Table of Contents
- 1 What is the moral lesson of the monkey and the turtle story?
- 2 What is the moral lesson in the Ilocano epic Biag ni Lam Ang?
- 3 What is likely the lesson taught by the monkey and the crocodile?
- 4 Where did the story happen in the turtle and the monkey?
- 5 What did the turtle do to the monkey?
- 6 Who was the author of the monkey and the turtle?
What is the moral lesson of the monkey and the turtle story?
What is the lesson of the monkey and the turtle? The moral lesson of the story is that you are not greedy. Don’t be greedy, better to give than to retrieve, we need to share what we have with others, and God will bless us more.
What is the moral lesson in the Ilocano epic Biag ni Lam Ang?
Explanation: The moral of the epic is that life is full of trials and problems; one must be strong and must accept this reality. Lam-ang is a great person because he has a supernatural power that he use to help other people around him. He do anything just to win the heart of the woman he loves.
What is likely the lesson taught by the monkey and the crocodile?
The clever monkey told him that he would gladly give up his heart to save the life of the crocodile’s wife, but he had left his heart behind in the rose apple tree. He told the crocodile to tell his wicked wife that she had married the biggest fool in the world. Moral: Don’t underestimate yourself.
Where did the story happen about the turtle and the monkey?
The Monkey and the Turtle is considered the first children’s folktale in the Philippines. Its author is unknown but its story has been passed around the Philippines for centuries, according to Rizal.
What is the theme of the fable The Tortoise and the monkey?
The theme of the story is: ” The weak but the cunning can be alot stronger than the powerful. One shouldn’t be daunted by the apparent strength of a stronger foe, and instead, use ones intellect and unity.” Also Know, what is the plot of the story the monkey and the turtle?
Where did the story happen in the turtle and the monkey?
What did the turtle do to the monkey?
The turtle, tired of the Monkey and his foolishness, went and brought some thorns. “The monkey is surely going to come down this way,” the turtle smiles and places the thorns around the trunk of the banana tree. And when the Monkey climbs down the tree after filling his stomach, his feet fall on the thorns.
The Monkey and the Turtle is considered the first children’s folktale in the Philippines. Its author is unknown but its story has been passed around the Philippines for centuries, according to Rizal. He even illustrated a cover for the story. Jose Rizal’s Illustration of ‘The Monkey and the Turtle’. Photo by WIKIMEDIA COMMONS / Jose Rizal.
How did the monkey and the tortoise meet?
“Let us divide it,” said the tortoise, “and plant each its portion.” They cut it in the middle, and the monkey, as the stronger, took for himself the upper part of the tree, thinking that it would grow quicker for it had leaves. The tortoise, as the weaker, had the lower part, that looked ugly, although it had roots. After some days, they met.
Is there a turtle, a monkey and a banana tree?
This is one version in English of the Philippine folktale about a turtle, a monkey and a banana tree. You can read a slightly different version in Tagalog here. Once upon a time, a tortoise and a monkey found a banana tree floating amidst the waves of a river.