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How Much?

complete the story One day Gopu was returning home with a cow he had purchased.
On the way he met a man from his village.
"How much did you pay for the cow?" asked the villager.
"Three hundred rupees," said Gopu.
A little later he met another man who also wanted to know the price of the cow.
Gopu told him.
Some time later he met a third man.
"How much..." he began.
But before he could finish his sentence, Gopu rushed away and jumped into a well.
Passersby raised a hue and cry and soon a large number of people gathered around the well.
A rope was thrown inside the well. Gopu tied it around his waist and he was pulled up.
They asked him why he had jumped into the well.

What did Gopu reply?

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srishti

Gopu said "everybody was asking me the same question!" I felt tired answering the same question again and again. To get rid of this question I jumped into the well.

Monica

I was so upset with all these people asking me the same question so I jumped.

aashika

Gopu replied " He wanted to catch fish and climb up the ladder". Gopu was angry with everyone asking him the same question. Now he made all of them angry and they all went back without asking him any more questions.

sakthi sanna

He jumped in the well because he was tired of people asking him the same question. After he said that everyone went back to their work.

varun

He was tired of giving answers to everyone and he spoke loudly that he paid Rs.300 for the cow.

vijayaprasadboda

It is difficult to answer all the passerbys. As people gathered at one place the price of the cow can be told to all and can go peacefully.

sampath

Gopu was travelling all the way from the market with the cow. He saw the well and wished to take bath thinking that this man will look after the cow.

Sonia/Anushka

Gopu replied " I thought that if EVERYONE wnated to know the price of my cow, one of them might have stolen my cow and sold it for a much higher price, then I wouldn't make any money at all. So I thought if I jumped into a well, no one could ask me anymore." Thus, saying this, he walked a away with his cow, a big smile on his face. probably because he thought he was a genius!

KULSOOM

HE SAID''IT WAS A SUNNY DAY AND I WAS TIRED OF ANSWERING THE SAME QUESTION AGAIN AND AGAIN.I WAS ALSO FEELING HUNGRY AND MY HEAD WAS PAINING BECAUSE OF THE HEAT''

Amal

Because he was tired to say the price to everyone he met. He decided to throw himself in the well. And when he came out,he found all people in the village. Thus he had the opportunity to say the price to all of them.

Anupriya Agrawal

So that now you all can ask me a different quesiton !!!!

J.Subbalakshmi

Gopu replied them that he bought a cow from the market and on returning he was enquired by many people about its price.He lost his patience answering many people. He was struck with an idea and he jumped into the well. He was very happy because everything went on as per his expectations. He wanted to announce that he bought the cow for three hundred rupees. As the entire village was gathered there, now he had made everybody know about the price of the cow. People of the village gave him a strange look and dispersed cursing his stupidity.

murthy

Every body asking about rate of my cow. So I jumped.

daksha

Gopu replied,"everyone wants to know the price of the cow so all of you listen it's price is three hundred rupees."

daksha

He replied, "cows price is three hundered"

namrata

He said - " I jumped because i did not want to answer any more questions". The people laughed at his answer and all went to their homes.

namratha

Gopu replied that he wanted to buy the cow!

namratha

He replied that his money had fell into the well and that's way he jumped in.

G.Meenakshy

Gopu did so because everyone asked the price of the cow one by one.He was fed up of telling everyone the price.That is why he jumped into the well.

florawinx

Gopu replied "I was tired of this question everyone asked,so I jumped in the well."

Nagaraju. R

He jumped in to well, because every person in his village are asking the price of the cow, they he decided to tell the price of the cow to every one in his village. That's why gopu jumped in to well. If he jumped into well, every person who belongs to his village will come and ask why he jumpled in to well. Then gopu will tell the price of the cow to every one in his village. So that everyone will know the price of the cow. He thought like that.

Adarsh

Gopu replied that all of them were asking him the price of the cow. That's why he jumped into the well.

Beulin

To get rid of people from asking again for How much...."

Atif Rashid Khan

He said that he actually stole the cow, and thought that people were gettng suspicious so he jumped into the well.

VijayaPrasadBoda

Gopu said that it was better to inform at one time who gathered there instead of replying to every one throughout the way.

Basma Sheerasi

Gopu replied "Everybody is here right.People I have bought a cow and it cost is Rs.250. I jumped into the well so that everyone will come and so I'll need to tell the price of the cow only once." Thus saying he walked off.

Shiksha

Gopu said, "Every one is asking me the same questions so its better to die than telling the same answers hundred times."

kareena

Gopu did not want to answer any more questions. That's why he jumped into a well.

tina

Because he doesn't want to tell any one the price and he was tired answering the questions.

Diya

Gopu did not do what he had to do, so it was funny.

ritika

"I was so upset with all these people asking me the same question so I jumped."

Sathvika

I was so tired for people asking the rate of the cow so I jumped into the well.

Prajapati

He replied, "cows price is three hundred".

megha

He replied, "If I jump all the people would gather around me and so I can tell them the cost of my cow is Rs. 300. Otherwise everyone will be asking me the same question again and again".

arushi aggarwal

The boy replied that he was tired of giving the same answer again and again.

Saumya.S.Joshi

He replied, "If I will jump then many people will gather then I can tell the price of the cow. Otherwise all will ask me how much is the cost of the cow again and again."

sagar

He replied," It was to change the topic of the question being asked?"

deepak

Because he wanted to swim in the well.

priya

He replied, "it is difficult to tell everyone the cost of my cow so I jumped into the well so that you all can gather here and I can tell you that I purchased this cow for Rs. three hundred. Now please don't ask me the same question again!"

Palak

He said - " I jumped because I did not want to answer any more questions". The people laughed at his answer and all went home.

B.AKASH

Gopu replied them that he bought a cow from the market and on returning he was enquired by many people about its price.He lost his patience answering many people. He was struck with an idea and he jumped into the well. He was very happy because everything went on as per his expectations. He wanted to announce that he bought the cow for three hundred rupees. As the entire village was gathered there, now he had made everybody know about the price of the cow. People of the village gave him a strange look and dispersed cursing his stupidity.

Pronoy

I jumped into the well to have some cool drinking water and now I want my cow to accompany me in my next jump to the well to quench her thirst.

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