1. What do we learn about James Bond based on his feelings about his shooting lesson results?
Based on James Bond's feelings about his shooting lesson results, we learn that he has high standards for himself. Although his instructor thinks he is the best shot in the service, Bond's dissatisfaction with his target shooting shows he is probably a perfectionist.
2. What does Bond's response to reading reports indicate about his lifestyle preference?
Bond's response to reading reports shows that he gets bored quickly and daydreams. His boredom indicates that he prefers the more exciting, dangerous aspect of his life.
3. Describe the two extremes of James Bond's life.
One extreme of James Bond's life is tremendous boredom when he is reading reports. This aspect of his job is safe. The other extreme is when he is on assignment and his life is exciting and dangerous.
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