[Prometheus and Pandora]
Prometheus, the Titan and his brother Epimetheus [was/were] [giving/given] the task of [creating/created] man and all the other animals. Epimetheus gave courage, strength, swiftness and wisdom to [different/differently] animals. To some he gave wings, to some he gave claws, and others he [covering/covered] in a protective shell.
When he came [to make/making] men, Epimetheus had nothing [to give/gave/giving] them. So he asked his brother [of/for] help. Prometheus [fly/flew] up to heaven [to light/lighting] a torch from the sun. The fire brought back [make/made] man superior [to/than] all [other/another] animals. With it, he was able to make weapons [to hunt/hunting] wild beasts and tools [to farm/farming] the land. He used fire [to warm/warming] his home and keepout the cold.
When Zeus [realize/realized] that Prometheus [have/had] stolen the fire of the gods and [give/given] it to mortals, he was [filling/filled] with anger. Zeus commanded Hephaestus [fashion/to fashion/fashioning] a woman and he named her Pandora.