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Student First Name, Middle Initial(s), Last Name
Institutional Affiliation
Course Number and Name
Instructor's Name Title
Assignment Due Date
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Coming from an extended family seems strange and awkward to many people in most
societies; however, this was different because I enjoyed and gained a lot and even considered it
as the most precious gift I have ever had in this life. Having been born in an extended family
where we could interact freely as a family with our parents, siblings, grandparents, and even our
relatives helped me to get access to the olden tales which we could listen to and gain morals on
how to live happy and successful life in the society.
It was one fantastic evening when we were busy playing the harp in our homestead when
we heard a voice "It's time where are you"! The voice was familiar, and it's when we
remembered that it was story time and we could use the assembly under a big tree to listen to the
sweet stories of the old grandfather. I, together with my brothers' tip-toed to the venue hurriedly.
In a short time, we were there seated, and our grandfather, who we thought would be annoyed,
was happy than the usual days.
The grandfather started and shared a story of three animals that is the hare, elephant, and
hippopotamus, who lived a long time ago in the jungle. The elephant and the hippo were the
more huge animals that lived in the jungle. Due to this reason, there was a scramble for power in
the jungle between two the elephant and the hippo. One day the hare went and asked the elephant
that "Do you agree that hippo is the king of the jungle?" and the elephant was annoyed by the
hare's sentiment and insisted that he is the king of the jungle.
The following morning, he visited the hippo and asked it that "Do you believe that the
elephant is the king of the jungle," and the hippo was also annoyed, so he organized a contest to
prove who was the real king of the jungle. Hare persuaded the hippo that if you will pull an
elephant that lived on bare land in the lake, then you are indeed the king of the jungle and
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informed the elephant that if you pull hippo out of the waters to dry land, then you are indeed the
king of the jungle. So hare set a specific day for the competition and informed both the two
animals, and when the time reached, hare tied the elephant to one side of the rope and the hippo
on the other end.
The two animals began to pull each other while the hare hid in the bush, busy cutting the
rope. After a short time, a loud bang was heard, and the elephant falls with a loud bang "buu"
and broke the trunks. On the other hand, the hippo fell with a loud splash into the water and
broke the limbs. The two animals eventually died after groaning with pain for a long period. The
hare laughed and crowned himself the ruler of the jungle.
After the long story, our grandfather related the story to our real-life situation. He warned
us of being cheeky like the hare that lied to his fellow animals with some hidden intentions,
which he achieves after the elephant and hippo had died. This was the greatest and the most
beautiful part of my life, and through this, I grew up morally upright, knowing how to relate with
people and embracing a happy life.

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1 Student First Name, Middle Initial(s), Last Name Institutional Affiliation Course Number and Name Instructor's Name Title Assignment Due Date 2 Coming from an extended family seems strange and awkward to many people in most societies; however, this was different because I enjoyed and gained a lot and even considered it as the most precious gift I have ever had in this life. Having been born in an extended family where we could interact freely as a family with our parents, siblings, grandparents, and even our relatives helped me to get access to the olden tales which we could listen to and gain morals on how to live happy and successful life in the society. It was one fantastic evening when we were busy playing the harp in our homestead when we heard a voice "It's time where are you"! The voice was familiar, and it's when we remembered that it was story time and we could use the assembly under a big tree to listen to the sweet stories of the old grandfather. I, together with my brothers' tip-toed to the venue hurriedly. In a short time, we were there seated, and our grandfather, who we thought would be annoyed, was happy than the usual days. The grandfather started and shared a story of three animals that is the hare, elephant, and hippopotamus, who lived a long time ago in the jungle. The elephant and the hippo were the more huge animals that lived in the jungle. Due to this reason, there was a scramble for power in the jungle between two the elephant and the hippo. One day the hare went and asked the elephant that "Do you agree that hippo is the king of the jungle?" and the elephant was annoyed by the hare's sentiment and insisted that he is the king of the jungle. The following morning, he visited the hippo and asked it that "Do you believe that the elephant is the king of the jungle," and the hippo was also annoyed, so he organized a contest to prove who was the real king of the jungle. Hare persuaded the hippo that if you will pull an elephant that lived on bare land in the lake, then you are indeed the king of the jungle and 3 informed the elephant that if you pull hippo out of the waters to dry land, then you are indeed the king of the jungle. So hare set a specific day for the competition and informed both the two animals, and when the time reached, hare tied the elephant to one side of the rope and the hippo on the other end. The two animals began to pull each other while the hare hid in the bush, busy cutting the rope. After a short time, a loud bang was heard, and the elephant falls with a loud bang "buu" and broke the trunks. On the other hand, the hippo fell with a loud splash into the water and broke the limbs. The two animals eventually died after groaning with pain for a long period. The hare laughed and crowned himself the ruler of the jungle. After the long story, our grandfather related the story to our real-life situation. He warned us of being cheeky like the hare that lied to his fellow animals with some hidden intentions, which he achieves after the elephant and hippo had died. This was the greatest and the most beautiful part of my life, and through this, I grew up morally upright, knowing how to relate with people and embracing a happy life. Name: Description: ...
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