Goodbye Mr. Chips Objective Notes From Past Papers

Goodbye Mr. Chips Objective Notes

Goodbye Mr. chips’ objective notes of the 12th class from previous Board papers. Synonyms and MCQs with answer keys. Goodby Mr. chips MCQs from past papers of 2014 to 2021. Important short questions with answers. Notes of MR. Chips with MCQs and short questions from past board papers of Punjab.

Goodbye Mr. Chips Objective Notes

Table of content goodbye Mr.chips notes are given below

  • MR Chips chapter 1 MCQs
  • Chapter 2 MCQs Novel MR. Chips
  • Unit 3 MCQs MR. Chips
  • Chapter 4 Solved MCQs
  • Unit 5 Mr. Chips’ novel MCQs
  • MR Chips chapter 6 MCQs
  • Complete Novel of MR. CHIPS MCQs notes with answer keys

First look at the notes preview given in the pdf below.

Mr.Chips MCQs From Past Papers:

Here is a sample paper of objective MCQs from past papers of intermediate board 2014-2019.

goodbye mr.chips
Goodbye Mr.Chips Notes

Choose the correct option of the following underlined words from Goodbye Mr. Chips:

In the beginning, Chips’ discipline was not reliable: (MLN. GI, 2014)
(A) deep
(B) perfect
(C) dependable
(D) defective

Chips assumed a scowl in his first class. (GRW. GI, 2014) (SWL. GI, 2015)
(A) bad smile
(B) frown
(C) tired face
(D) bad throat

Chips were suffering from Anno Domini: (RWP. GI, 2015) (AJK. GI, 2017)
(A) old age
(B) malaria
(C) cold
(D) coldness

Decent little beggars individually, but as a mob just pitiless and implacable: (RWP. GI, GRW. GI, 2014) (MLN. GII, 2015) (SGD. GI, 2016)
(A) class
(B) disciple
(C) crowd
(D) company

Wetherby himself was very fatherly and courteous. (SGD. GII, 2017)
(A) weak
(B) polite
(C) old
(D) strict

Mrs. Wickett’s house was ugly and pretentious: (LHR. GI 2014)(BWP. GII, 2015/SWL. GII, 2016)
(A) wise
(B) dirty
(C) showy
(D) odd

He remembered the day of his preliminary interview: (FBD. GI, 2014) (LHR. GII, 2015)
(A) compulsory
(B) introductory
(C) first
(D) lawfully

MR CHIPS NOVEL Unit-Wise MCQs:

Brookfield is an old foundation: (MLN, GI, 2015)
A) institution
(B) hall
(C) shop
(D) post-office

The boys were implacable in mobs. (BWP. GI, 2014) (BWP. II, 2016)
(A) selfish
(B) unforgiving
(C) selfless
(D) unruly

Wetherby was fatherly: (DGK. 2016) (AJK, GI, 2017)
(A) kind
(B) unkind
(C) cruel

Chips’ voice had a good deal of sprightliness in it. (RWP. GII, 2017)
(D) brave
A) liveliness
(B) slowness
(C) laziness

The autumn gales rattled the window. (FBD. GII, 2017)
(D) weakness
(B) rains
(C) winds

Chips assumed a scowl in his first class. (GRW. GI, 2014) (SWL. GI, 2015)
(A) fairies
(B) bad smile
(C) frown
(D) tired face

I am the only man who has a vivid recollection of old Wetherby: ‘(DGK. GI, 2014) (FBD. GII, 2015)
(A) request
(B) common
(C) colorful
(D) clear

A chubby little fellow made a brilliant century: (LHR. GI, 2015)
(A) strong
(B) weak
(C) plump
(D) powerful

Wetherby himself was very fatherly and courteous. (SGD. GII, 2017)
(A) weak
(B) polite
(C) old
(D) strict

12th Class English MR Chips Important Short Questions:

For more study material notes and pdf books visit this blog.

Share with your friends!

2 Comments

Leave a Comment

Share to...