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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 is the significance of "Number 272"?
(a) It's the name of Bond's mission.
(b) It's the code name for the man Bond must save.
(c) It's the Russian file that is close to being in British hands.
(d) It's Bond's code name for his current mission.
2. What are the KGB's plans for Number 272?
(a) Delay Number 272.
(b) Stop it before it is enacted.
(c) To go through with it before the British Secret Service gets a hold of it.
(d) Murder him.
3. What last move does Bond make before he shoots?
(a) He glances down the street to look for the cello player.
(b) He re-aims the sniperscope.
(c) He glances to see where Number 272 is.
(d) He wipes the sweat off his hands.
4. What does the Chief Range Officer invite Bond to?
(a) The Queen's Prize Competition.
(c) A drink at the bar.
(d) A shooting match between the Officer and Bond.
5. What further impresses the Range Officer as he walks Bond out?
(a) The woman waiting for Bond.
(b) Bond's car.
(c) Bond's clothing.
(d) The commanding way Bond speaks to the Corporal.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Bond wish to get from Abercrombie's?
2. Where is the most likely place Trigger sets up?
3. What does Bond look forward to before his flight?
4. What is Number 272 attempting to do?
5. What is New York preparing for during Bond's assignment in New York?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is "007 in New York" set up differently in its storytelling than the previous three stories in the novel?
2. Bond is first suspicious of a man at the airport. What thrilling story does he propose for the nondescript man?
3. How are the Americans involved in Bond's mission? What is their reaction and concern?
4. Why does Bond prefer the auto firm that he uses in New York? What is the major benefit for his current situation in New York?
5. What kind of persona does Bond display? Use the Chief Range Officer's impression as an example.
6. How does Bond compare New York to London and Paris as he ponders his day?
7. How does Bond's description of the cello player foreshadow her involvement with his assignment?
8. Why does Bond fail to kill Trigger despite his perfect aim at the shooting range?
9. Describe Times Square in the eyes of James Bond. What does Bond like about the area?
10. How does "007 in New York" meet the needs of American readers?
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