Water MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science Chapter 5 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science with Answers Geography: The Earth: Our Habitat

Q1. The largest tsunami ever measured was:

(i) 120m high
(ii) 150m high
(iii) 250m high
(iv) None of Above

(ii) 150m high

Q2. Dead sea in

(i) Jordan
(ii) Lebanon
(iii) Egypt
(iv) Israel

(iv) Israel

Q3. Following are the movements that occur in oceans except

(i) Tides
(ii) Waves
(iii) Currents
(iv) Wind

(iv) Wind

Q4. Which water is salty?

(i) River water
(ii) Pond water
(iii) Rain water
(iv) Sea water

(iv) Sea water

Q5. The major sources of freshwater are as follows except

(i) Ocean
(ii) Rivers
(iii) Ponds
(iv) glaciers

(i) Ocean

Q6. Ground water constitutes the portion of the world’s distribution:

(i) 1%
(ii) 1.5%
(iii) 0.68%
(iv) None of Above

(iii) 0.68%

Q7. Oceans contain large amount of dissolved:

(i) Magnesium
(ii) Iron
(iii) Salts
(iv) None of Above

(iii) Salts

Q8. How much percentage of saline water is available on earth surface

(i) 97.5
(ii) 98.2
(iii) 95.2
(iv) 93.5

(i) 97.5

Q9. Tsunami is a

(i) French word
(ii) Indian word
(iii) Chinese word
(iv) Japanese word

(iv) Japanese word

Q10. Sea water contains

(i) 97.3% of salt
(ii) 2% of salt
(iii) 0.68% of salt
(iv) 0.973% of salt

(i) 97.3% of salt

Q11. On Which Of The Following Day Is “World Water Day” Observed?

(i) 22 March
(ii) 14 November
(iii) 2 October
(iv) 21 December

(i) 22 March

Q12. Where is the Warm Ocean currents originate near?

(i) Tropic of Cancer
(ii) Equator
(iii) Poles
(iv) None of these

(iii) Poles

Q13. The rhythmic rise and fall of ocean water twice in a day is called a

(i) Wave
(ii) Wind
(iii) Tide
(iv) Current

(iii) Tide

Q14. The major sources of freshwater are as follows except

(i) Ocean
(ii) Rivers
(iii) Ponds
(iv) glaciers

(i) Ocean

Q15. The movements that occur in oceans can be broadly called

(i) wave
(ii) circulation
(iii) water cycle
(iv) all of these

(ii) circulation

Q16. The Water Bearing Layer Of The Earth Is Called:

(i) Conifer
(ii) Hydrosphere
(iii) Aquifer
(iv) Water table

(iii) Aquifer

Q17. Where is the cold current originate?

(i) Equator
(ii) Poles
(iii) Tropic of Cancer
(iv) Tropic of Capricorn

(ii) Poles

Q18. What fraction of earth is covered by water

(i) Three-fourth
(ii) One-fourth
(iii) One-half
(iv) One-third

(i) Three-fourth

Q19. How much percentage of saline water is available on earth surface

(i) 97.5
(ii) 98.2
(iii) 95.2
(iv) 93.5

(i) 97.5

Q20. When did Tsunami strike the Indian ocean?

(i) 26 December, 2004
(6) 26 December, 2005
(iii) 26 December, 2006
(iv) 26 December, 2007

(i) 26 December, 2004

Q21. What Role You Can Play To Minimize Wastage Of Water:

(i) Get the leaking taps repaired immediately because these taps waste a lot of water.
(ii) Take bath by filling water in a bucket and not directly under the flowing tap.
(iii) Use the water from washing rice, vegetables or fruits for watering the plants at home.
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q22. What do you mean by tides?

(i) Rhythmic rise of temperature
(ii) Rhythmic rise and fall of ocean water
(iii) Rhythmic rise of rainfall
(iv) None of these

(ii) Rhythmic rise and fall of ocean water

Q23. Which ocean is the largest?

(i) Arctic
(ii) Atlantic
(iii) Indian
(iv) Pacific

(iv) Pacific

Q24. March 22 is celebrated as World

(i) Earth Day
(ii) Environment Day
(iii) Water Day
(iv) Soil Day

(iii) Water Day

Q25. The Labrador and Gulf stream are the examples of:

(i) Tides
(ii) Ocean currents
(iii) Tsunami
(iv) Waves

(ii) Ocean currents

Q26. The Labrador Ocean current is _ current while the Gulf Stream is a _ current

(i) cold, warm
(ii) cold, cold
(iii) warm, warm
(iv) warm, cold

(i) cold, warm

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