(19 of 20) Wilbur begs Templeton to get Charlotte's egg sac before they go back to the farm.
[n] - noun, [v] - verb, [phv] - phrasal verb, [adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Read the script and choose the best preposition to complete the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Wilbur: Templeton! Charlotte is very sick.
Templeton: Yeah, and twisted.
Wilbur: She's dying! She can't go home with us. So, I need you to help me take her egg sac with us.
Templeton: Did you say eggs?
Wilbur: It's an egg sac. And it's right up there, and it has her children in it. And I can't just leave it here. What if something happened to them?
Wilbur: Now, I can't reach it, so I need you to get it for me. And I need you to do it now.
Templeton: I don't think I like your tone.
Wilbur: Can't you just once in your life think of someone other than yourself?
Templeton: Once? Once?
Wilbur: Come on.
Templeton: No, you come on! Who got his hindquarters pecked to make you "radiant," huh? Templeton, that's who.
Templeton: And who interrupted the gorging of a lifetime so you could be "humble"? Why, I think it was Templeton! Templeton! Templeton! Templeton!
Templeton: And do I get thanked? No!
Templeton: Well, has it ever occurred to you that even a rat might like a little appreciation? A little, dare I say, love?
Wilbur: Do it and you'll get dibs on my slop for the rest of my life.
Wilbur: Hurry! Up in the corner on the ledge. Templeton!
Charlotte: Thank you, Templeton, for everything.
Wilbur: It's okay, just drop it. Hurry!
Zuckerman: Here you go. Here's your medal.
Lurvy: In you go.
Zuckerman: Time to go home, Wilbur.