1. In chapter one, Herriot returns to bed after a long night out. Where was he?
(a) Rescuing Mr. Ingledew's injured horse.
(b) Out drinking with Mr. Ingledew.
(c) Stuck at a social gathering at the Ingledew farm.
(d) Delivering a lamb at the Ingledew farm.
2. What does Harold Ingledew do that keeps his neighbors awake?
(a) Sing loudly when he's drunk.
(b) Do his repair work at night on full moons.
(c) None of the above.
(d) Keeps his lambing pens near his neighbors house.
3. What caused Herriot discomfort during chapter one?
(a) Mr Ingledew's inappropriate stories.
(b) The mud.
(c) The extreme cold.
(d) Being the outsider in a local gathering.
4. What delightful occurrence makes Herriot forget his discomfort while out for a moment in chapter one?
(a) The birth of a new lamb.
(b) The farmer's hearty welcome and thanks.
(c) A taste of Mrs Ingledew's pie.
(d) The sight of a cow he saved the year before.
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