Mr Chips Chapter 17 & 18 Questions Answers
Mr Chips Chapter 17 & 18 Questions
Q.1: Where did Mrs. Wickett go a day before Mr. Chips’ death?
Ans.: A day before Mr. Chips’ death, she went to see her relatives.
Q.2: Who was Linford?
Ans.: Linford was a boy of nine. He was the last person who came to see Chips’ before his death. He made Chips remember his wife, Katherine by saying, “Good Bye, Mr. Chips”.
Q.3: Why did Chips became sad after Linford’s visit?
Ans.: Chips became sad because Linford’s word, “Good bye, Mr. Chips” reminded him the day of his marriage and his wife, Katherine.
Q.4: Why Linford has come to see Mr. Chips?
Ans.: Someone told Linford that Chips wanted to see him. Therefore, he came to see Chips. It was just a joke because Chips did not call him.
Q.5: Whom did Chips see around him when he awoke after being unconscious?
Ans.: He saw Old Buffle, Mr. Cartwright, Dr. Merivale and Mrs. Wickett around him when he awoke after being unconscious.
Q.6: What did Cartwright say about Chips’ Children?
Ans.: Cartwright said that it was a pity Chips never had any children.
Q.7: What was Chips’ response on Cartwright’s statement about his being issueless (childless)?
Ans.: Chips responded immediately, opened his eyes and in a feeble voice said that he had thousands of Children and they all were boys.
Q.8: How did Chips die?
Ans.: After the visit of Old Buffle, Cartwright, Dr. Merivale and Mrs.Wickett , Chips slept and died peacefully.
Q.9: What were the two things Chips had never done?
Ans.: He had never traveled by air and had never gone to a cinema.
Q.10: What kind of novel is this?
Ans.: This is a biographical novel. The biography of a school teacher, Mr. Chipping is described in it.
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