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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #13870: An aboriginal myth
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    An aboriginal myth


    Complete the text with verbs in present or past tense or future.



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    This (to be) a story of Gulaga, our sacred mountain. Gulaga (to have) two sons: Barranguba and Najanuga. Barranguba (to be) the elder. He (to want) to leave home. He (to ask) his Mum if he (can) move away to go out into the sea and (to watch) the fish and whales. Najanuga (to see) his big brother (to go) and (to ask) Gulaga : ' Mum, mum, can I (to go) out too? I (to be) big. I (to be) grown up. I (to want) to go out and (to watch) the fish and the whales too'. She (to say) 'No, son. You (to be) too little. If you (to go) out there, you (to get) swallowed up by Gadu, the sea. I (to put) you down right here so I (can) watch you and you can (to watch) your brother out in the ocean'. So he (to stay) there, watching his brother while under the eye of his mother. He (to become) the little mountain that we (to call) 'Mummy's little boy'.







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