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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens over time as Smythe spends his retirement in the Caribbean?
(a) He becomes happier and more at ease with the tropical weather.
(b) He becomes a drunkard who lets himself go.
(c) He forgets about his crimes and lives a life of ease working at the Institute.
(d) Everyday, he sees the guilt in his crime with his lifestyle.
2. What is Smythe secretly looking for?
(a) Gold bars.
(c) Swiss gold.
(d) A large sum of cash.
3. What condition is London in, in regards to crime and activity?
(c) Relatively quiet.
(d) Unsually heavy in the espionage deparment.
4. What does Smythe expect to get from the contents of the ammunition box?
(a) 100,000 Jamaican dollars.
(b) 100,000 British pounds.
(c) 50,000 British pounds.
(d) 50,000 German marks.
5. Wartski's storefront can be described as __________.
(a) Flashy like Cartier's.
(b) Subtle rather than ostentatious.
(d) Too loud and ritzy.
6. What practical use does the Emerald Sphere serve?
(a) It's a paperweight.
(b) It works as a clock.
(c) It is a scaled globe.
(d) It works as a lunar calendar.
7. Why does Freudenstein receive a gift from the Russian government?
(a) To pay for her mother's services in the Tulip Escape Route.
(b) To lure her to work for them as a double agent.
(c) To pay for her double agent work.
(d) Reparations from the Revolution.
8. Tired of playing mind games, what does Bond offer Smythe?
(a) For Bond to care for his arraignments or less forgiving men to handle his case.
(b) Time to consider his confession.
(c) A sleeping pill on their way out.
(d) To leave quietly or publicly.
9. What is Smythe in search of for Professor Bengry?
(a) A butterfly fish.
(b) A rare coral.
(c) A scorpion fish.
(d) An octopus.
10. What catches Smythe's eye as he looks over the files?
(a) An envelope that says For Your Eyes Only.
(b) Stationary written in hand rather than type.
(c) An out of place map.
(d) An envelope that says to open in case of final emergency.
11. During the end of Smythe's service, what are most of the files he is in charge of about?
(a) Bombed sites in Germany.
(b) Espionage, Gestapo personnel and secret hideouts.
(c) Interrogation methods used for whom.
(d) Prison camp logs and records the Nazis kept.
12. How does Smythe get Oberhauser to stand exactly where he wants him?
(a) Tells him to move over for a picture.
(b) Asks him to take a picture of Smythe from a certain angle.
(c) Lures him with questions about the views.
(d) Pretends to see something afar and asks Oberhauser for his opinion.
13. 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.
14. What building does Bond work in?
(b) A contemporary skyscraper.
(c) A non-descript brick building.
(d) An old warehouse.
15. What does M say to offend Dr. Fanshawe?
(a) He says art is for those that don't understand logic.
(b) He calls the art abstract foolery.
(c) He refers to the art piece as a hunk of jewelry.
(d) He says the jewelers' world is too materialistic.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is so important about the cairn?
2. What is Smythe thinking when the octopus' tentacles reach out to him?
3. What is Freudenstein's maternal history that helps her gain British trust?
4. What work of art does Dr. Fanshawe speak of that is so important to the Secret Service?
5. What is the scorpion fishes main weapon?
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