2nd Year English Important MCQ’S Chapter10 Good By Mr’s Chips
Important MCQ’S Chapter10 Good By Mr’s Chips
1: Who had succeeded Wetherby as Head?
2: And in the interval before the appointment of a successor.
3: And in the interval before the appointment of a successor.
4: There was just the faintest chance that the Governors might make the appointment a permanent one.
5: A mere youngster of thirty seven glittering with Firsts and Blues.
6: A mere youngster of thirty seven, glittering with Firsts and Blues.
a) excellent in studies and games✅
7: He was an altogether milder and less ferocious animal. 12625007
8: He was an altogether milder and less ferocious animal.
9: Those years before his retirement in 1913 were studded with sharply remembered pictures.
10: A May morning, the clang of the school bell.
a) soft voice
11: The clang of the school bell at unaccustomed time.
12: Everyone was summoned to assemble in Big Hall.
13: Everyone was summoned to assemble in Big Hall. 12625013
14: Ralston, the new Head, very pontifical and aware of himself
15: Ralston, the new Head, very pontifical and aware of himself, fixing
16: Ralston fixing the multitude with a cold and presaging severity.
17: Ralston fixing the multitude with a cold and presaging severity.
18: Brookfield boys were patrolling the line.
19: If they were queer animals out of a zoo.
20: Kathie would have approved.
21: Kathie would have approved, and would also have been amused.
22: However, the avenues of politics twisted and curved.
23: She fitted herself into English scene with dignity.
24: She fitted herself into English scene with dignity and without disproportion. 12625024
25: England, a nation steering into channels.
26: England a nation steering into channels.
27: Where a hair’s breadth of error might be catastrophic.
28: He had taken Kathie to London to see the procession.
29: That old and legendary lady.
30: That old and legendary lady, sitting in her carriage like crumbling wooden doll.
31: She had symbolised impressively so many things.
32: She had symbolised impressively so many things.
33: Was it only the century, or was it an epoch?
34: And then that frenzied Edwardian decade.
35: The fourth form construing Virgil, not very intelligently.
36: Young Grayson, in particular, was careless and preoccupied.
37: Grayson was excused lesson, for a whole day.
38: The school centered emotionally upon his anxieties.
39: His father had been among those rescued.
40:”I am delighted, Grayson”.
41: It was Grayson Senior, not junior, with whom Chips was destined later to console.a) bound✅
42: It was Grayson Senior, not junior with whom Chips was destined later to condole.
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