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Cerita Kelinci dan Kura-kura dalam Bahasa Inggris

Banyak versi cerita fabel kelinci dan kura-kura. Raphael’s Library mempunyai satu buku berbahasa Inggris yang memuat cerita ini. Judul bukunya : More Fables of Aesop, diceritakan kembali dan diilustrasikan oleh Jack Kent.

Buku ini berisi beberapa fabel Aesop. Cerita kelinci dan kura-kura ini salah satunya. Berikut ini ceritanya :

The Hare and The Tortoise

The hare teased the tortoise about being so pokey.
“I’ll get where I’m going as surely as YOU do!” said the tortoise.
“But I get where I’m going FASTER,” said the hare.
The fox suggested they run a race to settle the  argument.
The hare laughed so hard at the idea that it made the tortoise angry.
“I’ll race you and I’ll WIN” the tortoise said.
The race had hardly begun before the speedy hare was out of sight.
 
cerita kelinci dan kura-kura
The hare was so sure of himself that he lay down by the side of the path to take a short nap.
The tortoise kept plodding slowly along.
The hare woke up just in time to see the tortoise cross the finish line and win the race.
Slow and steady wins the race.
 
cerita kancil dan kura-kura

Ceritanya pendek dengan bahasa Inggris yang cukup sederhana. Cukup mudah dibaca anak-anak atau diceritakan kembali oleh orangtua /guru.

Raphael’s Library masih mencari versi lain dari cerita ini….

Untuk cerita-cerita fabel lain dalam bahasa Inggris, silakan kunjungi post yang ini : More Fables of Aesop,  Di sana ada cerita Rubah dan Bangau, Burung Gagak yang mau minum, Semut dan Belalang, dan lain-lain. Semua dalam bahasa Inggris.

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5 comments on “Cerita Kelinci dan Kura-kura dalam Bahasa Inggris

  1. Pingback: More Fables of Aesop « Raphael's Library

  2. Hilya Abadina
    April 30, 2013

    thanks

  3. ori
    June 18, 2013

    trimakasih

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This entry was posted on November 27, 2012 by in Children fiction, English Books and tagged , , , .
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