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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 is the nickname of the scary RAF dentist?
(a) The terminator.
(b) The destroyer.
(c) The butcher.
2. What is the name of the owner of the Greyhound Track?
(a) Mr. Coker.
(b) Mr. Carter.
(c) Mr. Cokefield.
(d) Mr. Stacker.
3. What is the name of the retired shepherd who sat in the same place every night at the Fox and Hounds?
(a) Albert Close.
(b) Sidney Cartwright.
(c) Hubert Black.
(d) Edward Carey.
4. What is the name of the nursing home Helen is in before she gives birth?
(a) Holly Hill Nursing Home.
(b) Shadowlawn Nursing Home.
(c) Good Shepherd Nursing Home.
(d) Greenside Nursing Home.
5. What noble title does William Hulton bear?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the young urchin who constantly plays pranks on James?
2. What is the name of the stray cat Mrs. Ainsworth befriends?
3. What injury does the Golden Retriever have?
4. What wakes up the RAF men each morning and at what time?
5. Which dog is the only dog in Darrowby to survive strychnine poisoning?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when David, a student considering becoming a veterinarian, goes on rounds with James?
2. Describe the awful night that James was called out to treat a calf with a stomach upset while he's fighting off a cold.
3. Describe Elijah Wenworth and the situation with his bull.
4. What happens on the evening when Siegfried tells Tristan to stay at Skeldale house all evening?
5. What lesson does James learn from Mr. Stokill?
6. Describe Paul Cotterell and his dog and what happens to them.
7. Why is does Tristan have to stay home all evening at Skeldale house?
8. Who is Debbie and what is her fate?
9. How far away is Darrowby from Scarsborough where James is and what does that tempt him to do. Describe briefly what he does.
10. What is the cause of the continual deaths of young calves at Mr. Billing's farm?
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