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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What causes Bond and Sender to argue?
(a) Bond arrives late on the third day.
(b) Sender hovers over Bond too much.
(c) Sender is making too much noise for Bond to concentrate.
(d) Bond drinks whisky before duty.
2. What is prepared by the time Bond returns to the apartment his first time out?
(a) The gun and hiding clothes.
(b) The mission's report.
(d) Number 272 reception party.
3. Of the listed, which is NOT a place Bond reminisces about?
(a) St. Regis.
(b) The Arlen.
(d) Ritz Carlton.
4. What is different about the double bedroom that Bond and Sender stay in than a typical flat?
(a) There are no windows.
(b) One of the beds has three mattresses against a curtained window.
(c) The windows are blackened by paint.
(d) The windows are no lights available.
5. What is the out of ordinary event at Haus der Ministerien?
(a) The women's orchestra.
(b) The time a few of the staff enter and exit the building.
(c) All the lit windows.
(d) The man that tinkers with a loud car in its parking lot.
6. The mood throughout most of the story can be described as ________________.
(a) Lost in thought.
7. What does Bond think of his new weapon?
(a) Bond feels the need to bring its drawbacks to attention.
(b) Bond refuses to use it and wants another better weapon.
(c) Bond thinks it suffices, but he works with better.
(d) Bond believes it is good and approves.
8. What is the significance of "Number 272"?
(a) It's the name of Bond's mission.
(b) It's Bond's code name for his current mission.
(c) It's the Russian file that is close to being in British hands.
(d) It's the code name for the man Bond must save.
9. What causes Bond to sweat while waiting for his suitcase to be checked?
(a) Central heating.
(b) The man's glare from the customs deparment.
(c) The middle-aged man's stare.
(d) The hidden gun in his suitcase.
10. What does Bond look forward to before his flight?
(a) Time for drinks.
(b) Time to meet with a woman first.
(c) A nap.
(d) Time to talk with M about his plans.
11. What brings Bond to "21"?
(b) The oyster stew.
(c) The bartender.
(d) The aristocratic company.
12. How much later does Bond meet with his intended person than planned?
(a) Fifteen minutes ahead of time to throw off any watching eyes.
(b) Nine hours later.
(c) Right on time.
(d) Thirty minutes after three.
13. One of Bond's best meal in New York consists of _____.
(a) Scrambled eggs with white wine.
(b) Oyster stew and a Miller High Life.
(c) Seafood bisque with pink champagne.
(d) Clam chowder and a Miller Lite.
14. Why is the Chief Range Officer present?
(a) Bond does not trust anyone but him.
(b) He is ordered by the Ministry of Defence to be there.
(c) To keep an eye on Bond's results for M.
(d) The Chief Range Officer is a fan of Bond.
15. What is Bond's first night like in Berlin?
(b) Filled with dreams.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Bond most concerned about, in regards to his new weapon?
2. How does Bond's arrival to the U.S. begin?
3. Why must Bond not reveal his true name in New York?
4. Up to what point does Bond's day actually go as planned?
5. What is Number 272 attempting to do?
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