And Then There Were None Final Test

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  • 1. 

    What is the title of the nursery rhyme that hangs in everyone's room?

    • A.

      Little Bo Peep

    • B.

      Little Jack Horner

    • C.

      Ten Little Indians

    • D.

      Hey Diddle Diddle

    Correct Answer
    C. Ten Little Indians
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Ten Little Indians." This nursery rhyme is commonly known and often displayed in children's rooms. It is about ten little Indian boys who gradually disappear or meet unfortunate fates one by one. The rhyme is catchy and easy to remember, making it a popular choice for nursery decorations.

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  • 2. 

    Why does Vera come to the island

    • A.

      She is a journalist reporting on rumors about the island

    • B.

      She is pursuing Lombard

    • C.

      She has been invited on vacation by Constance Culmington

    • D.

      She has been hired as a secretary for Mrs. Owen

    Correct Answer
    D. She has been hired as a secretary for Mrs. Owen
    Explanation
    Vera comes to the island because she has been hired as a secretary for Mrs. Owen. This means that she has been given a job opportunity to work for Mrs. Owen in a secretarial role. The other options mentioned in the question, such as being a journalist reporting on rumors about the island, pursuing Lombard, or being invited on vacation by Constance Culmington, are not mentioned as the reason for her presence on the island.

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  • 3. 

    How does the killer accuse the guests of committing murders?

    • A.

      By sending them letters

    • B.

      By listing their crimes on a record that is played after dinner

    • C.

      By sending them telegrams

    • D.

      The killer doesn't accuse them but just begins killing them off

    Correct Answer
    B. By listing their crimes on a record that is played after dinner
    Explanation
    The killer accuses the guests of committing murders by listing their crimes on a record that is played after dinner. This method allows the killer to publicly shame and expose the guests for their past actions, while also creating a sense of fear and tension among them. By revealing their crimes in such a dramatic and public manner, the killer is able to manipulate and control the situation, further adding to the psychological torment experienced by the guests.

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  • 4. 

    Where did Lombard leave 21 men to die?

    • A.

      The African bush

    • B.

      The Sahara Desert

    • C.

      The South Pole

    • D.

      A battlefield in France

    Correct Answer
    A. The African bush
    Explanation
    Lombard left 21 men to die in the African bush.

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  • 5. 

    How does General Macarthur die?

    • A.

      From a bee sting

    • B.

      He is pushed off a cliff

    • C.

      He is shot

    • D.

      From a blow to the head

    Correct Answer
    D. From a blow to the head
    Explanation
    General Macarthur dies from a blow to the head. This suggests that he suffered a fatal injury to his head, possibly from a physical attack or accident. The cause of death is not specified further, but it can be inferred that the blow to the head was severe enough to cause his demise.

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  • 6. 

    What objects disappear one by one as each murder is committed?

    • A.

      The guests suitcases

    • B.

      Cans of food

    • C.

      Figurines of Indians

    • D.

      China plates

    Correct Answer
    C. Figurines of Indians
    Explanation
    As each murder is committed, the figurines of Indians disappear one by one. This suggests that the murderer is targeting and removing these specific objects. The disappearance of the figurines could symbolize the erasure or elimination of Native American culture or representation. It could also be a clue that the murderer has a specific motive or connection to Native American culture.

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  • 7. 

    "U.N. Owen" is associated with what, according to the judge?

    • A.

      The word "unknown"

    • B.

      The word "uno"

    • C.

      The coordinates of the island

    • D.

      The United Nations

    Correct Answer
    A. The word "unknown"
    Explanation
    The judge associates "U.N. Owen" with the word "unknown". This suggests that the phrase "U.N. Owen" is a play on words, sounding similar to "unknown". The judge might have made this association due to the similarity in pronunciation between the two phrases.

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  • 8. 

    When is Mr. Rogers killed?

    • A.

      While chopping wood

    • B.

      While making breakfast

    • C.

      While he is asleep

    • D.

      While cleaning the dining room

    Correct Answer
    A. While chopping wood
    Explanation
    Mr. Rogers is killed while chopping wood. This suggests that he met with a fatal accident while engaged in the activity of chopping wood. It implies that he might have been using an axe or a sharp tool for this task, which unfortunately led to his demise.

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  • 9. 

    How did Dr. Armstrong kill a patient during surgery?

    • A.

      He was drunk

    • B.

      He was inexperienced

    • C.

      He cut too deep

    • D.

      He removed the wrong organ

    Correct Answer
    A. He was drunk
    Explanation
    Dr. Armstrong killed a patient during surgery because he was drunk. This impaired his judgment and motor skills, leading to mistakes and potentially fatal errors during the procedure. Alcohol intoxication can negatively affect a surgeon's ability to perform surgery safely and accurately, putting the patient's life at risk.

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  • 10. 

    Which guest brought a revolver to the island?

    • A.

      Vera Claythorne

    • B.

      General Macarthur

    • C.

      Philip Lombard

    • D.

      Dr. Armstrong

    Correct Answer
    C. Philip Lombard
    Explanation
    Philip Lombard is the correct answer because in the novel "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie, it is revealed that Lombard brought a revolver to the island. Lombard is a former soldier and a reckless adventurer, which makes it plausible that he would carry a weapon for self-defense or other purposes. The other guests do not have any specific mention of carrying a weapon, making Lombard the most likely candidate.

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  • 11. 

    From what does Emily Brent die?

    • A.

      A lethal injection from a syringe

    • B.

      A bee sting

    • C.

      Poison

    • D.

      A gunshot wound

    Correct Answer
    A. A lethal injection from a syringe
    Explanation
    Emily Brent dies from a lethal injection from a syringe. This implies that someone deliberately injected her with a lethal substance, causing her death. The use of a syringe suggests a deliberate and calculated act, rather than a random or accidental cause of death.

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  • 12. 

    Which guest pretends to be killed?

    • A.

      Dr. Armstrong

    • B.

      Mr. Blore

    • C.

      General Macarthur

    • D.

      Justice Wargrave

    Correct Answer
    D. Justice Wargrave
    Explanation
    Justice Wargrave pretends to be killed. This can be inferred from the context of the question, which suggests that there is a situation or event where someone is pretending to be killed. Since the question provides a list of guests, and the answer is Justice Wargrave, it can be concluded that he is the guest who pretends to be killed.

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  • 13. 

    How is Blore killed?

    • A.

      A marble bear is dropped on his head

    • B.

      He is hanged

    • C.

      He is shot

    • D.

      His drink is poisoned

    Correct Answer
    A. A marble bear is dropped on his head
    Explanation
    Blore is killed when a marble bear is dropped on his head. This indicates that someone intentionally dropped a heavy object on him, causing a fatal injury. The use of a marble bear suggests that the murder was premeditated and planned in advance.

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  • 14. 

    Which of the following is used to kill Lombard?

    • A.

      A life preserver

    • B.

      His own revolver

    • C.

      A marble bear

    • D.

      Poison

    Correct Answer
    B. His own revolver
    Explanation
    Lombard is killed with his own revolver. This implies that Lombard was either shot by someone using his own weapon or he committed suicide by shooting himself.

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  • 15. 

    Which of the guests die by the ocean?

    • A.

      Vera Claythorne and Emily Brent

    • B.

      Lombard. Blore and Armstrong

    • C.

      Lombard, Armstrong, and Macarthur

    • D.

      Armstrong and Macarthur

    Correct Answer
    C. Lombard, Armstrong, and Macarthur
  • 16. 

    How does Vera die?

    • A.

      She shoots herself

    • B.

      She is poisoned

    • C.

      She drowns

    • D.

      She hangs herself

    Correct Answer
    D. She hangs herself
    Explanation
    Vera's cause of death is hanging herself. This means that she intentionally took her own life by tying a rope or similar object around her neck and suspending herself.

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  • 17. 

    Who is the last to die?

    • A.

      Vera Claythorne

    • B.

      Philip Lombard

    • C.

      Mr. Rogers

    • D.

      Justice Wargrave

    Correct Answer
    D. Justice Wargrave
    Explanation
    Justice Wargrave is the last to die because he is revealed to be the mastermind behind the murders on the island. Throughout the story, it is gradually revealed that Wargrave orchestrated the killings to deliver his own twisted form of justice. He manipulates the other characters and sets up the murders to appear as if they were committed by one of the guests. However, in the end, it is revealed that Wargrave faked his own death and is the one responsible for all the killings. Therefore, he is the last to die as he ultimately takes his own life to complete his plan.

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  • 18. 

    Who killed Philip Lombard

    • A.

      Emily Brent

    • B.

      Vera Claythorne

    • C.

      Mrs. Rogers

    • D.

      Justice Wargrave

    Correct Answer
    B. Vera Claythorne
    Explanation
    Vera Claythorne killed Philip Lombard. This can be inferred from the context of the question, as it asks about the person who killed Philip Lombard. Since Vera Claythorne is listed as one of the options and the answer is given, it can be concluded that she is the one responsible for his death.

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  • 19. 

    Who killed Wargrave?

    • A.

      Vera Claythorne

    • B.

      General Macarthur

    • C.

      Wargrave himself

    • D.

      Mr. Blore

    Correct Answer
    C. Wargrave himself
    Explanation
    Wargrave himself is the correct answer because in the novel "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie, it is revealed that Justice Wargrave is the killer. He orchestrates the entire situation on the island, luring the other characters there under false pretenses. Wargrave believes himself to be a morally righteous judge, and he takes it upon himself to deliver justice to those he deems guilty of crimes that have gone unpunished. In the end, he stages his own death to make it appear as if he was also a victim, but it is later revealed that he was the mastermind behind the murders.

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  • 20. 

    How do the police determine the culprit's identity?

    • A.

      They use clues from the guests journals

    • B.

      They find the killer alive when they arrive on the island

    • C.

      They never solve the case

    • D.

      The killer places a confession in a bottle in the sea which is found by a fisherman

    Correct Answer
    D. The killer places a confession in a bottle in the sea which is found by a fisherman
    Explanation
    The police determine the culprit's identity by finding a confession in a bottle in the sea, which is discovered by a fisherman. This suggests that the killer, feeling guilty or wanting to be caught, confesses their crime and leaves the evidence in a place where it can be found. This confession serves as the key piece of evidence that leads the police to identify the culprit.

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