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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19130: The farmer and his sons
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    The farmer and his sons

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    When he felt that he had not he wanted to teach his three sons .So he called them to his bedside and said: 'my sons, before I die I want you to know that buried in the vineyard.I don't know the exact spot, but it is there. Promise me when I am dead'. The sons promised and as soon as their father had died . They worked very hard and all the time as they were working they wondered . In their minds they pictured . Soon they had dug up every foot of the ground with their spades, but they found . They were upset. They felt that all their hard work . But then the grapes started to appear on the vines and they were ,and they sold them for a lot of money. Now they understood what their father had meant by the great treasure.

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