Make readable stories from the outlines given below:

1. I was going for a night walk ........ by chance came across a strange lamp ......... picked it up ....... saw a strange man ........ he wore a cap and strange clothes ..... asked me my wish ...... I wasn't frightened ..... I asked for sweets ..... good clothes ..... he said he would obey my commands ..... brought the lamp home .... kept it safely.

2. A hungry crow .... gets a piece of bread ..... sits on a tree and eats .... fox passes by .... looks at the crow ..... feels hungry too .... thinks a while ...... greets in sweet words .... praises the crow's voice .... requests for a song .... the crow is pleased .... starts singing .... the piece of bread drops from its beak .... the fox picks it up and runs away.

3. Ram, the scout, travelling ..... gets a purse .... contains a lot of money .... address of the owner from diary ..... goes in search of the owner ..... hands over ... rewarded.

4.A woodcutter cutting down a tree ..... axe fell into the river ...... prayed to the river god .... the god brought a gold axe and asked if it was his ...... no, said the woodcutter .... the god brought a silver axe .... the woodcutter said no ..... at last his own axe ..... the woodcutter happy .... rewarded for his honesty.

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2015-02-02T14:49:30+05:30
4.One day a wood cutter's axe accidentally fell into a river. The poor wood cutter made a good search in the water.

But his efforts were in vain. Finally he burst into tears. Hearing his sobs, an Angel appeared before him.

The Angel dived into the river and came up carrying a golden axe. The wood cutter did not accept it. He stated that his axe was made of iron.

The Angel disappeared and soon returned with a silver axe. The wood cutter again denied that it was his axe.

The Angel once again plunged into the river. It soon reappeared carrying the axe of the wood cutter. The poor man greeted the angel with words of profuse thanks and great joy.

The Angel was impressed by the man's honesty.

She presented him with the golden and silver axes in recognition of his truthful nature.

MORAL : Truthfulness brings its own reward.
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