1 : A man had two dogs: a hound ......... to help him with his sports and another to guard the house.

trained
tutored
brought up
educated

2 : Whenever the hunter came home, he always gave the house dog a large ......... of what he caught.

section
slice
portion
quantity

3 : The hound dog was very ......... about this.

overturned
set up
upturned
upset

4 : He told the house dog he found it very ......... having to do all the hard work.

annoyed
annoying
annoys
annoy

5 : What made things worse, he continued, was that the house dog never ......... part in any of the hunting.

did
put
took
had

6 : All the house dog did was simply to feed himself on the results of the ......... that the hound dog undertook.

exertions
extremes
exercises
excesses

7 : The house dog felt he had to ......... himself in the face of all this criticism.

display
detect
defend
distend

8 : The house dog asked him not to pick on him if he wanted to ......... someone.

accuse
blame
disapprove
fault

9 : The house dog told him to criticize their master who had taught him not how to work but how to ......... on the work of others.

hang
support
attach
depend

10 : The moral of this fable is: you mustn't ......... children for the mistakes of their parents.

reproach
reprieve
repeal
reject

11 : One day a hare looked at a tortoise and ......... the short feet of the tortoise.

laughed
ridiculed
ridiculous
laughter

12 : He also made ......... of the slow pace at which the tortoise travelled.

fun
joke
laugh
funny

13 : The tortoise agreed that the hare ran as fast as the wind but claimed that he could easily ......... him in a race.

strike
hit
beat
knock

14 : It was ......... that the tortoise should choose the course and also the end of the race.

consented
permitted
allowed
agreed

15 : The tortoise never stopped and continued walking at a ......... pace all the time to the end of the race.

steadying
steadied
steady
steadily

16 : The hare shot ahead and then decided to ......... down at the side of the path for a rest.

lay
lie
laid
lain

17 : It wasn't long before the hare fell into a ......... sleep.

profound
steep
deep
full

18 : When he woke up, he couldn't ......... his eyes because there was the tortoise crossing the finishing line.

understand
believe
comprehend
follow

19 : At the end of the race the tortoise, ......... by all his hard work, was quietly slumbering on the line.

destroyed
excavated
exhausted
evacuated

20 : The moral of this fable is: slow but ......... always wins the race in the end.

sure
evident
certain
definite


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