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Russian national
tale "The turnip"
Grandpa planted a turnip.
The turnip grew bigger and bigger. Grandpa came to pick the
turnip, pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up!
Grandpa called Grandma.
Grandma pulled Grandpa,
Grandpa pulled the turnip.
They pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up!
Granddaughter came.
Granddaughter pulled Grandma, Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the
turnip. They pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up!
The doggy came. Doggy pulled Granddaughter,
Granddaughter pulled Grandma, Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the
turnip. They pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up!
A kitty came. Kitty pulled doggy, Doggy pulled Granddaughter, Granddaughter
pulled Grandma, Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the turnip. They
pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up!
A mouse came. The mouse pulled kitty, Kitty pulled doggy, Doggy pulled
Granddaughter pulled Grandma, Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the
They pulled and pulled and pulled the turnip up!
The end
Sound - Nicole Cabe (USA)
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