Translation of readings not covered in class

Fri 15 Oct: #2, 7–16

Then the serpent said to the woman in response, "You would not at all be dead, even if you should eat of the tree. But God knows in truth that your eyes will be opened on whatever day you eat of the tree, and then you will be like angels, knowing both good and evil."

Then the woman saw that the tree was good for eating, as it seemed to her, and beautiful to the eyes and appetizing to the sight [the glossary would have you translate "desirable to the sight", which is acceptable too], and then she took of the fruit of the tree and ate it, and gave of it to her husband; then he ate. And the eyes of them both were opened; then they recognized that they were naked, and they sewed figleaves for themselves and made trousers for themselves.