Animal Farm 5 And 6

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The fifth and sixth chapter shows how the animals try to make sure they survive after the departure of Mollie. The animals start to get independence but things go wrong when the November winds blow out the windmill. The quiz below will test out what you remember and understood from the chapters.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which animal runs away from the farm in the beginning of the chapter, choosing to live amongst the humans? 

    • A.

      Boxer

    • B.

      Snowball

    • C.

      Mollie

    • D.

      Napoleon

    Correct Answer
    C. Mollie
    Explanation
    Mollie is the correct answer because she is the horse who runs away from the farm in the beginning of the chapter. She chooses to live amongst the humans because she values her own comfort and enjoys being pampered by them. Mollie is not interested in the ideals of Animalism and prefers a life of luxury and ease.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the pigs comes up with the windmill idea to revolutionize work on the farm?

    • A.

      Napoleon

    • B.

      Squealer

    • C.

      Snowball

    • D.

      Old Major

    Correct Answer
    C. Snowball
    Explanation
    Snowball comes up with the windmill idea to revolutionize work on the farm.

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  • 3. 

    What happens to Snowball during the windmill debate? 

    • A.

      He becomes leaders of the pigs, because his idea is better than Napoleon's

    • B.

      He is chased out of the farm by Napoleon's dogs.

    • C.

      He is killed in front of the other animals for being a traitor.

    • D.

      He wages a civil war against the other animals.

    Correct Answer
    B. He is chased out of the farm by Napoleon's dogs.
    Explanation
    During the windmill debate, Snowball is chased out of the farm by Napoleon's dogs.

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  • 4. 

    How does Squealer try to taint the reputation of Snowball?

    • A.

      By telling the animals he really didn't do much during the Battle of Cowshed.

    • B.

      By telling the animals he is dumber than Napoleon.

    • C.

      By telling the animals he has begun trading with the humans.

    • D.

      By telling the animals he secretly had Old Major killed.

    Correct Answer
    A. By telling the animals he really didn't do much during the Battle of Cowshed.
    Explanation
    Squealer tries to taint the reputation of Snowball by telling the animals that he really didn't do much during the Battle of Cowshed.

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  • 5. 

    Who are Napoleon's most loyal supporters, whom he uses to keep the other animals in check? 

    • A.

      The Sheep

    • B.

      The Cows

    • C.

      The Horses

    • D.

      The Dogs

    Correct Answer
    D. The Dogs
    Explanation
    Napoleon's most loyal supporters, whom he uses to keep the other animals in check, are the Dogs. These dogs are trained by Napoleon to act as his enforcers and maintain control over the other animals on the farm. They are fiercely loyal to Napoleon and carry out his orders without question, making them an effective tool for maintaining his power and authority.

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  • 6. 

        Which of the animals works harder than all the others building the windmill, telling himself "I will work harder"? 

    • A.

      Benjamin

    • B.

      Napoleon

    • C.

      Boxer

    • D.

      Clover

    Correct Answer
    C. Boxer
    Explanation
    Boxer is the correct answer because throughout the story, he is portrayed as the most dedicated and hardworking animal on the farm. He is known for his motto "I will work harder" and is constantly seen working tirelessly to build the windmill. Despite his physical strength, Boxer is also naive and trusting, which makes him easily manipulated by the pigs.

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  • 7. 

    What does Mr. Whymper come to Animal Farm to do?

    • A.

      Help open up animal farm for commercial trade with the humans.

    • B.

      Re-take animal farm for Jones.

    • C.

      Surrender the other human owned farms to the animals.

    • D.

      Become Napoleon's secretary, helping him manage the farm.

    Correct Answer
    A. Help open up animal farm for commercial trade with the humans.
    Explanation
    Mr. Whymper comes to Animal Farm to help open up the farm for commercial trade with the humans. This suggests that he is acting as a representative or intermediary between the animals and the human world, facilitating business transactions and negotiations. This aligns with the pigs' decision to engage in trade with humans, which goes against the principles of Animalism and the original goals of the rebellion. Mr. Whymper's role highlights the pigs' gradual transformation into human-like figures and their willingness to compromise their ideals for personal gain.

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  • 8. 

    What do the pigs do in chapter five that disturbs the other animals? 

    • A.

      They start drinking lots of alcohol, like Jones.

    • B.

      They walk on their hind legs and dress like humans.

    • C.

      They get rid of all seven commandments.

    • D.

      They move into the farmhouse and sleep in the human's beds.

    Correct Answer
    D. They move into the farmhouse and sleep in the human's beds.
    Explanation
    In chapter five, the pigs move into the farmhouse and sleep in the human's beds. This action disturbs the other animals because it goes against the principles of the Animal Farm. The pigs were supposed to be equal to the other animals and work for the collective good, but by moving into the farmhouse and imitating human behavior, they are seen as betraying the ideals of the revolution. This behavior creates a sense of inequality and unfairness among the animals, leading to further discontent and tension on the farm.

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  • 9. 

    In November, a terrible storm rages through the farm, and causes what to happen? 

    • A.

      The farmhouse to collapse.

    • B.

      The windmill to be destroyed.

    • C.

      The crops to be flooded, causing famine throughout the farm.

    • D.

      The henhouse is hit by lightning, killing many chickens.

    Correct Answer
    B. The windmill to be destroyed.
    Explanation
    During the storm in November, the windmill on the farm is destroyed. This implies that the strong winds and harsh weather conditions caused significant damage to the windmill, rendering it unusable or completely destroyed.

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  • 10. 

    Who does Napoleon blame for the destruction of the windmill? 

    • A.

      Snowball

    • B.

      The humans

    • C.

      Mother nature

    • D.

      Spies living among the other animals.

    Correct Answer
    A. Snowball
    Explanation
    Napoleon blames Snowball for the destruction of the windmill. This is evident in George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm" where Napoleon, the pig leader, uses Snowball as a scapegoat for any failures or problems on the farm. By blaming Snowball, Napoleon is able to divert attention away from his own leadership and maintain control over the other animals.

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