Reading Practice Question Grade 3 English Language and Arts - Skill Builder + ACT Aspire Rehearsal

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Read the story and answer the question.

The famous Greek storyteller, Aesop, told two fables in which a fox was the main character. In one, the hungry fox wants the tasty piece of cheese that a crow is eating in the branch high above him. The fox tells the crow that she is very beautiful. He tells her that he wonders whether her voice is as beautiful as her outward appearance. When the crow shows off her voice with a loud caw, the cheese falls out of her beak, and the fox eats it.

In the other fable, the hungry fox is trying to get a bunch of grapes that hang high above his head. No matter how he tries, he can’t reach the grapes. “Oh, well,” says the fox as he walks away. “They were probably sour anyway.”

Based on these two stories, what kind of character did Aesop think a fox was?