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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 does Dr. Farnon use to clean the windshield of his car?
(a) a dead chicken
(b) a lady's scarf
(c) his tie
(d) his coat
2. What is wrong with the animal?
(c) lead poisoning
(d) milk fever
3. Why is progress so difficult for Herriot to make with his relationship with Helen?
(a) his own shyness
(b) Helen lives so far away
(c) Helen's boyfriend
(d) Helen's shyness
4. Why does Herriot smell like flowers?
(a) he took a bath in Mrs. Hall's bath salts
(b) he was wearing Mrs. Hall's coat
(c) he put on some women's purfume
(d) he spent all day in a meadow with flowers
5. What problem does Dr. Farnon constantly have to battle?
(a) Herriot's incompetence
(c) non-paying clients
(d) his temper
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Herriot wear to his first date with Helen?
2. How many dogs and cats does Miss Stubbs have?
3. What kind of animals does Herriot treat, with a new vaccine, for the Bramleys?
4. Why is Herriot caught in a fierce snow storm?
5. What happens to Herriot?
Short Essay Questions
1. What major mistake does Herriot make early on when he is inspecting for tuberculosis?
2. Do you think Herriot has a problem with farmer Sidlow? Why or why not?
3. Briefly describe what it means for a horse to founder.
4. What seems to upset Miss Stubbs about her impending death, and what does Herriot tell her that seems to give her comfort?
5. The Austin has not had brakes in weeks. What convinces Dr. Farnon to have the brakes fixed?
6. What does Herriot do to make a point to the local butcher about paying his bill?
7. What does Dr. Farnon do to Herriot in chapter 65 and why does he do it?
8. Why does Dr. Farnon not get the job at the racetrack?
9. How does Herriot save the Rudd's cow?
10. What important character is introduced in chapter 40 and how does Herriot meet this person?
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