2nd Year English Good-Bye Mr. Chips Chapter 3 Notes MCQs Solution

english 12th Mr Chips Chapter No 3

1. There was the dwindling number of such people as could understand the published in the Times. Here the word dwindling  means

 
 
 
 

2. Mrs. Wickett’s house was ugly and pretentious. Here the word pretentious means

 
 
 
 

3. A mantelpiece crowded with fixture cards. Here the word fixture means

 
 
 
 

4. A typical bachelor, if there was one. Here the word typical means

 
 
 
 

5. “The Times” introduced a few tags. Here the word tags means

 
 
 
 

6. The books were chiefly classical. Here the word chiefly means

 
 
 
 

7. If the weather was mild, Chips strolled across the road to the playgro ands. Here the word strolled  means

 
 
 
 

8. He wrote his occasional letters in thin spidery but very legible script. Here the word occasional means

 
 
 
 

9. Chips’ pension was adequate. Here the word adequate means

 
 
 
 

10. The house itself was ugly and pretentious. Here the word pretentious means

 
 
 
 

11. Despite his long years of assiduous teaching, he was not a profound scholar. Here the word Despite means

 
 
 
 

12. His room was furnished simply. Here the word furnished means

 
 
 
 

13. He mixed spoons form different caddies. Here the word caddies means

 
 
 
 

14. Collingwood was a cheeky boy. Here the word cheeky  means

 
 
 
 

15. Chips was living a pleasant, placid life. Here the word placid  means

 
 
 
 

16. His pension was adequate. Here the word adequate means

 
 
 
 

17. There was a seasoning of history and belles-letters. Here the word belles-letters means

 
 
 
 

18. He wrote his occasional letters in thin spidery but very legible script. Here the word spidery means

 
 
 
 

19. Little pile of them. Here the word pile means

 
 
 
 

20. They were soaked in butter. Here the word soaked means

 
 
 
 

21. Mr. Chips said that he thrashed Collingwoo. Here the word thrashed  means

 
 
 
 

22. Despite his long years of assiduous teaching, he was not a profound scholar. Here the word assiduous means

 
 
 
 

23. Yes I know. He was cheeky to me, generally. Here the word cheeky means

 
 
 
 

24. Englishmen ought to know a few quotations. Here the word quotations means

 
 
 
 

25. In the bottom, they lay in a little shallow pool. Here the word shallow means

 
 
 
 

26. She entered to clear away the remains of the party. Here the word remains means

 
 
 
 

27. Chips was a little bald, .Here the word bald means

 
 
 
 

28. The books were chiefly classical. Here the word classical means

 
 
 
 

29. The session punctually lasted till five. Here the word punctually means

 
 
 
 

30. There was a worn out turkey carpet. Here the word worn out means

 
 
 
 

31. The tags were a kind of freemasonry. Here the word freemasonry means

 
 
 
 

32. During the winter there were crumpets too. Here the word crumpets means

 
 
 
 

33. He wrote his occasional letters in thin spidery but very legible script. Here the word legible means

 
 
 
 

34. The house itself was ugly and pretentious. Here the word ugly means

 
 
 
 

35. The boys watched Mr. Chips mixing spoonfuls from different caddies .Here the word caddies means

 
 
 
 

36. The session punctually lasted till five. Here the word lasted means

 
 
 
 

37. Despite assiduous teaching, Chips was not a very profound classical scholar. Here the word assiduous  means

 
 
 
 

38. He liked to stroll across the playing fields. Here the word stroll means

 
 
 
 

39. Chips’ script was thin, spidery but very legible. Here the word spidery  means

 
 
 
 

40. A mantelpiece crowded with fixture cards. Here the word mantelpiece means

 
 
 
 

41. All that fuss about mixing the tea. Here the word fuss means

 
 
 
 

42. Chips’ writing was thin, spidery but very legible. Here the word legible means

 
 
 
 

43. Mrs. Wickett entered the room to clear the remains of the party, .Here the word remains  means

 
 
 
 

44. Despite his long years of assiduous teaching, he was not a profound scholar. Here the word profound means

 
 
 
 

45. He wrote his occasional letters in thin spidery but very legible script. Here the word script means

 
 
 
 

46. I once thrashed him for climbing on the roof. Here the word thrashed means

 
 
 
 

47. Chips liked the article in the Times that introduced a few tags. Here the word tags means

 
 
 
 

48. There was a seasoning of history and belles-letters. Here the word seasoning means

 
 
 
 

49. This was a kind of secret and valued freemasonry. Here the word freemasonry means

 
 
 
 

50. A pleasant, placid life at Mrs. Wickett’s. Here the word placid means

 
 
 
 

Short Questions

1. How did Chips spend his time at Mrs. Wickett’s house?
2. How did Collingwood treat Mrs. Wickett?
3. How was Mr. Chips room decorated at Mrs. Wickett’s house?
4. How was the room Mrs. Wickett gave to Chips?
5. What job did Mrs. Wickett do at Brookfield?
6. What kind of books did Chips read?
7. What kinds of Books did Mr. Chips have in his room?
8. What was the condition of Mrs. Wickett’s house?
9. What was the financial condition of Mr. Chips after retirement?
10. Where was major Collingwood killed?
11. Which pictures were displayed in Mr. Chips room?
12. Which subjects did Chips teach and how did he teach them?
13. Who was Major Collingwood?
14. Why did Chips like summer?
15. Why did Mr. Chips punish Major Collingwood?
16. With what did Chips serve the boys?

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