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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. How does Scaramanga characterize the men who will be attending his meeting?
2. What room is Bond assigned at the Thunderbird Hotel?
3. According to a note in Scaramanga's file, who was responsible for writing the "Motivation" section in the file?
4. What kind of poison does James Bond try to shoot M with?
5. How does James Bond describe the atmosphere in the Kingston airport?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of Head of Station J?
2. As Bond waits for his connecting flight in the Kingston airport, how long has he been chasing after Scaramanga?
3. Which of the meeting attendees is described as a big shot in the entertainment world?
4. As Bond waits in the Kingston airport for his connecting flight, how many other passengers are waiting in the airport?
5. How does Scaramanga introduce Bond to the meeting attendees?
Short Essay Questions
1. Although the description of Scaramanga in Records is exact, what does the description fail to catch?
2. How does the manager of 3 ½ Love Lane characterize her "business"?
3. Why does the wine committee at M's lunchtime restaurant stock wine that is not allowed to be on the restaurant's wine list?
4. What does Bond tell Goodnight about his mission before sending her back to Kingston?
5. According to Bond's guess, how much money and how much time are needed in order to bring the Thunderbird Hotel to what Scaramanga's vision is?
6. What is the "War Book"?
7. According to James Bond, what is the first law for a secret agent?
8. When Bond finds the bug in his room at the Thunderbird Hotel, what does Bond briefly toy with the idea of doing?
9. Why is the paper Bond purchases from the shop at the Kingston airport one of his favorites?
10. According to the Chief Security Officer, what was always odd to him about James Bond's death?
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