10 Lines Short Stories With Moral : 34. A penny saved is a penny earned



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There was a young man named Jack who was always good at saving money. He would cut back on his expenses and put aside some money from his monthly salary. His friends would often make fun of him for being too thrifty. But Jack believed in the saying "a penny saved is a penny earned". One day, Jack's car broke down and he needed a significant amount of money to repair it. He was glad that he had saved up some money, which he could use to get his car fixed. His friends, who had always mocked him for being frugal, were struggling to come up with the money for unexpected expenses. Jack realized that saving money was important not only for emergencies but also for achieving long-term financial goals. He continued to save money and eventually was able to buy his own house. Jack had learned a valuable lesson that every penny saved is like earning money. He had proved his friends wrong and showed that being frugal could lead to financial stability and independence.

Question 1:

What is the name of the young man in the story?

Question 2:

What did Jack believe in?

Question 3:

What happened to Jack's car?

Question 4:

What did Jack's friends do when they needed money for unexpected expenses?

Question 5:

What did Jack eventually buy with his savings?

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