Animal Farm: Chapter 7 to 10

Animal Farm: Chapter 7 to 10

Why did the humans think the windmill had fallen
They thought it had fallen because the walls were too thin.
What took place to the food supply in January
The food supply was running low, and rations had to be minimized.
How did Napoleon use Mr. Whymper to show that there were no problems on Animal Farm
He made certain there was little to no contact in between the other animals and Mr. Whymper, and likewise filled the almost empty bins in the store shed up with sand so they looked like they were complete, when they were truly not.
What orders did Napoleon offer the hens
He told the hens they must surrender their eggs.
What plan of disobedience did the hens create and what was Napoleon’s reaction
The hens’ plan was to fly up the rafters and there lay their eggs, which smashed to pieces on the flooring. Napoleon bought the hens’ provisions to be stopped, and revealed that any animal offering so much as a grain of corn to a hen need to be punished to death.
What did Mr. Whymper advise Napoleon to do with the wood on the farm
He advised Napoleon to offer the timber, as both Mr. Pilkington and Mr. Frederick were both distressed to buy it.
Whenever something went wrong, who was it blamed on
It was blamed on Snowball.
After conducting an examination, what major news did Squealer have to report
He found out that Snowball had actually sold himself to Frederick of the Pinchfield farm, who is plotting to attack Animal Farm and take it away from them.
Who was Snowball a secret representative of all along
He was a secret agent of Jones.
How was it stated that they discovered this secret about Snowball
They stated it was shown by files Snowball left behind and had simply been discovered.
How did Napoleon get the 4 pigs to admit they had actually been privately working with Snowball
The canines attacked the 4 pigs and they finally confessed to dealing with Snowball.
What occurred to the pigs after they confessed
They were eliminated by the dogs.
What other animals came forward and confessed to dealing with Snowball? What was their fate?
The 3 hens, a goose, and 3 sheep all stepped forward and admitted to working with Snowball. They were all slaughtered.
Why were the animals so upset by the massacre of animals
They were so upset, because considering that Jones had left, no animal had actually eliminated another animal, and now things are changing.
What was Boxer’s option to the problems they were coming across on the Farm
His option is that they ought to work harder. He believes these things are happening due to a fault in the animals.
What was Clover so upset about
She was so upset, due to the fact that this is not what they had actually aimed for all those years ago when Old Major had very first stirred them to disobedience.
What did Napoleon eliminate the singing of Monsters of England? What was his reasoning?
He abolished the singing of Monsters of England, due to the fact that it is no longer required, as the Disobedience is now over.
What was it changed with
It was replaced with another song that began with, “Animal Farm, Animal Farm, Never ever through me shalt thou come to damage.”
How was the Sixth Commandment altered
No animal will kill any other animal without cause.
What did Squealer tell them about the food production on the farm
He informed them production of every class of foods had increased by 300 percent, 400 per cent, 500 per cent, and so on.
How typically did Napoleon appear in public? Who was with him when he did?
He appeared less in public now, and whenever he did, he was accompanied by all of the canines in addition to a black cockerel.
What new date would the weapon be fired on
The weapon would also be fired on Napoleon’s birthday.
How was Napoleon referred to
He was referred to as “our Leader, Pal Napoleon”.
How did the animals feel about Napoleon? What did they compose for him?
They all loved him and whenever something great occurred to them, they believed it occurred since of Napoleon. They composed him a poem called “Associate Napoleon”.
As an outcome of hens admitting to outline Napoleon’s murder, what new precautions were taken
4 pets now guarded his bed every night, and a young pig name Pinkeye needed to try Napoleon’s food each time prior to he consumed it, in case it was poisoned.
Why did the animals distrust Pilkington
They suspected him because he was a human.
Why did the animals not like about Frederick
They didn’t like him due to the fact that they thought he was meaning on bringing against them 20 men with guns, and likewise Frederick was vicious to his animals.
What did Napoleon say about reports of him offering wood to Frederick
He said he would never ever do that, as it is beneath his dignity to have dealings with scoundrels like him.
What did the pigeons alter their slogan to
They altered their slogan to “Death to Humankind”.
What was the pigeon’s motto became now
It was altered to “Death to Frederick”.
Where was it said Snowball had in fact been hiding the whole time
He had really been hiding at Foxwood, Pilkington’s farm, not Frederick’s farm.
How did Frederick want to pay for the lumber? How did Napoleon make him pay instead?
He wanted to pay with a cheque, a paper with a pledge to pay on it, but Napoleon made him in real five-pound notes, which had to be handed over before Frederick could have the timber.
What awful news did Whymper bring to the farm
The bank-notes were forgeries, and Frederick had gotten the wood for no cost at all!
What did Napoleon want to happen to Frederick
He wanted to catch Frederick and boil him alive.
What actions were required to avoid an attack from Frederick
Sentinels were positioned at all entryways to the farm, and 4 pigeons were sent out to Foxwood with a conciliatory message.
Describe what happened when the humans assaulted.
15 men came, with 6 guns in between them, and they opened fire as quickly as they got within 50 lawns. The animals could not deal with the explosions and stinging pellets, and a variety of animals were already injured.
How were the people going to ruin the windmill
It was thought they were going to knock it down with a crowbar and a sledgehammer, however they ended up blowing it up.
Describe the battle that happened after the windmill was damaged.
The animals charged right at the men, and the males continued firing. The animals lashed out with their sticks and their heavy boots. A cow, 3 sheep, and 2 geese were eliminated, and practically everybody was injured. The animals eliminated some of the men, and the people realized they were in danger of being surrounded, so Frederick and his remaining men left.
How were the animals encouraged that they had actually won an excellent triumph
They were encouraged they have actually driven the enemy off their soil which they have recovered what they had in the past.
What was the fight to be called
The Battle of the Windmill
What brand-new decor was developed
Who was it provided to? The new decoration was the Order of the Green Banner, which Napoleon made for himself.
What did the pigs find in the cellar of the farmhouse
They found a case of whisky.
What horrible news did Squealer have for the animals
He told them Associate Napoleon was passing away.
What was Comrade Napoleon’s last decree
His last decree was that the drinking alchohol would be punished by death.
What did Napoleon want to plant on the land that had been a grazing-ground
He wanted to plant barley.
How was the Fifth Commandment changed
It was altered from “No animal ought to drink alcohol.” to “No animal will consume alcohol to excess.”
What was the one ambition Boxer had left
His one ambition left was see the windmill well under way before he reached the age in which he was to retire.
When winter season approached, what occurred to rations
Everybody’s rations were minimized, except for the pigs and the pets.
What did Squealer state to persuade them that everything was really much better than in the days of Jones
He said that they worked shorter hours, had better drinking water, lived longer, and gave numerous other examples of how things are going better now than they were when Jones was around.
Who was the daddy of the young pigs
What did he wish to do about their schooling? The dad was Napoleon, and he wanted to construct a schoolroom in the farmhouse garden, and he would teach them.
When an animal fulfilled a pig in their course, what was the animal to do
The other animal must step aside.
What were the pigs permitted to wear in their tails on Sundays
They were permitted to use green ribbons on their tails on Sundays.
What brand-new provision were the pigs receiving daily
They were receiving a ration of a pint of beer.
In what ways did life have more self-respect, despite the difficulties being borne
There were more tunes, more speeches and more processions.
What was the function of the Spontaneous Presentation? Describe what it entailed.
The purpose was to commemorate the battles and accomplishments of Animal Farm. All of the animals would leave their work and march around in military formation, then there were poems and speeches, and in some cases a shot was fired from the gun.
When Animal Farm was declared a Republic, who was elected President
Napoleon was chosen President.
When new documents were found, what did they say about Snowball’s participation in the Battle of the Cowshed
It was exposed that Snowball had really been freely fighting on Jones’ side.
Who went back to the farm after a lack of a number of years? What was he continuously discussing?
Moses returned, and was constantly talking about Sugarcandy Mountain.
How did the animals feel about Sugarcandy Mountain? How did the pigs feel?
Many of the animals believed Moses’ stories about Sugarcandy Mountain, but the pigs thought they were all lies.
How did Boxer’s look modification as he continued to work throughout the winter season
His hide was less shiny than it had used to be, and his excellent haunches appeared to have shrunken.
What took place to Fighter when he went alone to drag a load of stone to the windmill
He fell on his side and harm this lung.
How far away from retirement was Fighter
He was a month away from his retirement.
Where did Napoleon wish to send Fighter to be dealt with
How did the animals feel about this? He wanted to send out Fighter to the hospital at Willingdon. The animals felt type of uneasy about this, since besides Mollie and Snowball, nobody had actually ever left the farm, and they didn’t like the idea that Fighter would be in the hands of human beings.
What did Fighter want to commit the staying years of his life to
He wished to devote them to discovering the staying 22 letters in the alphabet.
What did the side of the van say that was taking Fighter away
The side of the van stated, “Alfred Simmonds, Horse Slaughterer and Glue Boiler, Willingdon. Dealer in Hides and Bone-Meal. Kennels Supplied.”
What did Squealer tell the animals had occurred to Boxer
He told them that Fighter had actually died in the healthcare facility at Willingdon, after getting all of the attention a horse could have.
What explanation did he provide for the indication on the side of the van
He stated that the van had once come from a knacker, but had actually been purchased by a veterinary surgeon, who had not painted the old name out yet.
What did Napoleon want everybody to do in Fighter’s honor
He desired everyone to embrace the maxims, “I will work harder.” and “Associate Napoleon is always right.”.
What did the pigs get enough cash to purchase
They got adequate cash to buy themselves another case of whisky.
When the windmill was finally completed, what was it utilized for
It was used for grating corn.
What did Napoleon state the truest happiness originated from
He stated it originated from striving and living frugally.
What did Squealer tell the animals the pigs needed to work on all day
He told the animals the pigs had to deal with mystical things called “files”, “reports”, “minutes” and “memoranda”.
What did Squealer take the sheep to do
He took them to a peice of waste ground at the other end of the farm and informed them to search out the leaves.
What did Clover see the Squealer and then the remainder of the pigs doing
They were all strolling on their hind legs.
What did Napoleon bring when he came out of the farmhouse
He brought a whip in his trotter.
What did the sheep begin stating
They began saying, “four legs great, 2 legs much better”
What were the Rules changed with
It was replaced with the concept that all of the animals on Animal Farm were equal.
What human-like activities did the pigs begin doing
They were dressing like human beings, and battling like humans.
What were human beings invited to the farm to do
They were welcomed to make a tour of assessment.
What did the animals see inside the farmhouse when they peered in through the window
Half a lots farmers and half a dozen pigs were relaxing a table together.
Describe Pilkington’s toast.
He said he enjoys that all mistrust and misconception is over. Too many farmers believed the ways of Animal Farm were bad which they would not last for long, today he has seen today that is not true, Animal Farm has a lot of great techniques.
What did Pilkington compare the lower animals to
He stated if they had their lower animals to compete with, they have thier lower classes.
Describe what Napoleon stated in his toast.
He said that he too enjoyed that all misconception was over, and he just wanted to reject rumors that Animal Farm attempted to stimulate rebellion among the animals at neighboring farms. That is not real! Their sole dream was/is to live at peace and in regular service relations with their next-door neighbors.
What modifications did Napoleon want to make to Animal Farm
What did he change the name back to? He wants to rid of everybody adressing one another as “Comrade”, in addition to the hoof and horn on the flag, now it will just be plain green. He changed the name back to “The Manor Farm”.
When the animals looked back into the farmhouse, what had altered in the faces of the pigs
The pigs are ending up being a growing number of similar, and it is even beginning to show in their faces.

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