How do we know that Bilbo was well guided and well guarded on his way home
Gandalf accompanied him the whole way home. Beorn was with him early in the trip around Mirkwood.
We know Bilbo, the hobbit, was well guided and well guarded on his way home because Gandalf, the wizard, accompanied Bilbo all the way home to his hobbit-hole, while Beorn, the shape-shifter, accompanied him just until they approached his house in Mirkwood. Also because Beorn gives very good advice about Mirkwood.
Many people knew that the One Ring existed, but they didn't know that Bilbo had it, except for Gollum. Gandalf suspected that Bilbo had the ring, but he wasn't sure.
i dont know but if they catch usama bin laden then he will be the most guarded prisoner.
Hold the Home and Power button for 15 seconds, the device will reboot.Go to Settings,then go into General and turn Guided Access off.
because it was glowing
Bilbo is pretty unhappy throughout most of 'The Hobbit', so I don't know whether you'd say he was more unhappy in Lake-town than any other point. Tolkien mentions several times that Bilbo is hungry and tired and wants to be at home. He catches a cold whilst riding down the river from Mirkwood, so this might make him a little miserable, and I think he might also feel that the dwarves and the men of Lake-town were getting a bit carried away with all the old stories and forgetting that in fact the gold they want is guarded by a dragon, and they still have no way to get him out of the way.
He knows Bilbo has 'a' magic ring, though he is not sure of its nature just yet; it is a suspicion he needed to confirm.
When a sword has a name it is because it belonged to a hero, so when Bilbo named his sword he thought of himself as a hero and that's a step for Bilbo and very important to know when your writing a paper on the book.
From the Old Took's parties, especially his fireworks and stories.
he tells them because they needed to know
Bilbo, like most hobbits, did not know how to swim. To jump into the water and hold on to a barrel was difficult.
A guided interview is when u know the questions that is going to be answered and a unguided interview is when u dont know whats expected or whats going ti be asked.
Because the sun was setting in the West, behind him.
Apparently not, as they referred to Bilbo as 'this' when presenting the prisoners to the Goblin King.
He missed the goblet the Bilbo took.
He noticed that one goblet of his had been stolen.
His beautiful door was marked where Gandalf clubbed it. The true reason for this, which Bilbo did not know, was that Gandalf was removing the sign he had scratched in the door earlier.
It is possible the Ring had already begun to affect Bilbo, and he would not want any to know what he had, and therefore try to take it from him.
He missed the goblet that Bilbo took.
Bilbo was all alone. He did not know who had won the battle. He wasn't even sure that he wasn't dead at first. He was able to figure it out from observing what was going on in the valley.
Frodo knows Gandalf because Gandalf was like Bilbo (Frodo's grand-uncle) guardian on Bilbo's adventures. Now, Frodo knows Gandalf through Bilbo.
Smell, dragons have a very good sense of smell.
no, event know the recipe is heavily guarded by the Ferrero company, is well know that the 3 main ingredients are hazelnut's, milk and cocoa
Even though Bilbo had led a sheltered life, he could tell "from the great heavy faces of them, and their size, and the shape of their legs, not to mention their language, which was not drawing-room fashion at all."