2nd Year English Important Chapter 6 GoodBy Mr’s Chips MCQ’s
Important Chapter 6 GoodBy Mr’s Chips MCQ’s
1: For his marriage was a triumphant success.
2: She was immensely popular with the boys and masters alike.
d) in majority
3: Even the wives of the masters tempted at first to be jealous of some so young and lovely
4: They could not long resist her charms.
5: Till his marriage Chips had been a dry and rather neutral sort person. 12621005
6: Chips was not made of the stuff that makes for great popularity.
7: He was not that stirs great affection.
8: He was not that stirs great affection.
9: He had already begun to sink into that creeping dry-rot of pedagogy. 12621009
10: He had already begun to sink into that creeping dry rot of pedagogy. 12621010
a) study of art
b) study of teaching methods✅
c) study of sports
d) study of agriculture
11: That is the worst and ultimate pitfall for the profession.
12: Giving the same lessons year after years had formed a groove into which the other affairs had adjusted well.
13:The other affairs of his life had adjusted themselves with insidious ease.
14: Chips was conscientious..
15: His eyes gained sparkle.
16: His mind began to adventurously. 12621016 move more
17: His sense of humour blossomed into a sudden richness.
18: Years lent maturity to Chips’ humour.
19: Chips’ discipline became less rigid.
20: He began to make little jokes, mnemonics.
a) exercise for improving memory✅
21: He began to make little puns.
22: Lex-Canuleia permitted patricians to marry plebeians.
a) Roman gypsies
b) middle-class Romans
c) lower-class Romans
d) upper-class Romans✅
23: Lex-Canuleia permitted patricians to marry plebeians.
a) noble Romans
b) middle-class Romans
c) lower-class Romans✅
d) upper-class Romans
24: Chips could not confute her ideas.
25: Despite her radical socialist talk, Chips remained a conservative in politics.
26: Best even where he did not accept, he absorbed.
27: He was a conservative in politics.
28: Her young idealism worked upon his maturity.
29: Her young idealism produced amalgam very gentle and wise
30: Sometimes she persuaded him completely.
31: Boys and parents contributed generously to East London boys.
32: Katherine suggested a match between the Brookfield and East London Boys at soccer.
33: The idea could not have survived its first frosty reception.
34: It was a wanton stirring to introduce a group of slum boys to the serene environment of better-class youngsters.
35: It was a wanton stirring to introduce a group of slum boys to the serene environment of better class youngster.
a) under-privileged areas✅
b) posh areas
36: It was a wanton stirring to introduce a group of slum boys to the serene environment of better class youngsters..
37: The authorities found themselves consenting to the dangerous experiment.
38: Everyone was certain that East End lads would be hooligans.
39: Everyone was certain that East End lads. would be hooligans.
40: Yet Katherine persisted.
41: You can’t satisfy your conscience by keeping them at arm’s length.
42: But a few just a few want un- sticking
b) giving up✅
43: Rather to her surprise he gave way.
b) threw away
44: Chips suddenly became the keen advocate of the proposal.
45: The volte-face was so complete that the authorities were taken as unaware.
a) complete change✅
46: Chips saw them off at the railway station.
a) said farewell✅
47: Everything passed without the slightest hitch.
48: Chips answered eagerly.
a) in worry
b) in a hurry
49: Old Gribble was the school-butler.
50: There are two or three of my pals, who remember her clearly.
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