How is the conflict between Bilbo and the dwarves resolved?
The dwarves trust Bilbo and look to him for leadership.
The dwarves expect Bilbo to venture into Smaug's lair alone.
The dwarves decide that Bilbo is cheerful and friendly.
The dwarves give Bilbo a share of the treasure.
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ok thx i think savannas having a stroke XD
whitch one is it?
Ok. I've realised it cant be B because it is badly worded as
The dwarves expectation Bilbo to venture into Smaug's lair alone does not resolve the dispute.
There is a person vs. person conflict between the dwarves and Bilbo at the beginning of the story IS gradually resolved after Bilbo proves his usefulness to them.
Thus the answers is A.