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(a) The nightingale sang all day long and cheered the entire village with its melodious singing. Even during the evening hours, it didn’t stop singing. However, later, when it got dark, the singing came to a halt because the nightingale got rather hungry.

(b) The nightingale, after singing all day long, started to feel hungry in the late evening hours. To feed itself, it started looking around for a meal and spotted the glow-worm by his spark.

(c) The nightingale spotted the glow-worm while it was looking around to satisfy its hunger. Aware of the nightingale’s intentions, the glow-worm was afraid that it would become prey to the nightingale.

(d) The glow-worm, with its quick and smart thinking, convinces the nightingale to cause no harm. It starts to compliment and praise the nightingale. The glow-worm further continues to mention that as the nightingale makes the day cheerful, the glow-worm decorates the night with its light. It says that they both are the creatures of god and they both have their purposes and hence should live in harmony with each other.

(E) Harangue

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