Bo (Exodus 10:1-13:16)

10:2 Why is there no mention of Moses in the Haggadah?
10:5 What does “eye of the land” mean?
Who is the “he” mentioned in this verse?
10:6 What do we learn from this verse?
10:8 How were Moses and Aaron “returned”?
10:10 What does “See that evil faces you” mean?
10:21 What does “and the darkness will become darker” mean?
10:22 What happened during the three day period of gloom?
How many days of darkness were there?
10:23 What does this verse have to do with self-centeredness and Shabbat candles?
10:26 What does “we will not know how we shall serve G-d mean?
10:45 Why is the darkening of the sun an important aspect of the plague of locusts?
11:4 How were the words of this verse said to Pharaoh?
11:5 Why were the firstborn of the slavewomen killed?
Why were the firstborn of the animals killed?
11:8 What does “who are at your feet” mean?
Why was Moses angry?
11:9 According to this verse How many more miracles are indicated to be performed?
What are they?
12:1 Why did G-d also speak to Aaron in this verse?
Where and why was this commandment given?
12:2 What month is this verse referring to?
What is the significance of this verse as the first commandment of the Exodus?
12:5 What does perfect mean?
12:6 What does safekeeping mean?
What do we learn from “shall slaughter it”?
12:7 What houses are excluded by this verse?
12:10 Why is “until morning” stated twice in this verse?
12:12 How were the inanimate Egyptian gods punished?
12:13 What do we learn about the placement of the blood from this verse?
What does “there will not be a plague among you” teach us?
12:14 What day is it referring to?
12:15 What days are we obligated to eat matzos?
How do we know?
What day does “the first day” refer to?
12:16 What does “a calling of holiness” refer to?
What does “any work shall not be done on them” mean?
What food preparation is not permitted?
12:17 What does “you shall guard this day” mean?
12:18 What is there about the prohibition of chametz that makes it more stringent than other forbidden foods {i.e no 60:1 rule)?
12:23 What does this verse have to do with coming closer to G-d?
12:25 How many Passover celebrations were conducted in the wilderness?
When and why?
12:29 Why wasn’t Pharaoh killed? He was a firstborn.
12:30 How could there not be a house where there was not a corpse?
12:32 What blessing did Pharaoh want?
12:34 Why was the food not carried by their animals?
12:35 Why did G-d grant the Jews the garments of the Egyptian women?
12:40 How does this verse fulfill the prophesy that the Jews would be in Egypt for 430 years?
How did Isaac lessen the time to 210 years?
12:41 What else happened on the 15th of Nissan?
12:46 Why is the prohibition of removing the meat in the singular in Hebrew but the prohibition of not breaking any bones is in the plural form?
13:1-15 What do these verses have to do with the amount specified for the redemption of the firstborn?
13:2 What did the Jewish firstborn in Egypt do to earn this high level of sanctification?
What does it teach us?
Why is only the natural firstborn of the mother sanctified as a bechor?
13:3 What does this verse teach us?
13:4 Why is “the month of spring” mentioned?
13:5 What does “a land flowing with milk and honey” mean?
13:9 What shall be a sign?
What do we learn from this verse and from verse 13:16 about tefillin?
13:10 What does “from days to days” mean?
13:11 What does “and he will give it to you” teach us?
13:13 Why are the firstborn of a donkey treated differently than other non-kosher animals?
What does the amount paid for the redemption of the firstborn have to do with the role of
women in Judaism?
13:14 What does “tomorrow” refer to?