Your examiners aren’t there to fire questions at you and expect an answer in ten seconds or less.
They don’t have a big list of true or false statements for you to correctly identify.
And they won’t be grilling you on every single reference you listed.
The viva is a discussion. Your examiners have prepared questions to guide the process. Some are to steer the conversation, others are to check details in your thesis; some are sparked by their personal interests, and some questions might be to satisfy ideas of what is “correct” in your discipline.
But they’re not rapid-fire, all-or-nothing, earning points or against the clock.
The viva has questions but it’s not a quiz.
You’re a candidate, not a contestant.