The Sign of Four Multiple-Choice Listening Comprehension Exercise

If you are a B2 student, here’s a looong listening exercise you can do. You will need a copy of Desmond Davis’s 1983 film version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Sign of Four. (No subtitles, please. I’m old school: with me it’s either toughen up— or die.)

Before you watch the film, read carefully all the questions in the attached file. Having done that, watch the film and answer as many questions as you can. The passing score is at 60%. Well? What did you expect? After all, this is a language test.

The Sign of Four

The Sign of Four Answer Key

The Sign of Four Image

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