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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Snowman no longer help Bond at the auction?
(a) He needs to concentrate on his bids.
(b) He senses danger and does not want to be involved.
(c) M tells him not to let Bond lean on him too much.
(d) Snowman is distracted by a woman.
2. What is etched on the Emerald Sphere?
(a) The Freudenstein family name.
(b) The artist's signature.
(c) The Tree of Life.
(d) Map of the world.
3. How long does Smythe make friends with "Pussy"?
(a) A year.
(b) Two months.
(c) A month.
(d) Two weeks.
4. What department does Bond work for?
(a) Ministry of Justice.
(b) Court of Protection.
(c) Ministry of Defense.
5. What is Smythe in search of for Professor Bengry?
(a) A scorpion fish.
(b) An octopus.
(c) A butterfly fish.
(d) A rare coral.
6. What is Smythe preparing for since his arrival to the West Indies?
(a) A questioning, such as the one Bond is giving him.
(b) Oberhauser's family to find him.
(c) A plan B that allows escape and comfortable retirement elsewhere.
(d) A chance to leave the military past and enter the world of marine science.
7. Wartski's storefront can be described as __________.
(b) Flashy like Cartier's.
(c) Subtle rather than ostentatious.
(d) Too loud and ritzy.
8. On Smythe's and Oberhauser's drive, what does Smythe offer Oberhauser instead of an arrest?
(a) Freedom if Oberhauser translates papers in secrecy.
(b) Freedom if Oberhauser tells him where Franziskaner halt is located.
(c) A mountain climb and then Smythe lets him free.
(d) An informal interrogation in the car and then he lets him go.
9. About how much is the expected art piece worth?
(a) ~ 1,000,000 British pounds.
(b) ~ 50,000 British pounds.
(c) ~ 10,000 British pounds.
(d) ~ 100,000 British pounds.
10. What business does Bond have with Smythe?
(a) Is there to question Smythe about his actions at the end of WWII.
(b) Is there to take revenge on Smythe for killing Bond's old friend.
(c) Is there to arrest Smythe for his criminal actions from WWII.
(d) Is there to honor Smythe for services in WWII.
11. What identifies Smythe to his crime?
(a) His fingerprints.
(b) Oberhauser's family.
(c) A note read by the wrong person.
(d) His bullets.
12. In addition to Bond, who else is at Sotheby's to capture evidence of the Russian Control?
(c) An MI5 cameraman.
13. What names does Bond mention that worries Smythe his time is up?
(a) Tyrol and Ober Aucher.
(b) Reichsbank and Oberhauser.
(c) Gestapo and MOB.
(d) Mary and Dr. Greaves.
14. Where are Peter Wilson's eyes looking to watch for a signal from a dealer?
(a) Near Bond.
(b) Far right hand corner of room.
(c) Close to Snowman.
(d) Near the front and center.
15. What does Freudenstein's grandfather do before the Russian Revolution?
(a) He is a porcelain manafacturer.
(b) He is a famous painter.
(c) He makes extravagant jewelry for royalty.
(d) He polishes jewelry.
Short Answer Questions
1. What common theme do all the Lots of the auction have?
2. What work of art does Dr. Fanshawe speak of that is so important to the Secret Service?
3. Where does Smythe live?
4. What is a usual way to signal a bid at an auction?
5. Why is Smythe's villa name so fitting?
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