Madam,

            I have to write autobiography nighty angale from the english literature book, its english project work , the only insteuction give are date, we change its end, and have to write about 35 page of it, in small note book, please help me

Asked by meeldeepanshu | 24th Jun, 2015, 11:27: AM

Expert Answer:

Dear student,
 
Thank you for writing back. Since you have not been given any specific instructions, you can freely use your imagination to create a different end to the story. The poor bird dies in the actual story. However, you could imagine the frog’s death or even it being punished by the animals of the Bingle Bog. You have been given a chance to recreate the whole story, so I strongly suggest that you start writing the story based on your imagination. Slowly and steadily, you will arrive at the conclusion of your 35-page assignmentSmile
 
You can elaborate on the following points in your autobiography:
  • You are the nightingale, the main character of your story. Introduce yourself in brief.
  • Begin with how you reached the bog and the dwelling place of the frog. 
  • How did you react when you heard the frog croaking? 
  • What made you sing a song? Did you want to show the frog how one sings melodiously?
  • Did you realize that the frog was insecure on hearing the creatures rejoice at your song?
  • How did the frog try to trap you with his offer?
  • How did you understand that the frog was trying to exploit you?
  • Were you ready to work for the frog?
  • Why did you decide to teach the frog a lesson?
  • Explain how you outdid the frog. 
  • What example did you set in front of the animals of the bog by punishing the frog?
  • Did any of the creatures from the bog help you teach the frog a lesson?
  • How did the frog react when he was exposed?
  • How did you feel at the end of the story after teaching the frog a lesson?
  • How would this incident help you in future?

Try expanding each of the above points and you will be able to write a good autobiography. 

I hope this helps. 

Happy Studying! 

Answered by Snehal Naik | 24th Jun, 2015, 02:56: PM

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