Why did Doc Wilson mean when he said, “Nothing in the world ever comes quite free”?

Asked by Monika | 2 years ago |  305

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Solution :-

Penny had killed the doe to save his life. Therefore, in regard for what the doe had done, its fawn needed to be taken care of and saved from starvation. This was what Doc Wilson meant when he said that nothing in the world came for free.

Answered by Abhisek | 2 years ago

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Say whether the verb in each sentence below is transitive or intransitive. Ask yourself a 'what' question about the verb. (For some verbs, the object is a person, so ask the question 'who' instead of 'what').

(i) Jody then wentto the kitchen.

(ii) The fawn wobbledafter him

(iii)  You foundhim.

(iv)  He pickedit up.

(v) He dippedhis fingers in the milk.

(vi)  It bleatedfrantically and buttedhim.

(vii)  The fawn suckedhis fingers.

(viii)  He loweredhis fingers slowly into the milk.

(ix)  It stampedits small hoofs impatiently.

(x)  He heldhis fingers below the level of the milk.

(xi) The fawn followedhim.

(xii)  He walkedall day.

(xiii)  He strokedits sides.

(xiv)  The fawn liftedits nose.

(xv)  Its legs hunglimply.

 

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