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Animal farm test

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Squealer
Repainted the seven commandments
Benjamin
Cynical donkey; never expresses support for the pigs
Mollie
Loves ribbons
Frederick
Pays napoleon with counterfeit money
Snowball
Designs plans for the windmill
Pilkington
Toasts napoleon and the farm at the end of the novel
Farmer jones
Unwittingly brings the revolution on himself
Old major
Has a vision of a world without humans
Boxer
Has a personal motto to work harder
Whymper
Acts as a go-between for the pigs and humans
Clover
Nurses boxer while he's ill
Napoleon
Secretly trains the puppies as guard dogs
Moses
Tells the animals about Sugarcandy Mountain
A utopian society is impossible to obtain
Although the animals believe they're all equal it's not true
Revolutions can be betrayed
Napoleon helps lead the revolution but he himself becomes a dictator
Revolutions can be betrayed
The pigs become, in spite of majors warning, like the humans
Revolutions can be betrayed
The seven commandments are secretly changed
Totalitarian government is dangerous and wrong
Under napoleons rule individual thought is punishable by death
True
The novel is classified by Orwell as a fairy story
True
One of the authors purposes is to criticise totalitarian governments
False
Animals farm is a lighthearted children's tale
False
Old major tells the animals how to plan for the coming revolution
False
The pigs reserve all the milk and apples for the sick animals
False
All the animals learn to read and they memorise the seven commandments
True
The police force of animal farm is the dogs
False
The humans shot and killed old major during the battle of cowshed
True
Animal farm never goes bankrupt; in fact it prospers financially
True
Drinking alcohol is forbidden but the pigs change the rule for their own benefit
True
The history of animal farm has to be rewritten continually to conform to napoleons ideology
False
Boxer does of overwork
False
When boxer finally retired he spends his free time teaching the young sheep
True
To strengthen his dictatorship napoleon initiates a reign of terror in which many animals lose their lives
True
When anything goes wrong, snowball is blamed
True
The hens rebel at having to give up their eggs for sale to humans
False
Major is a very practical and logical leader
True
Boxer is admired by the other animals for his strength
True
The revolt at animal farm frightens the neighbourhood farmers
False
The windmill is never used on the farm
False
The pigs encourage Moses in his tales about Sugarcandy mountain
False
Napoleon leads the farmers into a trap at the battle of cowshed
True
Boxer believes that he can solve all the farms problems by working harder
False
The first windmill collapses because of snowball
True
Animals who disobey or question napoleon are forced to confess their "treason" before they are executed
True
The pigs become so much like the humans that the other animals cannot tell the difference
True
at the end of the novel the name manor farm is restored
Snowball says the animals should not wear human clothing so
Boxer throws his straw hat on the fire because
He secretly approves of it
Napoleon proposes no alternative to snowballs plans for the windmill
He wants the pigs actions to be legal so
Squealer secretly alters the seven commandments
Boxer can only serve napoleon now by being sold to
the knacker
The farm is the same but with different owners
Napoleon restores the farms original name because
Old major
The animal who has the original dream of the revolution is
Loves luxuries
Mollie doesn't make a good revolutionary because she
Neglecting the animals
Farmer Jones helps brings on the revolution by
Four legs good two legs bad
Majors notion that all humans are enemies is summed up in a statement that
Talker
Squealer is useful to napoleon because he is a good
Snowball
The animals win the battle of cowshed under the leadership of
The discussion of the windmill
Napoleon makes his first move of power during
Majors ideas are being forgotten
Changing the chant calling for death to humanity to one calling for death to Frederick is ominous because it indicates
Benjamin
The only animal that is aware of what is happening is
The rebellion has been accomplished
Napoleon abolishes the singing of beasts of England because
Animalism
Majors teachings are formed into a complete system called
Heaven
Sugarcandy mountain refers to
Hungover
The animals think napoleon is dying when really he is
Totalitarianism
The government developed into a
Minimus
The farms poet and song writer is
400 eggs a week
Napoleon makes a contract to sell the humans
Napoleon mill
The windmill is names
Hoof and horn
On the flag, snowball paints a white
Snowball
The one who promises a three-day work week if the windmill is built was
Blasting powder
Frederick's men destroy the windmill by using
Clover
Seeing a pig walk on two legs shocks
The dogs
Executions are accomplished by
Instilling fear
Discipline is maintained by
Coccidiosis
Nine hens are said to have died of
Change his mind
Napoleon objects to the windmill and then
Napoleon
The belief in educating the young is held by
Pigeons
Those responsible for carrying news of the rebellion to other farms are the
Four porkers
The "enemy agents" who confess that snowball is mr. Jones scre tangent are
One
The number of commandments renaming at the end of the novel is
Mollie
The animal that most loves ribbons is
Squealer
Of these three characters, the most persuasive is
Pinkeye
The one who tests napoleons food for poison is
Storm
The windmill is first destroyed during a
Boxer and clover
The cart-horses are
Electricity
The windmill is to be used for
He is carried off to a slaughterhouse
What happened to boxer
Comrade Napoleon
Minimus writes a new poem
They both try to cheat cards
Napoleon and mr. Pilkington have an arguement
Benjamin
The only animal that doesn't change over the years
Battle of the windmill
The second battle with the humans is called the
Mollie
Clover discovers hidden ribbons in the stall belonging to
Benjamin
The animal who believes life will continue to be bad
Some animals are more equal than others
The final commandment
Boxer
"I will work harder" is the personal motto of
Boxer and snowball
After the battle of cowshed, the animal hero, first class medal is rewarded to
Intelligent
Boxer is not
Sincere
Squealer is not
Talkative
Napoleon is not
Optimistic
Benjamin is not
Practical
Major is not
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