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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #16325: Snow-White
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    English exercise "Snow-White" created by lili73 with The test builder
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    Snow-White, known in French Blanche-Neige, is a tale Jacob et Wilhelm Grimm. It deals a young girl who was prettier than the queen, her step-mother. So the queen told one of her men to take Snow-White the woods and kill her. But killing the girl, the man let her go. After running a long time, she arrived at a little house but she didn't find anyone inside . She was so tired she fell asleep. When the seven dwarfs came home,she told them her sad story, which made them cry. As soon as the queen learnt Snow-White was alive, she went to see her and offered her a poisoned apple. But the queen's cruelty, the story ended well since a prince kissed Snow-White back to life. He married her the queen disappeared and was never seen again .

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