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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What lent credibility to the drawing submitted by Wormold, according to Hawthorne, was the other sales plans to:
(a) eliminate Wormold
(b) discredit Raul
(c) kidnap Beatrice
(d) discredit Wormold
2. Wormold, sensing Carter doesn't want to leave the hotel, finds that Carter is waiting for:
(a) no one
(b) a call girl
(c) a phone call from Dr. Braun
(d) Braun to arrive at his room
3. Wormold takes Beatrice home to stay with Milly and then goes to:
(b) for a walk
(c) the Wonder Bar
4. According to Wormold, who is responsible for the deaths of Raul, Hasselbacher and the dog?
(c) Wormold and Carter
5. In regards to Milly, Wormold tells Segura that:
(a) he can talk to her about the subject of marriage
(b) he does not approve
(c) Segura should stay away from Milly
(d) he approves of the match
Short Answer Questions
1. When Wormold and Milly leave, who sees them off at the airport?
2. The plate with no carrots which was served to Wormold is passed down the table when the:
3. Wormold tells Carter that he needs to ring:
4. In regards to Raul, Hasselbacher says that:
5. What does Wormold want from Segura?
Short Essay Questions
1. What information does Wormold learn from Carter?
2. What does the Chief discuss during his dinner with the Permanent Under-Secretary?
3. Wormold is served a plate without carrots. What does he do?
4. While playing checkers with Wormold, Captain Segura questions him about his activities. How does Segura explain his position?
5. Why does Wormold feel he has to attend the luncheon?
6. Why does Captain Segura discuss with Wormold?
7. Why does the British Ambassador summon Wormold?
8. Why does Beatrice say she came to the Havana Club?
9. Why does Wormold go to see Hasselbacher after leaving Beatrice?
10. Why is Wormold worried about meeting Hawthorne in Kingston?
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