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Any other preferencesBase all the questions on this text: Chapter 1: Old Major, an old and wise pig, gathers all the animals on Manor Farm for a meeting. He speaks to them about a dream he had in which animals live together in a society where they are free and equal. He calls on them to rise up against their human oppressors and establish their own animal-run farm. Chapter 2: The animals overthrow Mr. Jones, the farmer who runs Manor Farm, and rename it Animal Farm. They write a set of rules for their new society, which include the principles of Animalism, the philosophy that animals should be free from human oppression and live in equality. Chapter 3: The pigs take on the role of leaders on Animal Farm, with two young pigs named Snowball and Napoleon emerging as the most influential. The animals work hard to build their new society and harvest crops, but they face challenges and setbacks. Chapter 4: The pigs, particularly Napoleon, start to consolidate power on Animal Farm. They begin to manipulate the other animals and make decisions on their behalf, often against their best interests. The animals are taught to fear and hate their former human oppressors. Chapter 5: Snowball and Napoleon disagree on how to lead Animal Farm, with Snowball advocating for technological progress and education for all animals, while Napoleon believes in building up the farm's military defenses. They debate their ideas at a meeting of all the animals, but Napoleon ultimately has Snowball exiled from Animal Farm. Chapter 6: Under Napoleon's leadership, Animal Farm becomes more and more authoritarian. The pigs start to live in the farmhouse and take on human habits, such as drinking alcohol. The other animals are forced to work harder and harder, with the pigs using propaganda to justify their actions. Chapter 7: Napoleon starts to use violence and intimidation to maintain his power on Animal Farm. He orders the execution of animals who have been accused of working with the humans, and the other animals are too afraid to question his authority. Chapter 8: The pigs' rule on Animal Farm becomes increasingly oppressive, with them taking more and more privileges for themselves and treating the other animals as servants. They begin to trade with human farmers, despite their previous vows never to associate with humans. Chapter 9: The pigs rewrite history and manipulate the other animals to believe that they are better off now than they were under human rule. They use propaganda to hide their corruption and maintain their power. Chapter 10: The pigs' rule on Animal Farm becomes more and more brutal, with them executing animals and forcing the other animals to work long hours with little food. The book ends with the pigs looking and acting more like humans, having completely abandoned the original ideals of Animalism.
  1. Who is Old Major?

A. The wise pig who gathers all the animals on Manor Farm for a meeting B. The greedy farmer who runs Manor Farm C. The loyal dog who helps the humans on Manor Farm D. The sly fox who tricks the animals on Manor Farm

  1. What is the dream that Old Major has?

A. A dream in which animals live together in a society where they are free and equal B. A dream in which humans rule over animals C. A dream in which animals are made to work harder than ever before D. A dream in which animals are treated even worse than they are now

  1. What is Animalism?

A. The philosophy that animals should be free from human oppression and live in equality B. The philosophy that humans are superior to animals and should rule over them C. The philosophy that animals should work harder for the humans D. The philosophy that animals should accept their lot in life

  1. What is the role of the pigs on Animal Farm?

A. They become the leaders of the animals B. They are the strongest animals on the farm C. They are the most loyal to the humans D. They are the most oppressed animals on the farm

  1. Who are the two young pigs named Snowball and Napoleon?

A. The most influential pigs on Animal Farm B. The least influential pigs on Animal Farm C. The most dishonest pigs on Animal Farm D. The most hardworking animals on Animal Farm

  1. What is the debate between Snowball and Napoleon in Chapter 5?

A. Snowball advocates for technological progress and education for all animals, while Napoleon believes in building up the farm's military defenses B. Snowball believes in building up the farm's military defenses, while Napoleon advocates for technological progress and education for all animals C. Snowball believes that animals should be ruled by humans, while Napoleon wants the animals to be free from human oppression D. Napoleon believes that animals should be ruled by humans, while Snowball wants the animals to be free from human oppression

  1. What happens to Snowball in Chapter 5?

A. Napoleon has him exiled from Animal Farm B. He becomes the new leader of Animal Farm C. He dies from disease D. None of the above

  1. What happens to Animal Farm in Chapter 6?

A. It becomes more and more authoritarian under Napoleon's leadership B. It becomes more and more democratic under Napoleon's leadership C. It becomes more and more chaotic under Napoleon's leadership D. None of the above

  1. What do the pigs start to do in Chapter 6?

A. They start to live in the farmhouse and take on human habits B. They start to live outside in the barn with the other animals C. They start to work harder than the other animals on the farm D. They start to rebel against Napoleon

  1. What does Napoleon start to do in Chapter 7?

A. He starts to use violence and intimidation to maintain his power on Animal Farm B. He becomes a more democratic leader C. He leaves Animal Farm and goes to live with the humans D. None of the above

  1. What do the pigs begin to do in Chapter 8?

A. They take more and more privileges for themselves and treat the other animals as servants B. They become more compassionate and caring toward the other animals on the farm C. They begin to work harder than the other animals on the farm D. They begin to share their food equally with the other animals on the farm

  1. What do the pigs do in Chapter 9?

A. They rewrite history and manipulate the other animals to believe that they are better off now than they were under human rule B. They make the other animals work even harder than before C. They begin to treat the other animals with more respect and kindness D. They step down from their positions of power on the farm

  1. How does the book end?

A. The pigs look and act more like humans, having completely abandoned the original ideals of Animalism B. The pigs become more like animals, having embraced the original ideals of Animalism C. The humans come back and take over Animal Farm D. None of the above

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