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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. Who is Connie?
(a) Miss Harbottle
(b) Herriot's sister
(c) Herriot's date for a dance
(d) Helen's sister
2. What special talent does Sam Broadbent possess ?
(a) he can ride a horse really well
(b) he can whistle loudly
(c) he can run really fast
(d) he can sound like a fly
3. Who is The Major?
(a) the local constable
(b) Dr. Farnon's father
(c) Herriot's father
(d) Dr. Farnon's favorite non-paying customer
4. Who are the Taveners?
(a) a poor family who own a pig that Herriot treats
(b) a family of 6 who raise sheep
(c) a family of 8 who have a Shorthorn cow that Herriot treats
(d) a wealthy family who own a dog that Herriot treats
5. What is wrong with the animal?
(a) lead poisoning
(b) milk fever
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of dog does Denham have?
2. What does Herriot wear to his first date with Helen?
3. What is wrong with Dan?
4. What problem does Dr. Farnon have with the local butcher?
5. What does Dr. Farnon have a chance to do while at the horsetrack?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Herriot do to make a point to the local butcher about paying his bill?
2. What major mistake does Herriot make early on when he is inspecting for tuberculosis?
3. Why does Dr. Farnon not get the job at the racetrack?
4. Where do Helen and James Herriot spend their honeymoon and why?
5. What important event happens in chapter 48? How does Herriot feel about this event?
6. Dr. Farnon has many problems, but he has one that seems to be the worst. What is it, and has he done anything to try and solve it?
7. What does it mean to float a horses teeth?
8. What is the whole point in chapter 66?
9. The Austin has not had brakes in weeks. What convinces Dr. Farnon to have the brakes fixed?
10. What important responsibility does Herriot take on in chapter 41? Why is this so important?
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