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1. What type of boar is Old Major?

Large White
Middle White
Large Oxford
Small Coventry
2. What month did Old Major die in?

June
December
September
March
3. How many commandments were there originally?

7
1
10
4
4. What are the two neighbouring farmers to Animal farm called?

Mr Jones and Mr Willingdon


Mr Pinchfield and Mr Foxwood
Mr Pilkington and Mr Frederick
Mr Johnson and Mr Heath
5. What are the two pigs who disagree about everything called?

Snowball and Napoleon


Napoleon and Squealer
Snowball and Squealer
Squealer and Old Major
6. What building were the animals trying to build?

Barn
Stable
Windmill
Watermill
7. Who physically alters the commandments?
Boxer
Snowball
Squealer
Napoleon
8. What did the humans blame for the collapse of the windmill the first time it was
destroyed?

It was the fault of Snowball


The walls were too thin
It was too tall
They blew it up
9. Where is Boxer taken when he falls ill?

the vets
hospital
the knacker's
the house
10. What is the final commandment?

FOUR LEGS GOOD TWO LEGS BAD


NO ANIMAL SHALL DRINK ALCOHOL
NAPOLEON IS ALWAYS RIGHT
ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL BUT SOME ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS

11. What did Manor Farm/Animal Farm represent?

England
Germany
France
Russia

12. Who did Old Major represent?

Trotsky
Czar Nicholas
Stalin
Marx

13. Who did Mr. Jones represent?

Stalin
Trotsky
Czar Nicholas
Marx

14. What did the Rebellion represent?

The French Revolution


none of these
The American Revolution
The Russian Revolution

15. What did Old Major's teachings of Animalism


represent?

Communism
A Dictatorship
Capitalism
The Russian Orthodox Church

16. Who does Napoleon represent?

Marx
Czar Nicholas
Stalin
Trotsky

17. The story started with Old Major's vision of a better


life for animals. According to him, what was the only
real enemy the animals had?

Each other
Technology
Dogs
Man

18. Which animals, being the cleverest, took it upon


themselves to get the others ready for the rebellion?

Pigs
Cats
Dogs
Donkeys and Horses

19. What name did the animals give to Old Major's


system of thought?

Communism
Animalism
Majorism
Beastism

20. After the revolution, the animals decided to simplify


Old Major's teachings into seven basic rules, which
they then wrote out in paint on the side of the barn.
According to these commandments, who were friends
and who were enemies?

Two legs were good, four legs were bad


Animals were bad, dogs and man were good
Animals were good, birds and man were
enemies
Two legs were bad, four legs were good

21. After awhile, the system began showing signs of


weakness. Which two animals were never in agreement
whenever there was a debate?

The two female horses, Mollie and Clover


Snowball and Napoleon, the two young boars
Boxer the horse and Napoleon the boar
Squealer the pig and Benjamin the donkey
22. Although not as complete as the Animal Farm
rebellion, there were other instances of animals
fighting back on other farms.

True
False

23. The debates became even more intense as time


went on, especially the one about building a windmill.
Despite this, which character refused to join in any of
the debates?

Clover the horse


Benjamin the donkey
Napoleon the boar
Muriel the goat

24. The persuasive speakers in this story were pretty


much able to get the masses to do whatever they want.
But even more so, it became evident that might really
does make right. What did Napoleon use to take power
from Snowball?

He had his trained dogs attack Snowball.


He was bigger than Snowball and beat him in a
fight.
He poisoned Snowball while he was sleeping.
He made a deal with the neighbouring farmers to
attack and kill Snowball.

25. Which animals were the only ones to attempt a


rebellion on Animal Farm?

Ducks
Horses
Sheep
Hens

26. Who does Snowball represent?

Czar Nicholas
Stalin
Trotsky
Marx

27. Who did Moses the Raven represent?

Capitalism
A Dictatorship
Communism
The Russian Orthodox Church

28. What did Sugarcandy Mountain represent?

Heaven
America
Hell
England

29. What did the Windmill represent?

Trotsky's 5 year plan


none of these
The Rebellion
Stalin's 5 year plan

30. What did Foxwood, owned by Mr. Pilkington,


represent?

England
Heaven
America
Germany

31. What did Pinchfield, owned by Mr. Frederick,


represent?

Hell
England
Heaven
Germany

32. What did the dogs represent?

The Bourgeoisie
The Secret Police
The working class
The Russian Orthodox Church

33. What did Mollie the horse represent?

Spies
The Secret Police
The Bourgeoisie
The working class

34. What did the pigeons represent?

The Secret Police


Spies
The working class
The Bourgeoisie

35. Who is the character in the novel whose ideas are


the basis for Animalism?

Snowball
Napoleon
Old Major
Squealer

36. What is the name of the battle in which Snowball is


wounded?

Battle of Animal Farm


Battle of the Cowshed
The Glorious Revolution
The Animal Revolution

37. What is the name of the raven in "Animal Farm"?

Noah
Moses
Jesus
Abraham

38. The cart that takes away Boxer is owned by a man


who is a horse slaughterer and what other profession?

Butcher
Glue boiler
Pig slaughterer
Farmer

39. Which of these was Boxer's slogan?

Neither of them were


I will work harder
They both were
Napoleon is always right

40. What are the names of the owners of Animal Farm's


neighboring farms, Pinchfield and Foxwood?

Williams and Edwards


Hitler and Churchill
Frederick and Pilkington
Williams and Jones

41. Who is the first animal to stand on his hind legs?

Snowball
Napoleon
Squealer
Boxer

42. What is the name of Animal Farm's human liasion


with the outside world?

Mr Andrews
Mr Strachan
Mr McDonald
Mr Whymper

43. How many dogs are in Napoleon's "secret police"?

7
9
10
11

44. What day did the Battle of the Cowshed take place
on?

October 12
Christmas Day
Midsummer's Day
March 29

45. What was the last name of the human owner that
the animals ran out of the farm?

Jones
Williams
Leslie
Shepard

46. Which type of animal was considered the smartest


and therefore the best leader?
the dogs
the cats
the sheep
the pigs

47. Which type of animal was shot and killed at the


Battle of the Cowshed?

a cow
a dog
a horse
a sheep

48. What was the name of the horse that left Animal
Farm?

Trott
Cindy
Mollie
Regan

49. The Commandment "No animal shall ever sleep in a


bed with sheets." was a part of the original seven
commandments.

True
False

50. What was the name of the pig who was run out of
Animal Farm by Napoleon?

Snowball
Komono
Roger
Firefly

51. What project did Napoleon initially oppose but later


adopt?
Building an irrigation system
Building a windmill
Building an army to invade the neighboring
farms
Shooting Mollie.

52. Who acted as a mediator between Animal Farm and


the outside world?

Mr. Whymper
Jones
Mr. Louis
Napoleon

53. Animal Farm traded with the outside world.

True
False

54. Napoleon had animals killed after they professed


themselves traitors.

True
False

55. Who pulled the sheep aside to teach them "Four


legs good, two legs better."?

Napoleon
Pilkington
Snowball
Squealer

56. What was the windmill named?

Napoleon Mill
Mollie's Mill
Animal Farm Mill
Cowshed Mill

57. How did Frederick pay for the timber he bought


from Napoleon?

with a check
with cow's milk
with pennies
with forged bank notes

58. How was the windmill destroyed the second time?

Snowball set it on fire


Frederick and some men blew it up.
A storm caused it to fall
Napoleon set it on fire by accident by falling
asleep with a lit cigar.

59. Whom did the pigs meet with after they were seen
walking on their two hind legs?

Mr. Whymper
Snowball
Frederick
Pilkington

60. Animal Farm was written by :

George Orwell
Mary Shelley
H.G. Wells
Edgar Allan Poe

61. In the beginning of the book, who was the owner of


the farm?

Mr. Johnson
Mr. Smith
Mr. Jones
Mr. Brown

62. What was the original name of the farm?

Animal Farm
Manor Farm
East Ridge Farm
Honor Farm

63. Which animal, when trying to learn the alphabet,


couldn't remember more than 4 letters?

Molly
Boxer
Snowball
Old Major

64. Old Major taught the rest of the animals a song that
inspired them. What was it called?

Beasts of Burden
Beasts of England
Beasts of Ireland
Beast Master

65. 'All the animals capered with joy when they saw'
what going up in flames?

nosebags
halters
whips
the house

66. The pigs (who were 'in charge') reduced all of the
principles of Animalism into how many
commandments?

100
10
7
5

67. Which of these was not one of the


commandments?

All animals are equal.


No animal shall drink alcohol.
No animal shall smoke.
No animal shall sleep in a bed.

68. Which animal was the best at writing and thus had
the job of changing the farm sign and writing the
commandments on the barn wall?

Old Major
Boxer
Snowball
Molly

69. When Snowball thought of the maxim 'Four legs


good, two legs bad', what animal group objected
because they felt left out?

Answer: (One Word)

Bonus Points

70. Describe the three parts of the class structure of Russia before the revolution.
71. Who was known as Little Father?
The tsar of Russia
72. Who were the two first leaders of the Communist party? Lenin and Stalin
73. How do conditions on the farm under Napoleons leadership compare to when
Farmer Jones was the owner?