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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What happened to Richard Carmondy on a call with Herriot?
(a) He openly contradicted Herriot infront of a farmer.
(b) The farmer laughed at him.
(c) He quit and decided to go home.
(d) He lost his dignity when a dog bit him on his buttocks.

2. What does Herriot come to realize over time?
(a) Siegfried did not owe him the money.
(b) Helen needed the time away from him.
(c) Helen was physically affected by the thought of his departure.
(d) Tristan is a good business partner.

3. How does Mr. Wiggin use more of Herriot's time than Herriot feels is necessary?
(a) By talking to him incessantly.
(b) By trying to lasso all the cows for an injection.
(c) By cuddling each cow before allowing Herriot to inject them.
(d) By making him walk to a barn far away.

4. Why is Herriot unable to comply with Miss Dooley's request?
(a) Cindy is not close enough to delivery.
(b) He does not have the time.
(c) The pregnancy is too far along.
(d) The puppies have not been born yet.

5. Who is Sam?
(a) Helen's brother.
(b) Helen and Herriot's beagle.
(c) A large great dane that lives in the neighborhood.
(d) The Fleming's bull.

6. What does Herriot go to see Boris for?
(a) A broken leg.
(b) Worms.
(c) A bone stuck in his teeth.
(d) Vaccinations.

7. Why was the conversation with Mr. Fryer frustrating for Herriot?
(a) Mr. Fryer would not stop cursing while explaining what was wrong.
(b) Mr. Fryer was constantly busy so Herriot couldn't get him to commit to a time.
(c) Mr. Fryer was consistently vague with his answers.
(d) Mr. Fryer's voice was high pitched and sometimes hard to understand.

8. Why was Roland Partridge considered an unlikely character in Darrowby?
(a) He prefered cats to dogs,
(b) He refused to buy a house and lived off the land.
(c) He dressed unusually.
(d) Although his background was farming he was an artist.

9. What does Herriot think might have caused Kitson's dying ewe to recover?
(a) Relief from the pain and suffering.
(b) The lamb for her to take care of.
(c) The antibiotics.
(d) The care and love she received.

10. What takes an inordinate amount of time with Miss Dunn's pig?
(a) Miss Dunn has an injured hand and can not help.
(b) They had to catch the pig.
(c) The procedure was more complex than expected.
(d) They had to coax it across the yard with treats.

11. What holiday is Herriot about to celebrate in chapter twenty?
(a) Easter,
(b) All Saint's Day.
(c) New Years.
(d) Christmas.

12. Despite his good lineage, why can't Gyp's owner breed Gyp?
(a) Because Gyp injured himself in a way that prevents him from being bred.
(b) Because all his dogs are related to Gyp.
(c) Because he doesn't have Gyp's registration papers.
(d) Because Gyp has epilepsy.

13. How does Herriot consume the meal served to him by the Horners?
(a) Slowly and appreciately.
(b) He feeds much of it to the dog when the Horsners aren't looking.
(c) He gobbles it down voraciously.
(d) He smothers it in piccalilli so can't taste it.

14. Who did Herriot bring the animal to?
(a) Granville Bennett.
(b) Tristan.
(c) Siegfried.
(d) Colonel Bosworth.

15. Where was Percy's tumor?
(a) His testicle.
(b) At the base of his tail.
(c) His mouth.
(d) Above his left eye.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why does the disease have such serious ramifications for Frank?

2. Where did Herriot agree to go before returning home?

3. How was Richard Carmondy different from the other students?

4. Why did it take so long for Herriot and Granville to reach the bar?

5. What saves Herriot from being squashed by Mr. Dacre's bull?

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