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Read the Following Extract and Convert It into a Dialogue Between Daisy and the Lark in About I 20 Words : - English

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Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Daisy and the Lark in about I 20 words :

[You may begin with Lark: I have no water ....... ]
"I have no water," said the captive lark, "they have all gone out, and forgotten to give me anything to drink. My throat is dry and burning. I feel as ifI had fire and ice within me and the air is so oppressive. Alas! I must die, and part with the warm sunshine, the fresh green meadows, and all the beauty that God has created." And it thrust its beak into the piece of grass, to refresh itself a little. Then it noticed the little daisy, and nodded to it, and kissed it with its beak and said : "You must also fade in here, poor little flower. You and the piece of grass are all they have given me in exchange for the whole world, which I enjoyed outside. Each little blade of grass shall be a green tree for me, each of your white petals a fragrant flower. Alas! you only remind me of what I have lost."
"I wish I could console the poor lark", thought the daisy. It could not move one of its leaves, but the fragrance of its delicate petals streamed forth, and was much stronger than such flowers usually have : the bird noticed it, although it was dying with thirst and in its pain tore up the green blades of grass, but did not touch the flower.

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Ans:
Lark
: I have no water. They all have gone out, & forgotten to give me anything to drink.
My throat is dry & burning. Alas! I must die, & part with the warm sunshine, the fresh green meadows, & all the beauty that God has created.
(Then the lark noticed the little daisy, nodded to it and kissed it with its beak)
Lark : You must also fade in here, poor little flower. You & the piece of grass have given me in the exchange for the whole world which I enjoyed. Each blade of grass shall
be green tree for me & each of your white petals a fragrant flower. Alas! You only remind me of what I have lost.
Daisy : I wish I could console the poor lark. I could not move one of my leaves, but the fragrance of the petals streamed forth & was much stronger.
(The bird noticed it, although it was dying with thirst & it was in pain but did not
forrth the flower).

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