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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It back to way. The man called it again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The feel of death came over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Handson creek. They would take care of him. He feels strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow, he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers or feet. Yet, he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well he decided he might is well take it like a man. There were worth ways to die.

The man closed his eyes and floated into most comfortable sleep he had ever known. The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally the dog moved closer to the man. And caught the smell of death. The animal through back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned, and ran toward Handson creek. Were it knew there was food and fire?

You have just heard the American story called to build a fire. It was written by Jack London, and adapted for special English by Donald Sankdas. Your story teller was Harry Moroar. For VOA special English this is Saple Neal.
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The weekly special English program------American stories.

Our story today is called to build a fire.It was written by Jack London.Here is _____with the story.

The man walked down the trial and a cold day ,pure white snow and ice covered the earth for as far as he could see.This was his first winter in

Alaska.He was wearing heavy clothes and fur boots.But he still felt cold and uncomfortable.The man was on his way to a camp near

Handerson Crik.His friends were already there.He expected to reach the Handerson Crick by 6'o clock that evening.It would be dark by then.His

friends would have a fire and hot food ready for him.A dog walked behind the man.It was a big----animal,half dog and half wolf.The dog didn't like

the extreme cold.He knew the weather was too cold to travel.The man continued to walk down the trial.He came to a frozen stree called Indian

Crick.He began to walk on the snow covered ice.It was trail that would lead him straight to Handerson Creek and his friends.As he walked,he

looked carefully at the ice in front of him.Once he start suddenly then walked around a part of the frozen stream.He saw that undergound's spring

flowed under the ice at that spot.It made the ice thin,If he stepped there,he might break the flew ice into a poor water.To get his boots wet in such

cold weather might___.His feet would turn to ice quickly.He could freeze to death.at about 12'o clock the man decided to start to eat his lunch.He

took off the glove on his right hand.He opened his jacket and shirt and pulled out his bread and meat.This took him less than 20 seconds.Yet his

fingers began to freeze.He hit his hand against his leg several times until he felt a sharp thing.Then he quickly put his glove on his hand.He made a

fire begining with small pieces of wood and adding larger ones.He sat on a snow covered log and ate his lunch.He enjoyed the warm fire for a few

miniutes then he stood up and started warking on the frozing streem again.A half hour later it happened at the place where the snow seemed

very solid the ice broken,the man'feet sank into the water.It was not deep but his legs got wet to the knees.The man was angry the accident

would delay his arrival at the camp.He would have to build a fire to dry his clothes and boots.He walked over to some small trees.They were

covered with snow.In their branches were pieces dry grass and wood left by flood waters earlier in the year.He put several large pieces of the

wood on the snow under one of the trees .On the top of the wood he put some grass and dry branches he put off gloves and took out his

matches and lit the fire.He____his young flame with more wood as the fire flew strong he gave it larger pieces of the wood.He worked slowly

and carefully at 6 degree below the zero.A man with a wet feet was not fail in his first attempt to build a fire.While he was working his blood had

capt all parts of his body warm.Now that he had to stop,cold was forcing his blood was dry deeper into his body.His wet feet has frozen he could

not feel his fingers.His nose was frozen too.The scan all over his body felt cold.Now however his fire was begining to burn more strongly.He was

safe.He sat under the tree and thought all men in the--- banks.The old man had told him but no man should travel along in the ----when the

temperature was six degrees below zero.Yet,here he was.He had had an accident.He was alone.And he had to save himself.He had to build a

fire.Those all the old man were weak.he thought.A real man could travel alone if a man stayed calm,he would be all right.The man's boots were

covered with ice.The streams on his boots was hard as a steel.He would have to cut them with his knife.He leaned to the back against the tree

to take out his knife.Suddenly without warning by heavvy mass of snow dropped down.His movement had shaken the young tree only a tiny beat.

But this wasn't enough to cause the branches to the tree to drop their heavy load.The man was shut.He sat and looked the place where the fire

had them.The old man had been right.If he had another man with him,he would be any danger now.The other man could build the fire.Well,It was

up to him to build the fire again.This time he must not fail.The man collected more wood,he reached into his pocket for the matches.But his

fingers was frozen.He could not hold them.He began to hit his hands with all his force against his legs.After a while feeling came back to his

fingers.The man reached again into his pocket for the matches.But tremendous cold quickly draw the life out of his fingers.All the matches fell

onto the snow,he tried to pick one up.But failed.The man put on his glove again____hand against his leg.The he took the gloves off both hands.
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He called to the dog, the dog heard danger in the man’s voice, it backed away, the man called again, this time the dog came closer, the man reached for his knife, but he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers, he could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife, the feel of death came over the man, he jumped up and began to run, the running began to make him feel better, maybe running would make his feet warm, if he ran far enough he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek, they would take care of him, he felt strange to run not feel his feet when they hit the ground, he fell several times, he decided to rest a while, as he lay in the snow, he noticed that he was not shaking, he could not feel his nose or fingers or feet, yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable, he realized he was going to die.

Well he decided he might as well take it as a man , there were worse ways to die, the man closed his eyes, and float into the most comfortable sleep he had ever know, the dog sat facing him waiting, finally the dog moved closer to the man, and caught the smell of death, the animal threw back its head, it let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky ,and then it turned, and ran toward Henderson Creek, where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American story called "To Build A Fire". It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Donna D. The storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shop O'Neal.

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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death come over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would made his feet warm. If you ran far enough. He would reached his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when he hit the groud. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow. He noticed that he was not shaking. He could not fell his noses or fingers or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized that he was going to die. Well. He decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known. He dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where It knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American Story called 'To build a fire'. It was written by Jack London.And adapted for special engliah by Donna Desintise. You story teller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English. This is Shark O'neal.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man’s voice. It backed away. The man called again.this time the dog came closer.the man reached for his knife,but he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers.he could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife.the fear of death came over the man.he jumped up and began to run..the running began to make him feel better.maybe running would make his feet warm.if he run far enough he would reach his friends at the Hendersom Greek.they would take care of him.
He felt strange to run and not felt his feet when they hit the ground.he fell sereval times .he decided to rest for a while.as he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking.he could not feel his nose,or fingers, or feet.yet,he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to died.well, he decided he might as well take it like a man.there were worse ways to died.the man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known
The dog sat facing him, waiting .finally,the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death.the animal through back his heat.it let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky.and then it turned and ran to Hendersom Greek for it knew there was food and the fire.
You have just heard the American’story of “to build a fire” .it was writing by Jack London.and adapted for Special English by Donna Desintise.the storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English,this is Shep o’neal.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard the danger in the man's voice. It backed to wait, the man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his life, but he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog, because he could not hold his life.
The fear of death came over the man, he jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he could reach his friends **, they would take care of him. It felt strange to run and not feel his feet when he hit the ground. He failed several times, he decided to rest for a while.
As he laying in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm, and comfortable. He realized that he was going to die. While he decided, he might well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes, and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had never known. The dog sad facing him, waiting. Finally the dog moved closer to the man, cut the smell of death. The animal threw back its head, it let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward HC, where it knew there was food and fire.
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He called to the dog, the dog heard danger in the man’s voice. It backed to way, the man called again. This time the dog came close. The man reached for his knife, but he had forgotten that he could not bent his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The feel of the death came from the man.

He jumped up and began to run. The running began making feel better, maybe running would make its feet warm. If you run far enough he would reach his friend at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him. He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when he hit the ground. He fail several times, he decided to rest a while, as lay in the snow he noticed he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable.

He realized he was going to die. Well he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were ways to die, the man closed his eyes, and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man, and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back his head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. Then it turned and ran toward Henderson quick where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard The American Stories called To Build a Fire. It was written by Jack London, and adapted for special English by Donna Desintise. Your story teller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O’Neal.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man’s voice. It back away. The man called again. This time, the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife, but he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The feel of death came over the man. He jumped up, and began to run. The running began to make him fell better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If you ran far enough, you would reach his friend as Handison Crick, they would take care of him. He felt strange to run not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow, he noticed he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feel quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well, he decided, he lighted his will take it like a man. There’s a worse way to die. The man closed his eyes, and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known. The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man, and cot the smell of death. The animal threw back its hit. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. Then, it turned and ran toward Handison Crick. Would it knew, there was food and flier.

You have just heard the American story called To Build A Fire. It was Written by Jack London, and adapted for Special English by D.D. your storyteller was H.M. for VOA Special English, this is S.M.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death come over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would made his feet warm. If you ran far enough. He would reached his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when he hit the groud. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow. He noticed that he was not shaking. He could not fell his nose or fingers or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized that he was going to die. Well. He decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known. He dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek for It knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American Story called 'To build a fire'. It was written by Jack London.And adapted for special engliah by Donna Desintise. You story teller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English. This is Shep O'neal.
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