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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. The Copfield farm is known for what?
(a) the wool from its sheep
(b) wild cattle
(c) the size of its hogs
(d) the stable of horses
2. During this account an animal does something to Herriot, what is it?
(a) a horse picks him up by its mouth
(b) a horse kicks him
(c) a cat attacks him
(d) a dog bites him on the hand
3. This chapter highlights a character fault of Dr. Farnon, what is it?
(a) he constantly lies
(b) his lack of consistency
(c) he misuses his money
(d) he drinks heavily
4. What is the treatment that the doctors' recommend?
(a) Ticki Woo is put on a liquid diet
(b) Ticki Woo is to come stay at Skedale House for 2 weeks
(c) Ticki Woo has to have surgery
(d) Ticki Woo is sewn up
5. What is wrong with the first horse Herriot helps treat?
(b) it has a sore mouth
(c) it is foundered
(d) a sore hoof
Short Answer Questions
1. This chapter reveals that Dr. Farnon has a surprising following of _____________.
2. What is unusual about his appearance when he arrives at this farm?
3. What is the effect of her ailment?
4. What is a knacker?
5. Herriot has to go and stay with what character?
Short Essay Questions
1. How would you describe Dr. Farnon?
2. Briefly explain what a knacker does.
3. How would you describe Herriot?
4. Why do you think the episode with the Coopers is important?
5. What community disaster involving Tristan happens in chapter 16?
6. What unexpected fact about Dr Grier and one of his clients, named Mrs Mallard, does Herriot uncover?
7. Explain briefly how chapters 14 and 15 continue to show us Tristan's lack of responsibility?
8. How does Herriot astound Phin Calvert with his treatments?
9. In chapter 21, Tristan is given a very tough assignment. What is the task and what do you think it says about Dr. Farnon?
10. Briefly explain the compelling episode with the farmer named Watson.
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