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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following animals is large, fierce and used to getting his own way?
2. How do the animals celebrate the fact that no humans remain on the farm?
(a) An extra ration of food.
(b) Taking over the farmhouse.
(c) Eating all the food.
(d) Turning Mr. and Mrs. Jones into slave labor.
3. What is the power Snowball wants to create to be used for?
(a) To cook the food.
(b) To do the work so the animals do not need to.
(c) To power tools.
(d) To warm the barn.
4. Who disagrees with Snowball's idea of how to create power on the farm?
5. By what season does word spread of the Animal Farm across the country?
(a) By late fall.
(b) By late spring.
(c) By late summer.
(d) By late winter.
6. Which animal wakes up earlier than the others and works through any breaks?
7. Whose strength do the animals rely on during the harvest?
8. What happens to the puppies?
(a) They run away from the farm.
(b) They are kept with their parents until they learn the Seven Commandments.
(c) They are taken after they are weaned to be educated.
(d) Their parents educate them in the Seven Commandments.
9. Who owns the farm where this story begins?
(c) Mr. Jones.
10. What do all of the animals do after Mr. Jones reacts to their noise in Chapter 1?
(a) Rush around the barnyard.
(b) Go into the farmhouse.
(c) Go to their beds to sleep.
(d) Leave the barnyard.
11. Which animal is not mentioned in Chapter 4 at all?
12. Which of the following animals is white?
13. Why doesn't Mr. Jones feed the animals for more than a day?
(a) He has no money to buy food.
(b) He has to go out of town.
(c) He simply forgets.
(d) He is too drunk.
14. What does Old Major wish to share with the other animals in Chapter 1?
(a) His plan to escape the barnyard.
(b) His alcohol.
(c) His dream from the prior night.
(d) His beliefs about Mr. Jones.
15. Why does work have to stop in the fields in January?
(a) The animals disagree on how to tend the fields.
(b) No one will work in the fields.
(c) The weather.
(d) Too many meetings to have time to tend to the fields.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which animal is driven from the farm by the dogs?
2. Who does Clover see Mollie speaking too in Chapter 5?
3. After the dogs drive the animal from the farm, what does Napoleon no longer deem necessary?
4. How many commandments of Animalism do Napolean and Snowball teach the other animals?
5. Which animal holds education sessions for the other animals?
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