Chapter III Questions and Answers

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Quiz Questions

  1. What is different about this year’s harvest?
  2. What does Boxer adopt as his motto?
  3. What do the animals do on Sundays?
  4. Do Snowball and Napoleon get along?
  5. Why don’t any animals except pigs submit resolutions for debate?
  6. What does Snowball want to focus on at the farm?
  7. What...

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Quiz Questions

  1. What is different about this year’s harvest?
  2. What does Boxer adopt as his motto?
  3. What do the animals do on Sundays?
  4. Do Snowball and Napoleon get along?
  5. Why don’t any animals except pigs submit resolutions for debate?
  6. What does Snowball want to focus on at the farm?
  7. What does Napoleon want to focus on?
  8. What happens to Jessie’s and Bluebell’s puppies?
  9. What has been happening to the milk?
  10. What does Squealer explain about the milk and apples?

Quiz Answers

  1. This year the animals have the largest harvest yet, and they also finish it faster than normal.
  2. Boxer adopts “I will work harder!” as his personal motto.
  3. On Sundays, the animals don’t work and instead hold farm-wide meetings to debate and vote on new resolutions.
  4. Snowball and Napoleon disagree on almost everything.
  5. Only the pigs are smart enough to come up with new resolutions.
  6. Snowball wants to focus on educating the animals and putting them into committees.
  7. Napoleon thinks the pigs should focus on the education of the young.
  8. Napoleon takes Jessie’s and Bluebell’s puppies up to a secret loft, and everyone soon forgets about them.
  9. It is revealed that the milk is being mixed in with the pigs’ mash.
  10. Squealer explains that the pigs need the vitamins in the milk and apples to continue being the brainworkers of the farm.
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