2nd Year English Important MCQ’s Ch16 Good By Mr’s Chips
Important MCQ’s Ch16 Good By Mr’s Chips
1: Chips could look upon it with a deep and sumptuous tranquility.
2: Chips could look upon it with a deep and sumptuous tranquility.
3: Chips could look upon it with a deep and sumptuous tranquility. 12631003
4: Chips said that he knew dilatoriness of Gregson.
5: Sometimes too many students came but he did not really mind. 12631005
b) head piece
6: He would go to the window to look across the fence.
7: The postwar decade swept through with a clatter of change and maladjustment.
c) passed quickly✅
8: The postwar decade swept through with a clatter of change and maladjustment.
9: The postwar decade swept through with a clatter of change and maladjustment.
10: Chips was profoundly disappointed when he looked abroad.
11: He saw the rest of the world as a vast disarrangement.
12: England had sacrificed enough perhaps too much.
13: Boys were politer race, bullying was nonexistent.
14: Curious, in this deeper sense, how little it had changed.
15: Chips realized that the teachers showed less pomposity.
16: Something had happened whose significance had yet to be reckoned.
17: Chips realized that the teachers showed less pomposity.
18: He might sign his terminal reports.
19: Chips felt stirred emotionally as he had not been there since war.
20: England had burned her fire in her own grate again.
21: Your country would have spilt more blood in raiding a liquor saloon.
22: Your country would have spilt more blood in raiding a liquor saloon.
23: Your country would have spilt more blood in raiding a liquor saloon.
a) beauty saloon
b) drawing room
24: Chips still kept up a wide hospitality in his room.
25: Marvellous the way, he can always see the funny side of things.
26: His faculties were all unimpaired.
27: His faculties were all unimpaired.
28: Chip’s small capital was invested in gilt- edged stocks.
a) ruling place
b) prominent place
29: Chips small capital was invested in gilt- edged stocks.
30: Chips did not suffer when the slump set in.
31: Except for legacies to the mission and to Mrs. Wickett, he left all he had to found an open entrance scholarship to the school.
32: When is the tide going to turn?
33: They liked their answer dished up as a joke.
34: Small boys of the cheekier kind would ask him questions, when he was strolling about the school.
35: They asked questions merely for the fun of getting Chips latest to retail.
36: I have seen the name on the hoardings.
a) writing boards
37: I was gassing to the old boy about the new cinema.
b) filling air
d) talking falsely
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