“…he has never yet learnt to behave”. In the light of this, what is the writer’s opinion about the camel?

Asked by Monika | 1 year ago |  434

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Solution :-

According to the writer, the camel is still a very lazy animal that is unwilling to work. After he got the hump, the Djinn asked him to go out of the desert to help the other three animals. It seems that the camel still did not behave himself and worked lazily in the desert itself. It is for this reason that he was still unable to complete the pending work of those three missed days; and he continued carrying the hump and living in the desert.

Answered by Aaryan | 1 year ago

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