Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of folk art. This is often a part of ordinary conversations. For example, when you describe the picnic you attended, you are telling a story. In formal storytelling, a person prepares a story to present to an audience. Several storytellers tell stories from their own imagination, while some storytellers learn stories that appears in books. Good sources of stories include folklore, primarily myths, epics, legends, and fables. In addition, literary tales and religious works also provide material for stories. The listeners/readers also learn about other countries and cultures, expand their creativity, develop listening skills, and are, of course, entertained.
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