F. The fly gives into flattery and becomes the spider’s prey. If you are asked to give a happy ending to the poem, how will you save the fly? Write in your own words.
The cunning spider tried to tempt the fly. Firstly the fly refused to accept the invitation to enter the spider's parlour. Then the spider used flattery to seduce the fly. The spider started praising the fly. The fly believed the spiders words and gave into his praises. At last the spider jumped up and caught the fly fast. The fly released the danger and wanted to escape. While the spider was trying to make the fly its prey, there came a lizard. The spider was scared of it. So the spider went up leaving the fly half - dead. The fly became alert. It struggled hard to come out of the thin thread of half hazardly. The fly got some hope. In the last attempt, the fly fell down and flew away from there. The spiders hard effort with great flattery entered in vain. The spider had to wait for another chance to get any little creatures as its prey.
“Where there is a will, there is a way”