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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens to the overall animal population by Chapter 10?
(a) Stays the same.
(d) Meets expectations.
2. Upon whom does Napoleon blame the destruction of the windmill?
3. What does Napoleon order in Chapter 6, in regard to Snowball?
(a) He be found and killed.
(b) He fix the windmill.
(c) He never be allowed to return to the farm.
(d) He be found and brought back to the farm.
4. What does Napoleon order should be done to Frederick?
(a) Boiled alive.
(b) Buried on the farm.
(d) Thrown on the pile of treasonous animals.
5. What does the animal that returns to the farm in Chapter 9 speak of?
(c) Sugarcandy Mountain.
(d) Mr. Jones.
6. What happens to the food rations for the animals in Chapter 9?
(a) There is no food left.
(b) They are increased.
(c) They are reduced.
(d) They are the same.
7. What contributed greatly to the prosperity of the farm?
(a) The building of the windmill.
(b) The leadership of Napoleon.
(c) The beer made from the barley.
(d) The hardwork of Boxer.
8. How many hens starve to death?
9. Which day of the week is work voluntary for the animals?
10. What is posted on the side of the barn in Chapter 8?
(a) A poem written by Napoleon.
(b) A portrait and poem of Napoleon.
(c) The Seven Commandments alone.
(d) A portrait of Napoleon.
11. What is created in Napoleon's honor in Chapter 8?
(a) A new set of commandments.
(b) A song.
(c) A poem.
(d) A picture.
12. Who begins to deliver all of the orders in Chapter 8?
13. Why does Squealer say it is allowable for the pigs to sleep in beds?
(a) There are no sheets.
(b) The pigs are better than the other animals.
(c) Mr. Jones was seen back on the farm.
(d) They need to be rested to keep the farm running.
14. What does Napoleon order the hens to do in Chapter 7?
(a) Lay more eggs.
(b) Hide their eggs.
(c) Move off of the farm.
(d) Give up their eggs.
15. Which of the Seven Commandments does Napoleon break by slaughtering the animals whom he forced to confess to treason?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many hours do the animals work during the spring and summer?
2. What becomes very obvious and begins causing problems by the end of the novel?
3. By how much should the hens increase their production per week, according to Chapter 9?
4. Who finds the change to the Fifth Commandment?
5. Who does Napoleon tell the animals have always been in league together?
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