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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what year did Chips retire?
2. Which of the following was the topic of the class that Chips taught in Chapter 14?
(a) Greek philosophy.
(b) The Roman arrival in England.
(c) Greek architecture.
3. What is the first line in Chapter 13?
(a) "The War Years".
(b) "Will you be wanting anything else, sir?"
(c) "Good-bye, Mr. Chips".
(d) "Retirement was a bore".
4. By what date did Chips hope that World War I would be over?
(b) Armistice Day.
(d) St. Patrick's Day.
5. In Chapter 14, who volunteered to read a passage during class?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Chips note that one of the new teachers at Brookfield allows his class to do?
2. In Chapter 9, which game was Chips congratulated for playing in a decent way?
3. What did Chips become in the eyes of the students following Katherine's death?
4. What began to spring up quite near to Brookfield in 1915?
5. How many Brookfield students died in the Battle of the Somme?
Short Essay Questions
1. What troubled a student named Grayson in Chapter 10?
2. What did Chatteris ask Chips to do since many younger teachers were away fighting in the War?
3. Who was Sir John Rivers, and what message did he take to Chips in Chapter 11?
4. In Chapter 16, what does Chips feel while reflecting on the years of World War I?
5. What relationship proved to be somewhat controversial for Chips in Chapter 10?
6. What did Chips do when he led a class during a bombing?
7. Where did Ralston go after resigning from Brookfield? Who replaced him?
8. What did Chips do in his retirement? What was a topic of conversation at many dinners that Chips attended?
9. What troubles did Chatteris tell Chips about in Chapter 13?
10. In Chapter 10, what event does Chips recall witnessing? What did it make him consider about England's future?
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