1.When was Chips born?
Ans. Mr. Chips, whose real name was Chipping, was born in 1948. 2.Who was Mr. Wetherby?
Ans. Wetherby was the headmaster of Brookfield public school. He asked Chips to give his zeal to Brookfield. He asked him not to allow anyone to play tricks with him. He asked him to keep discipline. 3.What type of men did Brookfield produce?
Ans. Brookfield produced judges, members of parliament, colonial administrators, peers and bishops. It produced merchants, manufacturers, squires and parsons. 4.When did Chips retire?
Ans. In 1913, at the age of 65, he retired.
5.What was influence of this marriage on Mr. Chips?
Ans. There was great influence of the marriage on Mr. Chips. Before marriage he was a dry person. After marriage, he became affectionate and kind. She broadened his views and opinions. His eyes gained sparkle. His humor became mature. His discipline improved. 6.Who was Sir John Rivers?
Ans. Sir John Rivers was the Chairman of the Governors of the school. 7.What was the contribution of Brookfield to England?
Ans. Brookfield served England in both peace and war. During peace it produced many great personalities and during war its teachers as well as students fought for the glory of England. 8. Write a note on Mr. Chips as a teacher.
Ans. Chips was not a very brilliant teacher. His method of teaching was old. He loved his profession. He was very popular with the students. He amused his students with jokes. He was devoted teacher. 9. Write an account of “Mr. Chips” married life.
Ans. Chips’ marriage was a success. Before marriage he was a dry person. After marriage, he became affectionate and kind. She broadened his views and opinions. His eyes gained sparkle. His humor became mature. 10.What kind of speech did chips make in the farewell party? Ans. Chips made a very interesting speech on this occasion. It was...