Mr chips chapter 14 questions answers notes

This is the lesson of chapter 14 of the Novel Goodbye Mr Chips by James Hilton. You can see below the important short questions and answers notes of the lesson. Goodbye Mr chips is complete novel included in 2nd year and HSSC syllabus in Pakistan

The students have to learn the complete novel with all 18 chapters for exams. There are some short questions in the English paper of class 11. The students answers 9 questions of 16 marks. You can see details of mr chips syllabus for 2nd year English in this paper pattern of English class 12.

Goodbye Mr. Chips - Chapter 14 question anwers

These are solved questions from chapter 14 of the novel. I have been writing Mr Chips notes for all chapters and they are almost complete. Once the notes are complete for all chapters, I will publish them as pdf on this website.

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Mr Chips Chapter 14 questions answers

Here are the most important questions of chapter 14. You can download 2nd year English complete notes for Book 2, synonums, MCQs, Grammar, Essays, Idioms etc on one page. Zahid notes have published everything in pdf free to download.

Q.1. What sort of jokes did Chips make during the war?
He made new jokes about the O.T.C. and the food rationing system and the anti-air-raid blinds that had to be fitted on all the windows during the war.

Q.2. What is meant by Chips' latest?
Chips' latest means a fresh joke by Mr. Chips.

Q.3. When did Chips become Acting Head of Brookfield for the second time?
Chatteris fell ill during the winter of 1917 and Chips became Acting Head of Brookfield for the second time in his life.

Q.4. Why did Chips not want to be the official Head of Brookfield?
He did not want to be the official head as he felt himself unequal to it. He said that he was an old man. He said that he was like all the colonels and majors — just a war-time fluke.

Q.5. What were Chips' views about bayonet-practice?
Chips did not support war. He did not mince any words when asked to comment on bayonet-practice. He said that it was a very vulgar way of killing people.

Q.6. Describe Chips' routine on his joining Brookfield School as a teacher again.
He still kept his rooms with Mrs. Wickett, and he went to school daily after 10. He felt fit, taught lessons smoothly and shared jocks.

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Anonymous said...

tnx for these but u should publish more questions as well which are of lesser importance

Anonymous said...

yes u are absolutely right.

Anonymous said...

Please make some more shorts this chapters its very minor!!