1st Year NotesEnglish class 9th

Try, Try Again Story for 9th Class and First Year

Try, Try Again Story for 9th Class and First Year

Story For Brilliant Students

Once, in a parched land, a thirsty crow scoured the skies and earth in search of water. His journey was relentless, but he remained undeterred. After a while, he stumbled upon a pitcher, partially filled with water, just out of reach.

The crow refused to give in to despair. Instead, he devised a clever plan. He flew to a nearby hill, picked up a pebble with his beak, and dropped it into the pitcher. He repeated this process, one pebble after another, until the water level gradually rose to the brim. Eventually, the crow could quench his thirst and fly away content.

Moral:

  1. Try, try again until you succeed.
  2. Necessity is the mother of invention.
  3. Where there is a will, there is a way.
  4. God helps those who help themselves.

Story For Average Students

In a scorching hot day, a thirsty crow searched desperately for water. His efforts seemed in vain until he spotted a pitcher. Inside, a bit of water gleamed, but just out of reach. Undeterred, the crow devised a clever plan. He flew to a nearby hill, grasping a pebble in his beak. With precision, he dropped it into the pitcher. Again and again, he repeated the process, until the water level rose to the brim. Finally, his thirst was quenched, and he flew away.

Moral:

  1. Perseverance leads to success.
  2. Innovation arises from necessity.
  3. Determination finds a way.
  4. Self-help is the best help.

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