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1. Reading: Illustration, Animal, Hat, Cat, Stock photography, Photograph, Vector graphics, Cartoon, Graphics, Picture frame, Fictional character, Drawing, Royalty-free, Fotosearch, -or "I smell a Rat!", -Ellen Weber, 2019, Based 
on the classic 
fairy tale by
Hans Christian 
Andersen, The Emperor's New Clothes
2. Questions: Text, Illustration, Art, Animal, Hat, Design, Clip art, Luggage & bags, Product, Cartoon, Line, Fictional character, Pillow, Product design, Behavior, Human behavior, Comics, organized clipart, Many years ago, there was an Emperor who loved new clothes. He spent all his money on new clothes. He did not take care of his soldiers, or the people of his empire. The only time he went out was to show off his new clothes.
3. Questions: Text, Organism, Illustration, Stock photography, Image, Photograph, Vector graphics, Cartoon, Photography, Animated cartoon, Fictional character, Adaptation, Fiction, Drawing, Royalty-free, Comics, Building, Sketch, Window, Residential area, One day, two bad fellows came into town, telling everyone they were weavers. They said they could make the most beautiful cloth in the world, and the cloth was magic. It would be invisible to anyone who was not smart enough for their jobs.
4. Questions: Text, Illustration, Animal, Cat, Product, Cartoon, Line, Photo caption, Animated cartoon, Fictional character, Fiction, Character, Humour, Human behavior, Comics, Rat, Pattern M, cartoon rat, "I must have a suit of this wonderful cloth! Immediately!" cried the Emperor. He gave the weavers a lot of money to get started.
5. Questions: Text, Font, Illustration, Product, Cartoon, Line, Furniture, Adaptation, Character, Carnivores, Behavior, Human behavior, Christmas eve, Pattern M, So the weavers set up their tools and pretended to work very hard. Day after day they pretended to make clothes for the Emperor. The Emperor was getting very impatient to see his new clothes.
6. Questions: Text, Illustration, Animal, Hat, Canidae, Dog, Cat, Mammal, Cartoon, Animated cartoon, Fictional character, Human behavior, Comics, Owl, Pattern M, The Emperor could not go to see for himself. If he could not see the clothes, everyone would know he was not smart enough to be Emperor. He decided to send one of the members of his royal court, the smartest and wisest.
7. Questions: Text, Illustration, Animal, Tail, Canidae, Dog, Cat, Mammal, Cartoon, Line, Photo caption, Furniture, Adaptation, Human behavior, Winter, Playing in the snow, Pattern M, The tricky weavers asked him if he didn't think it was the most beautiful cloth he had ever seen. But the wisest man in the Emperor's court did not see any cloth. If he told the Emperor that he could not see it, the Emperor would think he was not smart enough to do his job at court. So he told the Emperor that it was the most magnificent cloth he had ever seen.
8. Questions: Text, Font, Illustration, Animal, Fauna, Cat, Cartoon, Line, Bird, Adaptation, Behavior, Human behavior, Infant bed, Pattern M, Every few days, the Emperor sent another member of court to check on the weavers. Each time, they saw no cloth, but told the Emperor they had. No one wanted to admit they could not see the cloth.
9. Questions: Text, Font, Illustration, Animal, Hat, Design, Cat, Mammal, Product, Cartoon, Photo caption, Furniture, Adaptation, Human behavior, Christmas eve, Rat, cartoon rat, Then one day the Emperor could wait no longer. He took his most trusted member of court and went to see this magnificent cloth for himself. He could see nothing on the loom, but he dare not say so, or everyone would think he was not smart enough to be the Emperor. He proclaimed it to be the most beautiful and magical cloth in the empire.
10. Questions: Text, Font, Illustration, Animal, Mammal, Cartoon, Line, Fictional character, Character, Behavior, Human behavior, Christmas eve, Christmas Day, Rat, Snow, Winter, Snowman, Playing in the snow, cartoon rat, The weavers told the Emperor they would need more money to turn the magical cloth into a new suit for him. Then they pretended to cut and sew. They even called the Emperor in for a fitting.
11. Questions: Text, Illustration, Art, Animal, Design, Cat, Clip art, Product, Cartoon, Line, Photo caption, Fictional character, Fiction, Humour, Behavior, Human behavior, Comics, organized clipart, All the people in the empire had heard about this magnificent suit and kept asking when they would see it. Finally, the weavers said it was finished. The members of the Emperor's court planned a huge parade for all the people to see the Emperor's new clothes.
12. Questions: Text, Organism, Illustration, Animal, Mammal, Cartoon, Line, Animated cartoon, Adaptation, Fiction, Character, Humour, Human, Behavior, Human behavior, Comics, So the Emperor paraded through town, followed by the members of the court. They all pretended they could see the Emperor's clothes, when he was really quite naked except for his crown. The people of town were shocked, but no one said a word until a little child said, quite loudly ..., Mommy,
the Emperor
has no clothes!
13. Questions: Illustration, Animal, Tail, Cartoon, Line, Animated cartoon, Fictional character, Fiction, Character, Carnivores, Parallel, Behavior, Human behavior, Comics, Snout, Pattern M, All the people started laughing at the Emperor, and he realized he had been a fool. He yelled for the guards to arrest the weavers, but they were already on their way out of town with the Emperor's gold.
14. Questions: Font, Visual arts, Illustration, Art, Animal, Hat, Canidae, Sporting Group, Cartoon, Wallpaper, Behavior, Human behavior, Damask, Pattern M, damask background, The        End

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