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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. What is posted on the side of the barn in Chapter 8?
(a) A portrait and poem of Napoleon.
(b) A poem written by Napoleon.
(c) The Seven Commandments alone.
(d) A portrait of Napoleon.
2. What does Squealer announce on Sundays?
(a) Deaths of those committing treason.
(b) Production increases.
(c) Where Snowball is.
(d) The new Commandments.
3. Which of the following things stops completely on the farm by Chapter 10?
(a) Talk of retirement and luxuries.
(b) Human characteristics.
(c) Breaking of the Seven Commandments.
4. Which animal falls into greater power as Napoleon ages?
5. Which kind of animal's population grows larger than any other?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Squealer say it is allowable for the pigs to sleep in beds?
2. What do the pigs get shortly after Boxer leaves in the truck in Chapter 9?
3. Which animals continue to gain weight during the increased food rationing?
4. Why does Napoleon order the hens to increase their production in Chapter 9?
5. Who does Napoleon lead through the farm in Chapter 7 to report the animals have plenty of food?
Short Essay Questions
1. By Chapter 6, what types of materials do the animals begin to not have enough of to sustain the farm?
2. On Sundays, what announcement does Squealer make?
3. What does Napoleon do to Boxer in Chapter 9?
4. How many of the original Seven Commandments were broken throughout the novel?
5. Why are the animals changing the Commandments?
6. What about trading with Mr. Whymper is a source of pride for the animals on the farm?
7. What do the animals despise about trading with Mr. Whymper?
8. What may happen to many of the animals on the farm in the winter if Napoleon does not find something to trade?
9. By Chapter 10, what has happened to many of the animals who remember life before there was a revolution?
10. How do the pigs celebrate the victory over Frederick and his fifteen men?
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