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whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy

1st Commandment

whatever goes upon four legs or has wings is a friend

2nd Commandment

no animal shall wear clothes

3rd Commandment

no animal shall sleep in a bed

4th Commandment

no animal shall drink alcohol

5th Commandment

no animal shall kill another animal

6th Commandment

all animals are equal

7th Commandment

after the animals saw the pigs drinking alcohol what did the commandment change to?

no animal shall drink alcohol to an excess

after the animals heard that the animals were sleeping in the beds what did the animals change the commandment to?

no animal shall sleep in a bed without sheets

at the end of the book what was the last commandment hanging on the wall? (benjamin read this)

all animals are equal, but some more than others

who is the author?

george orwell

what is the setting?

farm (in england), 1900s

what is the point of view?

3rd person

who is the MAIN character?


what is the turning point?

battle of the cowshed, change of the name to animal farm, snowball "runs" away, boxer being shipped off

what was the climax?

pigs walking on their hind legs

what was your resolution to your turning point?

"4 legs good, 2 legs better"

what was the theme?

power tends to corrupt, or ideals do not always work

what was the tone?

revenge, tense, didactic, satiric, allegoric

t or f: did the animals begin building another windmill?


t or f: reduction of food rations were called "readjustment"


t or f: 31 piglets were born and 19 of them were sired by Napoleon


t or f: pigs wore green ribbons on their tails on sundays


t or f: other animals had to bow their heads and close their eyes when the pigs passed


t or f: they planned to build a school room for the piglets


t or f: animal far was proclaimed a monarchy 1st class and Napoleon was named Emperor of all animals


t or f: moses cam back to the farm and did surveying work for daily beer


who kept the flies off boxer?


where did boxer go in Willingdon?

to an animal slaughter factory, glue factory

who told the animals about boxer suddenly leaving


how did squealer explain the whole situation?

they forgot to repaint the van

what did the pigs buy with their extra money?


what is the new 6th commandment?

no animal shall kill another animal without a cause

what is the windmill called?

napoleon mill

how did the windmill get ruined the first time and who was blamed?

snowball was blamed and the weather

how did the windmill get ruined the second time?

mr. fredrick and 14 other men ruined it

what did napoleon decide to sow in the pasture


before the animals took over who owned the farm

mr. jones

what is the name of the farm before the animals took over?

manor farm

what is boxer

a cart-horse

what is old major

a boar

what is clover

a cart-horse

what is moses

a raven

what does old major tell the animals


what is snowball


what is animalism


how many commandments are there


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