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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. Where does Bond spend his first free afternoon while on assignment in Berlin?
(a) At a brownstone known by concierges and taxi drivers.
(b) A walk to the Zoo.
(c) At a bar.
(d) In the apartment.
2. What publication first publishes "007 in New York"?
(a) Wall Street Journal.
(b) New York Herald Tribune.
(c) New York Times.
(d) The New Yorker.
3. What causes great anticipation in Bond's assignment?
(a) Everyday Bond sees a little more of Trigger as the hand extends with the gun.
(b) The crossing is possible over a three day period.
(c) The cello player.
(d) The fact that he gets to use a new weapon.
4. What does the Chief Range Officer do to learn more about Bond?
(a) Call the NRA.
(b) Call M.
(c) Follow Bond.
(d) Call the Ministry of Defence.
5. What new weapon is Bond trying out in the beginning of "The Living Daylights"?
(a) A sniperscope.
(b) A briefcase that shoots darts.
(c) A poison gas bomb.
(d) A cello that is really a gun.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of the listed places, which does Bond NOT feel nostalgia for?
2. Why must Bond not reveal his true name in New York?
3. What are the conditions as Bond tests his weapon?
4. Where is Bond at the beginning of "007 in New York"?
5. Why is the Chief Range Officer present?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Bond spend his first free afternoon? How does virtue triumph in this situation?
2. How does Bond compare New York to London and Paris as he ponders his day?
3. Describe Times Square in the eyes of James Bond. What does Bond like about the area?
4. Summarize Bond's mission and why it is to be kept from U.S. knowledge.
5. Based on Bond's daydreaming plans, use three adjectives to describe his character and why these words describe him.
6. Bond assumes his shot scares the living daylights out of Trigger. How is this a dangerous assumption and one that is not good for Bond?
7. Bond is first suspicious of a man at the airport. What thrilling story does he propose for the nondescript man?
8. For whom and why does Ian Fleming write "007 in New York"?
9. How does Bond's description of the cello player foreshadow her involvement with his assignment?
10. How are the Americans involved in Bond's mission? What is their reaction and concern?
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