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Animal Farm Final Assessment
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- The political philosophy that governed Animal Farm was called a. democracy b. animalism c. socialism d. capitalism
- Old Major taught the animals a song called a. "Old Faithful" b. “The Star Spangled Banner" c. "Animal Crackers" d. "Beasts of England"
- The farm was governed by rules called the a. commandments b. code c. constitution d. statutes
- The first battle between the humans and the animals came to be known as the a. Battle of Cowshed b. Battle of Windmill c. Battle of Jones d. Battle of the Manor
- After they assumed power, the pigs went to live in a. the castle b. the barn c. the farmhouse d. the sty
- Whenever anything on the farm went wrong, the trouble was blamed on a. Benjamin b. Mollie c. Squealer d. Snowball
- While on parade, Napoleon was preceded by a a. band of dogs b. a rooster c. Moses d. Mollie
- The first time the windmill was destroyed, it was destroyed by a. a storm b. humans c. Snowball d. Napoleon
- The second time the windmill was destroyed, it was destroyed by a. a storm b. humans c. Snowball d. Napoleon
- Moses, the raven, liked to talk about a place called a. Shady Lane b. Heaven c. Kismet d. Sugar Candy Mountain
- At the end of the book, Napoleon changed the name of Animal Farm to a. Napoleon's Place b. Manor Farm c. Animal Kingdom d. Pilkington's Farm
- Boxer continues to support Napoleon's government for all of the following reasons except: a. Boxer was stupid and needed a leader to follow. b. Boxer felt that his support would lead to a happy retirement. c. Boxer was afraid that Mr. Jones would return and take over the farm. d. Boxer loved Mollie and knew that she supported Napoleon too.
- Snowball driven off Animal Farm for all of the following reasons except: a. Snowball was becoming popular. b. Snowball was a threat to Napoleon's power. c. Snowball no longer believed in the Revolution and wanted to overthrow the new society d. Napoleon was jealous of Snowball and his ideas.
- Benjamin didn't try to change things, even though he recognized the faults of the new society, for all of the following reasons except: a. He really loved the new way of life. b. He was a cynical, distrusting, lazy animal. c. He preferred to sit back and observe the actions of others. d. He didn't think he could accomplish anything by acting.
- The Seven Commandments were shortened to only one: "All animals are created equal but some are more equal than others" for all of the following reasons except: a. Napoleon and his pigs were in total command of the farm. b. One commandment was easier for the animals to remember. c. The pigs saw themselves as a superior class of animals. d. The idea of total democracy had been abandoned.
- Mr. Jones spent more time drinking than tending to his farm.
- From the beginning, the neighboring farmers knew that Animal Farm would be a great success.
- The animals became more concerned with building a windmill than with planting and harvesting crops.
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A final test on the novel, Animal Farm.