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Words in a story
Hello my dear friends. Welcome to lesson number 30 storytelling Bible zoo.
Like every story we’re going to use all of these essential twelve words we learned in this lesson and they’re really interesting actually story.
As I told you before one of the best way to realize understand the words is to understand them in story.
So this story is about bibles.
So guys please focus on try to understand these words in this story.
One of the most popular tales of the Bible depicts the great flood that destroyed every mortal except Noah and his family and the animals on his ark.
Should there be a repetition of that disaster, there is one place where all the biblical animals are already gathered.
The man to be commended for this novel collection is Professor Aaron Shulov, a zoologist at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel.
Professor Shulov appointed himself a committee of one to search out the 130 creators mentioned in the Old Testament.
Among the occupants of this actually and this zoo are crocodiles, camels, apes peacocks, deer, foxes, and sheep, some of whom had to be imported from other lands.
They are settled in a suitable quarters on a twenty-five acre site in Jerusalem.
Visitors to the zoo not only get to view and feed the animals, but they are also treated to quotes from Bible verses that encourage the study of the Good Book and teach morality amidst the wedding of the ducks and wailing of the wolves.
Not surprisingly, the children have the final word at a spatial corner of the zoo called The Garden of Eden, where animals cubs roam freely, attracting the attention of hundreds of youngsters who visit daily.
This is the end of the story and as you can see we use all of these essential nice words in this interesting story.
If you have problems understanding some parts of the story I suggest to come back and read it again.
You can write down your own a story. You can send it to me and you can have my correction.