Final Test - Easy
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In chapter 7, what does the assistant commissioner ensure when he returns to his office following his evening meeting with the secretary of state?
(a) That Heat has already departed for his home.
(b) That no one can observe the assistant commissioner executing his plan.
(c) That an investigator is assigned to follow Heat.
(d) That surveillance is placed on the Verloc shop.
2. What does Mr. Verloc give his wife to hide on the evening of the bombing, and where does she place it?
(a) A pigskin pocketbook containing a large quantity of money that she secures under her bodice.
(b) A briefcase containing papers that she hides behind a tall, grandfather clock.
(c) A locked satchel containing bomb components that she places in the attic.
(d) A leather purse containing banknotes that she places under the mattress of their bed.
3. Specifically, what is it Winnie offers in exchange for Ossipon's assistance in escape on the evening of Mr. Verloc's demise?
(a) Bomb components.
(c) The shop and residence.
(d) Her body and her love.
4. Comrade Ossipon appears in the vicinity of the Verloc residence on the night of Mr. Verloc's death and finds Mrs. Verloc appearing in what condition to him?
5. When asked, what is it that the secretary of state is told that makes it unnecessary to incarcerate the person he is concerned about?
(a) The subject will not leave their professional responsibilities.
(b) The subject has no place to go to without being found and then incurring further problems.
(c) The subject has a spouse who will not leave the country.
(d) The subject will not leave in hopes of reducing potential punishment.
6. What does Winnie silently promise herself after Stevie's encounter with the cab driver?
(a) That she will somehow come up with enough money so her mother can leave the charity home.
(b) That her brother will never want for anything he needs or be poor.
(c) That she will ensure her brother never moves from her home.
(d) That once her mother returns her entire family will never want for anything or be poor.
7. What is Winnie's response to Mr. Verloc immediately after Heat leaves their home?
(a) She only barely listens, thinking more about Stevie and her mother, and sacrifices she has made for them.
(b) She refuses to listen, only thinking about her brother and and mother, and the sacrifices she has made for them.
(c) She listens, but nothing is registering as she is simultaneously thinking about the times she spent with Stevie and her mother.
(d) She listens, also thinking about Stevie and the sacrifices she has made for her brother.
8. What sort of restaurant does the assistant commissioner eat dinner at on the evening of the Greenwich Park blast?
9. When he does arrive at the home of his wife's friend on the evening of the Greenwich Park blast, whom does the assistant commissioner find is a guest?
(a) The secretary of state.
(b) Mr. Vladimir.
(c) Chief Inspector Heat.
(d) Privy Councillor Wurmt.
10. When Mr. Verloc confronts Winnie on the night of Stevies death, what does he say about the death?
(a) Stevie insisted on carrying the bomb and Mr.Verloc was not able to convince him otherwise.
(b) It was Stevie who managed to trip and detonate the blast.
(c) It was just as well Stevie was dead for his own sake, and with her mother now gone Winnie could be totally attentive to him.
(d) Winnie was as responsible for Stevie's death as Mr. Verloc was, since she made him take Stevie for the walk.
11. Having returned to her residence with Ossipon on the evening she murdered Mr. Verloc, where does Winnie see that the light remains on?
(a) In the kitchen.
(b) In her bedroom.
(c) In the shop.
(d) In the parlor.
12. When the assistant commissioner speaks with him early in the evening of the Greenwich Park blast, the secretary of state is in what condition?
(a) Exhausted, having worked throughout the entire day.
(b) Acceptable, as it had been an easy workday.
(c) Well-rested, having taken a nap in the afternoon.
(d) Fine, as a secretary handled many administrative matters.
13. On the evening of Stevie's death, when Winnie goes upstairs, what does her husband think she is going to do?
(a) Write a note to her mother.
(c) Prepare to leave.
14. What does Winnie think about Mr. Verloc and Stevie when she last saw them together?
(a) How much they appeared like a grandfather and his grandson together.
(b) How much they appeared like an older and a younger brother together.
(c) How much they appeared like a father and his son together.
(d) How much they appeared like her husband and one of his peculiar friends together.
15. How does Mrs. Verloc feel about her mother's decision to move out?
(a) She feels slighted and is unhappy.
(b) She is happy her mother has a place to live.
(c) She feels slighted and so readily agrees.
(d) She is upset, but understands.
Short Answer Questions
1. Regarding Stevie wandering away, what does Mrs. Verloc assure her husband?
2. What is the secretary of state's response to the assistant commissioner's request to have Heat removed from the investigation of the Greenwich Park explosion?
3. On the evening she learns of Stevies' death, what happens when Winnie comes downstairs dressed in black, including a veil and small purse as though she is going out?
4. What does the assistant commissioner observe at the restaurant he has dinner at on the evening of the Greenwich Park explosion?
5. How does Winnie learn Stevie was killed in the bombing earlier that day at Greenwich Park?
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