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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 kind of animals does Herriot have to work on when he goes to the Skipton farm?
2. What is Herriot taking out of a cow's stomach when one farmer faints?
(a) a wire
(b) a rubber ball
(c) a poisonous plant
(d) a nail
3. What kind of animal does Dr. Farnon treat for a Gypsy family?
(a) a milk cow
(b) a billy goat
(c) a bullock
(d) a pony
4. What does Herriot do so he can see Helen more often?
(a) he takes her to a dance every week
(b) he joins the music society
(c) he calls her often
(d) he checks on her animals on a regular basis
5. Who tries to help Herriot with his diagnosis?
(a) Miss Harbottle
(b) Dr. Farnon
Short Answer Questions
1. What is noticeable about Mr. Tavener's physical condition?
2. What kind of animals does Herriot treat, with a new vaccine, for the Bramleys?
3. Who helps Herriot treat Dan?
4. What activity is Herriot involved in which is illegal?
5. What is wrong with Sidlow's bullock?
Short Essay Questions
1. What important responsibility does Herriot take on in chapter 41? Why is this so important?
2. Why does Dr. Farnon not get the job at the racetrack?
3. What would be the major drawback to Dr. Farnon being the lead veterinarian at the racetrack?
4. How would you describe Herriot's relationship with farmer Worley and why?
5. The Austin has not had brakes in weeks. What convinces Dr. Farnon to have the brakes fixed?
6. Why does Tristan decide that Herriot should go to a dance?
7. Why do you think Herriot wants to take Helen to a movie about the Scots?
8. Do you think Herriot had fun at the dance to which he and Connie went? Why or why not?
9. The Rudd's are a large, poor farming family. What does Herriot discover about how they have enough for everyone at mealtime?
10. What happens when Herriot responds to a call in the middle of a snowstorm?
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