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The Jungle Book is a famous children's fantasy story, which was written by Rudjard Kipling and has already been made into drama, films, television show and others. It is a story about a life of a man's cub named Mowgli, from the first day his parents left him in the middle of the jungle until he had grown up and became a young man. The lives of Father & Mother Wolf changed rapidly when one day, Father Wolf found a naked brown baby who just could walk. The family decided to keep him even though Shere Khan had claimed that the baby was his.The Family of Wolf had a deep hatred towards Shere Khan since they thought that he has broke the Law of the Jungle which forbids every beast to eat Man. Few days after that, the Wolf brought Mowgli to the Wolves' Council to ask thier leader's permission to raise Mowgli. Most of the Wolves didn't agree with him because they thought that he did not belongs to their group except for the Old Baloo and Bagheera , the Black Panther. The Council seemed to take their words because they were very much respected by them. Years after that Mowgli had grown up and became a man.His confrontation with Shere Khan did not ended until one day the Wolves' Council held a meeting to find a replacement for their old leader, Akila.Shere Khan wished that he can be their leader whereas Mowgli felt the needs to obtain his pride.To solve this problem, they were asked to fight and the winner will be the leader.Mowgli had won the fight but he did not kill Shere Khan although he has the opportunity to do it. At the end of the story, Mowgli decided to leave the jungle and went back to the place where he belongs. I think that this story is an interesting story and full of moral values. It is very suitable for kids who interested in fantasy stories. 1st January 2006 1 2
You have to work on your verb tense sequences, for example: Shere Khan wished that he could be their leader ...; or: Mowgli had won the fight but he did not kill Shere Khan although he had the opportunity to do it. And it's better to rephrase some of the sentences in a better way: Years after that Mowgli had grown up and became a man. Years passed and Mowgli had grown up to a man.

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