Animal Farm 3 And 4

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In the beginning of chapter 3 the pigs are given the power to direct the other animals, which is not shocking as they are the smartest animals in the farm with boxer being the hardest worker therefore gaining admiration. Take the quiz below to see what else you can remember from chapter 3 and 4.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    One of the biggest issues in chapter 3 the pigs have is what?

    • A.

      Making the animal work hard.

    • B.

      Being productive on the farm.

    • C.

      Teaching the dumber animals, like sheep, the seven commandments.

    • D.

      Teaching the animals "Beasts of England".

    Correct Answer
    C. Teaching the dumber animals, like sheep, the seven commandments.
    Explanation
    In chapter 3 of the book, the pigs face a major problem of teaching the less intelligent animals, such as the sheep, the seven commandments. This is a challenge for the pigs as they have to find a way to communicate and educate these animals about the principles and rules that they have established for the farm. The pigs understand the importance of ensuring that all the animals are aware of the commandments, but it proves to be difficult due to the limited intellectual capacity of some animals, particularly the sheep.

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  • 2. 

    The way the pigs (squealer) made the other animals accept their greedy ways was by telling them what?

    • A.

      Jones will return if they do not listen to the pigs.

    • B.

      The pigs would kill all the animals.

    • C.

      The disobedient animals would have their food rations cut.

    • D.

      The animals would be turned into sausages.

    Correct Answer
    A. Jones will return if they do not listen to the pigs.
    Explanation
    The pigs (squealer) made the other animals accept their greedy ways by instilling fear in them. They told the animals that if they did not listen to the pigs, Jones would return. This created a sense of threat and insecurity among the animals, making them more willing to comply with the pigs' demands.

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  • 3. 

    Where do the extra apples and most of the milk end up going?

    • A.

      It is sold to humans for a profit.

    • B.

      It is fed to all the animals equally.

    • C.

      It is fed to the pigs.

    • D.

      It is sent to the tavern the humans get drunk at.

    Correct Answer
    C. It is fed to the pigs.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "It is fed to the pigs." This can be inferred from the statement that the extra apples and most of the milk are not sold for profit or fed to all animals equally, but specifically given to the pigs.

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  • 4. 

    What happens to Jessie and Bluebell's puppies?

    • A.

      Snowball raises them.

    • B.

      Napoleon raises them.

    • C.

      They were abandoned and left to die.

    • D.

      They were raised by all the animals.

    Correct Answer
    B. Napoleon raises them.
    Explanation
    In George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm," Napoleon, a pig, takes control of the farm after the rebellion against the humans. He becomes a dictator and gradually becomes more oppressive. In the story, Jessie and Bluebell's puppies are taken away from them and are raised by Napoleon. This is significant because Napoleon uses the puppies to form his own private army, which he later uses to eliminate his political rivals and establish his absolute power over the other animals on the farm.

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following is the smartest non-pig animal on the farm?

    • A.

      Boxer.

    • B.

      Benjamin.

    • C.

      Mollie.

    • D.

      Ralph.

    Correct Answer
    B. Benjamin.
    Explanation
    Benjamin is considered the smartest non-pig animal on the farm because he is portrayed as highly intelligent and perceptive in George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm." He is a donkey who is skeptical and critical of the pigs' leadership, and he often offers insightful and wise observations about the political situation on the farm. Benjamin's intelligence is highlighted by his ability to read and his deep understanding of the corruption and manipulation happening around him.

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  • 6. 

        How did the animals get their message of revolution across England?

    • A.

      Using a radio transmitter.

    • B.

      With written pamphlets.

    • C.

      With the use of carrier pigeons.

    • D.

      Mice carry it to different farms.

    Correct Answer
    C. With the use of carrier pigeons.
    Explanation
    The animals in the story used carrier pigeons to spread their message of revolution across England. Carrier pigeons are known for their ability to deliver messages over long distances, making them an effective method of communication during a time when technology like radio transmitters did not exist. The use of carrier pigeons allowed the animals to quickly and discreetly share their message with other farms, helping to mobilize and unite the animals in their fight for freedom.

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  • 7. 

    What book did Snowball read to prepare for Jones' attack?

    • A.

      Sun Tsu's Art of War.

    • B.

      Alexander the Great's book of Conquests

    • C.

      Julius Caesar's Campaigns.

    • D.

      Lincoln's war diary.

    Correct Answer
    C. Julius Caesar's Campaigns.
    Explanation
    Snowball read Julius Caesar's Campaigns to prepare for Jones' attack. This book would provide him with valuable insights and strategies on military campaigns, which would be useful in planning and executing a successful attack against Jones. Snowball's choice of this book shows his determination and commitment to studying history and applying its lessons to achieve his goals.

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  • 8. 

    What upsets Boxer the most about the battle against the humans?

    • A.

      He kicked a boy and thought he killed him.

    • B.

      Mollie ran away and hid.

    • C.

      Benjamin was shot by a human.

    • D.

      He was wounded.

    Correct Answer
    A. He kicked a boy and thought he killed him.
    Explanation
    Boxer is a loyal and compassionate character in the story. He values the principles of Animalism and believes in the equality of all animals. The fact that he kicked a boy and believed he had killed him goes against his moral code. This incident deeply upsets Boxer because it goes against his belief in the sanctity of life and his desire to live in harmony with others. It also shows his vulnerability and the emotional toll that violence takes on him.

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  • 9. 

    What was the name of the battle against the humans?

    • A.

      The Battle of Animal Farm.

    • B.

      The Battle of Cowshed.

    • C.

      The Battle of the Windmill.

    • D.

      The Battle of Manor Farm.

    Correct Answer
    B. The Battle of Cowshed.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The Battle of Cowshed." In George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm," the animals on the farm revolt against their human owner and take control of the farm. The Battle of Cowshed refers to the conflict that occurs when the humans attempt to retake the farm. The animals successfully defend their newfound freedom and emerge victorious in the battle against the humans.

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  • 10. 

    The day of the battle would always be remembered annualy by the animals how?

    • A.

      Firing a ceremonial gun in remembrance.

    • B.

      Marching in a yearly parade.

    • C.

      An annual speech by Snowball commemorating the battle.

    • D.

      Giving all the animals a Hero of Honor Medal

    Correct Answer
    A. Firing a ceremonial gun in remembrance.
    Explanation
    The animals would remember the day of the battle annually by firing a ceremonial gun in remembrance. This suggests that the animals would gather together and shoot a gun as a symbolic gesture to honor and commemorate the battle that took place. It signifies a tradition of remembrance and serves as a way for the animals to pay tribute to the significance of the battle in their history.

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