Gandalf leads them the way.
Roc the Raven lets them know.
Gandalf put the mark of a burglar on the front door of Bilbo's hobbit hole.
The elves in "The Hobbit" did not know how the dwarves could have travelled there. They thought the barrels were all empty.
Wrong, he arrived in Esgaroth with the barrels containing the dwarves on his birthday.
The dwarves finally realize that Bilbo actually isn't as stupid as they thought he was -- they know his capabilities and are glad that he came along. That change of attitude in them is what finally resolved the mild conflict between them and the hobbit.
If you are referring to the book "The Hobbit," we aren't told exactly. We do know that elves and dwarves had a long-standing grudge against each other. But it does seem as if the elves were trying to trap them, or at least to create an excuse for taking them prisoner. The elves in "The Hobbit" were more like the elves in Celtic folklore - silly, tricky, deceitful little fairies - than the regal, mysterious elves in "The Lord of the Rings." Legolas was a Mirkwood elf, one of the people that the dwarves encountered in "The Hobbit," and was not considered the equal of the Lorien elves.
Gandalf leaves a mark on the door when he visits earlier in the day.
Balin mentions that he could understand the speech of Ravens. The Thrush flies off and returns with a Raven named Roac. He is such an intelligent old bird he speaks in the Common tongue and we never find out if the dwarves can understand Raven speech.
Bilbo's birthday is documented in The Lord of the Rings and in the appendices. It is September 22nd.
Chapter 13 is entitled 'Not at Home.' It refers to Smaug not being in his lair. The Dwarves know he conducted a rampage on the mountainside looking for them, but they don't know he attacked Laketown. They also did not know he had been killed until the birds brought the news.
7 dawrves, 3 wishes, and I don't know why but 7 flies. have fun!
There are many. J.R.R. Tolkien doesn't give a direct antagonist but rather gives obstacles for the hobbit and dwarves to encounter. E.g: spiders, trolls, goblins, wargs, Smaug. Figuratively speaking, the antagonist would be the fact that the creatures don't "Know Thy Self", as Smaug died because of that. Another could be greed and darkness and vanity.
The elves were astonished because they did not know the dwarves were in the barrels that they threw.
There is no character called "blbo" in the Hobbit and we do not know what you mean by "frequentoy".
Because the previous morning, Gandalf had "scratched a queer sign on the hobbit's beautiful green front door" as a sign so that the dwarves would know that Bilbo was the one he had chosen to go on their adventure with them. By knocking very hard on the mark with his staff, Gandalf put a dent in the wood over top of where the sign had been, erasing any evidence that it had been there. That way, Bilbo would not blame Gandalf for all of the dwarves coming to his house to take him on an adventure.
There are hundreds of goblins in The Hobbit. You probably want to know the names of the 3 trolls. They were William, Bert and Tom.
The Goblins Know someone is at the gate because they see bilbos shadow and believe that someone is there. And when Bilbo goes to get threw the gate his brass buttons pop off.
he tells them because they needed to know
I don't know all of them but I know lord of the rings, the hobbit, and the simerilion
Cram is the name of a type of bread that is carried by travelers in The Hobbit. It is a special recipe that the elves use, and produces a light, sweet biscuit that does not spoil, and provides energy even if eaten in small amounts.The dwarves refer to it as "Cram", something similar that they make themselves, but admit that the Elven type is much superior to their own.If you want to know what cram is, I can only say that I don't know the recipe; but it is biscuitish, keeps good indefinitely, is supposed to be sustaining, and is certainly not entertaining, being in fact very uninteresting except as a chewing exercise. It was made by the Lake-men for long journeys.-- The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien
Smurfette isnt..... and i dont know... its like the 7 Dwarves
They see a shadow and a shower of buttons.
In the Brothers Grimm fairy tale and the Disney movie, they are dwarves. In other cultures (I don't know which ones, because I live in the previously explained culture), they are thieves.