The Story Of The Tortoise And The Hare

The Story Of The Tortoise And The Hare. But the hare slept on very peacefully; And when at last he did wake up, the tortoise was near the goal.

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“i could dance round you all the way.”. “i have never yet been beaten,” said he, “when i put forth my full speed. Yes, replied the tortoise, and i get there sooner than you think.

The Fox Who Was Considered The Wisest Among Animals Was Chosen As The Referee For The Race.

The hare ran across a field as fast as he could. “i have never yet been beaten,” said he, “when i put forth my full speed. Slow and steady wins the race.

In This Story, The Hare Had Lost The Race.

All the animals agreed that. “i have never been beaten,” said he, “when i go full speed. One day, tortoise and hare are going to play games with their friends.

The Tortoise’s Accepted The Challenge.

The only way to reach that town was to cross it by boat. Yes, replied the tortoise, and i get there sooner than you think. “it is rather absurd,” he said, “to race with a tortoise.”.

The Hare Was Very Proud Of His Fast Speed And Often Laughed At The Tortoise Slowness.

The hare and the tortoise story with moral lesson. “that is a good joke,” said the hare; The hare soon leaves the tortoise behind and, confident of winning, takes a nap midway through the race.

“I Could Dance Round You All The Way.”.

The foremost factor you must hold on to is that the race to victory is not always swift and easy. Hare wants to run to join their friends. Once a tortoise and a hare entered a race.