The Man And His Two Sweethearts
The moral of the story is: Those who seek to please everybody please nobody.
- court (verb): to become romantically involved with
- ashamed (adjective): feeling embarrassed or guilty
- admirer (noun): a person who likes another person romantically
- portion (noun): a part of the whole
- zealous (adjective): full of enthusiasm
The Man and his Two Sweethearts is one of the famous Aesop’s Fables. A “fable” is a short story, typically with animals as characters, telling a moral or lesson.
Read by Tara Benwell.