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English: Animal Farm

A selection of quotes from George Orwell's 'Animal Farm'.

QuoteMissing Words
Chapter 1: Mr _____ of the _____ Farm... was too _____ to remember to shut the pop holes. 1) Jones 2) Manor 3) drunk
Chapter 1: No animal in England is _____. The life of an animal is _____ and _____: that is the plain _____. 1) free 2) misery 3) slavery 4) truth
Chapter 1: _____ is the only real _____ we have. 1) Man 2) enemy
Chapter 1: That is my _____ to you, _____: _____! 1) message 2) comrades 3) Rebellion
Chapter 1: No _____ must ever _____ over it's own _____... All animals are _____. 1) animal 2) Tyrannize 3) kind 4) equal
Chapter 1: The whole farm burst out into '_____ of _____' in tremendous _____. 1) Beasts 2) England 3) unison
Chapter 2: _____ nights later, _____ _____ died _____ in his sleep. 1) Three 2) Old Major 3) peacefully
Chapter 2: The work of _____ and _____ the others fell _____ on the _____, who were generally _____ as being the _____ of the Animals. 1) organizing 2) teaching 3) naturally 4) pigs 5) recognized 6) cleverest
Chapter 2: Snowball was a more _____ pig than Napoleon, _____ in speech and more _____. 1) vivacious 2) quick 3) inventive
Chapter 2: Squealer... was a brilliant _____... The _____ said of Squealer he could turn _____ into _____. 1) talker 2) others 3) black 4) white
Chapter 2: These three had _____ Old Major's _____ into a complete system of _____, to which they gave the name of _____. 1) elaborated 2) teachings 3) thought 4) Animalism
Chapter 2: At the _____ they were met with much _____ and _____. 1) beginning 2) stupidity 3) apathy
Chapter 2: "And shall I still be allowed to wear _____ in my mane?" asked _____. 1) ribbons 2) Mollie
Chapter 2: The _____ was achieved much _____ and much more _____ than anyone had expected. 1) Rebellion 2) earlier 3) easily
Chapter 2: The animals were still _____. At last they could stand it no _____. 1) unfed 2) longer
Chapter 2: The _____ had been _____ carried through: Jones was _____ and the Manor Farm was _____. 1) Rebellion 2) successfully 3) expelled 4) theirs
Chapter 2: All the animals _____ with _____ when they saw the _____ going up in _____. 1) capered 2) joy 3) whips 4) flames
Chapter 2: In a very little while the animals had _____ everything that had _____ them of Mr Jones. 1) destroyed 2) reminded
Chapter 2: Halted in _____ outside the door of the _____. They were... _____ to go inside. 1) silence 2) farmhouse 3) frightened
Chapter 2: The _____ should be _____ as a _____. All were _____ that no animal must ever _____ there. 1) Farmhouse 2) preserved 3) museum 4) agreed 5) live
Chapter 2: The _____ now revealed that during the past three _____ they had taught _____ to _____ and _____. 1) pigs 2) months 3) themselves 4) read 5) write
Chapter 2: These seven _____ would now be inscribed on the _____; they would form an _____ law by which all _____ on Animal Farm must live _____ after. 1) commandments 2) wall 3) unalterable 4) animals 5) forever
Whatever goes upon _____ legs is an _____; whatever goes upon _____ legs, or has _____, is a _____; No animal shall wear _____; No animal shall _____ in a _____; No animal shall drink _____; No animal shall kill any other _____; All animals are _____. 1) two 2) enemy 3) four 4) wings 5) friend 6) clothes 7) sleep 8) bed 9) alcohol 10) animal 11) equal
Chapter 2: "Never mind the _____, comrades!" cried Napoleon, placing himself in _____ of the _____... in the evening it was noticed that the _____ had _____. 1) milk 2) front 3) buckets 4) milk 5) disappeared
Chapter 3: How they _____ and _____ to get the hay in... the harvest was an even bigger _____ than they had _____. 1) toiled 2) sweated 3) success 4) hoped
Chapter 3: Boxer was the _____ of _____. 1) admiration 2) everybody
Chapter 3: He seemed more like _____ horses than _____. 1) three 2) one
Chapter 3: His answer to every _____, every _____ was "I will work _____!" - which he adopted as his personal _____. 1) problem 2) setback 3) harder 4) motto
Chapter 3: Snowball and _____ were by far the most active in _____. But it was ____ these two were never in _____. 1) Napoleon 2) debates 3) noticed 4) agreement
Chapter 3: The _____ had set aside the _____ room as a _____ for themselves. 1) pigs 2) harness 3) headquarters
Chapter 3: Snowball also busied himself with _____ the other animals into what he called _____ _____. On the whole, these projects were a _____. 1) organizing 2) animal committees 3) failure
Chapter 3: The _____ and _____ classes were a great _____. 1) reading 2) writing 3) success
Chapter 3: As for the _____, they could already read and write _____. 1) pigs 2) perfectly
Chapter 3: Boxer could not get _____ the letter '_____'. 1) beyond 2) D
Chapter 3: After much thought, Snowball _____ that the Seven Commandments could in effect be _____ to a single _____: 'Four legs _____, two legs _____.' 1) declared 2) reduced 3) maxim 4) good 5) bad
Chapter 3: The _____ of the _____ was more _____ than anything that could be done for those who were already _____ _____. 1) education 2) young 3) important 4) grown up
Chapter 3: Napoleon took them away from their _____, saying he would make himself _____ for their _____. 1) mothers 2) responsible 3) education
Chapter 3: The _____... was mixed everyday into the pigs' _____. 1) milk 2) mash
Chapter 3: The orchard was _____ with _____. The animals had _____ as a matter of course they would be shared out _____ 1) littered 2) Windfalls 3) assumed 4) equally
Chapter 3: The order went forth that all the _____ were to be collected and brought to the _____ room for the use of the _____. 1) Windfalls 2) harness 3) pigs
Chapter 3: "Surely, _____" cried Squealer almost pleadingly... "_____ there is no one among you who _____ to see _____ come back? 1) comrades 2) surely 3) wants 4) Jones
Chapter 4: They were all carrying sticks, except _____, who was _____ ahead with a _____ in his hands. _____ they were going to attempt the _____ of the farm. 1) Jones 2) marching 3) gun 4) Obviously 5) recapture
Chapter 4: Snowball, who had _____ an old book of _____ _____ campaigns... was in charge of the _____ operations. 1) studied 2) Julius Caesar's 3) defensive
Chapter 4: The most _____ _____ of all was Boxer. 1) terrifying spectacle
Chapter 4: They were _____, kicked, bitten _____ on. 1) gored 2) trampled
Chapter 4: "He is _____", said Boxer, _____, "I had no _____ of doing that." 1) dead 2) sorrowfully 3) intention
Chapter 4: "No _____, comrade!" cried _____, from whose wounds blood was still dripping. "The only _____ human being is a _____ one!" 1) sentimentality 2) Squealer 3) good 4) dead
Chapter 4: "I have no _____ to take life, not even a human life," repeated _____, his eyes were full of _____. 1) wish 2) Boxer 3) tears
Chapter 4: 'Animal _____, _____ class'... was ____ there and then on _____ and Boxer. 1) Hero 2) First 3) conferred 4) Snowball
Chapter 5: It had come to be _____ that the pigs, who were _____ cleverer than the other animals, should decide all questions of farm _____. 1) accepted 2) manifestly 3) policy
Chapter 5: Snowball and Napoleon... _____ at _____ point where _____ was possible. 1) disagreed 2) every 3) disagreement
Chapter 5: Within a few _____, Snowball's plans for the _____ were _____ worked out. 1) weeks 2) Windmill 3) fully
Chapter 5: Napoleon... _____ himself _____ the windmill from the start. He lifted his _____, _____ over the plans and walked out without _____ a word. 1) declared 2) against 3) leg 4) urinated 5) uttering
Chapter 5: Napoleon, on the other hand, _____ that the great _____ of the _____ was to _____ food production. 1) argued 2) need 3) moment 4) increase
Chapter 5: By the time (Snowball) had finished _____, there was no _____ which way the _____ would go. 1) speaking 2) doubt 3) vote
Chapter 5: Napoleon... uttered a high-pitch _____. 1) whimper
Chapter 5: Nine _____ dogs, wearing brass _____ collars came _____ into the barn. 1) enormous 2) studded 3) bounding
Chapter 5: They _____ straight for _____, who only _____ from his place just in time to _____ their _____ jaws. 1) dashed 2) Snowball 3) sprang 4) escape 5) snapping
Chapter 5: _____ and _____, the animals _____ back into the barn. 1) silent 2) terrified 3) crept
Chapter 5: Napoleon, with the dogs _____ him, now _____ onto the _____ portion of the floor where _____ had _____ stood to deliver his speech. 1) following 2) mounted 3) raised 4) Major 5) previously
Chapter 5: In future, _____ questions relating to the working of the farms would be _____ by a _____ of pigs, _____ over by (Napoleon). 1) all 2) settled 3) committee 3) presided
Chapter 5: Snowball, who, as we _____ know, was no _____ than a _____. 1) now 2) better 3) criminal
Chapter 5: "_____, comrades, you do not _____ Jones back?" 1) Surely 2) want 3) back
Chapter 5: "_____ is _____ right" 1) Napoleon 2) always
Chapter 5: The animals were _____ surprised to hear _____ announce that the _____ was to be built after all. 1) somewhat 2) Napoleon 3) Windmill
Chapter 5: _____ told the animals "the _____ was in fact, _____ own creation." 1) Squealer 2) Windmill 3) Napoleon's
Chapter 6: All that _____ the animals worked like _____... they worked a _____-hour week. 1) year 2) slaves 3) sixty
Chapter 6: In August _____ announced that there would be _____ on _____ afternoons as well. 1) Napoleon 2) work 3) sunday
Chapter 6: The _____ presented unexpected ____... it was a _____, _____ process. 1) Windmill 2) difficulties 3) slow 4) laborious
Chapter 6: _____ could have been achieved without _____. 1) Nothing 2) Boxer
Chapter 6: From now _____, Animal Farm would _____ in _____ with the neighboring farms. 1) onward 2) engage 3) trade
Chapter 6: The animals were _____ of a _____ uneasiness. 1) conscious 2) vague
Chapter 6: Four young _____... raised their voices _____ but were promptly _____ by a tremendous _____ from the _____. 1) pigs 2) timidly 3) silenced 4) growling 5) dogs
Chapter 6: The sight of Napoleon, on all _____, delivering _____ to Whymper, who stood on _____ legs, _____ their pride and partly _____ them to the new _____. 1) fours 2) orders 3) two 4) roused 5) reconciled 6) arrangement
Chapter 6: It was _____ this time that the _____ suddenly moved into the _____ and took up their _____ there. 1) about 2) pigs 3) farmhouse 4) residence
Chapter 6: _____ none of you _____ to see _____ back? 1) Surely 2) wishes 3) Jones
Chapter 6: A ____ sight had met their eyes. The _____ was in _____. 1) terrible 2) windmill 3) ruins
Chapter 6: _____ has done this thing! ... to _____ himself for his _____ expulsion, this _____ has crept. 1) Snowball 2) avenge 3) ignominious 5) traitor
Chapter 6: I _____ the _____ sentence upon _____. 1) pronounce 2) death 3) Snowball
Chapter 7: In January _____ fell short... _____ seemed to _____ them in the face. 1) food 2) starvation 3) stare
Chapter 7: Napoleon _____ appeared in _____ but spent all his time in the _____... when he did _____ it was in a _____ manner. 1) rarely 2) public 3) farmhouse 4) appear 5) ceremonial
Chapter 7: The _____... raised a _____ outcry. 1) Hens 2) terrible
Chapter 7: For the _____ time since the _____ of Jones, there was something _____ a _____. 1) first 2) expulsion 3) resembling 4) rebellion
Chapter 7: Napoleon acted _____ and _____. He _____ the hens' rations to be _____. 1) swiftly 2) ruthlessly 3) ordered 4) stopped
Chapter 7: Did we not see ourselves how he _____... to get us _____ and _____ at the battle of the Cowshed? 1) attempted 2) defeated 3) destroyed
Chapter 7: Squealer... cast a very _____ look at Boxer with his little _____ eyes. 1) ugly 2) twinkling
Chapter 7: The tale of _____ and _____ went on... until there was a pile of _____ lying before _____ feet. 1) confessions 2) executions 3) corpses 4) Napoleons
Chapter 7: The air was _____ with the smell of ____. 1) heavy 2) blood
Chapter 7: By a special _____ of _____ Napoleon, Beats of England had been _____. 1) decree 2) Comrade 3) abolished
Chapter 8: No animal shall kill ____ _____. 1) without cause
Chapter 8: There were times when it _____ to the animals that they worked _____ hours and were fed _____ better than they had done in _____ time. 1) seemed 2) longer 3) no 4) Jones'
Chapter 8: _____... would read out to them lists of _____ _____ that the production of _____ class of foodstuffs had increased by... _____ _____ percent. 1) Squealer 2) figures proving 3) every 4) five hundred
Chapter 8: Napoleon himself was not seen in _____ as often as once in a _____. When he did appear, he was attended not only by his _____ of dogs, but by a black cockerel who _____ in front of him. 1) public 2) fortnight 3) retinue 4) marched
Chapter 8: Napoleon called the animals together _____ and in a _____ voice pronounced the _____ _____ upon _____. When captured, he said, (Frederick) should be _____ alive. 1) immediately 2) terrible 3) death sentence 4) Frederick 5) boiled
Chapter 8: The _____ had _____ to exist! 1) Windmill 2) ceased
Chapter 8: The animals' _____ returned... the _____ and _____ (was) drowned in their _____ against this _____, _____ act. A mighty _____ for _____ went up. 1) courage 2) fear 3) despair 4) rage 5) vile 6) contemptible 7) cry 8) vengeance
Chapter 8: "What _____?" said Boxer. His knees were _____, he had lost a_____ and split his _____, and a dozen _____ had lodged themselves in his hind leg. 1) victory 2) bleeding 3) shoe 4) hoof 5) pellets
Chapter 8: The drinking of alcohol was to be _____ by _____. 1) punished 2) death
Chapter 8: It soon became known that Napoleon _____ to sow with _____. 1) intended 2) barley
Chapter 8: No animals shall drink alcohol to _____. 1) excess
Chapter 9: Boxer _____ to take even a _____ off work. 1) refused 2) day
Chapter 9: He had one _____ left... to see the windmill well underway before he reached the _____ for _____. 1) ambition 2) age 3) retirement
Chapter 9: A _____ house room would be built, For the time being, the young _____ were given _____ by Napoleon himself. 1) school 2) pigs 3) instruction
Chapter 9: _____ this time too, it was laid down as a _____ that when a _____ and any other animal met on a path, the other animal should stand _____. 1) Around 2) rule 3) pig 4) aside
Chapter 9: Rations, _____ in December, were _____ again in February. 1) reduced 2) reduced
Chapter 9: Animal Farm was _____ a _____. 1) proclaimed 2) republic
Chapter 9: There was only one _____, Napoleon, who was _____ unanimously. 1) candidate 2) elected
Chapter 9: "It is my _____", said Boxer, in a _____ voice. 1) lung 2) weak
Chapter 9: They are taking Boxer to the _____. 1) knacker's
Chapter 9: _____ days later, it was _____ that he had died in _____. 1) Three 2) announced 3) hospital
Chapter 9: Squealer spoke about the "_____ care" and the "_____ medicines". 1) admirable 2) expensive
Chapter 10: The farm was more _____ now. 1) prosperous
Chapter 10: It was a _____ walking on it's _____ legs. 1) pig 2) hind
Chapter 10: _____ animals are _____, but _____ are more _____ than others. 1) Some 2) equal 3) some 4) equal
Chapter 10: Napoleon himself, _____ upright, casting _____ glances from side to side. 1) majestically 2) haughty
Chapter 10: He carried a _____ in his _____. 1) whip 2) trotter
Chapter 10: Henceforward the farm would be known as 'The _____ Farm' - which _____ believed was the _____ and original name. 1) Manor 2) he (Napoleon) 3) correct
Chapter 10: The _____ outside looked from pig to _____ ... : but _____ it was _____ to say which was which. 1) creatures 2) man 3) already 4) impossible
Created by: Harvey Friend