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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. The date 1666 is carved in stone above the front door of the farm. What happened on that date that the student remembers?
(a) The great fire of London.
(b) The Magna Carta was signed.
(c) William the Conqueror arrived.
(d) The Vikings invaded.
2. Who stands on top of the cart as the sheaves of corn are thrown up by James?
(a) The farmer and his wife.
(b) Two of the farmer's children.
(c) Another RAFman.
(d) A neighbor, who is also a farmer.
3. What brand of cigarette does Tristan smoke?
4. Who is Herriot's boss when he works at the stores?
(a) Corporal Stockes.
(b) Corporal Weekes.
(c) Corporal Westley.
(d) Corporal Tweekes.
5. Where is there a cow calving in Chapter 39?
(a) Mr. Smith's North Farm.
(b) Mr. William's West Dale Farm.
(c) Mr. Drover's South Farm.
(d) Mr. Roger's East Farm.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was James posted after flying school?
2. How much does Herriot's vet friend say he's going to charge him for the small operation performed on his dog, Sam?
3. What is Paul Cotterell's dog's name?
4. How old is the veterinary student who accompanies James on his rounds?
5. How long is James in the convalescent home?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Judy and what is extraordinary about her?
2. What are the names of the two dogs who are inseparable friends, what are their breeds and what happens to them?
3. Describe the Birtwhistles.
4. When James is grounded in the R.A.F. what job do they give him?
5. Describe Elijah Wenworth and the situation with his bull.
6. What's the name of Roddy's dog and what kind of emergency surgery does James perform on him?
7. What happens on the evening when Siegfried tells Tristan to stay at Skeldale house all evening?
8. Describe James' first solo flight.
9. Describe James' visit to the Blackburn cow farm.
10. What is stooking?
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