The narrator states that he is no madman, he is the murderer, and he even loved the man. He also says that the man never insulted him or was anywhere rude towards him. The setting appears to be in a house.
I need to hide it. Maybe under the planks.
The conflict is then revealed that the narrator doesn't like the old man's eye because to him it looks like an eye of a vulture.
We have come to inspect on what has happened.
Ok, I'll answer anything to my best.
He starts to enter the old man's room every night to see if the eye is open. For 8 days in a row it has not been open, so he couldn't do the work, getting rid of eye.
Under the planks, here! It is the heart beat of the old man!
Then one night, the old man had finally opened his eye and the narrator heard the heartbeat and thought that the neighbors could hear it as well, so he killed the old man and hid his body parts under the planks.
Officers have come to see what was going on. The narrator asked them to take a seat and cheerfully answered their questions. The narrator also sat on the top of the old man's dead corpse.
The narrator started to hear the heartbeat of the old man and also wanted the men gone. The heart beat started to get louder and louder until he couldn't take it anymore and confessed his crime.