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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Smythe get Oberhauser to stand exactly where he wants him?
(a) Asks him to take a picture of Smythe from a certain angle.
(b) Lures him with questions about the views.
(c) Pretends to see something afar and asks Oberhauser for his opinion.
(d) Tells him to move over for a picture.
2. What is Bond fearful of when he notices Smythe's reaction to his visit?
(a) That Smythe takes a suicide pill.
(b) That Smythe has nothing to lose.
(c) That Smythe dies of a heart attack before Bond gets him to London.
(d) That Smythe knows his own villa better than Bond does.
3. How does Snowman know when the under-bidder begins his bids?
(a) When the Italian Institute calls off their buyer.
(b) When Metropolitan steps out of the bids.
(c) When Freudenstein no longer bids.
(d) When the room is quiete except for Wilson's voice.
4. What does Smythe want to see before he dies?
(a) If an octopus eats a scorpion fish and its reaction to the poison.
(b) A priest for confession.
(c) His "people" to say goodbye.
(d) Mary's grave.
5. What is the mood in the room, as Bond questions Smythe about his time in the service at the end of WWII?
(a) Full of convolutions and confusions.
(b) Secretive and tense.
6. How long does Smythe make friends with "Pussy"?
(a) A year.
(b) Two weeks.
(c) A month.
(d) Two months.
7. What happens over time as Smythe spends his retirement in the Caribbean?
(a) He forgets about his crimes and lives a life of ease working at the Institute.
(b) He becomes happier and more at ease with the tropical weather.
(c) He becomes a drunkard who lets himself go.
(d) Everyday, he sees the guilt in his crime with his lifestyle.
8. What is so important about the cairn?
(a) It indicates his way back without Oberhauser.
(b) It indicates the site of the gold bars.
(c) It tells him the way to the secret treasure.
(d) It tells him where the bonds are hidden.
9. What causes Bond to reach for a gun while he sits in his office?
(a) M yells at him.
(b) Red telephone rings.
(c) Unexpected knock on the door.
(d) Wakes up suddenly from sleep.
10. What is a usual way to signal a bid at an auction?
(a) Call out "here".
(b) A flick of the catalogue.
(c) A toe tap.
(d) A wink.
11. How does Bond prepare himself in identifying a Russian spy the night of the auction?
(a) He researches the latest Russian fashion.
(b) He inspects the Russian Embassy staff photos ahead of time.
(c) He wears dark glasses to hide himself better.
(d) He brushes up on his Russian.
12. What does Bond mention to seal the fact that he knows about Smythe's past?
(c) Foo brothers.
(d) Aunt in Kensington.
13. What is Bond's personal connection to Smythe's crime?
(a) Oberhauser is a dear friend of Bond's.
(b) The contents of the ammunition box are Bond's.
(c) Bond and Smythe are enemies from a previous assignment.
(d) Bond looks up to Smythe's work in the service.
14. What does Smythe do with the paper that catches his eye?
(a) Hand it over to the Colonel.
(b) Burn it after reading.
(c) Get a transalator to read it then keeps it.
(d) Read it and then carefully keep it in his inside pocket.
15. What is Freudenstein's maternal history that helps her gain British trust?
(a) Her mother participates in the resistance against the Revolution.
(b) Her mother works for the British secret service.
(c) Her grandmother is friends with Churchill.
(d) Her mother is English.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Dr. Greaves ration Smythe's vices to?
2. Where does Smythe live?
3. About how much is the expected art piece worth?
4. What idea does Bond get in regards to Russia's local Control in London?
5. What is Smythe's initial reaction when he realizes Bond's purpose of visit?
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