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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What other diagnosis does Herriot make?
(a) a weak heart
(b) a broken pelvis
(c) lead poisoning
(d) torn ligaments
2. What ailment does Mr. Handshaw's cow have?
(b) she is trying to deliver
(c) she is malnurished
(d) milk fever
3. In chapter 24, there is another problem between what two characters?
(a) Tristan and Herriot
(b) Dr. Farnon and Miss Harbottle
(c) Tristan and Dr. Farnon
(d) Dr. Farnon and Herriot
4. What does Herriot realize is true about Angus Grier and Mrs. Mallard
(a) they are neighbors
(b) they are siblings
(c) they are having an affair
(d) they are enemies
5. What gift is Herriot given as payment for this act?
(a) a bag of coins
(b) a bottle of wine
(c) a used cigar
(d) dinner with the family
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the central issue that Dr. Farnon raises in this confrontation?
2. What kind of animal does Terry Watson own and Herriot treats?
3. Who is supposed to answer the phone each morning at the vet's office?
4. Herriot is called home because the hen's have escaped; where are they found?
5. What kind of animal does Mrs. Pumphrey have?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Herriot stand up for what is right in chapter 28?
2. How do the events in chapter 37 reflect Dr. Farnon's lack of consistentcy?
3. What community disaster involving Tristan happens in chapter 16?
4. What unpleasant task does Herriot deal with in chapter 25?
5. How would you describe Herriot?
6. What happens in chapter 31 that helps to show Herriot's human side?
7. In Chapter 5, Herriot has to make a difficult decision; how does the character Soames make the decision more difficult?
8. Briefly explain the compelling episode with the farmer named Watson.
9. In Chapter 6 what does Dr. Farnon do in support of Herriot?
10. What lesson do you think Herriot learns in chapter 34?
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