Animal Farm Ch. IV And V

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10 question quiz about Chapters IV and V of George Orwell's Animal Farm.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Who spread the news of the rebellion?

    • A.

      Piglets

    • B.

      Rats

    • C.

      Pigeons

    • D.

      Mollie

    Correct Answer
    C. Pigeons
    Explanation
    The pigeons spread the news of the rebellion. Pigeons are known for their ability to fly long distances and deliver messages. In the context of the question, it can be inferred that the rebellion was a significant event that needed to be communicated to others. The pigeons, with their flying capabilities, would have been the most suitable option to spread the news to a wider audience.

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  • 2. 

    What news did the pigeons bring to the farm?

    • A.

      Snowball was helping Jones get the farm back.

    • B.

      Pilkington was trying to buy the farm.

    • C.

      Jones and all his men were armed and coming up the path to the farm.

    • D.

      Frederick has kicked the bucket.

    Correct Answer
    C. Jones and all his men were armed and coming up the path to the farm.
  • 3. 

    What had Snowball studied to learn about war strategy?

    • A.

      A history of Hitler's campaigns

    • B.

      A history of Julius Caesar's campaigns

    • C.

      A history of Richard Nixon's campaigns

    • D.

      A history of Tae Kwon Do

    Correct Answer
    B. A history of Julius Caesar's campaigns
    Explanation
    Snowball had studied a history of Julius Caesar's campaigns to learn about war strategy. By studying the campaigns of Julius Caesar, Snowball would have gained insights into various military tactics, strategies, and decision-making processes that were employed by one of history's greatest military leaders. This knowledge would have provided Snowball with valuable lessons and principles that could be applied in the context of war strategy.

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  • 4. 

    Who got the Animal Hero First Class Award?

    • A.

      Napoleon

    • B.

      Mollie

    • C.

      Boxer

    • D.

      Snowball

    Correct Answer
    C. Boxer
    Explanation
    Boxer got the Animal Hero First Class Award.

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  • 5. 

    What name was given to the battle?

    • A.

      The Battle of the Cowshed

    • B.

      The Battle for the Republic

    • C.

      The Great Battle

    • D.

      Midsummer's Day Rebellion

    Correct Answer
    A. The Battle of the Cowshed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the Battle of the Cowshed" because it is the only option that specifically mentions a battle. The other options either refer to a different type of conflict or do not provide a clear indication of a battle taking place. Therefore, the name given to the battle in question is the Battle of the Cowshed.

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  • 6. 

    Which of these is Snowball best at?

    • A.

      Looking pretty

    • B.

      Planning an elaborate barn

    • C.

      Brilliant speeches

    • D.

      Getting support from the other animals

    Correct Answer
    C. Brilliant speeches
    Explanation
    Snowball is best at delivering brilliant speeches. This suggests that Snowball is a persuasive and charismatic speaker who is able to captivate and influence others with his words. This skill is likely to be important in the context of the question, possibly indicating that Snowball is a key figure in the story or has a leadership role where his speeches are influential in gaining support or persuading others to take action.

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  • 7. 

    Which of these is Napoleon best at?

    • A.

      Looking pretty

    • B.

      Planning an elaborate barn

    • C.

      Brilliant speeches

    • D.

      Getting support from the other animals

    Correct Answer
    D. Getting support from the other animals
    Explanation
    Napoleon is best at getting support from the other animals. This implies that he is skilled at persuading and rallying the animals to support his cause or ideas. This ability is crucial for a leader to maintain power and control over a group of individuals. It suggests that Napoleon is charismatic and influential, able to convince others to follow him and support his decisions.

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  • 8. 

    Which of these would not be a use for windmill?

    • A.

      Charge batteries for the tractors

    • B.

      Run a circular saw

    • C.

      Run an electric milking machine

    • D.

      Supply electric power

    Correct Answer
    A. Charge batteries for the tractors
    Explanation
    A windmill can be used to charge batteries for tractors as it harnesses wind energy and converts it into electrical energy, which can then be stored in batteries. This stored energy can be used to power the tractors when needed. Therefore, using a windmill to charge batteries for tractors is a valid and practical use.

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  • 9. 

    What was placed by the stump at the foot of the flagstaff?

    • A.

      Old Major's portrait

    • B.

      Old Major's skull

    • C.

      A plan of the new windmill

    • D.

      A map of the whole farm

    Correct Answer
    B. Old Major's skull
    Explanation
    Old Major's skull was placed by the stump at the foot of the flagstaff. This suggests that Old Major, the wise and respected boar who inspired the animals to rebel against the humans, has passed away. Placing his skull in a prominent location symbolizes the animals' reverence and remembrance of him. It also serves as a reminder of the principles and ideals that he stood for, motivating the animals to continue fighting for their rights and working towards a better future.

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  • 10. 

    How had seating at the meetings been changed?

    • A.

      All the animals now sat together.

    • B.

      The ducks and geese sat farther away.

    • C.

      A few pigs sat in the middle with the other animals facing them.

    • D.

      Everyone sat in rows.

    Correct Answer
    C. A few pigs sat in the middle with the other animals facing them.
    Explanation
    The seating at the meetings had been changed in such a way that a few pigs sat in the middle, while the other animals faced them. This suggests that the pigs were given a position of authority or leadership within the group, as they were placed in a central position and the other animals faced them. This change in seating arrangement may indicate a shift in power dynamics within the group, with the pigs asserting their dominance over the other animals.

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