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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 7, "How to Tour Europe on a Felony a Day".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Frank forced to pose as a lawyer?
(a) He needs a job that allows him to avoid the FBI.
(b) He is looking for a job that helps him to earn a good salary.
(c) An old girlfriend remembers that he tells her he has a law degree from Harvard.
(d) He wants to find a job where he cannot accidentally kill anyone.
2. Why does Frank decide to stop posing as a pilot for a while?
(a) He wants to see what other professions he can pass himself off as.
(b) One of his phony checks is not accepted when he tries to cash it.
(c) He is arrested in New Orleans for having suspicious credentials.
(d) He is tired of flying around the country and wants to settle down.
3. Why does Frank decide to leave Atlanta?
(a) He feels restless and wants to go to another city.
(b) His job ends and his apartment lease is up.
(c) He misses life as a pilot.
(d) He is worried about the FBI catching up with him.
4. What skills does Frank have that serve him well if he goes back to school?
5. How does Frank prove that he really is employed by Pan Am?
(a) He gives the officers names of pilots and stewardesses who can vouch for him.
(b) He has the officers call Pan Am's business office and ask about him.
(c) He shows the officers his phony I.D. and pilot's license.
(d) He convinces the officers by talking and using terminology only a pilot would know.
Short Answer Questions
1. What explanation does Frank give the state's attorney's office for his decision to stop working as a pilot?
2. How does Frank test out what he learns about airline terms and procedures?
3. What does Frank do when he is released from the police station in New Orleans?
4. When he realizes that airline employees are suspicious of him, how does Frank gather more information about his role as a pilot?
5. How does Frank avoid leaving a trail at his apartment building?
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