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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What idea does Bond get in regards to Russia's local Control in London?
(a) They can identify him at the auction.
(b) He probably works directly with the jewelers.
(c) Following Freudenstein may bring them to the local Control.
(d) The auctioneer is friendly with the Russian Control.
2. What does Smythe miss, despite his frustration when it happens?
(a) Mary's nagging.
(b) "Pussy's" grabbing.
(c) Dr. Greave's nagging.
(d) His "people's" aggressive behavior.
3. What sign indicates Smythe is lying when he says he cannot recall an Hannes Oberhauser?
(a) He breaks eye contact with Bond.
(b) He gulps his Brandy rather than sips it.
(c) He shivers in 80Ëš heat.
(d) He twitches an eye.
4. How old is Smythe?
(a) In his forties.
(b) In his thirties.
(c) In his fifties.
(d) In his seventies.
5. What is Smythe in search of for Professor Bengry?
(a) A butterfly fish.
(b) A rare coral.
(c) An octopus.
(d) A scorpion fish.
6. During the end of Smythe's service, what are most of the files he is in charge of about?
(a) Prison camp logs and records the Nazis kept.
(b) Interrogation methods used for whom.
(c) Bombed sites in Germany.
(d) Espionage, Gestapo personnel and secret hideouts.
7. What famous artist is responsible for making the art piece Dr. Fanshawe mentions?
(c) Freudenstein's grandfather.
8. Why is Smythe nervous of smoke and noise on top of a mountain?
(a) He does not want to cause an avalanche.
(b) He does not want to attract bears.
(c) He does not want his presence in the mountain known.
(d) He does not want Oberhauser comfortable.
9. What causes the octopus to get excited as Smythe gets closer to him?
(a) The smell of the scorpion fish's poison.
(b) The smell of Smythe's blood.
(c) The smell of the fresh scorpion fish.
(d) Smythe's call.
10. What kind of audience does Sotheby's gala mainly attract?
(b) Film celebrities.
(c) Rich pleasure-seekers.
11. What is Smythe thinking when the octopus' tentacles reach out to him?
(a) That he finally gets to "shake hands" with it.
(b) That the octopus is smarter than people give it credit for.
(c) That he wants to go in this manner than the long ordeal of court martial.
(d) That he is more at home here than on land.
12. What is Smythe's main duty when Germany surrenders in WWII?
(a) To clean-up Gestapo and Abwehr hideouts.
(b) To monitor prison camps.
(c) Interrogation of high profile Nazis.
(d) To clean-up towns that are bombed.
13. What is a usual way to signal a bid at an auction?
(a) A toe tap.
(b) A flick of the catalogue.
(c) Call out "here".
(d) A wink.
14. What is Bond's personal connection to Smythe's crime?
(a) The contents of the ammunition box are Bond's.
(b) Oberhauser is a dear friend of Bond's.
(c) Bond and Smythe are enemies from a previous assignment.
(d) Bond looks up to Smythe's work in the service.
15. What is so important about the cairn?
(a) It tells him where the bonds are hidden.
(b) It indicates his way back without Oberhauser.
(c) It tells him the way to the secret treasure.
(d) It indicates the site of the gold bars.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Bond prepare himself in identifying a Russian spy the night of the auction?
2. Who is Major Dexter Smythe talking to in the introduction of the story Octopussy?
3. What kind of information does the catalogue give about the Lots?
4. What is Bond hoping for to affirm his suspicions of who the Russian Control is?
5. What does Mr. Fanshawe focus his eyes on as he speaks with Bond?
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