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English B2 Core

QuestionAnswer
Animal Farm is a what? Allegory
What did the pigs teach themselves to do? To read
Did the name Manor Farm change? No
What did the pigs do to the cows? Milk the cows
Who is the alcoholic owner of Manor Farm? Mr. Jones
Who is the talented poet and songwriter? Minimus
Who is stubborn and cynical? Benjamin
The totalitarian leader of the animals Napoleon
The horse who can't give up ribbons and sugar Mollie
The bird who brings religion to Animal Farm Moses
The farmer who buys the wood from the pigs Mr. Fredrick
The farmer who doesn't get the wood Mr. Pilkington
The pig who designs the windmill Snowball
The horse who is strong willed and hardworking Boxer
The pig who inspires the revolution Old Major
The white goat who can read with the best of all the animals Muriel
Napoleon's "mouthpiece" Squealer
The animals contact to the outside world Mr. Whymper
The motherly horse Clover
"Will there be sugar after the rebellion?" Mollie
"Napoleon is always right." Boxer because that's all he knows
"Above all. . . all animals are equal" Old Major says this to unite the animals
"It is for your sake that we drink that milk and eat those apples." Squealer so the pigs get more food and drinks
"The only good human being is a dead one." Snowball says this because he doesn't trust them
Although _______ governments have often failed in history, they do reappear from time to time again Communist
What point of view is Animal Farm told in? Third person omniscient
Old Major says the primary reason for all animals' suffering is . . . Humans
Why does Old Major fail to continue speaking out for the rebellion after his big speech? He died of old age three days afterward.
How did the pigs learn how to read? By using Mr. Jones children's spelling books.
Why does Snowball come up with the shortened version of the seven commandments, "Four legs good, two legs bad" Most of the animals couldn't read and memorize the commandments.
How does Squealer justify the pigs keeping the cows' milk for themselves? They need it to do their work of thinking and if they don't drink it Mr. Jones will come back
Why does Napoleon constantly blame Snowball for things? He needs a scapegoat on which to blame his mistakes and continue to instill fear in the animals.
What is Orwell saying about power and equality through Animal Farm's plot? Absolute equality is impossible because someone will always be corrupted by ideas of power.
Which animals stage a rebellion against one of Napoleon's rulings? The chickens because their eggs are going to be sold
Who is the hero of the Battle of the Cowshed? Boxer
How is the last commandment changed? All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others
Czar Nicholas ll Mr. Jones
Lenin/Marx Old Major
Trotsky Snowball
Russia Animal Farm
Stalin Napoleon
The military/police/KGB The dogs
Reliigion Moses
Propaganda Squealer
The working class Boxer
Communism Animalism
A story which characters, places and events stand for or symbolizes something else Allegory
A political theory derived from Karl Marx, advocating class war and leading to a society in which all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs Communism
The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. Satire
A short story, typically with animals as characters, and conveying a moral. Fable
An imagined place or state in which everything is unpleasant or bad, typically a totalitarian or environmentally degraded one Dystopia
Quatrain A group of 4 lines
Couplet a group of 2 lines
What is the name of Karl Marx's famous and influential piece? Communist Manifesto
"From each according to his ______. To each according to his ______" Abilities, need
Who was the leader of Russia before the revolution? Czar Nicholas ll
What had happened to Czar Nicholas ll? He and his family were executed
Who was the leader of the Bolshevik Party, and the leader of the revolution? Vladimir Lenin
These two men fight for the power after the death of Lenin Trotsky and Stalin
What is not true about totalitarianism? Citizens vote in open elections
An image is a word or phase that . . . Appeals to one of the senses
An image of an empty house with broken windows and rotting woods creates a feeling of . . . Loneliness
The form of figurative language that uses like, as, or resembles to compare two dissimilar things is . . . A simile
Personification is a kind of metaphor in which . . . Human qualities are given to something that is not human
"The storm clouds wept angry tears" is an example of Personification
"The principal is a rock" is an example of A metaphor
"My bed is as soft as a cloud" is an example of A simile
The words hiss or buzz are examples of-- Onomatopoeia
When a poem is scanned for meter, the reader discovers its-- Pattern of rhythm
A regular pattern of rhyme in a poem is called Rhyme Scheme
Poetry that is written in meter Has a regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
Oh, the Old ghOsts of hOme return Assonance
A shepherd's horn of gold echoed in the valley Imagery
In LifeLong Liberation from the sea Alliteration
"Tybalt, you rat catcher, will you walk?" Mercutio wants Tybalt to__ Fight
Why doesn't Romeo want to fight Tybalt at first? Because Romeo is now related to Tybalt
After Mercutio is mortally wounded, he says, "Ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man." What does he mean? He will be dead tomorrow
The prince punishes Romeo by Banishing him from Verona forever
All of the following consequences result from Romeo's killing of Tybalt except Juliet decides that Paris is more honorable than Romeo
Besides Lord Capulet, who surprises Juliet by telling her she should marry Paris? the Nurse
Friar Laurence sets a plan in motion. What is not part of his plan? Juliet should ride to Mantua immediately
In her soliloquy, Juliet admits what? She fears the potion might not work
The Capulets, the nurse, and Paris react to Juliet's supposed death with Anguished cries of grief
Act 4 of Romeo and Juliet ends with The wedding ceremony becoming a funeral
Created by: Kimmyra Neal