The development of words and phrases into full sentences and thereby making coherent paragraphs is called the process of hints development.
There are some basic rules to be followed while developing hints:
- Read all the hints thoroughly.
- Try to understand the tone of the passage.
- Make sure to use all the hints; do not leave any point.
- Arrange the points sequentially, one leading to the other.
- Make two or three paragraphs, as required.
- Look for the tense in the hints, follow the same in the story.
- Make an introduction, body and conclusion for the story - wherever applicable.
- Give a suitable title.
Develop a story from the hints.
Lion - sleeping in a forest - mouse - playing on it - angry lion - threatened to kill the mouse - mouse asked to forgive - promised to save him one day - lion laughed - let him off - another day - lion caught by hunter - in net - mouse heard the lion roar - mouse cut the net with his teeth - lion escaped - thanked the mouse.
The Lion and the Mouse
One day a lion was sleeping in a forest. A small mouse was playing nearby. It started playing on the body of the lion. This disturbed the lion's sleep, and he got angry. The lion threatened to kill the mouse by crushing it. The scared mouse asked forgiveness from the lion. Further, he promised he would save the lion one day. The lion started laughing. He wondered how such a small animal like a mouse could save a huge animal like a lion. But he let the mouse go off.
Some days later, the lion was caught in a hunter's net. The lion tried to free himself, but he could not. He started roaring in fear and sorrow. The mouse heard the lion's roar and came to his rescue. The mouse started biting the net with this teeth. Slowly the net opened up, and the lion escaped. The lion thanked the mouse with all his heart. He realized that no matter whether someone is big or small, anybody can help the other person in need anytime.