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In chapter we first see the pigs taking up a leadership role due to their intelligence over the other animals and form animalism that summarizes old Majors teachings. The chapter is full of changes in the farm. Can you remember them all? Take this quiz and find out if this is true!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Who died in the beginning of the chapter?

    • A.

      Major

    • B.

      Boxer

    • C.

      Snowball

    • D.

      Napoleon

    Correct Answer
    A. Major
    Explanation
    In the beginning of the chapter, Major, one of the main characters, died.

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  • 2. 

    The reason animals rebelled against Jones was what?

    • A.

      He beat the animals regularly.

    • B.

      He shot and killed the prize bull, and friend of all the animals.

    • C.

      He got drunk and neglected to feed the animals.

    • D.

      They did not rebel against him.

    Correct Answer
    C. He got drunk and neglected to feed the animals.
    Explanation
    The animals rebelled against Jones because he got drunk and neglected to feed them. This action showed his complete disregard for their well-being and basic needs, which caused the animals to rise up against him.

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  • 3. 

    Sugarcandy Mountain is what?

    • A.

      The name of the farm the animals live on, run by Jones.

    • B.

      The name of a heaven- like place all animals go when they die.

    • C.

      The name of the shed, where food is kept for the animals.

    • D.

      The name of the tavern (bar) that Jones and his friends visit.

    Correct Answer
    B. The name of a heaven- like place all animals go when they die.
    Explanation
    Sugarcandy Mountain is the name of a heaven-like place that all animals go to when they die. This is indicated by the phrase "heaven-like place" in the answer option. The other options do not mention anything about a heavenly place or afterlife for animals.

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  • 4. 

    The principles of Animism are boiled down into how many commandments?

    • A.

      Ten

    • B.

      Five

    • C.

      Seven

    • D.

      Twelve

    Correct Answer
    C. Seven
    Explanation
    The principles of Animism are boiled down into seven commandments. These commandments serve as guidelines for practitioners of Animism to follow in order to maintain a harmonious relationship with the natural world and the spirits that inhabit it. Each commandment represents a different aspect of Animism, such as respecting all living beings, honoring ancestors, and living in balance with nature. By adhering to these commandments, practitioners aim to live in harmony with the spiritual realm and the physical world around them.

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  • 5. 

    What do the animals do about the farmhouse once the farm is theirs? 

    • A.

      They turn it into a headquarters, planning their next moves.

    • B.

      They burn it, because it reminded them of Jones.

    • C.

      They turn it into a graveyard for animals who died fighting Jones.

    • D.

      They make it off limits to any animals wishing to live there.

    Correct Answer
    D. They make it off limits to any animals wishing to live there.
    Explanation
    The animals make the farmhouse off limits to any animals wishing to live there. This implies that the animals want to preserve their new way of life on the farm and prevent any animal from becoming like the humans they overthrew. By making the farmhouse off limits, they ensure that no animal will have the opportunity to become corrupt or take advantage of the privileges that the humans once had. This decision reflects the animals' desire to maintain equality and prevent any form of exploitation or oppression on the farm.

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  • 6. 

    What do the pigs secretely taught themselves how to do?

    • A.

      Walk on two legs.

    • B.

      Talk like a human.

    • C.

      Read and write.

    • D.

      Play "beasts of england" on guitar.

    Correct Answer
    C. Read and write.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Read and write." This means that the pigs secretly taught themselves how to read and write. This suggests that the pigs are intelligent and capable of learning and acquiring new skills. Teaching themselves how to read and write indicates their desire for knowledge and power, as literacy enables them to manipulate and control information. It also highlights their ability to communicate and potentially deceive other animals on the farm.

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  • 7. 

    What does Mollie want to do, which the pigs forbid?

    • A.

      Wear pretty ribbons on her mane.

    • B.

      Live in the farmhouse.

    • C.

      Drink milk from the cows.

    • D.

      Go to Sugarcandy mountain.

    Correct Answer
    A. Wear pretty ribbons on her mane.
    Explanation
    Mollie wants to wear pretty ribbons on her mane, but the pigs forbid her from doing so.

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  • 8. 

    Who is Moses? 

    • A.

      One of the pigs and leaders of the revolution.

    • B.

      A pet of Jones, a crafty raven.

    • C.

      A wise old goat who tells the animals to be peaceful.

    • D.

      A horse, one of Mollie's boyfriends.

    Correct Answer
    B. A pet of Jones, a crafty raven.
  • 9. 

    The trio of important pigs in this chapter who become leaders of the animal movement include who.

    • A.

      Moses, Washington, and Lincoln

    • B.

      Boxer, Theobald, and Richard

    • C.

      Hitler, Stalin, and Wilson

    • D.

      Squealer, Napoleon, and Snowball

    Correct Answer
    D. Squealer, Napoleon, and Snowball
    Explanation
    In this chapter, the three important pigs who become leaders of the animal movement are Squealer, Napoleon, and Snowball. These three pigs play crucial roles in the development and management of the animal revolution. Squealer is a persuasive and manipulative pig who acts as the propaganda machine for the leaders. Napoleon is a power-hungry pig who takes control of the farm and establishes a dictatorship. Snowball is an idealistic pig who initially shares power with Napoleon but is eventually driven out. Together, these three pigs shape the direction of the animal movement and exert their influence over the other animals.

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  • 10. 

    What happens to the milk from the cows at the end of the chapter? 

    • A.

      It is sold to the humans for a profit.

    • B.

      It is turned into butter to make food taste better.

    • C.

      It starts disappearing, as greedy animals steal some of it.

    • D.

      It is turned into ice cream and given to the animals as a reward.

    Correct Answer
    C. It starts disappearing, as greedy animals steal some of it.
    Explanation
    In the given chapter, the milk from the cows is not sold to humans for a profit, turned into butter to make food taste better, or turned into ice cream and given to the animals as a reward. Instead, it starts disappearing as greedy animals steal some of it.

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