Test Answers on animal farm

Animal Farm ch. 1-4

scullery a small room next to the kitchen mincing to cut up meat tyranny a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator dissentients ones who disagree enmity a state of deep-seated ill-will mr. jones and mrs. jones who owns manor farm? he is an alchoholic what problem does Mr. jones have? […]

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Animal Farm Study Guide

Who owns the manor? Mr. Jones What problem does Jones have? – He is a drunk (alcoholic) – Not enough food on the farm – He treats animals poorly Who is Old Major? boar (pig) Why does Old Major assemble the animals? to share his dream What are the ideals outlined by Old Major that […]

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Animal Farm Study Questions for Chapters 7 and 8

why did the hens have to give up their eggs? Napoleon was selling all of their assets to get money for food (beacause of the failed harvest) to feed the animals how has snowball’s role been changed by the end of chapter 6? Napoleon and Sqealer have together convinced the animals that snowball had been […]

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Chapter 3 Animal Farm

What role do the pigs play in the harvest? The pigs are in charge of the animals and directed and supervised the animals Why does everyone admire Boxer and what is his motto? What does his motto reflect? Boxer was a hard worker even in Jones’s time, but now he seemed more like three horses […]

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Animal Farm Chapter 8 Study Guide Questions

How did the 6th commandment change? It originally said, \”No animal shall kill another animal,\” but now it says, \”No animal shall kill another animal without cause.\” Invented titles for Napoleon Leader and Comrade Napoleon. Pig’s titles for Napoleon Father of all Animals, Terror of mankind, protector of the sheep-fold, ducklings friend What was running […]

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Animal Farm Finals Study Guide

Old Major Creator of Animalism, died before revolution started; represents Karl Marx Napoleon Corrupt pig leader who took over, only cared about himself; represents Joseph Stalin Snowball Exiled leader of the pigs after revolution; represents Leon Trotsky Boxer Hard-working horse who dies from Napoleon betraying him because of him no longer working; sent to horse […]

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Hunger games and animal farm quotes comparison (:exam prep)

Introduction. ‘This paper will compare and contrast ____ and ____’ 1. Both text; ‘Animal farm and ‘The hunger games’ both take place in a dystopian society. 2. Animal farm: A story in which a group of pigs gains power and control over other animals after expelling Mr. Jones, written by George Orwell in 1945. Hunger […]

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Animal Farm Chapter Summaries

question Chapter One answer As the novella opens, Mr. Jones, the proprietor and overseer of the Manor Farm, has just stumbled drunkenly to bed after forgetting to secure his farm buildings properly. As soon as his bedroom light goes out, all of the farm animals except Moses, Mr. Jones’s tame raven, convene in the big […]

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Animal Farm Summary of Chapters 1-10

question Chapter 1 answer Poor treatment by Farmer Jones (sets up conflict) First introduction to the animals and foreshadowing of their status (e.g., pigs and dogs sit in front) Old Major’s speech given to “comrades”, criticism of humans and creation of rules of government (for when animals revolt) Old Major teaches animals “Beasts of England” […]

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Animal Farm

question George Orwell’s real name answer Eric Arthur Blair question type of allegory the book is answer political and historical question allegory answer A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one question setting answer Animal Farm/Manor Farm in England question Which animal hides […]

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Animal Farm Questions

question what animal is abset from old majors meeting answer the cat question who does napoleon blame for the windmillsdestruction answer snowball question does napoleon ever admit that he used tactics of deception answer no question according to old major, what is man answer foe question which animal hides during the battle of cowshed answer […]

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Animal Farm Vocabulary

question ensconced answer settled in question ignominious answer shameful, dishonorable question whelped answer gave birth to an animal question cynical answer negative, distrustful question cryptic answer mysterious, having a hidden meaning question indefatigable answer tireless, unable to run down question flourished answer thrived, grew well question parasitical answer lives off another question unalterable answer unable […]

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Animal farm Study Questions

question What human characteristics did Orwell give to Old Major? answer Wise, smart. question What human Characteristics did Orwell give to Boxer? answer Hard Working question What human characteristics did Orwell give to Mollie? answer Selfish, Conceited, Into her own needs, girly question What human characteristics did Orwell give to Benjamin? answer Doesn’t care, careless, […]

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Animal Farm Questions Answers

question In Chapter 1, How is Mr. Jones portrayed? answer He is portrayed as a reckless alcoholic. question In Chapter 1, Why has Major called the meeting? answer Major has called the meeting to tell about his dream and revolution and how bad humans are, he thinks he’ll die soon. question In Chapter 1, What […]

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Animal Farm Study Guide Questions Chapter 7-10

question Who do the humans believe is responsible for the destruction of the windmill? answer They said it had fallen down because the walls were too thin. question Plans for keeping the second windmill from being destroyed. answer They plan to build with thicker walls. question Hardships for the animals in this chapter. answer They […]

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Animal Farm Chapters 3-4 Study Guide

question 2 ways the animals celebrated their victory answer sang “Beasts of England,” hoisted their flag, gave military decorations question What was the phrase that Snowball composed to make learning the 7 Commandments easier? answer “Four legs good, two legs bad.” question What name was given to the battle? answer Battle of the Cowshed question […]

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Animal Farm Summary Chapters 1–5

Chapter 1 Mr. Jones, the owner of Manor Farm, stumbles drunkenly up to bed as the farm animals wait in still silence. The moment he is out of sight, they begin to bustle around, preparing themselves for the big meeting that is to take place that night. Old Major has called the meeting to discuss […]

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Animal Farm Test Study Guide

question Stalin answer Who does Napoleon represent? question Trotsky answer Who does Snowball represent? question Proletariats answer Who does Boxer represent? question Bourgeosie answer Who does Mollie represent? question Pravda Newspaper answer What does Squealer represent? question KGB Secret Police answer Who do the dogs represent? question Hitler Germany answer Who does Frederick represent? His […]

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Animal Farm Study Guide Chapters 1-5

question Why does Major ask the animals to congregate in the barn after Mr. Jones has gone to sleep? answer has a speech for them, wants to communicate his vision, believes his death is coming question According to Major, what is the source of the animals’ misery and slavery? answer humans-animals are exploited and left […]

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SHORT ANSWER STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS – Animal Farm

question Mr. and Mrs. Jones answer Own The Manor Farm; Mr. Jones is selfish in that he does not always take good care of his animals. question Old Major answer Prize-winning boar; old; respected by the other animals. question Bluebell, Jessie, and Pincher answer Farm dogs; Pincher is male. The puppies of Bluebell and Jessie […]

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English Quiz Animal Farm Chapters 1-5

Mr. Jones (5) farmer, drunk, leaves, cruel, owner Old Major (2) pig, leader, comes up with the idea of animalism Boxer (4) horse, dumb, strong, hardworking Clover (4) horse, nice, follower, doesn’t think for herself Napoleon (5) pig, leader, tyrant, clever, never agrees with snowball Snowball (6) pig, supervises, no hard labor, leader, outspoken, never […]

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