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|The Gingerbread Man
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In the __________________________________ of the story, a little old woman ________________________________ a gingerbread man. When she took him out of the ________________________________, he ran away. The little old woman and her husband, the little old man, ________________________________ the gingerbread man, but they could not catch him. The gingerbread man said, "Run, run, as ________________________________ as you can. You can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread ________________________________."
The gingerbread man passed the pig, who wanted to eat him, but the pig could not ________________________________ him. He passed a hungry cow and then a horse, but the gingerbread man easily ran away and said, "Run, run, as fast as you ________________________________. You can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread man."
When he comes to a river, the gingerbread man stopped -- he could not ________________________________. A sly fox offered to help him across the ________________________________, "I won't eat you," the fox said, "Just hop on my tail." The gingerbread man climbed onto the fox's tail and the fox started to swim across the river. Soon, the fox said, "You are too ________________________________, climb onto my back." So the gingerbread man did. Then the fox said, "You are too heavy, climb onto my nose." So the gingerbread man did. When they reached the riverbank, the fox ________________________________ the gingerbread man into his mouth and ate him. And that was the ________________________________ of the gingerbread man.
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