Why would the narrator say "put out" even though the grandfather is putting the food "on" the table?
Good question! The verb "to put out" means to lay something out ready for use. The grandfather lays out the food as it's ready to eat, which is why "put out" is used here. Ex: I put out a new blanket for you to use. Ex: She put out the dog food for her dogs to eat.
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