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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who are people/animals gathering to hear speak in Chapter 1?
(b) Old Major.
(c) Mr. Jones.
2. What do other animals on other farms begin to do by Chapter 4?
(a) Subtly disobey their masters.
(b) Run away to the Animal Farm.
(c) Hold protests.
(d) Fight with each other.
3. Which animals are considered the most intelligent on the farm?
4. Which animals are very brave during the battle in Chapter 4?
(a) Snowball and Napoleon.
(b) Boxer and Snowball.
(c) Boxer and Napoleon.
(d) Boxer and Squealer.
5. What is the power Snowball wants to create to be used for?
(a) To do the work so the animals do not need to.
(b) To cook the food.
(c) To power tools.
(d) To warm the barn.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Napoleon do to Snowball's paper plans for creating power on the farm?
2. How do animals in other places show their support of Animal Farm?
3. Who convinces the animals on the farm that the power source for the farm was Napoleon's idea all along?
4. How many commandments of Animalism do Napolean and Snowball teach the other animals?
5. By what season does word spread of the Animal Farm across the country?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who begins to organize the revolution in Chapter 2?
2. Why do you think the animals dislike alcohol?
3. What in Chapter 4 could be considered as increasing the tension between Napoleon and Snowball?
4. Who is left totally in charge of the farm at the end of Chapter 5?
5. What does Old Major want to do with the content of his speech?
6. What talents does Squealer display which will be useful during the revolution?
7. How do the other animals feel about Old Major?
8. What do you think happened to Mollie?
9. What happens to the rest of the animals after Old Major's speech?
10. Why do the farm animals continue to believe in Old Major's message?
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