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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. Where does the meeting take place?
2. What word best describes Ryan's feelings when met being taken away from the hospital?
3. How old is the Ryan's daughter?
4. What is the name of the prison that had been holding Miller?
5. How long does it take for the trial to begin?
(a) 5 weeks.
(b) 7 weeks.
(c) 3 weeks.
(d) 4 weeks.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the FBI representative that visits Ryan?
2. What is the proper name for a British attorney?
3. Ryan is released from the hospital and is met by which important person?
4. Who is set to arrive in the US the following day?
5. Ryan is told not to reveal any sensitive information to which person?
Short Essay Questions
1. Ryan is warned not to give out any sensitive information to which person? What is Ryan's opinion of the person? What does the person think of Ryan?
2. What misconception does Ryan have about the attack? Why is there a sense of disbelief when Ryan hears the real story?
3. Ryan does not lie about his connection to the CIA but omits some details. What is Ryan's connection to the CIA? What does Ryan tell the press?
4. What is Ryan thinking about as he is making his way to the Mall?
5. What happens to jeopardize Ryan's anonymity? Who is going to benefit from the information?
6. What causes Ashley to be curious about Cooley's bookshop? What does Ashley learn on his visit to the store?
7. How does Ryan attempt to deal with Sally's demeanor when she returns home from the hospital? Does the plan work?
8. Why is the British press being so hard on the Prince of Wales? Why is the Prince being blamed for the tragedy? What does Ryan say in response?
9. Ryan learns that he has a guard on the door and questions to answer. Discuss the scene.
10. Why is it automatically assumed that Ryan will return to the CIA?
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