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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Smythe do with the paper that catches his eye?
(a) Hand it over to the Colonel.
(b) Burn it after reading.
(c) Read it and then carefully keep it in his inside pocket.
(d) Get a transalator to read it then keeps it.
2. What does Smythe make sure of when he leaves the hut?
(a) The note he leaves is noticeable immediately by anyone who walks in.
(b) That Oberhauser is secured inside.
(c) The door remains open.
(d) There is no evidence of recent use.
3. What is Bond fearful of when he notices Smythe's reaction to his visit?
(a) That Smythe dies of a heart attack before Bond gets him to London.
(b) That Smythe has nothing to lose.
(c) That Smythe knows his own villa better than Bond does.
(d) That Smythe takes a suicide pill.
4. 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) Everyday, he sees the guilt in his crime with his lifestyle.
(c) He becomes a drunkard who lets himself go.
(d) He forgets about his crimes and lives a life of ease working at the Institute.
5. How is Freudenstein related to the art piece?
(a) Her grandfather makes it for her.
(b) She helps sponsor its discovery out of the Kremlin.
(c) There are records of her buying it.
(d) It is sent to her from Russia.
6. What marking is on the contents of the ammunition box?
(a) Signature of the Reichsbank president.
(b) Reichsbank stamp.
(c) Mint marks of the Reichsbank.
(d) Mint marks of the Swiss National Bank.
7. What work of art does Dr. Fanshawe speak of that is so important to the Secret Service?
(a) The Emerald Sphere.
(b) Orb of Vertu.
(c) The Imperial Easter Eggs.
(d) The Portrait of a Lady.
8. What is Miss Freudenstein's role with the British Secret Service?
(a) Encode messages with the Purple Cipher.
(b) She is M's secretary.
(c) She is a Russian translator.
(d) She encodes messages from the KGB.
9. What is so important about the cairn?
(a) It indicates the site of the gold bars.
(b) It tells him where the bonds are hidden.
(c) It tells him the way to the secret treasure.
(d) It indicates his way back without Oberhauser.
10. Why is Smythe's villa name so fitting?
(a) It's right on the beach.
(b) He's a fan of octopusses.
(c) It's extravagant.
(d) It's small.
11. How does Bond feel about Snowman by the end of his visit to Wartski's?
(a) Bond thinks Snowman is helpful, but too focused on his work to help.
(b) Bond is curious about Snowman's relationship with the Russian Control.
(c) Bond needs him, but thinks he is too devious to trust.
(d) Bond trusts him completely.
12. Against only what other art is the Emerald Sphere compared to?
(a) The Great Imperial Crown.
(b) The Orb of Vertu.
(c) The Russian Crown Jewels.
(d) The Imperial Easter Eggs.
13. In addition to Snowman, who else competes for the Fabergé?
(b) The Italians.
(d) The Metropolitan.
14. Peter Wilson's demeanor at the rostrum is ___________.
15. How does Bond like the current state of crime in London?
(a) Cool on the outside, stressed in the inside.
(c) Bored with it.
(d) Excited by it.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Freudenstein's maternal history that helps her gain British trust?
2. How does Bond feel about Freudenstein?
3. What is Smythe's main duty when Germany surrenders in WWII?
4. What does Smythe make sure of when he sees the cairn he is looking for?
5. What reassures Snowman that Bond is someone he can like?
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