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Grimms' Fairy Tales

Grimms' Fairy Tales


by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales: Quotes (What Was Said) True or False

1. "Flounder, flounder, in the sea, if you're a man, then speak to me. Though I do not care for my wife's request, I've come to ask it nonetheless." This quote appears in -> The Fisherman and His Wife
2. Who says: "But if you will love me and let me be your companion and playmate, and let me sit beside you at the table, eat from your little golden plate, drink out of your little cup, and sleep in your little bed—if you promise me all that, I'll dive down and retrieve your golden ball"? -> The thirteenth wise woman
3. "My mother, she killed me. My father, he ate me." This quote appears in -> "The Juniper Tree"
4. Who must "remain silent for seven years and neither speak nor laugh"? -> Cinderella
5. "Next came the third task, which was the hardest. The king had three daughters who lay asleep, and Simpleton had to pick out the youngest and the loveliest. However, they all looked exactly alike, and the only difference between them was that they had each eaten a different kinds of sweet before falling asleep." This quote appears in -> "The Poor Miller's Apprentice and the Cat"