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Narrative Teks Enchanted Fish dan terjemahan serta moral valuenya

Enchanted Fish


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There once was a fisherman who lived with his wife in a small hut close by the seaside. The fisherman used to go fishing every day. One day, as he sat in his boat with his rod, looking at the sparkling waves and watching his line, all of a sudden his float was dragged away deep into the water. He quickly started to reel in his line and managed to pull out a huge fish. “Wow! This will feed us for days.” Much to his surprise, the fish started to talk and said, “Pray, let me live! I am not a real fish; I am an enchanted prince. Put me in the water again, and let me go! Have mercy o' kind fisherman.” The astonished fisherman quickly threw him back, exclaiming, “I don't want to hurt a talking fish! Go on! Go where you came from.”

Suatu saat ada seorang nelayan yang hidup dengan istrinya di sebuah gubuk kecil dekat dengan laut. Nelayan tersebut biasa pergi memancing setiap hari. Suatu hari, ketika duduk di kapalnya sambil memegang kail dan melihat ombak yang berkilau dan menatap senarnya, tiba tiba pelampungnya tertarik ke dalam air. Dia dengan segera memulai untuk menarik senarnya dan berusaha untuk mengangkat ikan yang besar. “ Wow! Ini akan mampu buat makanan kami selama berhari hari.” Akan tetapi sesuatu membuatnya terkejut, ikan tersebut mulai berbicara dan mengatakan, “ mohon, ijinkan saya untuk hidup! Saya bukan ikan sungguhan; saya adalah pangeran yang terkena sihir. Lepaskan saya ke dalam air lagi, dan biarkan saya pergi! Bermurah hatilah o Nelayan yang baik.” Nelayan yang sedang kaget tersebut melempar ikannya lagi, sambil mengatakan. “saya tidak ingin menyakiti seekor ikan yang dapat berbicara! Pergilah! Pergilah ke tempat asalmu.”

When the fisherman went home to his wife, he told her everything that had happened and how, on hearing it speak, he had let it go again. “Didn't you ask it for anything?” said the wife. “No, I didn't, what should I have asked for?” replied the fisherman.

Ketika nelayan tersebut pulang ke rumah dan menemui istrinya, dia mengatakan apa saja yang telah terjadi dan sekrang, karena mendengar, dia melepaskannya lagi.” Tidakkah kamu memintaapapun padanya?” kata sang istri. “ tidak. Saya tidak tahu apa yang harus saya pinta?” jawab sang nelayan.
“I am surprised you don't realize what you should have asked for. We live very wretchedly here, in this nasty dirty hut. We are poor and I am so miserable. You should have asked for a nice cozy cottage. Now go back and ask the fish that we want a snug little cottage”, said his wife

“ saya terkejut kamu tidak menyadari apa yang seharusnya kamu pinta. Kita tinggal ditempat ini, dalam gubuk kumuh ini. Kita ini miskin dan sangat menyedihkan. Kamu seharusnya meminta sebuah rumah yangbagus. Sekarang kembali dan mohon pada ikan bahwa kita ingin sebuah rumah yang nyaman”, kata sang istri.

The fisherman wasn't sure about this but he still went to the seashore, sat in his boat, went to the middle of the sea and said:

Nelayan tersebut tidak yakin tentang hal ini akan tetapi dia pergi ke pantai, duduk di kapalnya, pergi ke tengah laut dan mengatakan “

“O enchanted beautiful fish!
Hear my plea!
My wife wants not what I want,
and she won't give up till she has her own will,
so come forth and help me!”

oh ikan jelmaan yang cantik!
Dengar permohonanmu!
Istriku menginginkan apa yang tidak aku inginkan,
Dan dia tidak menyerah hingga dia mempunyai apa yang dia inginkan,
Jadi datang dan bantu saya!”

The fish immediately came swimming to him, and said, “Well, what is her will? How can I help your wife?” “Ah!” said the fisherman, “she says that when I had caught you, I ought to have asked you for something before I let you go. She does not like living in our little hut, and wants a snug little cottage.” “Go home, then,” said the fish, “She is already in the cottage!” So the fisherman went home, and saw his wife standing at the door of a nice trim little cottage. “Come in, come on in! Look at the beautiful cottage we have.” Everything went fine for a while, and then one day fisherman's wife said, “Husband, there is not enough room for us in this cottage, go back to the fish and tell him to make me an emperor.” “Wife,” said the fisherman, “I don't want to go to him again. Perhaps he will be angry. We ought to be happy with what the fish has given us and not be greedy.” “Nonsense!” said the wife; “The fish will do it very willingly, I know. Go along and try!” With a heavy heart the fisherman went to the middle of the sea and said:

Ikan tersebut segera berenang mendatanginya, dan mengatakan, “ baik, apa keinginannya? Bagaimana saya dapat membantu istrimu?” “ ah!” kata sang nelayan, “ dia mengatakn bahwa ketika saya menangkapmu, saya seharusnya memintamu sesuatu sebelum saya melepaskanmu. Dia tidak suka tinggal di gubuk kecil kami, dan ingin sebuah rumah yang nyaman.” “ pulanglah,” kata sang ikan,” dia sudah berada dalam rumah!” sehingga si nelayan tersebut pulang ke rumah, dan melihat istrinya berdiri di pinturumah yang indah. “ masuklah, masuklah! Lihatlah rumah cantik yang kita punya.” Segala sesuatu perjalan dengan baik untuk sementara, pergilah kembali ke ikan dan katakanpadanya untuk membuatkanku sebuah kekaisaran.” “ istriku,” kata sang nelayan, “ saya tidak ingin pergi ke sana lagi. Mungkin dia akan marah. Kita seharusnya sudah senang dengan apa yang diberikannya dan tidak rakus.” “ tidak mungkin!” kata sang istri; “ ikan akan melakukannya dengan senang hati, saya tahu. Pergilah dan cobalah!” dengan berat hati nelayan pergi ke tengah laut dan mengatkan:

“O enchanted beautiful fish!
Hear my plea!
My wife wants not what I want,
and she won't give up till she has her own will,
so come forth and help me!”

“oh ikan jelmaan yang cantik!
Dengarkan permohonanku!
Istriku menginginkan apa yang tidak aku inginkan,
Dan dia tidak akan menyerah hingga dia memiliki apa keinginannya,
Jadi datang dan bantu saya!”

“What would she have now?” said the fish. “Ah!” said the fisherman, “she wants to be an emperor.” “Go home,” said the fish; “She is an emperor already.”

“ apa yang dia inginkan sekarang?” kata si Ikan. “ ah!” kata si nelayan, “ dia ingin menjadi kaisar.” “ pulanglah,” kata si Ikan; “ dia telah menjadi kaisar.”

So he went home and he saw his wife sitting on a very lofty throne made of solid gold, with a great crown on her head full two yards high. And on each side of her stood her guards and attendants in a row. The fisherman went up to her and said, “Wife, are you an emperor?” “Yes”, said she, “I am an emperor.” “Ah!” said the man, as he gazed upon her, “What a fine thing it is to be an emperor!” “Husband,” said she, “it is good to be an emperor.” They were happy for a while

Sehingga dia pergi ke rumah dan dia melihat istrinya duduk di singgasana megah terbuat dari emas murni, dengan mahkota berada di kepalahnya setinggi dua kaki. Dan disebelahnya berdiri beberapa pengawal dan pelayan dalam barisan. Si Nelayan menemuinya dan mengatakan,” istriku, apakah kamu seorang kaisar?” “ Ya” “ saya seorang kaisar.” “ ah” kata sang nelayan, ketika dia menatap istrinya, “ apakah menyenangkan menjadi seorang kaisar!” “ suamiku,” katanya, “ sungguh menyenangkan menjadi seorang kaisar.” Mereka bahagia untuk sementara.


Then a time came when she was not able to sleep all night for she was thinking what she should ask next. At last, as she was about to fall asleep, morning broke, and the sun rose. “Ha!'” thought she, as she woke up and looked at it through the window, “after all I cannot prevent the sun from rising.” At this thought she was very angry, and wakened her husband, and said, “Husband, go to the fish and tell him I must be Lord of the sun and the moon.” The fisherman was half asleep, but the thought frightened him so much that he fell out of the bed. “Alas, wife!” said he, “cannot you be happy with being such a  powerful emperor?” “No,” said she, “I am very uneasy as long as the sun and the moon rise without my permission. Go to the fish at once!” “I don't think this is a good idea,” said the fisherman but his wife wouldn't listen to him. “ Why don't you just go and ask the fish to make me the Lord of everything,” she said.


Kemudian tiba suatu masa ketika istri nelayan tersebut tidak dapat tidur sepanjang malam karena bingung apa yang akan dia pinta lagi, ketika dia akan tertidur, pagi menjelang, dan sang surya pun naik. “ Ha!” pikirnya, ketika dia bangun dan menatap matahari melalui jendela, “ saya belum bisa menghentikan matahari dari terbitnya.”mengetahui ini dia menjadi sangat marah, dan membangunkan suaminya, dan mengatakan, “ suamiku, pergilah ke si Ikan dan katakan padanya saya harus menjadi tuan dari matahari dan bulan.” Si Nelayan tersebut sangat mengantuk akan tetapi ide tersebut menakutinya  sehingga dia jatuh dari kasurnya. “ aduh, istriku!” katanya, “ tidakkah kamu senang dengan menjadi seorang kaisar yang berkuasa?” “ tidak” jawab sang istri, “ saya sangat gelisah selama matahari dan bulan terbit tanpa seijinku. Segeralah pergi ke Ikan!” “ saya rasa ini adalah ide yang buruk,” kata nelayan akan tetapi istrinya tidak pernah mendengarkannya. “ mengapa kamu tidak pegi dan meminta ikan untuk menjadikan saya tuan segala hal,” kata sang isteri.

Then the man went shivering with fear. As he was going down to the shore a dreadful storm arose. The trees and the very rocks shook and the sky became black with stormy clouds. There were great black waves, swelling up like mountains with crowns of white foam upon their heads. Unfortunately the fisherman did not have any choice, so he got onto his boat and rowed to the middle of the sea and cried out as loud as he could:

Kemudian laki laki tersebut merasa ketakutan. Ketika dia akan ke pantai sebuah petir yang mengerikan menyambar. Tumbuhan dan batu bergetar dan langit menjadi hitam dengan awan yang berkilat cahaya. Ada sebuah ombak hitam besar, menggulung seperti gunung dengan bagian atas berwarna putih. Malangnya si nelayan tidak mempunyai pilihan lain, sehingga dia naik ke perahunya dan berlayar menuju ke tengah laut dan berteriak sekeras mungkin.

“O enchanted beautiful fish!
Hear my plea!
My wife wants not what I want,
and she won't give up till she has her own will,
so come forth and help me!”

“oh ikan jelmaan yang cantik!
Dengarkan permohonanku!
Istriku menginginkan apa yang tidak aku inginkan,
Dan dia tidak akan menyerah hingga dia memiliki apa keinginannya,
Jadi datang dan bantu saya!”

“What does she want now?” said the fish. “I am truly ashamed of my wife's greed but I can't do anything. She wants to be Lord of the sun and the moon. “Go home,” said the fish, “to your small hut.” And it is said that they live there to this very day.


apa yang dia inginkan sekarang?” kata si Ikan. “ saya sungguh malu atas kerakusan istri saya akan tetapi saya tidak dapat melakukan apa apa. Dia menginginkan untuk menjadi tuan dari Matahari dan bulan. “ pergilah ke rumah,” kata sang Ikan, “ ke rumah kecilmu.” Dan inilah yang menurut orang menjadikan mereka tinggal seperti sekarang ini


moral value the enchanted fish



pesan moral atau Moral Value dalam the enchanted fish adalah kita tidak boleh rakus, never be a greedy person. 

1. Do not behave greedy for something
2. should be grateful for what you have owned




Soal dan jawaban dan pembahasan cerita Enchanted Fish


1. Did the fisherman like asking the fish for wishes? How did he feel about it? Do
you think he could have done something else instead of going back to the fish
again and again?

yes, He did. he did not like it. No, he could not.

2. The story doesn't reveal how the prince was turned into a fish. What do you
think might have happened?

I think that a witch cursed him to the fish. 

3. Do you think the prince will stay a fish forever?

No, I do not 

4. What happened at the end of the story? Please describe?

at the end of the story the fisherman and his wife were poor, because she was very greedy.

5. Why did the fisherman's wife keep asking her husband to go back to the fish?

Because she never felt satisfied


6. What do you think of fisherman's wife? Do you feel sorry for her? Or do you
feel angry with her? Discuss.

I think she is very greedy, I feel angry with her because she never satiesfied 

7. If you had a chance to rewrite the story, how would the story end? Write your
ending of the story.

I would  write that the wife knew that she is too greedy so their lived would be better. 

8. Imagine you are the fish in the story. Can you narrate the story from his point
of view?
Yes, I cn

9. What lesson did you learn from this story?


 do not be greedy person


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