2nd Year NotesEnglish class 12th

2nd Year English Ch 3 Good By Mr’s Chips MCQ’S

2nd Year English Important Ch 3 Good By Mr’s Chips MCQ’S

2nd Year English Ch 3 Good By Mr’s Chips MCQ’S

1: For he liked, if the weather were mild enough, to stroll across to the playing-field in an afternoon and watch the games.
a) harsh
b) pleasant
c) weak
d) sudden

2: For he liked, if the weather were mild enough, to stroll across to the playing-field in an afternoon and watch the games.
a) jump
b) run
c) walk leisurely✅
d) skip

3: He liked to smile and exchange a few words with the boys when they touched their caps to him.
a) loved
b) greeted✅
c) shouted
d) made fun

4: During the winter term there were crumpets, too a little pile of them in front of the fire, soaked in butter so that the bottom one lay in a little shallow pool.
a) dropped
b) steeped✅
c) absorbed
d) challenged

5: He kept watch to see that their plates were never empty.
a) gazed
b) vigil
c) observed✅
d) stared

6: And you do know when he wants you to push off**
a) get out✅
b) see off
c) welcome
d) farewell

7: I once thrashed him for climbing on to the gymnasium roof-to get a ball out of the gutter.
a) greeted
b) beat
c) sit
d) appreciated

8: Mrs. Wickett, before she saved money, had been in charge of the linen-room at the school.
a) laundry✅
b) library
c) cloth shop
d) cafeteria

9: Yes, I knew’im, sir. Cheeky’s was to me, generally. But we never’ad no bad words between us.
a) humble
b) rude✅
c) friendly
d) foolish

10: Yes, I knew’im, sir. Cheeky’s was to me, generally. But we never’ad no bad words between us.
a) difficult
b) ugly
c) harsh✅
d) foul

11: Yes, you can bring my supper about then.”
a) brunch
b) dinner✅
c) meal
d) breakfast

12: A pleasant, placid life, at Mrs. Wickett’s.
a) funny
b) peaceful✅
c) amusing
d) busy

13: He had no worries, his pension was adequate, and there was a little money: saved up besides.
a) meagre
b) sufficient✅
c) comfortable
d) rich

14: He had no worries, his pension was adequate, and there was a little money saved up besides.
a) without
b) in addition✅
c) less
d) surplus

15: A worn Turkey carpet; big easy-chairs; pictures on the wall, of the Acropolis and the Forum.
a) modern
b) ancient
c) new
d) old

16: A worn Turkey carpet; big easy-chairs; pictures on the wall, of the Acropolis and the Forum.
a) Roman marketplace
b) platform
c) Greek fort✅
d) house

17: A worn Turkey carpet; big easy-chairs; pictures on the wall, of the Acropolis and the Forum.
a) pub
b) inn
c) public place in Roman market✅
d) Greek fort

18: The books were chiefly classical, for that had been his subject’ there was, however, a seasoning of history and belles-lettres.
a) Persian
b) Greek & Roman✅
c) English
d) German

19: The books were chiefly classical, for that had been his subject’ there was, however, a seasoning of history and belles-lettres.
a) a small number✅
b) collection
c) heap
d) large number

20: The books were chiefly classical, for that had been his subject. There was, however, a seasoning of history and belles-lettres.
a) personal letters
b) light literature✅
c) classical literature
d) royal letters

21: There was also a bottom shelf piled up with cheap editions of detective novels.
a) placed
b) stuffed
c) heaped✅
d) gathered

22: Sometimes he took down Virgil or Xenophon and read for a few moments.
a) friend
b) dramatist
c) a Roman poet✅
d) Greek musician

23: Sometimes he took down Virgil or Xenophon and read for a few moments.
a) Roman soldier
b) Roman musician
c) Greek historian
d) Greek lover

24: He was not, despite his long years of assiduous teaching, a very profound classical scholar. 12618028
a) focused
b) carefree
c) diligent✅
d) leisurely

25: He liked those short leading articles in “The Times” that introduced a few tags that he recognized; to the among the dwindling number of people who understood such thing was to him a kind of secret and valued freemasonry.
a) examples
c) phrases✅
b) cartons
d) bills

26: He liked those short leading articles in “The Times” that introduced a few tags that he recognized; to be among the dwindling number of people who understood such thing was to him a kind of secret and valued freemasonry.
a) depressing
b) decreasing
c) increasing
d) rising

27: He liked those short leading articles in “The Times” that introduced a few tags that he recognized; to be among the dwindling number of people who understood such thing was to him a kind of secret and valued freemasonry.
a) feeling
b) shave
c) bond
d) masons

28: An old man, white-haired and only a little bald, still fairly active for his years. 12618032
a) hairy
b) hairless
c) flat
d) have

29: Writing his occasional letters in thin, spidery, but very legible script. 12618033
a) delicate
b) flimsy
c) of the spider
d) bent

30: Writing his occasional letters in thin, spidery, but very legible script. 12618034
a) readable✅
b) difficult
c) clear
d) bold

31: All that fuss about mixing the tea – a typical bachelor, if ever there was one.
a) excitement✅
c) trouble
b) horror
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d) tension

32: Which was oddly incorrect; because Chips was not a bachelor at all. 12618036
a) suddenly
b) really
c) strangely✅
d) rarely

33: Which was oddly incorrect; because Chips was not a bachelor at all. 12618037
a) issueless
b) unmarried✅
c) engaged
d) widower

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