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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. How much does Herriot's vet friend say he's going to charge him for the small operation performed on his dog, Sam?
(a) Ten guineas.
(b) Ten shillings.
(c) Eight pence.
(d) Ten pence.
2. What job is James given when he works in the stores?
(a) Sellling men's apparel.
(b) Invoicing and organization.
(c) Doing the accounting.
(d) Passing out boots and uniforms.
3. What kind of dog does Mr. Rington have?
(a) A female Poodle.
(b) A female Alsatian.
(c) A female Bull Terrier.
(d) A female Dalmation.
4. What is the name of the formidable man whose daughter, Deborah, Tristan is dating in Chapter 30?
(a) Mr. Montgomery.
(b) Mr. Montague.
(c) Mr. Mountbatton.
(d) Mr. Mount.
5. Where is Paul Cotterell from?
(a) The west of England.
(d) The south of England.
Short Answer Questions
1. What color are Helen's eyes?
2. Who stands on top of the cart as the sheaves of corn are thrown up by James?
3. Where was James posted after flying school?
4. Who finally calms the sow down so that she'll suckle her 15 piglets?
5. What brand of cigarette does Tristan smoke?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens to the little stray dog that James and Siegfried observe begging in the marketplace?
2. What's the name of Roddy's dog and what kind of emergency surgery does James perform on him?
3. What happens when David, a student considering becoming a veterinarian, goes on rounds with James?
4. What does Siegfried chastise James about regarding an old-age pensioner and why does it turn our to be a paradox?
5. Who is Granville Bennett and why does James dread coming together with him?
6. Describe James' first solo flight.
7. Who are Andrew Vine and Digger and what happens to them?
8. What is James' relationship with the Ministry of Agriculture?
9. What does James remember from his childhood about how he spent every weekend from Easter to October?
10. Describe the Birtwhistles.
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