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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Smythe make sure of when he leaves the hut?
(a) There is no evidence of recent use.
(b) The door remains open.
(c) The note he leaves is noticeable immediately by anyone who walks in.
(d) That Oberhauser is secured inside.
2. What catches Smythe's eye as he looks over the files?
(a) An out of place map.
(b) An envelope that says to open in case of final emergency.
(c) An envelope that says For Your Eyes Only.
(d) Stationary written in hand rather than type.
3. What signals give Bond an idea of what kind of news to expect from his boss?
(a) Whether his boss' door is open or not.
(b) Miss Moneypenny's expressions.
(c) M's tone over the intercom.
(d) How the weather is that day.
4. What is Miss Freudenstein's role with the British Secret Service?
(a) She is a Russian translator.
(b) She is M's secretary.
(c) Encode messages with the Purple Cipher.
(d) She encodes messages from the KGB.
5. What is Bond fearful of when he notices Smythe's reaction to his visit?
(a) That Smythe knows his own villa better than Bond does.
(b) That Smythe has nothing to lose.
(c) That Smythe dies of a heart attack before Bond gets him to London.
(d) That Smythe takes a suicide pill.
6. What possible danger is there if M increases the Purple Cipher's level of deception?
(a) Freudenstein figures it out and deceive Britain in return.
(b) The KGB send a second spy while keeping the first as a decoy.
(c) KGB finds the truth about its false messages.
(d) KGB kill Britain's double agent.
7. What does Bond mention to seal the fact that he knows about Smythe's past?
(c) Foo brothers.
(d) Aunt in Kensington.
8. What causes the audience to applaud as Lot 42 is being auctioned?
(a) The price reaches 100,000 British pounds.
(b) The auctioneer allows a pause between each bid near its suspenseful end.
(c) The piece shows its brilliance as the sun shines through the glass ceiling.
(d) Sotheby's announces it matches the price for a charity.
9. What tactic is used to raise a Lot's price during an auction?
(a) When the lead buyer looks to see who is bidding against him.
(b) Using an under-bidder.
(c) Telling the auctioneer ahead of time a buyer's interest and price range.
(d) False signals.
10. What is Smythe secretly looking for?
(b) Swiss gold.
(c) Gold bars.
(d) A large sum of cash.
11. What kind of information does the catalogue give about the Lots?
(a) How each Lot comes into Sotheby's hands.
(b) What the minimum bidding price is set at.
(c) Who currently owns it.
(d) A description of the Lot and its history.
12. What is Dr. Fanshawe's expertise in?
(d) Antique jewelry.
13. What is Smythe's initial reaction when he realizes Bond's purpose of visit?
(a) Gets chest pains and takes a pill.
(b) Gets overly excited and takes a large gulp of Brandy.
(c) Looks Bond in the eye to see how far he goes.
(d) Instinctively looks for ways to escape.
14. Who are Smythe's "people"?
(a) The employees at his home.
(c) Reef fishes.
(d) The socialites he consorts with.
15. What does Smythe want to be able to do with "Pussy"?
(a) Be able to call it out of its hiding place.
(b) Feed it from his hand.
(c) Shake its tentacle like a hand.
(d) Watch it hunt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What condition is London in, in regards to crime and activity?
2. What does Smythe do with the paper that catches his eye?
3. What department does Bond work for?
4. How long does Smythe make friends with "Pussy"?
5. What identifies Smythe to his crime?
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