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Little Red Riding Hood (Charles Perrault) cloze exercise

Little Red Riding Hood - Charles PerraultThis is an English translation of a fable of the European folk tradition, written down for the first time by Charles Perrault: Cappuccetto Rosso.
Read the story once or twice. Be sure you understand most of it, then make a choice in the various "Select" fields, then click "Show Solutions" to see the correct answer. [If you find the text difficult, you might read the Solutions first, then try the exercise.]

Study the Words to insert:

arrived= arrivò -- came into= entrò -- came by= passò -- ears= orecchie -- enjoyed= gustarono -- his= suo/a -- ill= malato/a -- leads= porta -- met= incontrò -- popped= uscirono -- put on= indossò -- replied= rispose -- sat down= sedettero -- swallowed= ingoiò -- teeth= denti -- then= poi -- to see= vedere -- to take= prendere -- to wait= aspettare -- took= prese -- was= era
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Little Red Riding Hood went to the forest to visit her Granny. She some cake and lemonade in a basket. She a wicked wolf that asked her which path she was taking. She , "I'm taking the path that to my granny's cottage."

While she busy picking flowers to her Granny, the wolf went to the cottage and Granny in one gulp. Then the wolf Granny's cap, got in granny's bed, covered up in blankets, and settled in .

Little Red Riding Hood at the cottage and granny's bedroom. She said, "Granny, what big you have" and the wolf replied "All the better to hear you with, my dear." And so on with Granny's eyes: "All the better you with, my dear" and : "All the better to eat you with, my dear."

The wolf swallowed Little Red Riding Hood and fell asleep. A woodsman while the wolf was still asleep. The woodsman cut the wolf open with ax and out Granny and the little girl. Then the woodsman, Granny, and Little Red Riding Hood all by the fire and cake and lemonade.
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Little Red Riding Hood went to the forest to visit her ill granny. She took some cake and lemonade in a basket. She met a wicked wolf that asked her which path she was taking. She replied, "I'm taking the path that leads to my granny's cottage."

While she was busy picking flowers to take to her Granny, the wolf went to the cottage and swallowed Granny in one gulp. Then the wolf put on Granny's cap, got in granny's bed, covered up in blankets, and settled in to wait.

Little Red Riding Hood arrived at the cottage and came into granny's bedroom. She said, "Granny, what big ears you have" and the wolf replied "All the better to hear you with, my dear." And so on with Granny's eyes: "All the better to see you with, my dear" and teeth: "All the better to eat you with, my dear."

The wolf swallowed Little Red Riding Hood and then fell asleep. A woodsman came by while the wolf was still asleep. The woodsman cut the wolf open with his ax and out popped Granny and the little girl. Then the woodsman, Granny, and Little Red Riding Hood all sat down by the fire and enjoyed cake and lemonade.