Oh, what's the matter with you? Can't you see I'm writing? The little rabbit is doing his homework. The little monkey runs by in a hurry and bumps into the rabbit's arm by accident. All he hears is a crash. The pencil makes a long line on the notebook. Sorry, sorry! The little monkey kept saying sorry.
Well, where's my eraser? The little rabbit found the eraser on the desk, but he didn't see it. Then he picked up the book and the book and shook it, but it still didn't work. He turned the pencil case upside down and looked it up again, but it still didn't work. Huh? There seems to be something else just now. How can it be gone after a while? Little rabbit said to himself.
Little stupid bear asked you to borrow the rubber, you ask him! The lamb next to him reminded me.
Hello, little bear, do you have my eraser?
Not at all! This is my eraser. The little stupid bear held up the rubber and replied, "this is my rubber!
Eh, isn't this my eraser? Little rabbit looked at the rubber in little stupid bear's hand and asked, oh, I remember. You asked me to borrow it this morning, but you didn't return it to me.
Who said it's yours? It's mine. Little stupid bear said boldly, you see, there are three words of my name on it, little stupid bear. Don't you know the words? If it's yours, why don't you write your name?
This is my eraser. My father bought it for me yesterday. I know my eraser. The little rabbit looked at the rubber and said firmly.
You have the ability to call it to promise you, that is your rubber. Little bear grabs the rubber and says to the rabbit.
What are you two doing without homework? The goat teacher saw that they were arguing and came over.
Teacher, little stupid bear took my eraser and didn't give it back to me. He said it was his and engraved his name on it. The rabbit saw the goat teacher came, just like saw the Savior, and quickly complained to the goat teacher.
Little stupid bear, is the rubber in your hand really yours? Asked the goat teacher, looking at the rubber in the bear's hand.
Who bought it for you?
No one bought it for me.
No one bought it for you? Goat teacher is also stunned, then where is the rubber in your hand?
Rabbit gave it to me!
No, I just lent him the eraser! The rabbit pleaded immediately.
You gave me the eraser. Isn't it my eraser? The little stupid bear said to the rabbit wrongly, the thing in my hand should be mine, how can you say it's yours?
Oh, the goat teacher was confused by them: then whose rubber was it originally?
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It's mine. It should be mine in my hands. Little stupid bear said, my father said, his own things should be written on the name, so that they will not be confused with other people's things. Teacher, you see, there's my name on it, little stupid bear.
Goat teacher ignored the bear, went straight to the bear's position, picked up the bear's stationery box, handed it to the rabbit, said: rabbit, you take it. Turn around and say to little stupid bear: little stupid bear, now your stationery box is in little rabbit's hand, that is little rabbit's, do you agree?
No, it's mine. Little stupid bear jumped up to grab rabbit's stationery box.
You said that what you have in your hand is yours. Goat teacher said, the pencil case in the rabbit's hand is of course rabbit's.
But the eraser was given to me by little rabbit, but I didn't give her my pencil case! The little stupid bear argued that the thing he gave me was mine!
Little stupid bear, if people lend you something, you should thank others. If you use it well, you should return it to others. Only after you have borrowed and returned it can you borrow something from others. The goat teacher stroked the bear's head and said earnestly, if someone kindly lent you something and you don't return it after using it, who dares to lend it to you again? Think about it. Transposition thinking, if the rabbit took your rubber did not return to you, you will be happy?
Oh, I see. I need to return something I borrowed. I always thought things were in my own hands. Little stupid bear touched his head, gave the rubber to the rabbit and said, rabbit, here you are. thank you.
Goat teacher looked at the front of the students can understand the reason to borrow and return, happy to smile.