A Greedy Dog is Stealing a piece of meat in his mouth from barbershop had to walk along a Bridge over a stream. Looking down into the water, he saw his reflection there. The dog thought that it was another dog with another piece of meat. The greedy dog snatched at the thought; and, as he opened his mouth, the real part of chicken fell into the stream and was lost. Greedy people who try to take what belongs to others, often lose what they have.
What is the moral of the dog and his reflection?
Greedy people who try to take what belongs to others, often lose what they have.
This story has three parts to it:1: The Beginning 2: The Middle 3: The End
- The beginning tells us that the story is about a greedy dog.
- The middle tells us what the greedy dog did.
- The end tells what the result was. Thus whenever you write a story, you must try to make it have a beginning, a middle, and an end.
Did You Know?
Who is the author of the greedy dog?
Trish Philips (Author of A Greedy Dog)