English, asked by narendermodi9165, 10 days ago

Now the frog puufed up with rage vrainless bird youre on the stage use your qitw and follow fashion sexplain


Answered by skh2

This extract is taken from the poem
'The Frog and The Nightingale '

Written by Vikram Seth.

The above extract is taken from the part when the frog was shouting at nightingale as the stardom of nightingale declined.
The titled crowd now disliked the nightingale' s soothing sound which turned hoarse and pale.

The frog screamed at the brainless bird by puffing his throat , telling her that she should use her intelligence (wits) on the stage as nobody was looking the nightingale 's doing song.

The frog outrageously shouted on the gullible bird that she should not try to do something new and should follow the fashion and style that frog taught her.

As she was not getting the popularity the nightingale grew nervous and at last when she tried to puff her throat, a vein busted and the nightingale died. And the bingle bog was bound to hear the crass cacophony of the condescending frog.

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Answered by Anonymous


It includes three stages: Egg, larva, and adult

The life cycle of a frog consists of three stages: egg, larva, and adult. As the froggrows, it moves through these stages in a process known as metamorphosis.

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