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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 does White try to have a balance of in this book?
(a) Facts and embellishments.
(b) True and false ideals.
(c) Good and bad comments.
(d) Current and past information.
2. What does White say a small number of visitors will feel about their visit to New York?
(a) They will be overwhelmed.
(b) They will hate it.
(c) They will be disappointed.
(d) They will love it.
3. What does White think should have destroyed it years ago?
(a) The panic.
(b) The animals.
(c) The pollution.
(d) The population.
4. What does White say an enemy could use to destroy the city?
(a) Small planes.
(d) Air raids.
5. Which of these is NOT something that White says is destroying the city?
(a) The high population.
(b) The diversity.
(c) The crime rates.
(d) The sewer lines.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did White's stepson write about a lot?
2. Which of these does White notice a strange change in since he lived in New York?
3. How does White say you can spot the people who are disappointed in the city?
4. What did White do before attending college?
5. What amazes White about New York?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does White say he knows will skew the numbers he listed?
2. How has Greenwich Village changed since White lived in New York?
3. What does White say about the neighborhoods in New York?
4. How does White say one can recognize the visitors to the city who were disappointed in their experience?
5. What does White say called him to New York?
6. What does White compare the city to?
7. What does White write about when he reminisces about his past memories in New York?
8. What does White say someone has to do to find good things in New York?
9. What is an interesting record that Manhattan holds?
10. What does White say has changed about policemen since he lived there?
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