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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 did Herriot feel about his accommodations on the ship of his first trip?
(a) They were small.
(b) They were adequate.
(c) They were dirty.
(d) They were luxurious.
2. What was the name of Herriot's son who wanted special boots?
3. What did Herriot want to see most in Russia?
(a) A market place.
(b) A miliatary base.
(c) A school.
(d) A hospital.
4. How many cattle died on an earlier voyage of the same ship the sheep were on?
5. What worried Herriot's son most when he heard he wouldn't be able to go on calls anymore?
(a) Someone else would wear his boots.
(b) He would have to play with other kids.
(c) His mother would be disappointed.
(d) He wouldn't learn to be a veterninarian.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Herriot on his way to do when something fell on him at the beginning of the book?
2. What did Herriot say he would have done had he been present for his daughter's birth?
3. Who helped Siegfried and Herriot in the practice?
4. What did Herriot do to get Josh's dog to start breathing?
5. Why did Herriot not get paid for treating the dog in Chapter 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. What special skill did Josh say he had?
2. What had changed about his profession when Herriot returned from the military?
3. Why did Herriot get upset with the student helping him with the Cesarian section?
4. What did Herriot do to calm the sheep during the storm on the ship to Russia?
5. What did Miss Grantley use the clinic for?
6. How did the owner of the animal Herriot accidentally killed respond to the incident?
7. Why did Herriot not get paid for helping the man in Chapter 2?
8. How was the bull with the stomach tumor controlled in Chapter 6?
9. What did Mr. Ripley call Herriot away from dinner to do at the beginning of the book?
10. How did Herriot accidentally kill an animal?
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