Lazy because he doesn't want to shuffle the cards.
Nervous because he was engaging in a repetitive gesture to calm himself.
Like he won't win at cards because he refuses to deal them.
A mother because she had five girls.
A restaurant owner because she had a clean place with good whiskey and nice chairs.
A madame (one who owns a house of prostitutes) because she has five girls, they are clean, and they charge $2.50 per.
Curley is upset because he believes Slim is in the barn with Curley's wife.
By the end of the passage Curley is still frustrated because he doesn't know where his wife is.
Curly is upset because the mule has a hurt hoof and will slow down the work of the ranch.
He thinks it's a bunch of foolishness.
He believes they will never be able to do it.
He wants to go with them and live there, too.
A simile in which Lennie is likely being compared to a lamb or sheep.
A metaphor in which Lennie is likely being compared to a lamb or sheep.
A simile in which we're not supposed to know what Lennie is being compared to.
A metaphor in which we're not supposed to know what Lennie is being compared to.
He keeps petting mice even though he knows it will kill them
He pets puppies too hard and had to be told to stop
He crushed Curley's hand and wouldn't let go when told to
Despite the list above, we know that Lennie is not portrayed as cruel
All of the above