Chapter 2 of mice and men

Wat does George answer when the boss asks what he is trying to put over? He says that he isn’t trying to put anything over, that he and Lennie travel together; they are cousins. He says that Lennie is slow mentally because he got kicked in the head by a horse, but that he is strong, a good worker who follows orders
Identify and describe Curley Curley was the boss’ son. He was a young man with a brown face, brown eyes and a head of tightly curled hair. He wore a work glove on his left hand, and he wore high-heeled boots. Curley was a little man, but he had been a boxing champion. He didn’t like anybody and was always picking fights.
The Swamper said,”Seems like Curley ain’t givin’ nobody a chance.” Explain this statement If Curley would fight a big man and win, everyone would think he was very strong and would congratulate him. If curley would fight a big man and lose, everyone would feel sorry for him and tell the big man to pick on someone his own size. Either way, Curley would come out the favorite of the crowd.
What advice does George give Lennie after Curley and the swamper leave? George tells Lennie to stay away from Curley, that he is nothing but trouble. Lennie replies that he doesn’t like this place, and he was to leave.
Identify Slim and Carlson Slim and Carlson are other ranch hands. Slim seems very reasonable and respected and tries to understand George and Lennie. Carlson is later responsible for killing Candy’s dog.
What does Slim have that Lennie wants? Slim’s dog has just had a litter of puppies. Lennie wants one.
Lennie has a habit of killing the mice he pets. Lennie will probably kill something or someone on this ranch.
George and Lennie had flee Weed when Lennie tried to feel a girl’s dress. Lennie will probably get into trouble with a girl at this new ranch
George tells Lennie to come back to the river and hide in the brush is anything goes wrong something will probably go wrong on this new ranch and he will have to go to this place to hide out.

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