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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Smythe live?
(a) Nassau, Bahamas.
(c) North Shore, Jamaica.
(d) Key West, Florida.
2. What categorical drunk does Fleming group Smythe?
3. Peter Wilson's demeanor at the rostrum is ___________.
4. What signals give Bond an idea of what kind of news to expect from his boss?
(a) Miss Moneypenny's expressions.
(b) Whether his boss' door is open or not.
(c) How the weather is that day.
(d) M's tone over the intercom.
5. What is Bond fearful of when he notices Smythe's reaction to his visit?
(a) That Smythe has nothing to lose.
(b) That Smythe dies of a heart attack before Bond gets him to London.
(c) That Smythe knows his own villa better than Bond does.
(d) That Smythe takes a suicide pill.
6. What work of art does Dr. Fanshawe speak of that is so important to the Secret Service?
(a) The Portrait of a Lady.
(b) The Imperial Easter Eggs.
(c) Orb of Vertu.
(d) The Emerald Sphere.
7. What marks the under-bidder is done and out of the auction for Lot 42?
(a) He straightens his tie.
(b) He wipes his forehead.
(c) He takes off his sunglasses.
(d) He brushes his nose.
8. What names does Bond mention that worries Smythe his time is up?
(a) Reichsbank and Oberhauser.
(b) Gestapo and MOB.
(c) Tyrol and Ober Aucher.
(d) Mary and Dr. Greaves.
9. What does Smythe look for on his map?
(a) Franziskaner Halt.
10. What trouble does the ammunition box give Smythe?
(a) It's tight lock.
(b) Its heavy weight.
(c) It's awkward shape.
(d) It's lack of a handle.
11. How old is Smythe?
(a) In his thirties.
(b) In his fifties.
(c) In his seventies.
(d) In his forties.
12. What is Bond's personal connection to Smythe's crime?
(a) Bond looks up to Smythe's work in the service.
(b) Oberhauser is a dear friend of Bond's.
(c) Bond and Smythe are enemies from a previous assignment.
(d) The contents of the ammunition box are Bond's.
13. What happens over time as Smythe spends his retirement in the Caribbean?
(a) He becomes a drunkard who lets himself go.
(b) He forgets about his crimes and lives a life of ease working at the Institute.
(c) He becomes happier and more at ease with the tropical weather.
(d) Everyday, he sees the guilt in his crime with his lifestyle.
14. Bond is trying to identify the Russian Control at Sotheby's. What is the most difficult part in identifying the Russian Control?
(a) Noting the secret signal between the Russian Control and Wilson.
(b) The crowd at Sotheby's is too chaotic to observe carefully.
(c) Wilson runs the auction too speedily.
(d) Bond is unable to leave his seat and is confined to one view of the room.
15. How does Bond feel about Freudenstein?
(a) He thinks lowly of her.
(b) He likes her more if she smiles more.
(c) He is in awe of her bravery.
(d) He pities her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Snowman no longer help Bond at the auction?
2. What does M say to offend Dr. Fanshawe?
3. How do scorpion fish hide?
4. What famous artist is responsible for making the art piece Dr. Fanshawe mentions?
5. What is Smythe's initial reaction when he realizes Bond's purpose of visit?
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