The cricket says, "Oh! What will become of me?" When does he say it, and why?

Asked by Monika | 2 years ago |  442

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Solution :-

The cricket said the given line when it found that its cupboard was empty and winter had arrived. It could not find a single crumb to eat on the snow covered ground and there were no flowers or leaves on the tree. It wondered what would become of it because it was getting cold and since there was nothing to eat, it would starve and die.

Answered by Abhisek | 2 years ago

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