tailor punished. 
Answer: 
An Elephant and A Tailor 

Once upon a time there was an elephant. It went daily to a lake to drink water. It passed by a tailor's shop. The tailor daily gave it something to eat. The elephant was very happy with the tailor. One day the tailor did not give it anything to eat. He pricked a needle on his trunk. The elephant was very angry. It went to the lake. It drank water. It filled its trunk with dirty water. The elephant came to the shop of the tailor. It threw dirty water into the shop. The clothes in the shop became dirty. The tailor was punished. He was very sad. Moral : Tit for tat.

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एक हाथी और एक दर्जी

एक बार एक हाथी था। वह रोजाना एक झील पर पानी पीने जाता था। वह एक दर्जी की दुकान से होकर गुजरता था। दर्जी उसे रोजाना कुछ चीज खाने को देता था। हाथी दर्जी से बहुत खुश था। एक दिन दर्जी ने हाथी को खाने को कुछ नहीं दिया। उसने उसकी सूंड में सुई चुभो दी। हाथी बहुत क्रोधित हुआ। वह झील पर गया। उसने पानी पीया। उसने अपनी सूंड को गन्दे पानी से भर लिया। हाथी दर्जी की दुकान पर आया। उसने गन्दा पानी दुकान में फेंका। दुकान में जो कपड़े थे वे गन्दे हो गये। दर्जी को सजा मिली। वह बहुत दु:खी था। शिक्षा : जैसे को तैसा।

(10) A Greedy Dog 

A dog ......... very greedy ........... butcher's shop .......... piece of bone ......... goes over the bridge ........ water stream ......... Sees its |reflection ......... thinks it is another dog ........... wants to get his piece ....... barks at him ........... piece falls ......... sad.
Answer: 
A Greedy Dog 

Once upon a time a dog was very hungry. It I went here and there in search of food. It found a piece of bone near a butcher's shop. There was a water-stream. There was a bridge over the water-stream. It was: crossing the bridge. The dog saw its reflection in the water. The dog thought that - it was another dog with a piece of bone. The dog was greedy. It wanted to take it also. It began to bark at him. Its piece fell into the water. It was very sad. Moral : Greed is a curse.

RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

एक लालची कुत्ता एक बार

एक कुत्ता बहुत भूखा था। वह भोजन की तलाश में इधर-उधर गया। उसे कसाई की दुकान के पास हड्डी का एक टुकड़ा मिला। वहाँ पानी का एक नाला था। नाले के ऊपर एक पुल था। वह पुल को पार कर रहा था। कुत्ते ने अपनी परछाईं पानी में देखी। कुत्ते ने सोचा कि हड्डी का टुकड़ा लिये हुए यह दूसरा कुत्ता था। कुत्ता लालची था। वह इसे भी लेना चाहता था। वह उसकी तरफ भौंका। इसका टुकड़ा पानी में गिर गया। वह बहुत दु:खी हुआ। शिक्षा : लालच बुरी बला है।

(11) A Clever Cap-seller

A capseller........from village to village....... reaches a village..........tired........ puts his basket down.........goes to sleep ......... monkeys........come down and take away .........wakes up........does not find ............ looks. ........... think ............ throws his cap ........... monkeys do .......... collects ......... goes away ....... is very happy..........
Answer: 
A Clever Cap-seller 
Once upon a time there was a cap-seller. He went from village to village to sell his caps. Once he reached a village and got very tired. He put his basket down and went to sleep under a tree. There were some monkeys on the tree. The monkeys came down and took away the caps. After sometime the capseller woke up. He did not find the caps. He looked up. He saw the monkeys with his caps. He thought of a plan. He put on a cap. The monkeys did the same. He threw his cap onto the ground. The monkeys also did the same. He collected the caps and went away. He was very happy. Moral : Never lose heart.

एक चतुर टोपी-विक्रेता

एक बार एक टोपी विक्रेता था। वह गाँव-गाँव अपनी टोपियाँ बेचने जाता था। एक बार जब वह एक गाँव पहुँचा तो बहुत थक गया। उसने अपनी टोकरी नीचे रखी और पेड़ के नीचे सो गया। वृक्ष पर कुछ बंदर थे। बंदर नीचे आये और उसकी टोपियाँ ले गये। थोड़ी देर के पश्चात् टोपी विक्रेता जाग गया। उसे अपनी टोपियाँ नहीं मिलीं। उसने ऊपर देखा । उसने बंदरों को अपनी टोपियों के साथ देखा। उसने एक योजना सोची। उसने अपनी टोपी पहनी। बंदरों ने भी ऐसा ही किया। उसने अपनी टोपी जमीन पर फेंकी। बंदरों ने भी ऐसा ही किया। उसने टोपियाँ एकत्र की। वह चला गया। वह बहुत प्रसन्न था। शिक्षा : कभी हिम्मत मत हारो।

(12) An Honest Wood-cutter 

A poor wood-cutter ..... go .......... cut wood........ his axe falls ......... the river ....... cries |for help ....... god of water appears ....... brings out a golden axe ............ then a silver one ......... refuses ....... brings the real axe .......... accepts .......... god pleased ......... gives him all axes ........ wood-cutter happy.
Answer: 
An Honest Wood-cutter
Once upon a time there was a poor wood cutter. He went to cut wood everyday. One day he was cutting wood near a river. Suddenly his axe fell into the river. He began to weep and cried for help. The god of water appeared. He brought a golden axe. The woodcutter refused to take it. Then the god brought a silver axe. He asked the woodcutter to take the axe. 

RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

He refused to take it also because it was not his axe. Then the god of water brought his real axe. He asked the woodcutter to take it. He accepted it. The god was pleased with his honesty. He gave all the three axes to the woodcutter. He was very happy and thanked the god. Moral : Honesty is the best policy.

एक ईमानदार लकड़हारा

एक बार एक गरीब लकड़हारा था। वह प्रतिदिन लकड़ी काटने जाता था। एक दिन वह नदी के निकट लकड़ी काट रहा था। अचानक उसकी कुल्हाड़ी नदी में गिर गई। वह रोने लगा और सहायता के लिए चिल्लाया। जल-देवता प्रकट हुआ। वह सोने की एक कुल्हाड़ी लाया। लकड़हारे ने इसे लेने से मना कर दिया। फिर देवता चाँदी की एक कुल्हाड़ी लाया। उसने लकड़हारे से उस कुल्हाड़ी को लेने को कहा। उसने उसे भी लेने से मना कर दिया क्योंकि वह उसकी कुल्हाड़ी नहीं थी। फिर जल-देवता उसकी असली कुल्हाड़ी लाया। उसने लकड़हारे से इसे लेने के लिये कहा। उसने इसे ले ली। जल-देवता उसकी ईमानदारी पर बहुत खुश हुए। उसने तीनों कुल्हाड़ियाँ उसे दे दीं। वह बहुत प्रसन्न हुआ और देवता को धन्यवाद दिया। शिक्षा : ईमानदारी सबसे अच्छी नीति है।

(13) The Hungry Fox and the Grapes 

A fox .......... very hungry ......... goes in a vineyard ....... ripe grapes, ............ jumps again and again .......... cannot catch them ........ goes away .......... says, “Grapes are sour." 
Answer: 
The Hungry Fox and the Grapes

Once upon a time there was a fox. One day it was very hungry. It went here and there in search of food. It went to a vineyard. It saw a bunch of ripe and sweet grapes. It was happy. It wanted to eat them. But the bunch was high. The fox could not reach it. It jumped at it again and again. It was tired. It could not catch them. It went away. It said, "The grapes are sour." It was very sad. Moral : Grapes out of reach said to be sour.

भूखी लोमड़ी/लोमड़ और अंगूर

एक बार एक लोमड़ी थी। एक दिन वह बहुत भूखी थी। वह भोजन की तलाश में इधर-उधर गई। वह अंगूरों के एक बगीचे में गई। उसने पके हुए और मीठे अंगूरों का एक गुच्छा देखा। वह प्रसन्न हुई। वह उन्हें खाना चाहती थी। किन्तु गुच्छा ऊंचा था। लोमड़ी उन तक नहीं पहुंच सकी। वह इसकी ओर बार-बार कूदी। वह थक गई। वह उनको नहीं पकड़ सकी। वह चली गई। उसने कहा, "अंगूर खट्टे हैं।" वह बहुत दुःखी हुई। शिक्षा : हाथ नहीं आने वाले अंगूरों को खट्टा बताया जाता

(14) A Greedy Man and A Hen

A man .......... greedy .......... having a hen .......... one golden egg ....... daily ........ man not satisfied ........ wants all the eggs .......... | kill it ......... cut the hen ........ nothing found ......... repents ......... sad. 
Answer: 
A Greedy Man and A Hen

Once upon a time there was a man. He was very greedy. He had a wonderful hen. It laid a golden egg daily. He was not satisfied with one golden egg daily. He wanted to have all the eggs. He thought of a plan. He wanted to kill it. He brought a sharp knife. He was very | happy. He cut the stomach of the hen. He found nothing. There was no egg in the stomach of the hen. He repented very much. He was very sad. Moral : Greed is a curse.

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एक लालची आदमी और एक मुर्गी

एक बार एक आदमी था। वह बहुत लालची था। उसके पास एक आश्चर्यजनक मुर्गी थी। वह रोजाना सोने का एक अण्डा देती थी। वह रोजाना सोने के एक अण्डे से सन्तुष्ट नहीं था। वह सभी अण्डे प्राप्त करना चाहता था। उसने एक योजना सोची। वह उसे मार डालना चाहता था। वह एक तीखा चाकू लाया। वह बहुत खुश था। उसने मुर्गी का पेट काट दिया। उसे कुछ नहीं मिला। वहाँ मुर्गी के पेट में कोई अण्डा नहीं था। वह बहुत पछताया। वह बहुत उदास था। शिक्षा : लालच बुरी बला है।

(15) A Shepherd Who Lied 

A shepherd boy ............ takes sheep to fields ............. cries 'wolf, wolf, help' .......... villagers run .......... see no wolf ........... laughs at them .......... angry and return ........... after some days ........... a wolf comes ............ boy cries again and again ............ no one comes ............ wolf kills the boy. 
Answer: 
A Shepherd Who Lied Once there was a shepherd boy. He took sheep to fields every day. One day he cried, "Wolf, wolf, help." The villagers ran and came there. They saw no wolf. The boy laughed at them. They were very angry and returned. After some days a wolf came there. The boy cried again and again for help. No one came. The wolf killed the boy. Moral : Once a liar always a liar.

एक गडरिया जो झूठ बोला एक बार एक गडरिया लड़का था। वह प्रत्येक दिन भेड़ों को मैदान में ले जाता था। एक दिन वह चिल्लाया"भेड़िया, भेड़िया, सहायता करो।" गाँव वाले दौड़े और वहाँ आये। उन्होंने वहाँ भेड़िया नहीं देखा। लड़का उन पर हँसा। वे नाराज हुए और वापस लौट गये। . कुछ दिनों के बाद एक भेड़िया वहाँ आया। लड़का सहायता के लिए बार-बार चिल्लाया। कोई नहीं आया। भेड़िये ने लड़के को मार डाला।। शिक्षा : एक बार का झूठा सदैव का झूठा। 

(16) A Wise Farmer 
Or
The Hidden Treasure 

An old farmer..............four sons...........lazy ........ farmer ............ ill .......... thinks of a plan ...........calls sons............. tells a treasure hidden in the field ........... dig ........ farmer dies .......... sons dig .......... no treasure sad ........ advises .......... neighbours ......... sons ....... crop .......... understand .......... works hard ........ become rich..............
Answer: 
A Wise Farmer/Hidden Treasure

Once upon a time there was an old farmer. He had four sons. They were very lazy. The farmer was very sad. Once the farmer fell very ill. He thought of a plan. He called his sons together. He told them that there was a treasure hidden in the field. They should dig the field and get the treasure. After sometime the farmer died. His sons dug the field. But they did not find any treasure. They were very sad. Their neighbours advised the sons to sow the field. They did so. The crop was very good. They understood the meaning of their father's words. They worked hard in life. They became very rich. They were happy. Moral : Work is worship.

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एक बुद्धिमान किसान/छुपा खजाना

एक बार एक बूढ़ा किसान था। उसके चार पुत्र थे। वे बहुत आलसी थे। किसान बहुत दु:खी. हुआ। एक बार वह किसान बहुत बीमार हो गया। उसने एक योजना सोची। उसने अपने पुत्रों को बुलाया। उसने उनसे कहा कि उसके खेत में खजाना छिपा हुआ पड़ा है। उन्हें खेत को खोदना चाहिए और खजाना प्राप्त कर लेना चाहिए। कुछ समय बाद उस किसान की मृत्यु हो गई। उसके पुत्रों ने खेत को खोदा। किन्तु उन्हें खजाना नहीं मिला। वे बहुत उदास हुए। उनके पड़ोसियों ने लड़कों को सलाह दी कि वे खेत बो दें। उन्होंने ऐसा ही किया। फसल बहुत अच्छी हुई। वे अपने पिता के शब्दों का अर्थ समझ गये। उन्होंने अपने जीवन में कठिन परिश्रम किया। वे बहुत धनी हो गये। वे खुश थे। शिक्षा : काम ही पूजा है।

(17) A Fox and A Crane 

A fox and a crane ...........invites ........... crane to........... dinner ........... serves milk ........... in plate........... crane...........not eat ........... long beak ........... next day........... crane invites .......... fox ........... serves ...........dinner ...........in jug ...........fox ...........not drink......... crane............drink herself.........
Answer: 
A Fox and A Crane 
Once there lived a fox and a crane in a forest. They were friends. One day the fox invited the crane to dinner. The crane went there. The fox served milk in a plate. The crane had a long beak. So it could not take anything. It. was sad. It came back. The next day the crane invited the fox. It served milk in a jar. The fox could not drink the milk. But the crane drank it itself. The fox was sad. It came back. The crane was happy. Moral : Tit for tat.

एक लोमड़ी/लोमड़ और 

एक सारस एक बार एक लोमड़ी और एक सारस एक जंगल में रहते थे। वे मित्र थे। एक दिन लोमड़ी ने सारस को रात्रि भोजन पर बुलाया। सारस वहाँ गया। लोमड़ी ने एक प्लेट में दूध परोसा  सारस की चोंच लम्बी थी। इसलिए वह कुछ भी नहीं ले सका। वह दु:खी हुआ। वह वापस लौट आया। अगले दिन सारस ने लोमड़ी को निमन्त्रित किया। उसने ‘एक जग में दूध परोसा। लोमड़ी दूध नहीं पी सकी। लेकिन सारस ने स्वयं दूध पी लिया। लोमड़ी दु:खी हुई। वह वापस लौट आई। सारस खुश हुआ। शिक्षा : जैसे को तैसा।

(18) A Donkey And The Load of Salt 

A salt merchant.......a donkey......carries salt........ stream.......all of a sudden...... falls down........salt washed away........finds the bag light ........ feels happy ........ trick ........merchant thinks of a plan........next day, ......... puts cotton ........ repears the trick ........heavy........beats........ sad.
Answer: 
A Donkey And The Load of Salt 

Once a salt-merchant had a donkey. He carried salt on it from village to village One day they were crossing a stream. All of a sudden the donkey slipped and fell down. About half of the salt was washed away. The donkey got up. It found the bag light. It was very happy. It learnt a trick. It repeatedly did so. The merchant thought of a plan to teach it a lesson. Next day he put a bag of cotton on its back. While crossing the stream it repeated the trick. Because of water the cotton-load became very heavy. It could not walk easily. The merchant beat it. It was very sad. Now it left its habit. The merchant was happy. Moral : Tit for tat.

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एक-गधा और नमक का बोझ 

एक बार एक नमक-व्यापारी के पास एक गधा था। वह इस पर एक गाँव से दूसरे गाँव को नमक ले जाता था। एक दिन वे एक नाला पार कर रहे थे। अचानक गधा फिसल गया और गिर गया। लगभग आधा नमक घुल गया। गधा उंठा। उसे बोझ हल्का लगा। वह बहुत खुश हुआ। उसने एक चालाकी सीख ली थी। यह अब बारंबार ऐसा करने लगा। व्यापारी ने इसे सबक सिखाने के लिए एक योजना सोची। अगले दिन उसने कपास का एक बोरा उसकी पीठ पर रखा। नाले को पार करते समय उसने अपनी चालाकी दोहराई। पानी के कारण रुई का वजन बहुत अधिक हो गया। वह सरलता से चल नहीं सकता था। व्यापारी ने इसे पीटा। वह बहुत दु:खी हुआ। अब इसने अपनी आदत छोड़ दी। व्यापारी खुश हुआ। शिक्षा : जैसे को तैसा।

(19) The Hare and The Lion 

A lion ........... jungle ........... kills many animals ........... go to the lion ........... request ........... wants one ........... every morning ........... agree ........... hare's turn ........... thinks to punish ........... reaches late ............. lion becomes angry ........... wants to kill ........... takes to a well ........... looks reflection ........... jumps into well ........... drown ........... happy. 
Answer: 
The Hare and The Lion

Once there lived a lion in a jungle. It used to kill many animals. All the animals went to the lion to request for mercy. The lion wanted one animal every morning. They agreed to it. One day it was a hare's turn. It thought to punish the lion. It reached the lion's cave very late. The lion became angry. The hare said that it was stopped by an another lion. The lion wanted to kill the other lion. The hare took it to a well. In the well the lion looked its own reflection. It jumped into the well. It was drowned and died. All the animals of the jungle were happy. Moral : Wisdom is power.

खरगोश और शेर एक बार 

एक जंगल में एक शेर रहता था। वह बहुत से जानवरों को मारा करता था। सभी जानवर शेर के पास दया की प्रार्थना करने गये। शेर प्रतिदिन सुबह एक जानवर चाहता था। वे इसके लिए सहमत हो गये। एक दिन एक खरगोश की बारी थी। उसने शेर को सजा देने की सोची। वह शेर की गुफा में बहुत देरी से पहुंचा। शेर क्रोधित हुआ। खरगोश ने कहा कि उसे एक अन्य शेर ने रोक लिया था। वह शेर उस दूसरे शेर को मार डालना चाहता था। खरगोश उसे एक कुएँ पर ले गया। कुएँ में शेर ने अपनी परछाई देखी। वह कुएँ में कूद गया। वह डूबकर मर गया। जंगल के सभी जानवर खुश हुए। शिक्षा : बुद्धि ही बल है।

Rearrange Sentences 

परीक्षा में एक प्रश्न Story से सम्बन्धित कुछ Sentences के Rearrange करने से सम्बन्धित पूछा जा सकता है आपके अभ्यासार्थ इसी प्रकार के प्रश्न यहाँ दिये जा रहे हैं

Question 1. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) The crow was very thirsty. 
(ii) There was a pot under a tree. 
(iii) Once upon a time, there was a crow. 
(iv) It flew here and there in search of water.
(V) There was some water in the pot. 
Answer:
(i) Once upon a time, there was a crow.
(ii) The crow was very thirsty.
(iii) It flew here and there in search of water. 
(iv) There was a pot under a tree.
(v) There was some water in the pot. 

Question 2.
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events
(i) Some pigeons were caught in the net. 
(ii) They decided to fly with the net. 
(iii) Once a hunter spread a net in a forest. 
(iv) The rats cut the net. 
(v) The pigeons flew to their friends rats. 
Answer:
(i) Once a hunter spread a net in a forest. 
(ii) Some pigeons were caught in the net. 
(iii) They decided to fly with the net. 
(iv) The pigeons flew to their friends..sats.
(v) The rats cut the net. 

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Question 3. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) There was a hungry fox. 
(ii) He praised the crow for his sweet voice. 
(iii) He saw a piece of bread in a crow's beak.
(iv) He took the piece of bread and ran away. 
(v) The foolish crow opened his beak and the bread fell down. 
Answer:
(i) There was a hungry fox.
(ii) He saw a piece of bread in a crow's beak. 
(iii) He praised the crow for his sweet voice. 
(iv) The foolish crow opened his beak and the bread fell down. 
(v) He took the piece of bread and ran away. 

Question 4.
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) The lion woke up. 
(ii) Suddenly a rat came there. 
(iii) It jumped on the lion's body. 
(iv) He wanted to kill it. 
(v) Once a lion was sleeping under a tree. 
Answer:
(i) Once a lion was sleeping under a tree. 
(ii) Suddenly a rat came there. 
(iii) It jumped on lion's body. 
(iv) The lion woke up. 
(v) He wanted to kill it. 

Question 5.
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) The crow had a piece of bread in its beak. 
(ii) He asked the crow to sing. 
(iii) He saw a crow on the branch of a tree. 
(iv) Once a fox was very hungry. 
(v) He praised the crow for its sweet song. 
Answer:
(i) Once a fox was very hungry.
(ii) He saw a crow on the branch of a tree. 
(iii) The crow had a piece of bread in its beak. 
(iv) He praised the crow for its sweet "song.
(v) He asked the crow to sing.

RBSE Class 8 English Story Writing

Question 6.
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) They promised to help each other. 
(ii) The other friend lay down on the ground. 
(iii) After some time they saw a big bear coming to them. 
(iv) Once upon a time there were two friends. 
(v) One of the friends ran and climbed up a tree. 
Answer:
(i) Once upon a time there were two friends. 
(ii) They promised to help each other. 
(iii) After some time they saw a big bear coming to them. 
(iv) One of the friends ran and climbed up a tree. 
(v) The other friend lay down on the ground. 

Question 7. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) The hare was very proud of his high speed. 
(ii) At last the tortoise reached his destination early. 
(iii) Once there were a tortoise and a hare in a forest. 
(iv) They decided to run a race. 
(v) The tortoise challenged him to defeat him in the race. 
Answer:
(i) Once there were a tortoise and a hare in a forest. 
(ii) The Hare was very proud of his high speed. 
(iii) The tortoise challenged him to defeat him in the race. 
(iv) They decided to run a race. 
(v) At last the tortoise reached his destination early. 

Question 8.
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events :
(i) Once a lamb was drinking water at a river bank.
(ii) The lamb replied that the water was flowing from his side. 
(iii) He said to lamb, "Why are you making my water dirty? 
(iv) A wolf came there.
(v) The wolf further said, "Why did you abuse me last year?" 
Answer: 
(i) Once a lamb was drinking water at a river bank 
(ii) A wolf came there. 
(iii) He said to lamb, "Why are you making my water dirty? 
(iv) The lamb replied that the water was flowing from his side. 
(v) The wolf further said, "Why did you abuse me last year?''.

Question 9. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) He gave them a bundle of sticks to break. 
(ii) They always quarrelled with one another. 
(iii) No one could break it. 
(iv) He advised them not to quarrel but all in vain. 
(v) Once a farmer had four sons. 
Answer:
(i) Once a farmer had four sons. 
(ii) They always quarrelled with one another. 
(iii) He advised them not to quarrel but all in vain. 
(iv) He gave them a bundle of sticks to break. 
(v) No one could break it. 

Question 10. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) The bee began to drown. 
(ii) Once a bee fell into the water of a pond. 
(iii) A dove saved it with the help of a leaf. 
(iv) A hunter came to the forest and aimed at the dove. 
(v) The bee stung on the arm of the hunter to save the dove.
Answer:
(i) Once a bee fell into the water of a pond. 
(ii) The bee began to drown. 
(iii) A dove saved it with the help of a leaf. 
(iv) A hunter came to the forest and aimed at the dove.
(v) The bee stung on the arm of the hunter to save the dove. 

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Question 11. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) The tailor gave it something to eat. 
(ii) It went to a lake to drink water everyday. 
(iii) The elephant was very happy with the tailor. 
(iv) Once upon a time there was an elephant. 
(v) It passed by a tailor's shop. 
Answer:
(i) Once upon a time there was an elephant. 
(ii) It went to a lake to drink water everyday. 
(iii) It passed by a tailor's shop. 
(iv) The tailor gave it something to eat. 
(v) The elephant was very happy with the tailor. 

Question 12. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) The dog saw its reflection in the water. 
(ii) It had a piece of bread in its mouth. 
(iii) Once a dog was crossing a bridge over a stream. 
(iv) It thought that it was another dog with a piece of bread. 
(v) It opened its mouth to snatch the other bread. 
Answer:
(i) Once a dog was crossing a bridge over a stream. 
(ii) It had a piece of bread in its mouth. 
(iii) The dog saw its reflection in the water.
(iv) It thought that it was another dog with a piece of bread. 
(v) It opened its mouth to snath the other bread. 

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Question 13. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) Soon he fell in a sound sleep. 
(ii) He went from village to village to sell his caps. 
(iii) Some monkeys came down the tree and took away his caps. 
(iv) Once upon a time there was a capseller. 
(v) One day he was very tired, so he sat under a tree to take rest. 
Answer:
(i). Once upon a time there was a capseller. 
(ii) He went from village to village to sell his caps. 
(iii) One day he was very tired, so he sat under a tree to take rest. 
(iv) Soon he fell in a sound sleep. 
(v) Some monkeys came down the tree and took away his caps. 

Question 14. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) His axe fell into the river. 
(ii) The god of water appeared. 
(iii) He brought a golden axe. 
(iv) He wept and cried for help. 
(v) Once a woodcutter was cutting wood near a river.
Answer: 
(i) Once a woodcutter was cutting wood near a river. 
(ii) His axe fell into the river. 
(iii) He wept and cried for help. 
(iv) The god of water appeared.
(v) He bought a golden axe. 

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Question 15. 
Rearrange the following sentences according to the time of events : 
(i) It saw a bunch of ripe grapes on a vine. 
(ii) The fox could not reach it. 
(iii) Once a fox was very hungry. 
(iv) But the bunch was very high. 
(v) It went in search of food.
Answer:
(i) Once a fox was very hungry.
(ii) It went in search of food. 
(iii) It saw a bunch of ripe grapes on a vine. 
(iv) But the bunch was very high. 
(v) The fox could not reach it.

 

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Last Updated on June 8, 2022, 5:40 p.m.
Published June 8, 2022