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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 plentiful for the animals in Chapter 6?
(b) Paraffin oil.
(d) Dog biscuits.
2. What does Napoleon order in Chapter 6, in regard to Snowball?
(a) He never be allowed to return to the farm.
(b) He fix the windmill.
(c) He be found and brought back to the farm.
(d) He be found and killed.
3. Why does Napoleon order the hens to increase their production in Chapter 9?
(a) To add another schoolhouse to the farm.
(b) To build a windmill.
(c) To feed the animals.
(d) To raise money.
4. Who declares the battle in Chapter 8 a victory?
5. Why does Squealer tell the animals that the pigs are constantly doing secret work?
(a) To create a new rebellion.
(b) To become the leader.
(c) To keep them content.
(d) To steal from the animals.
Short Answer Questions
1. What becomes very obvious and begins causing problems by the end of the novel?
2. Which animals continue to gain weight during the increased food rationing?
3. Who does Napoleon blame for anything that goes wrong on the farm?
4. Who finds the change to the Fifth Commandment?
5. Which of the following is not true about the construction of the windmill?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Squealer portray Snowball in Chapter 7?
2. Why do the pigs invite the neighboring farmers over in Chapter 10?
3. By Chapter 10, what has happened to many of the animals who remember life before there was a revolution?
4. In Chapter 7, what does Napoleon order in regards to Snowball?
5. Why must the hens increase their production in Chapter 9?
6. What does Napoleon declare Animal Farm to be in Chapter 9?
7. Why are the animals changing the Commandments?
8. What does the only Commandment left at the end of the novel state?
9. What do the animals continue to feel proud about in Chapter 10?
10. How do the pigs celebrate the victory over Frederick and his fifteen men?
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