During the first day, the king goes out and kills an innocent deer. In that time the king's wife comes into the room of Gawain and tries to seduce him but Gawain refuses and instead gets a kiss. When the king gets back he prepares the deer and Gawain gives him a kiss.
I got a kiss.
I got a deer.
On the second day, the king goes out and kills an aggressive boar. At that time the king's wife comes into the room of Gawain again and gives him two kisses. When the king gets back he gives Gawain the boar and Gawain gives him two kisses.
I got two kisses.
I found you a boar.
When the third day came, the king went out and killed a cunning fox. Again the king's wife comes into the room of Gawain and tries to give him a ring. Gawain insists the ring is to expencive so instead the king's wife gives him a green girdle. When the king gets back he gives Gawain the fox and Gawain lies to the king saying he got nothing. The next day Gawian left.
I killed you a fox.
I recived nothing.
Gawain finds the green knight and is ready to accept his blow like an honorable man. On the first blow, Gawain flinches, so the knight wishes to get another blow. On the second the knight stops short. Finally, the knight brings his ax down a third time and nicks Gawain. The knight then informs Gawain that he was the king from the castle he had been staying in and accuses of Gawain of not being honorable because he took the Girdle and lied to him.
You are not honorable!
Gawain apologizes and the green knight accepts letting Gawain keep his girdle as a reminder to keep his honor as he goes through life.