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Good Bye Mr. Chips Solved Questions First Half Book | 2nd Year English Book-4 Notes


Good Bye Mr. Chips (Important Questions from First 9 Chapters) Chapter # 1 Q.1 What is the routine of when the novel starts? Ans:...

Good Bye Mr. Chips
(Important Questions from First 9 Chapters)

Chapter # 1

Q.1 What is the routine of when the novel starts?
Ans: When the novel starts Mr.Chips is sitting by the fire and taking tea.He listens to the bells sounding dinner,call over,prep and lights out.He had been living there for more than ten years and he kept Brookfield timetable

Q.2 Why did Chips and his landlady keep Brookfield time?
Ans: Mrs.Wickett knew that Brookfield was Mr.Chips' soul.In order to make his stay comfortable, Mrs.Wickett kept Brookfield time.

Q.3 How did Mr.Chips end his daily activities at Mrs.Wickett's house?
Ans: while living at Mrs.Wickett's house Mr.Chips used to wind up his clock after the last bell.He took a detective novel and went to bed.Sleepover took him before he completed a page.

Q.4 Who was Chips family doctor? OR Who was Merivale?
Ans: Dr.Merivale was Mr.Chips family doctor.He used to visit Chips on alternate Sunday.He used to say that Mr.Chips was fitter than the doctor himself.He advised Mrs.Wickett to take care of him.

Q.5 Write a note on Melbury school.
Ans: Mr.Chips joined Melbury school in 1869.The students used to tease him.That's why he left Melbury school in 1870.

Q.6 What type of person was Wetherby?
Ans: Wetherby was the headmaster of Brookfield school.He joined Brookfield in 1840.He died in 1870.He worked 30 years in Brookfield school.He interviewed Chips in July 1870.HE advised him to be strict from the beginning.He was very kind and fatherly person.

Q.7 How did Chips face his 1st class in Brookfield? Or Who was Colley and what was the joke regarding Colley?
Ans: Chips faced his 1st class of 500 students in the big hall.A boy dropped the lid of a desk.Chips found out the boy and punished him.His name was Colley.After the 1st Colley, there came the son and grandson of 1st Colley in Brookfield.According to chips, the 3rd Colley was most of all.

Chapter # 2

Q.8 Write a note on Brookfield Grammer School.
Ans: Brookfield school was set up in the 16th century.It was famous for teaching Latin and Greek.Its building was quadrangle in shape.It was surrounded by tall elm trees.The school was 2nd in rank.

Q.9 What were Chips thought when he joined Brookfield school and after 10 years?
Ans: Mr.Chips joined Brookfield at the age of 22.He wanted to serve a better school as a senior teacher or a headmaster.After repeated trial and failure he thought he was suitable only for Brookfield.After 10 years he was satisfied  in Brookfield

Q.10 What were the similarities between Chip and Brookfield?
Ans: Brookfield school and Chips perhaps made for each other.Both were old fashioned.Both rooted in the past.Both of them were of a mediocre level and full of love.

Q.11 Describe the village Brookfield.
Ans: Brookfield village was beautiful.It was lush green.In the background of the village, there were beautiful mountains.

Chapter # 3

Q.12 Who was Mrs.Wickett?
Ans: Mrs,Wickett was the in charge of linen room at Brookfield school.She was also landlady of Chips.She was kind and caring.She entertained Chips' guest

Q.13 Describe Chips room at Wickett's house?
Ans: Wickett's house was ugly but the room she gave to Chips was comfortable and sunny.In this room, there was one Turkey carpet.In his room many books of Latin and Greek were present.In the bottom shelve, there were many detective novels.

Q.14 Describe Chips' hospitality and how did he entertain his guest?
Ans: Chips liked the guest.He used to serve them with walnut cake and tea.His meeting with his guest used to start at 4pm and continued 5pm.He took care of his guest.

Q.15 Who were Branksome and Collingwood?
Ans: Once a new student who name was Branksome came to see Chips.He told Chips that Collingwood was his uncle.He was major in the British army and was given a D.S.O.He died in Egypt.

Q.16 What were Chips activities at Wickett's house? OR How did he keep himself busy at Wickett's house?
Ans: At Wickett's Chips remained busy in reading books and talking with guests.He did correction in Brookfieldian directory. Sometimes he used to write articles.

Chapter # 4

Q.17 Why was spring of 1896 very dear to Chips? OR Write a note on Chips visit to the Lake District? OR How did Chips come across Katherine? OR What is the most interesting incident of the novel? OR When did Chips become housemaster? OR Chips meeting with Katherine?
Ans: In 1896 Chips got promotion and became housemaster.He went to Lake District city with his colleague Mr.Rowden.There he came across with Katherine at Great Gable.His meeting with Katherine is considered the most interesting incident of the novel.

Q.18 Give a physical description of Katherine.
Ans: She was a decent girl.She had blue eyesSHe had smooth brown hair.There were freckles on her cheeks.

Q.19 Write down the ideas of Katherine Bridges and Mr.Chips.
Ans: Katherine was of modern ideas while Chips was a traditional person.Katherine was in favour of women's liberty while Chips was not in the favour of women's liberty.Katherine liked Bernard Shaw,Ibsen and William Morriss who were modern writers,on the other hand, Chips hate them.Katherine liked bicycling and Chips hate bicycling. Katherine favoured the women for the right to vote and Chips did not like this.

Q.20 How did Chips reach Wasdale Head aftercare his injury and how did Katherine take care of him?
Ans: Katherine considered herself responsible for Chips injury.She with her friend took Chips to Wasdale Head. She often visited Chips and chatted with him.Chips used to call her a chatterbox.

Chapter # 5

Q.21 Write a note on Chips meeting with Katherine one night before their marriage? OR What was the age of Chips and Katherine at the time of their marriage? OR Describe Chips marriage. IR When did Chips and Katherine get married?
Ans: Katherine had no parents.She was married from the house of her aunt in Ealing.At the night before their marriage, Chips was of 48 and Katherine was 25 years old.One night before their marriage Chips met Katherine at her ant's house and on leaving Katherine said,"Good Bye Mr.Chips."

Q.22 Why did Chips depreciate himself before Katherine? OR What were Katherine's view about Chips' profession? OR How was according to Katherine,school mastering superior to other jobs?
Ans: Chips was a conventional person.He was also honest.According to him, Katherine was not a proper match for him.That's why he told his weak points to her,but in response, she started laughing.She told him that school mastering is superior to other jobs.She said a schoolmaster could change the generation.

Chapter # 6

Q.23 How was Katherine received at Brookfield? OR What was the reaction of master's view at Brookfield? OR How did master's wives receive Katherine at Brookfield? OR What was the reaction of the students and teachers on receiving Katherine at Brookfield?
Ans: Katherine was very popular among the students and teachers.The wives of the masters 1st felt jealous of her.Due to her behaviour, they soon became friendly and started admiring her.

Q.24 What change did marriage bring in Chips? OR What was the effect of marriage on Chips' humor? OR How did Chips' marriage contribute towards his popularity?
Ans: Before marriage Chips was a dry person.Marriage gave him a new touch.His discipline improved and his mind began to move quickly.His humor blossomed.He became less rigid and more popular.He cracked jokes.

Q.25 What was Lex canuleia?
Ans: Lex cannula was a Roman law that permitted the upper-class to marry someone of the lower class.Chips explained it n the humorous way.

Q.26 Hoe did Katherine convince Chips to held a match between Brookfield and Mission school?
Ans: Katherine did not believe in class distinction.For her the rich and the poor were equal.She said to Chips that the boys of Mission school were as important for England as Brookfield was.Chips agreed with her.Poplar boys visited Brookfield and played a football match with the boys of Brookfield.They were given a high tea in the dining hall.

Chapter # 7

Q.27 How did Katherine participate in school function?
Ans: Katherine helped Chips in arranging function.She played different roles and remained a central figure.she was the best music player.

Q.28 How did Katherine help Chips in the matter of discipline?
Ans: After Chips' marriage his discipline improved a lot.Katherine advised Chips to be kind without losing balance.Katherine knew psychology.

Q.29 Why could not Chips write down his memories?
Ans: Chips remembered his past life and thought of recording it.He gave it up because writing tired him.

Chapter # 8

Q.30 When did Katherine died? OR How did Katherine die? OR What type of April foolery Chips had to face? OR What was the sad event of Chips' life? OR What were Chips feeling on the death of his wife? OR What of letter Chips received on 1st April 1898?
Ans: Katherine died on 1st April 1898.She died in a childbirth.It was a sad event of Chips' life.Faulkner wanted short leave and Chips replied to him,"My wife is dead,and my child is dead and I wish I were dead himself."At that day, Chips went to school and received letters which had blank sheets.It was a piece of great April foolery for Chips.

Chapter # 9

Q.31 What was the effect of Katherine death on Chips? Or Why did the head ask Chips to give up house mastership? OR Why did the boys strat calling Chips old after the death of Katherine? OR Who was Halsbury? OR Who was Nayler?
Ans: Chips was badly shaken and looked old after the death of his wife.He played a game of fives and score a fifty.Nayler commented that Chips was old but played well and Chips minded his comment.Chips said that lawyers had a long life as Halsbury died at the age of 99.He wanted to give up house mastership but Meldrum did not allow him.

Q.32 How did Chips look when he stood for the call over?

Ans: Chips had developed strange but harmless habits.His gown was tittered and he became careless about appearance.He held a board with school list and stood by the step him of Big hall.The students saluted him and spoke their names.Chips nodded in response.



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