The Boy Who Cried Wolf/ Peter & the Wolf
There was once a young shepherd herde boy. He tended his sheep vallade (vaktade) sina får at the foot of a mountain berg near a dark forest mörk skog. He felt lonely ensam. So he thought tanke up a plan to get a little company sällskap and some excitement spänning.
He rushed down towards the village by calling out, “Wolf varg! Wolf!" The villagers came to help him scare away skräma bort the wolf. But there was no wolf. He had tricked lurade them.
Some of people stayed to talk with him for a while. This pleased the boy so much (he liked it) that a few days afterwards senare he tried the same trick. Again the villagers came to his help. But shortly after this kort därefter a wolf actually faktiskt did come out from the forest, and threatened the sheep.
The boy of course cried out “Wolf! Wolf!” — still louder than before. But this time the villagers, who had been fooled hade luras twice två gånger before, thought trodde the boy was again deceiving them lurades igen. Nobody stirred rörde sig ur fläcken to come to his help. So the wolf made a good meal off the boy’s flock hjord.
When the boy complained klagade, the wise man of the village said:
“A liar lögnare will not be believed trodde. Even when he speaks the truth sanning.”