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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do scorpion fish hide?
(a) They only come out at night.
(b) They hide in coral nooks and crannies.
(c) They camouflage with coral and seaweed.
(d) They bury themselves under sand.
2. What is so important about the cairn?
(a) It tells him where the bonds are hidden.
(b) It tells him the way to the secret treasure.
(c) It indicates the site of the gold bars.
(d) It indicates his way back without Oberhauser.
3. What is Miss Freudenstein's role with the British Secret Service?
(a) She encodes messages from the KGB.
(b) She is a Russian translator.
(c) She is M's secretary.
(d) Encode messages with the Purple Cipher.
4. What work of art does Dr. Fanshawe speak of that is so important to the Secret Service?
(a) Orb of Vertu.
(b) The Portrait of a Lady.
(c) The Emerald Sphere.
(d) The Imperial Easter Eggs.
5. What is Smythe in search of for Professor Bengry?
(a) A rare coral.
(b) A butterfly fish.
(c) An octopus.
(d) A scorpion fish.
6. What is etched on the Emerald Sphere?
(a) The Tree of Life.
(b) The Freudenstein family name.
(c) Map of the world.
(d) The artist's signature.
7. What does Mr. Fanshawe focus his eyes on as he speaks with Bond?
(a) Bond's cuff links.
(b) The painting behind Bond.
(c) Over Bond's shoulder.
(d) Bond's boots.
8. 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.
9. What does Smythe make sure of when he leaves the hut?
(a) That Oberhauser is secured inside.
(b) The note he leaves is noticeable immediately by anyone who walks in.
(c) The door remains open.
(d) There is no evidence of recent use.
10. What does Smythe want to see before he dies?
(a) His "people" to say goodbye.
(b) Mary's grave.
(c) If an octopus eats a scorpion fish and its reaction to the poison.
(d) A priest for confession.
11. 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 looks up to Smythe's work in the service.
(d) Bond and Smythe are enemies from a previous assignment.
12. What does M say to offend Dr. Fanshawe?
(a) He refers to the art piece as a hunk of jewelry.
(b) He says the jewelers' world is too materialistic.
(c) He says art is for those that don't understand logic.
(d) He calls the art abstract foolery.
13. What possible danger is there if M increases the Purple Cipher's level of deception?
(a) The KGB send a second spy while keeping the first as a decoy.
(b) KGB kill Britain's double agent.
(c) KGB finds the truth about its false messages.
(d) Freudenstein figures it out and deceive Britain in return.
14. What is Smythe's real intentions with Oberhauser?
(a) To free him whether he agrees to his conditions.
(b) To kill him.
(c) To interrogate him with controversial methods.
(d) To turn him over to higher authority.
15. How old is Smythe?
(a) In his seventies.
(b) In his thirties.
(c) In his fifties.
(d) In his forties.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the mood in the room, as Bond questions Smythe about his time in the service at the end of WWII?
2. What causes the audience to applaud as Lot 42 is being auctioned?
3. How does Bond feel about Snowman by the end of his visit to Wartski's?
4. Of the following, which best describes Major Smythe?
5. What is Smythe's initial reaction when he realizes Bond's purpose of visit?
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