Thursday, 7 May 2015

Le corbeau et le renard

Le corbeau et le renard
Un corbeau est perche sur la branche d'un arbre. Le corbeau a un morceau de fromage dans son bec. Au pied de l'arbre il y a un renard. Le renard regarde sur l'arbre et il remarque le corbeau. Le corbeau a toujours son morceau de fromage dans son bec. Le renard a faim, mais il n'a rien a manger. Il remarque le morceau de fromage du corbeau. Il desire l'avoir et voici ce qu'il fait pour l'obtenir.

- Bonjour, monsieur le corbeau, dit-il au corbeau.
Le corbeau regarde le renard, mais il ne repond pas, parce qui'il a tourjours son morceau de fromage dans son bec.
Comme vous etes joli! continue le renard, comme vous etes beau! Je suis sur que, si votre voix est aussi belle ue vos belles plumes, vous etes le prince de oiseaux!
A ces mots le corbeau est si content qu'il ouvre son bec bien grand pour montrer sa belle voix. Le morceau de fromage tombe. Le renard le saisit et dit:
Vous etes bien aimable de me donner ce morceau de fromage. Un flatteur, mon cher monsieur, flatte toujours lorsqu'il desire obtenir quelque chose. Cette petite leson merite bien un morceau de fromage, sans doute.
Le corbeau est si confus et si honteux qu'il ne repond pas. Il jure, mais un peu tard, que l'on ne lui jouera plus un tel tour.

The Raven and the fox
A fox is sitting on the tree branch. The fox has a piece of cheese in his beak. Under the tree there was a fox. The fox watches the tree and sees a raven. The raven has his piece of cheese in its beak. The fox is hungry but there is nothing to eat. He notes the piece of raven's cheese. He desired to have it but how can he obtain it.

Good morning, Mr. Raven, he addressed the Raven.
The Raven sees the fox, but he does not respond, because he has a piece of cheese in his beak.
How beautiful you are! continued the fox, how beautiful! I am sure that your voice is also as beautiful as your beautiful feathers. You are the prince of the birds.
Hearing these words the raven is very happy and he opens his beak wide open to show his beautiful voice. The piece of cheese falls down. The fox grabs it and says; You are very friend for giving me this piece of cheese. A flattering, my expensive mr, flatltering always without fail will get you whatever you desire. This little lesson will well deserved for a piece of cheese without doubt.
The raven is confused and does not know what to answer. He swears, but a little later, realises that he has been tricked. 

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