The Italians Multiple Choice Test Questions

Luigi Barzini, Jr.
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The Peaceful Invasion, The Eternal Pilgrimage, The Fatal Charm of Italy and The Importance of Spectacle

1. Who flocks to Italy each year in increasing numbers?
(a) Italians.
(b) Children.
(c) The elderly.
(d) Foreign visitors.

2. In the 1950s, how many people visited Italy?
(a) Twelve million.
(b) Five billion.
(c) Twelve billion.
(d) Five million.

3. In the 1960s, how many people visited Italy?
(a) Twelve million.
(b) Twelve billion.
(c) Over twenty billion.
(d) Over twenty million.

4. The largest number of visitors come from where?
(a) South Korea and India.
(b) Northern Europe and the United States.
(c) Russia and China.
(d) Greece and Turkey.

5. From what other parts of the world do visitors come?
(a) The Middle East, Asia, and Africa.
(b) Canada, the Middle East, and Asia.
(c) Russia, China, and Iran.
(d) Russia, Africa, and Asia.

6. What drives the tourists to Italy?
(a) Freedom.
(b) Inexpensive retirement.
(c) Peace and quiet.
(d) Some unknown urge.

7. What kind of behavior do tourists demonstrate?
(a) Bored.
(b) Lazy.
(c) Slightly frenzied.
(d) Cheerful.

8. When do tourists demonstrate the kind of behavior mentioned in number 7?
(a) Upon arriving in Rome.
(b) Upon crossing over the border into Italy.
(c) When leaving Italy.
(d) When deciding to travel to Italy.

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