Theory:

Meaning of difficult words from the lesson "The Shepherd’s Treasure":
 
S.No
Words
Meaning
1.
Folk
A friendly way of addressing people
2.
Tale
An imaginative story
3.
Virtues
An attitude or behaviour which is of high moral standards
4.
Integrity
Being honest and having moral qualities
5.
Humility
Behaving in a way that you are not better than others
6.
Protagonist
The main character of a story, novel, etc.
7.
Cottage
A small old-model house generally built in the Countryside
8.
Uneducated
Having little or no education
9.
Sorrow
A feeling of sadness
10.
Shepherd
Refers to a person whose job is to look after the sheep
11.
Disguise
To make changes in the appearance so that people will not recognise you
12.
Mule
An animal used for carrying loads whose parents are a horse and a donkey
13.
Depart
To leave a place and start a journey
14.
Majesty
A title of respect when refers to a king or a queen
15.
Compliment
Used to express praise or approval
16.
Astonished
 Being surprised about something that you did not expect
17.
Indeed
In reality
18.
Dignity
High rank or position
19.
Sympathy
A natural feeling of pity and kindness for others
20.
Jealous
Feeling sad or angry about what someone has
21.
Accused
To say that somebody has done something wrong
22.
Hide
Keep something in a place so that it cannot be found
23.
Blame
To say somebody or something is responsible for a bad thing happened
24.
Treasure
A collection of valuable things like gold, silver etc.
25.
Mocking
To make fun of someone or something
26.
Unfortunately
Refers to something sad or disappointing
27.
Delight
A great feeling of happiness
28.
Summon
Officially ordering someone to come to a place
29.
Fastened
To close something like a piece of cloth with buttons, clip, zip, etc.
30.
Thundered
To make a loud noise like thunder
31.
Blanket
A thick cover made of wool used on bed to keep it warm
32.
Unveil
To remove the cover from something
33.
Embarrassed
Feeling uncomfortable or ashamed of something