Question :

 10. What is the capital of Canada?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ottawa
Option 2 : Toronto
Option 3 : Montreal
Option 4 : St John's


Question :

 9. One of the Great Lakes is wholly in the USA. Which one?

Answer :

Option 1 : Lake Superior.jpg
Option 2 : Lake Erie.jpg
Option 3 : Lake Huron.jpg
Option 4 : Lake Michigan.jpg


Question :

 8. In which group of islands is Montserrat?

Answer :

Option 1 : Windward Islands
Option 2 : Trinidad and Tobago
Option 3 : Leeward Islands
Option 4 : The Bahamas


Question :

 7. What is the largest province in Canada?

Answer :

Option 1 : The Northwest Territories
Option 2 : British Columbia
Option 3 : Newfoundland
Option 4 : Quebec


Question :

 6. Where exactly is the Grand Canyon?

Answer :

Option 1 : Texas, USA
Option 2 : Arizona, USA
Option 3 : Montana, USA
Option 4 : Yukon, Canada


Question :

 5. What is the Caribbean island of St Christopher better known as?

Answer :

Option 1 : St Kitts
Option 2 : St Croix
Option 3 : Curacao
Option 4 : Caicos


Question :

 4. Which great city is on the shores of Lake Michigan?

Answer :

Option 1 : Milwaukee
Option 2 : Gary
Option 3 : Chicago
Option 4 : Evanston


Question :

 3. To which political island grouping does Curacao belong?

Answer :

Option 1 : The French West Indies
Option 2 : The Bahamas
Option 3 : The Cayman Islands
Option 4 : The Netherlands Antilles


Question :

2. These Caribbean countries have almost identical names. Which is the odd pair out?

Answer :

Option 1 : The Grenadines and Grenada
Option 2 : Dominica and the Dominican Republic
Option 3 : Barbuda and Barbados
Option 4 : St Martin and Martinique


Question :

 1. In which country is the city of Niagra Falls?

Answer :

Option 1 : USA
Option 2 : Bahamas
Option 3 : Canada
Option 4 : Bermuda


Question :

 10. Which is the best-known bird sanctuary in Haryana?

Answer :

Option 1 : Sultanpur.jpg
Option 2 : Bharatpur.jpg
Option 3 : Rajaji.jpg
Option 4 : Sariska.jpg


Question :

 9. Three of the seven sacred cities of the Hindus - Ayodhya, Mathura, and Varanasi - are in one state. Which state?

Answer :

Option 1 : Rajasthan
Option 2 : Uttar Pradesh
Option 3 : Haryana
Option 4 : Jammu and Kashmir


Question :

 8. Of which state is Mewar a part?

Answer :

Option 1 : Jammu and Kashmir
Option 2 : Uttar Pradesh
Option 3 : Haryana
Option 4 : Rajasthan


Question :

 7. Which is the "Sports Goods Capital" of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Jalandhar
Option 2 : Ludhiana
Option 3 : Amritsar
Option 4 : Patiala


Question :

 6. In which city is the famous Dal Lake?

Answer :

Option 1 : Jammu
Option 2 : Gulmarg
Option 3 : Srinagar
Option 4 : Pahalgam


Question :

 5. What is the name of the "ghost town," once a great capital, that is near Agra? 

Answer :

Option 1 : Sikandra.jpg
Option 2 : Firozabad.jpg
Option 3 : Brindavan.jpg
Option 4 : Fatehpur Sikri.jpg


Question :

 4. What is the major mountain range in northern Ladakh?

Answer :

Option 1 : Karakoram Range.jpg
Option 2 : Zaskar Range.jpg
Option 3 : Pir Panjal Range.jpg
Option 4 : Great Himalyas~0.jpg


Question :

 3. What is Pantnagar famous for?

Answer :

Option 1 : It is the home of the Pant family
Option 2 : It is an agricultural university and research centre
Option 3 : It is a pilgrim centre
Option 4 : It is an industrial city


Question :

 2. What is the exact political status of Chandigarh?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : It is the capital of Haryana where the administrative headquarters of Haryana are situated.
Option 2 : It is the capital of Punjab where the administrative headquarters of Punjab are situated.
Option 3 : It is a Union Territory where the administrative headquarters of Chandigarh are situated.
Option 4 : It is a Union Territory where the administrative headquarters of Chandigarh, Punjab, and Haryana are situated.


Question :

 1. Which is the famous Buddhist pilgrim centre near Varanasi?

Answer :

Option 1 : Sarnath~0.jpg
Option 2 : Sanchi.jpg
Option 3 : Rajgir.jpg
Option 4 : Bodh Gaya.jpg


Question :

 10. How many countries are there is the narrow neck between Mexico and the first country that's wholly in South America?

Answer :

Option 1 : 7
Option 2 : 5
Option 3 : 3
Option 4 : 8


Question :

 9. Which is the smallest state in USA?

Answer :

Option 1 : Vermont.jpg
Option 2 : Maine.jpg
Option 3 : Columbia.jpg
Option 4 : Rhode Island.jpg


Question :

 8. Which great water body substantially reduces northern Canada's landmass?

Answer :

Option 1 : Labrador Sea.jpg
Option 2 : Baffin Bay.jpg
Option 3 : Hudson Bay.jpg
Option 4 : Beaufort Sea.jpg


Question :

 7. Which inland Texas city is an important port?

Answer :

Option 1 : Galveston.jpg
Option 2 : Houston.jpg
Option 3 : Corpus Christi.jpg
Option 4 : Port Arthur.jpg


Question :

 6. What are the major islands of the Greater Antilles?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cuba, Hispaniola, and Jamaica
Option 2 : Cuba and the Bahamas
Option 3 : Jamaica, Haiti, and Puerto Rico
Option 4 : Cuba, Haiti, and Jamaica


Question :

 5. Into what does the Mississippi empty?

Answer :

Option 1 : The Caribbean Sea
Option 2 : The Gulf of Mexico
Option 3 : The Atlantic Ocean
Option 4 : Galveston Bay


Question :

 4. What and where is Charlotte Amalie?

Answer :

Option 1 : The capital of the French territory of Guadeloupe
Option 2 : A mountain on the French island of Martinique
Option 3 : The capital of the US Virgin Islands located on St Thomas Island
Option 4 : A beach resort in Haiti


Question :

 3. Newfoundland and this part of mainland Canada are a single province. What is the name of this territory?

Answer :

Option 1 : Labrador.jpg
Option 2 : Baffin~1.jpg
Option 3 : Nova Scotia.jpg
Option 4 : Prince Edward Island.jpg


Question :

 2. Which Caribbean group of islands are shared by the USA and the UK?

Answer :

Option 1 : Leeward Islands.jpg
Option 2 : Puerto Rico.jpg
Option 3 : Windward Islands.jpg
Option 4 : The Virgin Islands.jpg


Question :

 1. Which is the largest French-speaking city in North America?

Answer :

Option 1 : Quebec
Option 2 : Montreal
Option 3 : Trois Riviere
Option 4 : Sept Iles


Question :

 10. Where is the highest cricket ground in the world?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Nainital in Uttarakhand
Option 2 : Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir
Option 3 : Chail in Himachal Pradesh
Option 4 : Dehradun in Uttarakhand


Question :

 9. Where does the Survey of India have its headquarters?

Answer :

Option 1 : Delhi
Option 2 : Dehradun
Option 3 : Roorkee
Option 4 : Barreilly


Question :

 8. For what cultivation is Kotgarh famous?

 


Answer :

Option 1 : Apples
Option 2 : Pears
Option 3 : Grapes
Option 4 : Peaches


Question :

 7. On which river is Delhi?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ganga
Option 2 : Chambal
Option 3 : Yamuna
Option 4 : Alaknanda


Question :

 6. Keylang is the entrance to __________?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : The Doon Valley
Option 2 : The Lahul and Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh
Option 3 : The Kashmir Valley
Option 4 : The Kulu Valley


Question :

 5. Between which mountain ranges does Leh lie?

Answer :

Option 1 : Deosai and Karakoram
Option 2 : Siwaliks and Pir Panjal
Option 3 : Zaskar and Ladakh
Option 4 : Pir Panjal and Zaskar


Question :

 4. What is another name for the Great Indian Desert?

Answer :

Option 1 : Thar Desert
Option 2 : Rajasthan Desert
Option 3 : Bikaner Desert
Option 4 : Western Desert


Question :

 3. Which is the longest river in Rajasthan?

Answer :

Option 1 : Chambal river~0.jpg
Option 2 : Mahi river~1.jpg
Option 3 : Banas river~0.jpg
Option 4 : Luni river~0.jpg


Question :

 2. In which state is Nanda Devi the highest peak?

 


Answer :

Option 1 : Jammu and Kashmir
Option 2 : Himachal Pradesh
Option 3 : Uttar Pradesh
Option 4 : Uttarakhand


Question :

 1. In which state is the formerly princely state of Pataudi?

Answer :

Option 1 : Haryana
Option 2 : Punjab
Option 3 : Himachal Pradesh
Option 4 : Uttar Pradesh


Question :

 10. Which US state reflects its strong French beginnings in the names of many of its important cities?

Answer :

Option 1 : Florida
Option 2 : Texas
Option 3 : Louisiana
Option 4 : Iowa


Question :

 9. The Gulf of Mexico is entered through two straits. What are they?

Answer :

Option 1 : Yucatan Channel and Florida Strait
Option 2 : Windward Passage and Mona Passage
Option 3 : North-west and North-east Providence Channels
Option 4 : Florida Strait and Cabot Strait


Question :

 8. Which is the highest mountain in North America?

Answer :

Option 1 : Mount Rainier.jpg
Option 2 : Mount Logan.jpg
Option 3 : Mount Orizaba.jpg
Option 4 : Mt Whitney USA~0.jpg


Question :

 7. Where exactly is the Mojave Desert?

Answer :

Option 1 : Yucatan, Mexico
Option 2 : New Mexico, USA
Option 3 : Northwestern Mexico
Option 4 : California, USA


Question :

 6. Which Canadian province is separated from the USA mainly by the Great Lakes?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ontario
Option 2 : Alberta
Option 3 : Manitoba
Option 4 : Quebec


Question :

 5. Which landmark is considered the line of separation between the North and South American continents?

Answer :

Option 1 : Yucatan~0.jpg
Option 2 : Panama Canal~0.jpg
Option 3 : Gulf of Panama~0.jpg
Option 4 : Isthumus of Tehuantepec~0.jpg


Question :

 4. On which river is the city of New York?

Answer :

Option 1 : Hudson
Option 2 : Potomac
Option 3 : Shenandoah
Option 4 : Allegheny


Question :

 3. To which does the Gulf of California belong?

Answer :

Option 1 : The USA
Option 2 : The USA and Mexico
Option 3 : Mexico and Guatemala
Option 4 : Mexico


Question :

 2. Which is the biggest Canadian island?

Answer :

Option 1 : Newfoundland.jpg
Option 2 : Victoria.jpg
Option 3 : Baffin.jpg
Option 4 : Devon.jpg


Question :

 1. Which is the highest mountain range in the eastern United States?

Answer :

Option 1 : Alleghenies~0.jpg
Option 2 : Appalachians.jpg
Option 3 : Catskills.jpg
Option 4 : Cumberlands.jpg


Question :

 10. Which is the last major railway junction in Punjab before Jammu and Kashmir? 

Answer :

Option 1 : Amritsar
Option 2 : Pathankot
Option 3 : Jalandhar
Option 4 : Gurdaspur


Question :

 9. Near which holiday resort is the Wular Lake?

Answer :

Option 1 : Gulmarg
Option 2 : Pahalgam
Option 3 : Sonmarg
Option 4 : Leh


Question :

 8. Where is the Bhakra Dam?

Answer :

Option 1 : Himachal Pradesh
Option 2 : Jammu and Kashmir
Option 3 : Haryana
Option 4 : Punjab


Question :

 7. What is the northernmost part of Jammu and Kashmir called?

Answer :

Option 1 : Shinaki
Option 2 : Ladakh
Option 3 : Gilgit and Hunza
Option 4 : Baltistan


Question :

 6. Which of these states has a border with Pakistan?

Answer :

Option 1 : Uttar Pradesh
Option 2 : Punjab
Option 3 : Haryana
Option 4 : Himachal Pradesh


Question :

 5. Which of these piligrim centres is the furthest north?

Answer :

Option 1 : Gangotri.jpg
Option 2 : Kedarnath.jpg
Option 3 : Joshimath.jpg
Option 4 : Badrinath.jpg


Question :

 4. Which of these rivers does not flow through the Punjab?

Answer :

Option 1 : Beas
Option 2 : Chenab
Option 3 : Satluj
Option 4 : Ravi


Question :

 3. Of which city could Faridabad, Gurgaon, and Ghaziabad be considered satellite towns?

Answer :

Option 1 : Aligarh.jpg
Option 2 : Agra.jpg
Option 3 : Chandigarh.jpg
Option 4 : Delhi.jpg


Question :

 2. In which state is the Kangra Valley?

Answer :

Option 1 : Haryana
Option 2 : Himachal Pradesh
Option 3 : Punjab
Option 4 : Jammu and Kashmir


Question :

 1. The Indira Gandhi Canal is the longest canal in India. Through which districts does it flow?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ganganagar, Bikaner, and Jaisalmer
Option 2 : Barmer, Jodhpur, and Nagaur
Option 3 : Jhunjhunun, Jaipur, and Ajmer
Option 4 : Tonk, Bundi, and Kota


Question :

 10. Which Canadian town was the boom town of the Gold Rush?

Answer :

Option 1 : Klondike
Option 2 : Dawson Creek
Option 3 : Whitehorse
Option 4 : Inayo


Question :

 9. Which countries in the Caribbean share the island of Hispaniola?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cuba and Haiti
Option 2 : Cuba and Jamaica
Option 3 : The Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico
Option 4 : Haiti and The Dominican Republic


Question :

 8. Which is the largest lake entirely in Canada?

Answer :

Option 1 : Lake Winnipeg.jpg
Option 2 : Great Slave Lake~0.jpg
Option 3 : Great Bear Lake.jpg
Option 4 : Reindeer Lake.jpg


Question :

 7. Which is the highest volcano in North America?

Answer :

Option 1 : Citlatepetl Mexico.jpg
Option 2 : Popocatepetl Mexico.jpg
Option 3 : Mt Shasta USA.jpg
Option 4 : Mt Whitney USA.jpg


Question :

 6. Which is the biggest French territory in the Carribbean?

Answer :

Option 1 : Martinique.jpg
Option 2 : Marie Galante.jpg
Option 3 : St Martin.jpg
Option 4 : Guadeloupe.jpg


Question :

 5. The Mississippi is joined by another big river and both are often called by a joint name. What is this name?

Answer :

Option 1 : Mississippi-Missouri
Option 2 : Mississippi-Illinois
Option 3 : Mississippi-Arkansas
Option 4 : Mississippi-Tennessee


Question :

 4. What is the last remaining fragment of French-owned land in North America?

Answer :

Option 1 : Magdalen Islands~0.jpg
Option 2 : Sept Iles~1.jpg
Option 3 : St Pierre & Miquelon~1.jpg
Option 4 : Cape Breton Island~0.jpg


Question :

 3. What separates the USA and Russia?

Answer :

Option 1 : Bering sea.jpg
Option 2 : Bering Strait.jpg
Option 3 : Norton Sound.jpg
Option 4 : Gulf of Alaska.jpg


Question :

 2. What is the Yucatan?

Answer :

Option 1 : A peninsular state in Mexico
Option 2 : A mountainous region in Mexico
Option 3 : A Guatemalan enclave in Mexico
Option 4 : A part of the USA bordering Mexico


Question :

 1. Which is Canada's westermost province?

Answer :

Option 1 : British Columbia~0.jpg
Option 2 : Alberta.jpg
Option 3 : Northwest Territory~0.jpg
Option 4 : Yukon~0.jpg


Question :

 10. What is Jammu & Kashmir's best-known wildlife sanctuary?

Answer :

Option 1 : Gulmarg
Option 2 : Ladakh
Option 3 : Nanga Parbat
Option 4 : Dachigam


Question :

 9. Does the Son river flow through Uttar Pradesh? If so, through which part of the state?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Yes, along the Nepal border
Option 2 : No, it flows only through Bihar
Option 3 : Yes, the south-east corner
Option 4 : No, it flows only through Madhya Pradesh


Question :

 8. Aksai Chin is a disputed border area between India and China. Where exactly is it?

Answer :

Option 1 : Near Leh
Option 2 : The north-east corner of Jammu & Kashmir
Option 3 : Along the Zaskar mountains
Option 4 : South of the Siachen Glacier


Question :

 7. At what major junction in U.P. do trains from Agra, Bhopal, and Kanpur meet?

Answer :

Option 1 : Jhansi
Option 2 : Lucknow
Option 3 : Allahabad
Option 4 : Etawah


Question :

 6. Which river forms part of the boundary between Rajasthan and Madhyapradesh?

Answer :

Option 1 : Banas river.jpg
Option 2 : Mahi river~0.jpg
Option 3 : Chambal river.jpg
Option 4 : Luni river.jpg


Question :

 5. What is the chief town of the Kumaon?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ranikhet.jpg
Option 2 : Almora.jpg
Option 3 : Landsdowne.jpg
Option 4 : Nainital.jpg


Question :

 4. Where are large deposits of salt to be found in Rajasthan?

Answer :

Option 1 : Great Indian Desert.jpg
Option 2 : The Arvallis~0.jpg
Option 3 : Banks of Luni river.jpg
Option 4 : Sambhar lake.jpg


Question :

 3. On what river is Lucknow?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ganga river~0.jpg
Option 2 : Ghaghra river.jpg
Option 3 : Gomti river.JPG
Option 4 : Sharda river.jpg


Question :

 2. What is the last Indian railway station before crossing into Pakistan on the Amritsar-Lahore line?

Answer :

Option 1 : Attari~0.jpg
Option 2 : Ferozepur~0.jpg
Option 3 : Fazilka.jpg
Option 4 : Pathankot.jpg


Question :

 1. What mountain range overlooks Jaipur?

Answer :

Option 1 : The Vindhyas.jpg
Option 2 : The Arvallis.jpg
Option 3 : The Satpuras.jpg
Option 4 : Mahadeo Hills.jpg


Question :

 10. What is Cape Kennedy now known as?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cape St George
Option 2 : Cape Sable
Option 3 : Cape Canaveral
Option 4 : Cape Romano


Question :

 9. Where exactly is the Isthumus of Tehuantepec?

Answer :

Option 1 : Southern Panama
Option 2 : Southern Mexico
Option 3 : Southern Guatemala
Option 4 : Southern Cost Rica


Question :

 8. Which is the capital of Florida?

Answer :

Option 1 : Tallahassee
Option 2 : Miami
Option 3 : Tampa
Option 4 : Jacksonville


Question :

 7. In which state is Washington, the American capital?

Answer :

Option 1 : Washington State
Option 2 : New York State
Option 3 : Federal District of Columbia
Option 4 : Maryland State


Question :

 6. Where is the westernmost American territory in North America?

Answer :

Option 1 : Attu Island~0.jpg
Option 2 : Kodiak Island~0.jpg
Option 3 : St Lawrence Island~0.jpg
Option 4 : Trinity Island~1.jpg


Question :

 5. Which cities mark the two ends of the Panama Canal?

Answer :

Option 1 : Santiago and Panama City
Option 2 : Colon and Santiago
Option 3 : Chitre and La Chorrera
Option 4 : Colon and Panama City


Question :

 4. Where is Death Valley in the USA?

Answer :

Option 1 : Nevada
Option 2 : California
Option 3 : Arizona
Option 4 : Utah


Question :

 3. To which country does Greenland belong?

Answer :

Option 1 : Iceland
Option 2 : Canada
Option 3 : USA
Option 4 : Denmark


Question :

 2. Where are the Everglades in the USA?

Answer :

Option 1 : Florida~0.jpg
Option 2 : Georgia~0.jpg
Option 3 : Louisiana.jpg
Option 4 : Mississippi.jpg


Question :

 1. In which state in the USA would you find Rome and Athens?

Answer :

Option 1 : Alabama.jpg
Option 2 : South Carolina.jpg
Option 3 : Georgia.jpg
Option 4 : Tennessee.jpg


Question :

 10. How many facial muscles are involved in speaking?

Answer :

Option 1 : 40
Option 2 : 70
Option 3 : 106
Option 4 : 183


Question :

 9. For what is the Jurassic Period named?

Answer :

Option 1 : A wild life park in the USA
Option 2 : The name of the first dinosaur discovered
Option 3 : A movie by Steven Spielberg
Option 4 : A mountain range in Switzerland


Question :

 8. What is the name of the instrument that measures wind speed?

Answer :

Option 1 : Barometer
Option 2 : Thermometer
Option 3 : Seismograph
Option 4 : Anemometer


Question :

 7. Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by:

Answer :

Option 1 : Bacteria
Option 2 : Virus
Option 3 : Mosquito
Option 4 : Fungi


Question :

 6. Which process is ued to kill disease-producing microorganism in food items?

Answer :

Option 1 : Boiling
Option 2 : Cooling at sub-zero temperatures
Option 3 : Pasteurization
Option 4 : Preservation


Question :

 5. Which type of glass is highly resistant to heat?

Answer :

Option 1 : Borosilicate glass
Option 2 : Soda-lime glass
Option 3 : Optical glass
Option 4 : Pyrex glass


Question :

 4. Accumulation of which chemical leads to kidney stones?

Answer :

Option 1 : Calcium sulphate
Option 2 : Calcium oxalate
Option 3 : Calcium carbonate
Option 4 : Calcium hydroxide


Question :

 3. Which element is excreted through human sweat?

Answer :

Option 1 : Calcium
Option 2 : Magnesium
Option 3 : Sulphur
Option 4 : Zinc


Question :

 2. Which Vitamin is also known as retinol?

Answer :

Option 1 : Vitamin A
Option 2 : Vitamin B
Option 3 : Vitamin C
Option 4 : Vitamin D


Question :

 1. What is the biological polymer in paper?

Answer :

Option 1 : Talc
Option 2 : Clay
Option 3 : Cellulose
Option 4 : Chalk


Question :

 10. Which is the simplest sugar?

Answer :

Option 1 : Glucose
Option 2 : Sucrose
Option 3 : Fructose
Option 4 : Galactose


Question :

 9. Which is the purest form of carbon?

Answer :

Option 1 : Coal.jpg
Option 2 : Diamond~0.jpg
Option 3 : Fullerene.jpg
Option 4 : Graphite.jpg


Question :

 8. What is the chemical name of Chinese salt?

Answer :

Option 1 : Glycine salt
Option 2 : Benzaldehyde
Option 3 : Monosodium glutamate
Option 4 : Inosinic acid salt


Question :

 7. Chile Saltpetre or Chile Saltpeter is used for making fertilizers and explosives. Which chemical is called Chile Saltpeter?

Answer :

Option 1 : Potassium Nitrate
Option 2 : Sodium Nitrate
Option 3 : Ammonium Nitrate
Option 4 : Phosphorus


Question :

 6. Name the chemical used to make toothpastes white?

Answer :

Option 1 : Fluoride
Option 2 : Titanium dioxide
Option 3 : Sodium bicarbonate
Option 4 : Xylitol


Question :

 5. What is the solvent of gold?

Answer :

Option 1 : Water
Option 2 : Alcohol
Option 3 : Sulphuric Acid
Option 4 : Agua Regia


Question :

 4. Which gas is found in soda water?

Answer :

Option 1 : Carbon dioxide
Option 2 : Ammonia
Option 3 : Nitrous oxide
Option 4 : Hydrogen chloride


Question :

 3. What is the element present on lead pencils?

Answer :

Option 1 : Lead
Option 2 : Mercury
Option 3 : Carbon (graphite)
Option 4 : Calcium


Question :

 2. What is table sugar?

Answer :

Option 1 : Glucose
Option 2 : Sucrose
Option 3 : Fructose
Option 4 : Galactose


Question :

 1. What is sodium chloride (NaCl)?

Answer :

Option 1 : Baking soda.jpg
Option 2 : Chalk.jpg
Option 3 : Salt.jpg
Option 4 : Washing soda.jpg


Question :

 10. My son's name is Arjun. (I named __________)

Answer :

Option 1 : I named my son's name is Arjun.
Option 2 : I named my son Arjun.
Option 3 : I named my son's name as Arjun.
Option 4 : I named Arjun as my son.


Question :

 9. Danish is brilliant. (Everyone judged ____________)

Answer :

Option 1 : Everyone judged Danish as brilliant.
Option 2 : Everyone judged Danish to be brilliant.
Option 3 : Everyone judged brilliant Danish.
Option 4 : Everyone judged Danish is brilliant.


Question :

 8. The teacher is angry. (You made _______)

Answer :

Option 1 : You made angry the teacher.
Option 2 : You made the teacher angry.
Option 3 : You made the teacher to be angry.
Option 4 : You made the teacher as angry.


Question :

 7. They are dishonest. (I found ________)

Answer :

Option 1 : I found they are dishonest.
Option 2 : I found they as dishonest.
Option 3 : I found them to be dishonest.
Option 4 : I found them as dishonest.


Question :

 6. This is my car. (My father gave ______)

Answer :

Option 1 : My father gave this is my car.
Option 2 : My father gave this car by me.
Option 3 : My father gave by me this car.
Option 4 : My father gave me this car.


Question :

 5. Shiela is the president of our college. (The students elected ______)

Answer :

Option 1 : The students elected Shiela as the president of our college.
Option 2 : The students elected Shiela is the president of our college.
Option 3 : The students elected the president of our college Shiela.
Option 4 : The students elected Shiela the college president.


Question :

 4. Your name is Karen. (Your mother named ___________)

Answer :

Option 1 : Your mother named your name is Karen.
Option 2 : Your mother named you Karen.
Option 3 : Your mother named Karen is you.
Option 4 : Your mother named Karen you.


Question :

 3. He is the secretary of the party. (We elected _________)

Answer :

Option 1 : We elected that he is the secretary of the part.
Option 2 : We elected secretary of the party him.
Option 3 : We elected he to be the secretary of the party.
Option 4 : We elected him to be the secretary of the party.


Question :

 2. He is vain. (People call ____________)

Answer :

Option 1 : People call him vain.
Option 2 : People call he vain.
Option 3 : People call vain by him.
Option 4 : People call vain he.


Question :

 1. You are poor. (We consider ______)

Answer :

Option 1 : We consider poor.
Option 2 : We consider you poor.
Option 3 : We consider you are poor.
Option 4 : We consider poor you.


Question :

 10. My friend chose this dress for me.

Answer :

Option 1 : I was chosen for this dress by my friend.
Option 2 : My friend chose for me this dress.
Option 3 : This dress was chosen for me by my friend.
Option 4 : This dress by my friend was chosen by me.


Question :

 9. He did not give a book to her.

Answer :

Option 1 : A book was not given to her by him.
Option 2 : She was not given a book by him.
Option 3 : Her was not given a book by him.
Option 4 : To her was not given a book by him.


Question :

 8. He promised his friend all help.

Answer :

Option 1 : He promised all help to his friend.
Option 2 : He was promised all help by his friend.
Option 3 : His friend was promised all help by him.
Option 4 : All help was promised by him to his friend.


Question :

 7. Harry gave me a shirt.

Answer :

Option 1 : A shirt was given to me by Harry.
Option 2 : I was given a shirt by Harry.
Option 3 : Harry was given to me by a shirt.
Option 4 : A shirt by Harry was given me.


Question :

 6. We did not send a message to her.

Answer :

Option 1 : Her was not sent a message by we.
Option 2 : She was not sent a message by us.
Option 3 : She was not messaged by us.
Option 4 : A message was not sent to her.


Question :

 5. Your mother will teach you grammar.

Answer :

Option 1 : You will be taught grammar by your mother.
Option 2 : Grammar will be taught by your mother.
Option 3 : Grammar by mother will be taught.
Option 4 : You will be taught by your mother grammar.


Question :

 4. My father taught me Hindi.

Answer :

Option 1 : Me was taught Hindi by my father.
Option 2 : My father taught Hindi to me.
Option 3 : My father was taught Hindi by me.
Option 4 : Hindi was taught to me by my father.


Question :

 3. I have sent a gift to him.

Answer :

Option 1 : A gift was sent to me by him.
Option 2 : A gift was sent to him by me.
Option 3 : A gift was by me to him.
Option 4 : A gift was by me sent to him.


Question :

 2. I bought a new cycle for my son.

Answer :

Option 1 : A new cycle was bought for my son by me.
Option 2 : For my son was bought a new cycle by me.
Option 3 : Bought a new cycle for my son by I.
Option 4 : A new cycle was bought for my son by I.


Question :

 1. Mr. Gupta teaches us English.

Answer :

Option 1 : Mr. Gupta English us teaches.
Option 2 : English us teaches Mr. Gupta.
Option 3 : English is taught to us by Mr. Gupta.
Option 4 : English teaches us by Mr. Gupta.


Question :

 10. What is a barracuda?

Answer :

Option 1 : Insect
Option 2 : Bird
Option 3 : Animal
Option 4 : Fish


Question :

 9. In which continent is Mount Kilimanjaro located?

Answer :

Option 1 : Africa
Option 2 : Asia
Option 3 : Europe
Option 4 : Australia


Question :

 8. What is a group of lions called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Cackle
Option 2 : Journey
Option 3 : Herd
Option 4 : Pride


Question :

 7. Which side of a ship is starboard?

Answer :

Option 1 : Left
Option 2 : Right
Option 3 : Top
Option 4 : Bottom


Question :

 6. In a game of darts, what is the highest possible score using three darts?

Answer :

Option 1 : 30
Option 2 : 90
Option 3 : 180
Option 4 : 210


Question :

 5. What is the name of the flat rubber disc used in a game of ice hockey?

Answer :

Option 1 : Disc
Option 2 : Puck
Option 3 : Ball
Option 4 : Shuttle


Question :

 4. What is the capital of Australia?

Answer :

Option 1 : Canberra
Option 2 : Sydney
Option 3 : Auckland
Option 4 : Melbourne


Question :

 3. What school does Harry Potter attend?

Answer :

Option 1 : Rydell High School
Option 2 : Hogwarts
Option 3 : Starfleet Academy
Option 4 : Cambridge


Question :

 2. In which US city is the Golden Gate Bridge?

Answer :

Option 1 : New York
Option 2 : Las Vegas
Option 3 : New Orleans
Option 4 : San Francisco


Question :

 1. Which is the longest river in the world?

Answer :

Option 1 : Yellow River
Option 2 : Nile
Option 3 : Amazon
Option 4 : Mississippi


Question :

 10. What are the three primary colours?

Answer :

Option 1 : Primary colours 1.jpg
Option 2 : Primary colours2.jpg
Option 3 : Primary colours 3.jpg
Option 4 : Primary colours 4.jpg


Question :

 9. In which country are the Pyramids of Giza?

Answer :

Option 1 : India
Option 2 : Egypt
Option 3 : Abu Dhabi
Option 4 : Jordan


Question :

 8. What is the coloured part of the eye that surrounds the pupil?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cornea
Option 2 : Sclera
Option 3 : Iris
Option 4 : Lens


Question :

 7. Which stone is a garnet?

Answer :

Option 1 : Garnet.png
Option 2 : Sapphire.jpg
Option 3 : Ruby.jpg
Option 4 : Opal.jpg


Question :

 6. What is a baby goat called?

Answer :

Option 1 : Calf
Option 2 : Kid
Option 3 : Cub
Option 4 : Joey


Question :

 5. In "The Jungle Book" who is Baloo?

Answer :

Option 1 : Akela.jpg
Option 2 : Baloo.jpg
Option 3 : Bagheera~0.jpg
Option 4 : Mowgli.jpg


Question :

 4. How many hours are there in two days?

Answer :

Option 1 : 24
Option 2 : 48
Option 3 : 60
Option 4 : 90


Question :

 3. In which year did the Second World War end?

Answer :

Option 1 : 1914
Option 2 : 1918
Option 3 : 1939
Option 4 : 1945


Question :

 2. What is the name given to an animal that only eats plants?

Answer :

Option 1 : Herbivore
Option 2 : Plantivore
Option 3 : Carnivore
Option 4 : Omnivore


Question :

 1. How many pockets does a snooker table have?

Answer :

Option 1 : 4
Option 2 : 6
Option 3 : 8
Option 4 : 10


Question :

 10. Which element is liquid at ordinary temperature?

Answer :

Option 1 : Lead
Option 2 : Copper
Option 3 : Mercury
Option 4 : Aluminum


Question :

 9. What is the name given to plastics that cannot be recycled?

Answer :

Option 1 : Thermosetting plastics
Option 2 : Thermoplastics
Option 3 : Non-recyclable plastics
Option 4 : Red plastics


Question :

 8. Which chemical is used to make rain coats?

Answer :

Option 1 : Polystyrene
Option 2 : Bakelite
Option 3 : Poly Vinyl Chloride
Option 4 : Polyethylene terephthalate


Question :

 7. Which metal is used in the making of microchips?

Answer :

Option 1 : Tin
Option 2 : Silicon
Option 3 : Zinc
Option 4 : Platinum


Question :

 6. Which gases cause acid rain?

Answer :

Option 1 : Sulphur dioxide, Nitrogen oxides
Option 2 : Carbon dioxide, Carbon monoxide
Option 3 : Methane and Hydrogen
Option 4 : Nitrogen and Carbon monoxide


Question :

 5. Which toxic element is present in automobile exhausts?

Answer :

Option 1 : Mercury
Option 2 : Nickle
Option 3 : Lead
Option 4 : Potassium


Question :

 4. Which gas is evolved from paddy fields and marshes?

Answer :

Option 1 : Methane
Option 2 : Carbon dioxide
Option 3 : Carbon monoxide
Option 4 : Nitrogen


Question :

3. Who invented periodic table? 

Answer :

Option 1 : Boyle~0.jpg
Option 2 : Dmitri_Mendeleev_1890s~0.jpg
Option 3 : Einstein~0.jpg
Option 4 : Lavoisier~0.jpg


Question :

 2. Who is honoured as the Father of Modern Chemistry?

Answer :

Option 1 : Boyle.jpg
Option 2 : Dalton~0.jpg
Option 3 : Dmitri_Mendeleev_1890s.jpg
Option 4 : Lavoisier.jpg


Question :

 1. Who initially gave the idea of laser?

Answer :

Option 1 : Edison.jpg
Option 2 : Einstein.jpg
Option 3 : Newton.jpg
Option 4 : Stephen Hawking.jpg


Question :

 10. From which country do vehicles bearing the international index mark GBZ come from?

Answer :

Option 1 : Great Britain
Option 2 : New Zealand
Option 3 : Belgium
Option 4 : Gibraltar


Question :

 9. In geometry what instrument is used to measure angles?

Answer :

Option 1 : Compass.jpg
Option 2 : Protractor.jpg
Option 3 : Ruler.jpg
Option 4 : Triangle set.jpg


Question :

 8. The Boxer Rebellion took place in which country?

Answer :

Option 1 : China
Option 2 : France
Option 3 : Russia
Option 4 : Turkey


Question :

 7. How many letters are there in German alphabet?

Answer :

Option 1 : 26
Option 2 : 27
Option 3 : 30
Option 4 : 33


Question :

 6. How is the gas Nitrous Oxide better known?

Answer :

Option 1 : Marsh gas
Option 2 : Greenhouse gas
Option 3 : Tear gas
Option 4 : Laughing gas


Question :

 5. For which country is the beaver a national emblem?

Answer :

Option 1 : Australia
Option 2 : Canada
Option 3 : New Zealand
Option 4 : Sweden


Question :

 4. At what number degrees Fahrenheit does water freeze?

Answer :

Option 1 : 0
Option 2 : 32
Option 3 : 100
Option 4 : 212


Question :

 3. Addis Ababa is the capital of which country?

Answer :

Option 1 : Saudi Arabia
Option 2 : Surinam
Option 3 : Qatar
Option 4 : Ethiopia


Question :

 2. The Green Goblin is the archenemy of which superhero?

Answer :

Option 1 : Batman.png
Option 2 : Ironman.png
Option 3 : Spiderman.png
Option 4 : Superman~0.png


Question :

 1. According to Greek mythology, who was the first woman on earth?

Answer :

Option 1 : Aphrodite
Option 2 : Andromeda
Option 3 : Hera
Option 4 : Pandora


Question :

 8. What is the National Heritage Animal of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cow~2.png
Option 2 : Lion~0.jpg
Option 3 : Elephant~0.png
Option 4 : Tiger~0.jpg


Question :

 7. What is the National Aquatic Animal of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ganges river dolphin.jpg
Option 2 : Ganges shark.jpg
Option 3 : Indian tortoise.jpg
Option 4 : Mugger crocodile.jpg


Question :

 6. Which is the National River of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Brahmaputra river.jpg
Option 2 : Indus river.jpg
Option 3 : Narmada river.JPG
Option 4 : Ganga river.jpg


Question :

 5. What is the National Tree of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Peepal Tree.jpg
Option 2 : Banyan Tree~1.jpg
Option 3 : Ashoka Tree.jpg
Option 4 : Neem Tree.jpg


Question :

 4. What is the National Fruit of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Mango.jpg
Option 2 : Banana.jpg
Option 3 : Apple.jpg
Option 4 : Orange~0.jpg


Question :

 3. What is the National Flower of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Hibiscus.jpg
Option 2 : Indian rose.jpg
Option 3 : Sunflower.jpg
Option 4 : Lotus flower.jpg


Question :

 2. What is the National Bird of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Great Indian Bustard~1.jpg
Option 2 : Indian peacock.jpg
Option 3 : Indian parrot~0.jpg
Option 4 : Indian owl~0.jpg


Question :

 1. What is the National Animal of India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cow~1.png
Option 2 : Elephant.png
Option 3 : Lion.jpg
Option 4 : Tiger.jpg


Question :

 10. Which is the most abundant gas in the earth's atmosphere?

Answer :

Option 1 : Oxygen
Option 2 : Hydrogen
Option 3 : Nitrogen
Option 4 : Carbon dioxide


Question :

 9. What is the smallest continent of earth?

Answer :

Option 1 : Asia
Option 2 : Africa
Option 3 : Europe
Option 4 : Australia


Question :

 8. The brightest planet in the solar system is:

Answer :

Option 1 : Sun
Option 2 : Earth
Option 3 : Mars
Option 4 : Venus


Question :

 7. The biggest planet of the solar system is:

Answer :

Option 1 : Saturn
Option 2 : Sun
Option 3 : Neptune
Option 4 : Jupiter


Question :

 6. The nearest planet to the Sun is:

Answer :

Option 1 : Mercury
Option 2 : Venus
Option 3 : Earth
Option 4 : Mars


Question :

 5. The Montreal Protocol is related to:

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Combating climate change
Option 2 : Sustainable development
Option 3 : Ozone depletion
Option 4 : Setting internationally binding emission reduction targets


Question :

 4. Chocolate can be bad for health because of a high content of:

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Carbon
Option 2 : Mercury
Option 3 : Nickle
Option 4 : Lead


Question :

 3. Who proposed the 'one gene one enzyme' hypothesis suggesting that one gene controls the synthesis of one enzyme?

Answer :

Option 1 : James Watson
Option 2 : Joshua Lederberg
Option 3 : George Church
Option 4 : Beadle and Tatum


Question :

 2. The term 'gene' for the factor controlling heridity was coined by:

Answer :

Option 1 : Bateson.jpg
Option 2 : Hugo de Vries.jpg
Option 3 : Johannsen.jpg
Option 4 : Thomas Hunt Morgan.jpg


Question :

 1. How many pairs of chromosomes are there in humans?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : 21
Option 2 : 23
Option 3 : 38
Option 4 : 48


Question :

 10. Where is the largest bone in the human body?

Answer :

Option 1 : In the leg
Option 2 : In the arm
Option 3 : In the spine
Option 4 : In the brain


Question :

 9. Stratus, cirrus, and nimbus are types of what?

Answer :

Option 1 : Plants
Option 2 : Clouds
Option 3 : Waves
Option 4 : Mountains


Question :

 8. Helsinki is the capital city of which country?

Answer :

Option 1 : Norway
Option 2 : Finland
Option 3 : Sweden
Option 4 : Iceland


Question :

 7. Which artist painted a number of pictures of sunflowers, one of which has set an auction record of $39.9 million?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Pablo Picasso
Option 2 : Leonardo da Vinci
Option 3 : Claude Monet
Option 4 : Vincent van Gogh


Question :

 6. The Great Barrier Reef is off which country?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Australia
Option 2 : Thailand
Option 3 : USA
Option 4 : Denmark


Question :

 5. What is the capital of New Zealand?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Brussels
Option 2 : Wellington
Option 3 : Victoria
Option 4 : Auckland


Question :

 4. Which liner sank on her maiden voyage in 1912?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : RMS Carpathia
Option 2 : RMS Celtic
Option 3 : RMS Titanic
Option 4 : RMS Baltic


Question :

 3. How many years are there in a century?

Answer :

Option 1 : 10 years
Option 2 : 100 years
Option 3 : 1000 years
Option 4 : 5000 years


Question :

 2. How many strings does a violin have?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : 2
Option 2 : 3
Option 3 : 4
Option 4 : 5


Question :

1. Which shape is a hexagon?

Answer :

Option 1 : Triangle~1.png
Option 2 : Square.png
Option 3 : Pentagon.png
Option 4 : Hexagon.png


Question :

 10. Which fairy tale character slept for 100 years?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ariel.jpg
Option 2 : Aurora.jpg
Option 3 : Cinderella.jpg
Option 4 : Snow White.jpg


Question :

 9. How many players are there in a basketball team?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : 4
Option 2 : 5
Option 3 : 9
Option 4 : 11


Question :

 8. What is a baby kangaroo called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Kid
Option 2 : Roo
Option 3 : Joey
Option 4 : Cub


Question :

 6. In which US state is Las Vegas?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : New York
Option 2 : Nevada
Option 3 : Nebraska
Option 4 : California


Question :

 5. Which tree produces acorns?

Answer :

Option 1 : Birch~0.jpg
Option 2 : Cedar tree~0.jpg
Option 3 : Oak tree~0.jpg
Option 4 : Maple~0.jpg


Question :

 4. Which language is spoken in Austria?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : French
Option 2 : Austrian
Option 3 : English
Option 4 : German


Question :

 3. What are the names of Harry Potter's parents?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Juliun and Kate
Option 2 : William and Jane
Option 3 : James and Lily
Option 4 : Sean and Samantha


Question :

 2. Who was the first man to walk on the moon?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : 410Nav26N0L.jpg
Option 2 : Neil Armstrong.jpg
Option 3 : Yuri Gagarin.jpg
Option 4 : Edwin Aldrin.jpg


Question :

 1. In which country is the Taj Mahal?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : India
Option 2 : Pakistan
Option 3 : Bahrain
Option 4 : Turkey


Question :

 15. For how much time can bacteria remain alive at sub-zero temperatures?

Answer :

Option 1 : 10 years
Option 2 : 100 years
Option 3 : 1000 years
Option 4 : More than 1000 years


Question :

 14. A plant bearing both male and female flowers is called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Monoecious
Option 2 : Dioecious
Option 3 : Hermaphrodite
Option 4 : Perfect flowers


Question :

 13. Commerical cork is obtained from the bark of:

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Cedar tree.jpg
Option 2 : Oak tree.jpg
Option 3 : Walnut tree.jpg
Option 4 : Willow tree.jpg


Question :

 12. Kohinoor is the most famous diamond in the world. Like other diamonds, it is chemically:

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Pure carbon
Option 2 : Pure silicon
Option 3 : Pure zinc
Option 4 : Pure calcium


Question :

 11. Which process can convert your cooking oil into vegetable ghee?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Evaporation
Option 2 : Boiling
Option 3 : Saturation
Option 4 : Hydrogenation


Question :

 10. Lime water contains:

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Sodium hydroxide
Option 2 : Calcium hydroxide
Option 3 : Sodium carbonate
Option 4 : Calcium carbonate


Question :

 9. Chemically baking soda is:

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Sodium carbonate
Option 2 : Sodium bicarbonate
Option 3 : Hydrated sodium carbonate
Option 4 : Sodium glutamate


Question :

 8. Washing soda is:

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Sodium hydroxide
Option 2 : Sodium bicarbonate
Option 3 : Hydrated sodium carbonate
Option 4 : Sodium chloride


Question :

 7. Common salt is obtained from sea water by the process of:

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Chemical synthesis
Option 2 : Underground mining
Option 3 : Creating salt brines
Option 4 : Evaporation


Question :

 6. What is the naturally occurring anti-coagulant in the human blood?

Answer :

Option 1 : Apixaban
Option 2 : Heparin
Option 3 : Edoxaban
Option 4 : Warfarin


Question :

 5. Body cells infected with virus produce a protein called?

Answer :

Option 1 : Interferon
Option 2 : B Cells
Option 3 : Hemoglobin
Option 4 : Fibrinogen


Question :

 4. Which is the largest living bird?

Answer :

Option 1 : Emperor Penguin.jpg
Option 2 : Emu.jpg
Option 3 : Southern Cassowary.jpg
Option 4 : Ostrich.jpg


Question :

 3. Which plant hormone controls fruit ripening?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Auxin
Option 2 : Cytokinin
Option 3 : Ethylene
Option 4 : Abscisic acid


Question :

 2. Tupentine oil is used as medicine against joint pain, toothache, and muscle pain. What is the source of turpentine?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Birch.jpg
Option 2 : Maple.jpg
Option 3 : eastern_white_pine_tree__94966-400x400__41581__39912.jpg
Option 4 : Neem.jpg


Question :

 1. What is the most important stimulant in tea leaves?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Nicotine
Option 2 : Caffeine
Option 3 : Cocaine
Option 4 : Methamphetamine


Question :

 10. Identify the Chernozem soils of great fertility, as in the Steppes.

Answer :

Option 1 : Red-Soil.~0.jpg
Option 2 : download (13).jpg
Option 3 : yellow-soil-of-haldighati~0.jpg
Option 4 : hqdefault~0.jpg


Question :

 9. What happens during the equinoxes?

Answer :

Option 1 : The countries along the Equator are in darkness.
Option 2 : The countries along the Equator are at their hottest.
Option 3 : The countries along the Equator are at their wettest.
Option 4 : The sun shines vertically over the Equator.


Question :

 8. What common feature do Intermontane, Piedmont, and Continental describe?

Answer :

Option 1 : Types of plateaus
Option 2 : Types of soils
Option 3 : Types of rocks
Option 4 : Types of weather


Question :

 7. What is another name for a Highland climate?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A Himalayan climate
Option 2 : A Scottish climate
Option 3 : A Hill climate
Option 4 : An Alpine climate


Question :

 6. What are those unique "pillar" formations found in limestone caves?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Satellites
Option 2 : Pillar rocks
Option 3 : Stalactites (from the roof) and Stalagmites (rising from the floor)
Option 4 : Stratified rocks


Question :

 5. When is the Vernal Equinox, which occurs on the day when earth's axis does not tilt toward or away from the sun, with nearly equal hours of night and day (12 hours) globally?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : December 25
Option 2 : March 21
Option 3 : February 28
Option 4 : January 14


Question :

4. Which ocean surrounds Antarctica?

Answer :

Option 1 : Indian Ocean
Option 2 : Southern Ocean
Option 3 : Pacific Ocean
Option 4 : Atlantic Ocean


Question :

 3. What are permeable rocks?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : They soak up water.
Option 2 : They are oil-bearing rocks.
Option 3 : They are porous rocks.
Option 4 : They allow water to pass through them easily.


Question :

 2. Where is the Torrid Zone?

Answer :

Option 1 : On either side of the Tropics
Option 2 : Between the Arctic and Antarctic Circles
Option 3 : On either side of the Equator, up to the Tropics
Option 4 : Along the Equator


Question :

 1. When is the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : July 23
Option 2 : June 21
Option 3 : May 20
Option 4 : April 13


Question :

 10. What is an oasis and where would you find it?

Answer :

Option 1 : A small area of green and water in a desert
Option 2 : A rich farmland in Asia
Option 3 : A desert island in the Pacific
Option 4 : A waterhole in the jungle


Question :

 9. What are the Doldrums?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : The Trade Winds
Option 2 : Areas of great humidity
Option 3 : A low-pressure belt round the Equator where there are very light winds and calm seas
Option 4 : Areas where the seas are calm


Question :

 8. Who or what are Molleweide, Bonne, and Gall?

Answer :

Option 1 : All are explorers.
Option 2 : All are map projections.
Option 3 : All are geologists.
Option 4 : All are editors of atlases.


Question :

 7. From which language is the word "Monsoon" derived?

Answer :

Option 1 : Arabic
Option 2 : Hindi
Option 3 : Malyalam
Option 4 : Marathi


Question :

 6. Four of the five most populous countries are also among the five largest countries in the world by area. Which is the fifth largest by area?

Answer :

Option 1 : Australia
Option 2 : Mongolia
Option 3 : Zaire
Option 4 : Canada


Question :

 5. What is the distance around the Earth at the Equator?

Answer :

Option 1 : 21,000 km
Option 2 : 16,800 km
Option 3 : 18,600 km
Option 4 : 12,500 km


Question :

 4. How many satellites does the largest planet, Jupiter, have?

Answer :

Option 1 : 12
Option 2 : 10
Option 3 : 6
Option 4 : 9


Question :

 3. What is the specific feature of the Mercator Projection?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : It distorts the shape of India.
Option 2 : It flattens the world.
Option 3 : It makes Australia rectangular.
Option 4 : It exaggerates Greenland almost 25 times.


Question :

 2. What is the smallest planet?

Answer :

Option 1 : Mercury
Option 2 : Venus
Option 3 : Pluto
Option 4 : Mars


Question :

 1. What happens when ships cross the International Date Line?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : They have to pay a tax.
Option 2 : Ships going west from the USA lose a day, ships going east from Japan and Australia gain a day.
Option 3 : They have to report to the customs post.
Option 4 : They have to check their clocks against Greenwich Mean Time.


Question :

 10. What do Russia, China, Brazil, India, and the USA have in common?

Answer :

Option 1 : All are democracies.
Option 2 : All have heavy rainfall.
Option 3 : They are the five most populous countries.
Option 4 : All have capitals beginning with the letter 'B'.


Question :

 9. How many times does the Earth move round the Sun in a year?

Answer :

Option 1 : 1.1 times
Option 2 : Once
Option 3 : 1.25 times
Option 4 : Twice


Question :

 8. Outside Antarctica, which is the deepest part of the earth?

Answer :

Option 1 : Dead Sea.jpg
Option 2 : Aral sea.jpg
Option 3 : Caspian sea.jpg
Option 4 : Baikal.jpg


Question :

 7. Which expedition was the first to sale round the world and conclusively prove that the Earth is round?

Answer :

Option 1 : Frances Drake.jpg
Option 2 : Vasco da gama.jpg
Option 3 : columbus.jpg
Option 4 : Magellan.jpg


Question :

 6. What is the hottest place on earth?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Dallol.jpg
Option 2 : Alice Springs.jpg
Option 3 : Jaisalmer.jpg
Option 4 : Timbuktoo.jpg


Question :

 5. What is the Earth's satellite?

Answer :

Option 1 : Uranus
Option 2 : Neptune
Option 3 : Venus
Option 4 : Moon


Question :

 4. Which is the busiest ocean of the world in normal times?

Answer :

Option 1 : pacific-ocean-map~2.png
Option 2 : arctic-ocean-map~2.png
Option 3 : atlantic-ocean-map-1~2.png
Option 4 : indian-ocean-map~2.png


Question :

 3. Which is the most densely populated continent?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Europe
Option 2 : Asia
Option 3 : North America
Option 4 : Africa


Question :

 2. How are heights of land expressed?

Answer :

Option 1 : In miles
Option 2 : In inches
Option 3 : In kilometers
Option 4 : In feet or meters above the sea level


Question :

 1. What is stock farming?

Answer :

Option 1 : Plantation activity
Option 2 : Farming for the family
Option 3 : Cattle-rearing
Option 4 : Raising cash crops


Question :

 10. Which part of the world is regularly visited by tornadoes?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : South-East USA
Option 2 : The Carribbean
Option 3 : Central America
Option 4 : The desert states of the USA


Question :

 9. What have the Sirocco, Fohn, and Mistral in common?

Answer :

Option 1 : All are Mediterranean towns.
Option 2 : All are European mountain ranges.
Option 3 : All are Mediterranean currents.
Option 4 : All are strong winds, the effect of local conditions.


Question :

 8. What is a Cash Crop?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A rich harvest
Option 2 : A crop that is not a food crop; it is grown for sale to manufacturers who convert it into products
Option 3 : Crops grown in plantations
Option 4 : A crop which earns a lot of money


Question :

 7. What is the more common name for the winds that are sometimes called the Anti-Trades?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Cyclones
Option 2 : North Winds
Option 3 : East Winds
Option 4 : Westerlies


Question :

 6. What is the Continental Shelf?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A plateau in the center of a continent
Option 2 : The land that gently slopes and extends below sea level from the coasts of the continents before sharply sloping to form the seafloor in the deeps
Option 3 : Mountain ranges that edge a continent
Option 4 : The raised land on a continent's edge


Question :

 5. What happens in land that is in the rain shadow?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : It gets no rain, because the rains are cut off by high mountains at one edge of the land.
Option 2 : It gets very heavy rain during most of the year.
Option 3 : The skies above are always cloudy.
Option 4 : The winds blow much less in these parts.


Question :

 4. What are the Roaring Forties?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A typhoon in the China Sea
Option 2 : A hurricane in the Carribbean
Option 3 : A kind of tornado
Option 4 : Strong winds that blow between 40 and 50 degrees South, in a direction opposite to the winds


Question :

 3. What are the Selvas?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : The forests in the Tropics
Option 2 : Hot, wet equatorial evergreen forests
Option 3 : The jungles of India
Option 4 : The woods in the Iberian peninsula


Question :

 2. What is sometimes referred to as the World Ocean?

Answer :

Option 1 : All the oceans of the world when considered as one ocean because they are interconnected
Option 2 : The Pacific Ocean
Option 3 : The Atlantic Ocean
Option 4 : The ocean south of the African mainland


Question :

 1. What is loess?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A kind of alluvial soil
Option 2 : The fine sand found in the desert
Option 3 : The sand the Mediterranean winds blow up
Option 4 : A fine dust that covers the land in interior China


Question :

 10. In which part of the world would you find cyclones?

Answer :

Option 1 : In the China Seas
Option 2 : In the Carribbean
Option 3 : In the Indian Ocean and its littoral
Option 4 : By the Cape of Good Hope


Question :

 8. What have Humboldt, Benguela, and Kuro Siwo have in common?

Answer :

Option 1 : All are ocean currents.
Option 2 : All are African cities.
Option 3 : All are great explorers.
Option 4 : All are mountain peaks.


Question :

 8. Which part of the earth is the South Temperate Zone?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn
Option 2 : Between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Antarctic Circle
Option 3 : Between the Equator and the Atlantic Circle
Option 4 : Between the two Tropics


Question :

 7. What does the scale 1:1,000,000 represent in linear measure?

Answer :

Option 1 : 1 cm = 10 km
Option 2 : 1 m = 1 mile
Option 3 : 1" = 6 and a half miles
Option 4 : 1 cm = 1 km


Question :

 6. What is the upper part of the atmosphere called?

Answer :

Option 1 : Lithosphere
Option 2 : Stratosphere
Option 3 : Barysphere
Option 4 : Hydrosphere


Question :

 5. What is the latitude of the Arctic Circle?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : 80 degrees North
Option 2 : 66.5 degrees South
Option 3 : 80 degrees South
Option 4 : 66.5 degrees North


Question :

 4. The surface of the earth is about 500 million sq. km. About how much of this is water?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : 50%
Option 2 : 90%
Option 3 : 70%
Option 4 : 30%


Question :

 3. Where would you find the Trade Winds?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Between the Tropics and blowing towards the Equator
Option 2 : In the Atlantic Ocean
Option 3 : By the Cape of Good Hope
Option 4 : Blowing across Europe


Question :

 2. What do contours on map indicate?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : The temperature in different areas
Option 2 : Heights of land above the sea level
Option 3 : The vegetation in different areas
Option 4 : The different kinds of soil


Question :

 1. If the water surrounding the land we live on is called hydrosphere, what is the rocky crust of the earth on which we live called?

Answer :

Option 1 : Atmosphere
Option 2 : Stratosphere
Option 3 : Barysphere
Option 4 : Lithosphere


Question :

 10. What is the time difference for every degree of longitude?

Answer :

Option 1 : 8 minutes
Option 2 : 10 minutes
Option 3 : 4 minutes
Option 4 : 12 minutes


Question :

 9. How are alluvial plains formed?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : By rivers depositing their sand and silt on the land during floods
Option 2 : By the snow melting and moistening the soil
Option 3 : By heavy rains making the soil marshy
Option 4 : By winds depositing a fine sand on the plains


Question :

 8. What is another name for the "Cold Deserts" of the world?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Tundra
Option 2 : Taiga
Option 3 : Glacier
Option 4 : Snow-field


Question :

 7. The approximate temperature of the sun is estimated to be:

 

Answer :

Option 1 : 5000 degrees Fahrenheit
Option 2 : 6000 degrees Fahrenheit
Option 3 : 7000 degrees Fahrenheit
Option 4 : 212 degrees Fahrenheit


Question :

 6. How many principal planets are there in the Solar System?

Answer :

Option 1 : 9
Option 2 : 10
Option 3 : 12
Option 4 : 7


Question :

 5. Which image shows laterite soil?

Answer :

Option 1 : hqdefault.jpg
Option 2 : yellow-soil-of-haldighati.jpg
Option 3 : Red-Soil..jpg
Option 4 : red-soil-s-mantel~1.jpg


Question :

 4. What is the approximate African equivalent of the prairie?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Steppes
Option 2 : Savannah
Option 3 : Veld
Option 4 : Pampas


Question :

 3. Which continent doesn't have a permanent population?

Answer :

Option 1 : South America
Option 2 : Africa
Option 3 : Australasia
Option 4 : Antarctica


Question :

 2. These "rivers of ice" are always slowly on the move. What is their correct name?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Ice packs
Option 2 : Snowcaps
Option 3 : Icefloes
Option 4 : Glaciers


Question :

 1. How did the Atlantic get its name?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : From Atlanta in the USA
Option 2 : From the lost continent Atlantis
Option 3 : From the word "atlas"
Option 4 : From the Atlas Mountains in North Africa


Question :

 10. What is the largest gorge in the world?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : USA Grand Canyon.jpg
Option 2 : Death Valley.jpg
Option 3 : Kashmir Valley.jpg
Option 4 : Marble Rocks.jpg


Question :

 9. What is the Gulf Stream?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A river in North America
Option 2 : A wind in the Carribean
Option 3 : A warm sea current from the Gulf of Mexico
Option 4 : The entrance to a gulf in North America


Question :

 8. In what units is rainfall usually measured in India?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cubic centimeters
Option 2 : Centimeters
Option 3 : Grams
Option 4 : Litres


Question :

 7. Excluding Australia, generally treated as a continent, which is the largest island in the world?

Answer :

Option 1 : Greenland.jpg
Option 2 : Madagascar.jpg
Option 3 : Hispaniola.jpg
Option 4 : Britain.jpg


Question :

 6. What is the approximate Russian equivalent of the prairie?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Siberian Plain
Option 2 : Taiga
Option 3 : Tundra
Option 4 : Steppes


Question :

 5. When a high area of land drops steeply, especially into the sea, what is the land formation that results called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Valley
Option 2 : Cliff
Option 3 : Plain
Option 4 : Precipice


Question :

 4. What is the science of making maps called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Cartography
Option 2 : Seismography
Option 3 : Pantography
Option 4 : Geodesy


Question :

 3. What is a prairie?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A scrub forest in North America
Option 2 : A North American farmland
Option 3 : A kind of American vegetation
Option 4 : A large, flat grassland in North America


Question :

 2. The earth is not a true sphere. Then what is it?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : It is elliptical.
Option 2 : It is oval.
Option 3 : It is slightly flattened at the Poles and bulges slightly at the Equator.
Option 4 : It is flat at the top and bottom.


Question :

 1. What is a water-surrounded bit of land called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : An island
Option 2 : A peninsula
Option 3 : A cape
Option 4 : A spit


Question :

 10. How many degrees north and south are the Tropics?

Answer :

Option 1 : 47 degrees
Option 2 : 23.5 degrees
Option 3 : 12 degrees
Option 4 : 30 degrees


Question :

 9. What is the difference between a lake and a tank?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A lake is small, and a tank is big.
Option 2 : A lake has flowing water, and a tank has still water.
Option 3 : A lake is a geographical feature, a tank is not.
Option 4 : Both are land-enclosed water bodies, but a tank is man-made.


Question :

 8. What do Mauna Loa, Krakatoa and Stromboli have in common?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : All are volcanoes.
Option 2 : All are mountains.
Option 3 : All are in Italy.
Option 4 : All are islands.


Question :

 7. In which part of the world would you find the Veld?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Argentina
Option 2 : Australia
Option 3 : Central Europe
Option 4 : South Africa


Question :

 6. What are those smaller rivers that flow into a large, main river called?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Feeders
Option 2 : Streams
Option 3 : Tributaries
Option 4 : Rivulets


Question :

 5. Where is the greatest ocean depth found?

Answer :

Option 1 : arctic-ocean-map~1.png
Option 2 : atlantic-ocean-map-1~1.png
Option 3 : indian-ocean-map~1.png
Option 4 : pacific-ocean-map~1.png


Question :

 4. Which continent has the largest area of Equatorial Rain Forest?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Africa
Option 2 : South America
Option 3 : Asia
Option 4 : Australia


Question :

 3. What is a more precise geographical name for a tableland?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A hill
Option 2 : A headland
Option 3 : A plateau
Option 4 : A mountain


Question :

 2. Outside the Mediterranean region, where else is a Mediterranean climate found?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : The Japanese and Chinese coasts
Option 2 : The southern coast of Australia and parts of the western coast of North and South America
Option 3 : The east coast of North America
Option 4 : The North Atlantic coast of Africa


Question :

 1. What is the geographical term for "land's end", that tip of land which projects into the sea?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A headland
Option 2 : A spit
Option 3 : A peninsula
Option 4 : A cape


Question :

 10. Which three continents have the largest areas of coniferous forest?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Australia, Europe, and South America
Option 2 : Asia, North America, and Europe
Option 3 : North America, South America, and Europe
Option 4 : Asia, Australia, and South America


Question :

 9. What is a narrow waterway separating two bits of land called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A bay
Option 2 : A gulf
Option 3 : A strait
Option 4 : An isthumus


Question :

 8. Which meridian is the International Date Line?

Answer :

Option 1 : The 180-degree meridian
Option 2 : The 0-degree meridian
Option 3 : The 90-degree meridian
Option 4 : The 135-degree meridian


Question :

 7. What is a typhoon called in the Atlantic?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A typhoon
Option 2 : A cyclone
Option 3 : A hurricane
Option 4 : A tornado


Question :

 6. From west to east, what are the three main island groups in the Pacific called?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia
Option 2 : Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia
Option 3 : Melanesia, Polynesia, and Micronesia
Option 4 : Micronesia, Polynesia, and Melanesia


Question :

 5. What is the triangular landmass that forms at its mouth when a river splits into several branches just before entering the sea?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Cape
Option 2 : Island
Option 3 : Bay
Option 4 : Delta


Question :

 4. What is significant about the town of Greenwich?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : The International Date Line passes through it.
Option 2 : The Zero meridian passes through it and therefore the world sets its time by it.
Option 3 : It is at 180-degree longitude.
Option 4 : It is a major horological research center in Britain.


Question :

 3. What do isobars indicate?

Answer :

Option 1 : The atmospheric pressure in a particular area
Option 2 : The rainfall in different places
Option 3 : The wind strength in several areas
Option 4 : Places with the same temperature


Question :

 2. What is the name given to the widened river-mouth found at the point a river enters the sea?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Estuary
Option 2 : Bay
Option 3 : Gulf
Option 4 : Delta


Question :

 1. Approximately when does the South-West Monsoon begin in India?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Late April
Option 2 : Mid October
Option 3 : Early June
Option 4 : Early January


Question :

 10. Which water body surrounds the North Pole?

Answer :

Option 1 : Atlantic Ocean
Option 2 : Pacific Ocean
Option 3 : Indian Ocean
Option 4 : Arctic Ocean


Question :

 9. How is density of population usually measured?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Persons per square kilometre
Option 2 : The number of people in a country
Option 3 : The number of households in a country
Option 4 : The number of births from one census to the next in a country


Question :

 8. What do you call a narrow neck of land that connects two larger landmasses?

 

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Peninsula
Option 2 : Isthumus
Option 3 : Cape
Option 4 : Strait


Question :

 7. What do isotherms indicate?

Answer :

Option 1 : The height in particular areas
Option 2 : The rainfall in certain areas
Option 3 : The temperature in particular areas
Option 4 : The snowfall in some areas


Question :

 6. Which continent is in its entirety further north of the Equator?

Answer :

Option 1 : Asia
Option 2 : Europe
Option 3 : North America
Option 4 : Africa


Question :

 5. What is the difference between a gulf and a bay?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A gulf is big and a bay is small.
Option 2 : A gulf is at a river mouth and a bay is not.
Option 3 : A bay is surrounded by cliffs, a gulf by lowland.
Option 4 : Both are part of the sea that extend considerably into the land, but a bay usually has a wider entrance than a gulf.


Question :

 4. What does a barometer indicate?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Changes in atmospheric (air) pressure
Option 2 : Changes in temperature
Option 3 : The amount of rainfall
Option 4 : The direction of the winds


Question :

 3. Which is the largest ocean?

Answer :

Option 1 : indian-ocean-map.png
Option 2 : pacific-ocean-map.png
Option 3 : atlantic-ocean-map-1.png
Option 4 : arctic-ocean-map.png


Question :

 2. In which direction is the Tropic of Capricorn in relation to the Equator?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : North
Option 2 : South
Option 3 : East
Option 4 : West


Question :

 1. What is peninsula?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A narrow bit of land
Option 2 : A mountainous island
Option 3 : A piece of land surrounded by water on three sides
Option 4 : A range of hills


Question :

 10. He _________ (his children/wants/happy/to be)

Answer :

Option 1 : His children wants to be happy
Option 2 : Wants his happy to be children
Option 3 : Wants his children to be happy
Option 4 : To be happy wants his children


Question :

 9. The news ___________ (is/too true/to be/good)

Answer :

Option 1 : Is too true to be good
Option 2 : Is to be good too true
Option 3 : Is too good to be true
Option 4 : Is good to be too true


Question :

 8. He _______ (market/to buy/to/new shoes/went)

Answer :

Option 1 : Went to market to buy new shoes
Option 2 : Went to buy new shoes to market
Option 3 : Went to market new shoes to buy
Option 4 : Went to buy to market new shoes


Question :

 7. He __________ (now/tired/to work/too/is)

Answer :

Option 1 : Is now tired too to work
Option 2 : Too is now tired to work
Option 3 : Is too tired to work now
Option 4 : Is to work now too tired


Question :

 6. I ___________ (to this question/with reference/have nothing to say)

Answer :

Option 1 : With reference to this question have nothing to say
Option 2 : Have nothing to say with reference to this question
Option 3 : With reference have nothing to say to this question
Option 4 : Have with reference to this question nothing to say


Question :

 5. My friend ____________ (does hard not work)

Answer :

Option 1 : Does not hard word
Option 2 : Does work hard not
Option 3 : Does hard work not
Option 4 : Does not work hard


Question :

 4. The doctor __________ (rest to him advised take)

Answer :

Option 1 : Advised rest to take him
Option 2 : Advised him to take rest
Option 3 : Rest advised him to take
Option 4 : Rest to take him advised


Question :

 3. Our friends ___________ (decided by train to leave in the morning)

Answer :

Option 1 : Decided to leave in the morning by train
Option 2 : Decided to leave by train in the morning
Option 3 : Decided by train to leave in the morning
Option 4 : Decided in the morning to leave by train


Question :

 2. She _____________ (asleep found servant her)

Answer :

Option 1 : Asleep found her servant
Option 2 : Her servant found asleep
Option 3 : Found servant asleep her
Option 4 : Found her servant asleep


Question :

 1. Mrs. Doubtfire _________________ (food for cooks us).

Answer :

Option 1 : Food for us cooks
Option 2 : Cooks for us food
Option 3 : Cooks food for us
Option 4 : For us cooks food


Question :

 10. My father bought my brother a watch.

What is the Object in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : My brother
Option 2 : My father
Option 3 : My
Option 4 : A watch


Question :

 9. The doctor forbade his patient rice.

What is 'his patient' in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Predicate
Option 2 : Verb
Option 3 : Complement
Option 4 : Object


Question :

 8. He told me a secret.

What is 'secret' in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Verb
Option 2 : Complement
Option 3 : Object
Option 4 : Subject


Question :

 7. The teacher told us a story.

What is the predicate in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Told us a story
Option 2 : Us
Option 3 : A story
Option 4 : Told


Question :

 6. He gave me a book.

What is the Object in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Book
Option 2 : Me
Option 3 : He
Option 4 : Gave


Question :

 5. My parents named me Julie.

What is the Complement in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Named
Option 2 : Me Julie
Option 3 : Julie
Option 4 : Parents


Question :

 4. The boys made Himanshu captain.

What is the predicate, made Himanshu captain, made up of?

Answer :

Option 1 : Verb and Complement
Option 2 : Verb, Object, and Complement (Noun)
Option 3 : Verb, Object, and Complement (Adjective)
Option 4 : Verb and Gerund


Question :

 3. The teacher is in the class.

In this sentence, the predicate, is in the class, is made up of:

Answer :

Option 1 : Verb only
Option 2 : Verb and Object
Option 3 : Verb, Object, and Complement (Noun)
Option 4 : Verb and Complement


Question :

 2. Your father is ill.

What is the Complement (Adjective) in this sentence?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : Ill
Option 2 : Father
Option 3 : Your
Option 4 : Is


Question :

 1. Akbar was a king.

What is the Complement in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Akbar
Option 2 : King
Option 3 : Was a king
Option 4 : Was


Question :

 10. He decided to help the poor.

What is the Verb in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Help
Option 2 : Decided
Option 3 : To help
Option 4 : To help the poor


Question :

 9. He likes to play volleyball.

What is the Object (Infinitive) in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : He
Option 2 : Likes
Option 3 : To play
Option 4 : To play volleyball


Question :

 8. She hated abusing others.

What is the Predicate in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : She hated
Option 2 : Hated
Option 3 : Abusing others
Option 4 : Hated abusing others


Question :

 7. You love making cake.

What is the Verb in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Making cake
Option 2 : Making
Option 3 : Love
Option 4 : You


Question :

 6. I like playing hockey.

What is the Object (Gerund) in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Like
Option 2 : Playing
Option 3 : Hockey
Option 4 : Playing hockey


Question :

 5. Your uncle reads a paper.

What is the predicate in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Your uncle
Option 2 : Reads a paper
Option 3 : Reads
Option 4 : Uncle


Question :

 4. My father loves me.

What is the Object in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : My
Option 2 : Father
Option 3 : Loves
Option 4 : Me


Question :

 3. He opens the door.

What is the Object in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : The door
Option 2 : He
Option 3 : Opens
Option 4 : Opens the door


Question :

 2. Kavya sings a song.

What is the Verb in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Kavya
Option 2 : Sings a song
Option 3 : A song
Option 4 : Sings


Question :

 1. Ronald writes a message.

What is the predicate in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Ronald
Option 2 : Writes
Option 3 : Writes a message
Option 4 : A message


Question :

 10. To find fault is easy.

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : To
Option 2 : To find fault
Option 3 : To find
Option 4 : Fault


Question :

 9. Your sister, Kiran, is a very intelligent girl.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Your sister
Option 2 : Sister
Option 3 : Kiran
Option 4 : Your sister, Kiran


Question :

 8. Saving something regularly is necessary.

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Saving something regularly
Option 2 : Something
Option 3 : Saving
Option 4 : Something regularly


Question :

 7. Swimming in a big river is not easy.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Swimming
Option 2 : Swimming in a big river
Option 3 : In a big river
Option 4 : River


Question :

 6. Walking in the morning is not harmful.

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Walking in the morning
Option 2 : Walking
Option 3 : In the morning
Option 4 : Not harmful


Question :

 5. The ripe apples in the basket are sweet.

What is the adjective in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Apples
Option 2 : Ripe
Option 3 : Sweet
Option 4 : In the basket


Question :

 4. A black bird sitting in the tree was shot.

What is the adjective phrase in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Sitting in the tree
Option 2 : A black bird
Option 3 : Black
Option 4 : Bird


Question :

 3. My younger brother in Kanpur in a doctor.

What is the determiner in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : In Kanpur
Option 2 : Doctor
Option 3 : Younger
Option 4 : My


Question :

 2. The old man in the room is fat.

What is the qualifier in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Old
Option 2 : Man in the room
Option 3 : Man
Option 4 : Fat


Question :

 1. The young boy in the corner is nervous.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : The young boy
Option 2 : Boy
Option 3 : The young boy in the corner
Option 4 : In the corner


Question :

 10. A strong enemy was defeated.

What is the subject in this sentence?

 

Answer :

Option 1 : A
Option 2 : Strong
Option 3 : A strong enemy
Option 4 : Enemy


Question :

 9. Some bad people quarrelled.

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Some bad people
Option 2 : Bad people
Option 3 : People
Option 4 : Bad


Question :

 8. Some dishonest people stole the purse.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Some
Option 2 : People
Option 3 : Dishonest people
Option 4 : Some dishonest people


Question :

 7. A black bird flew.

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : A black bird
Option 2 : Black bird
Option 3 : Bird
Option 4 : Black


Question :

 6. Some naughty boys were punished.

What is the determiner in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Some naughty boys
Option 2 : Some boys
Option 3 : Naughty
Option 4 : Some


Question :

 5. The little girl sang.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : The little girl
Option 2 : Sang
Option 3 : Little
Option 4 : Girl


Question :

 4. My younger sister passed.

What is the qualifier in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : My younger sister
Option 2 : My sister
Option 3 : Younger sister
Option 4 : Younger


Question :

 3. An old man died.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : An
Option 2 : Old man
Option 3 : An old man
Option 4 : Old


Question :

 2. A kind boy came.

What is the determiner in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : A kind boy
Option 2 : A
Option 3 : Kind
Option 4 : Kind boy


Question :

 1. A fat man ran.

What is the qualifier in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : A
Option 2 : Fat
Option 3 : Man
Option 4 : A fat man


Question :

 10. There are seven days in a week.

Answer :

Option 1 : Seven days
Option 2 : There are
Option 3 : There
Option 4 : In a week


Question :

 9. There was no well in the village.

Answer :

Option 1 : There
Option 2 : Well
Option 3 : Village
Option 4 : Was


Question :

 8. It was cloudy yesterday.

Answer :

Option 1 : It was
Option 2 : Cloudy
Option 3 : Yesterday
Option 4 : It


Question :

 7. It is very cold.

Answer :

Option 1 : It is
Option 2 : Very cold
Option 3 : It
Option 4 : Cold


Question :

 6. To err is human.

Answer :

Option 1 : To err is
Option 2 : To err
Option 3 : To
Option 4 : Err


Question :

 5. To walk is useful.

Answer :

Option 1 : To
Option 2 : Walk
Option 3 : To walk
Option 4 : Is useful


Question :

 4. Smoking is harmful.

Answer :

Option 1 : Smoking
Option 2 : Is
Option 3 : Harmful
Option 4 : Smoking is


Question :

 3. Kokila wept.

Answer :

Option 1 : Wept
Option 2 : Kokila
Option 3 : Kokila wept
Option 4 : All of them


Question :

 2. They bathed.

Answer :

Option 1 : They
Option 2 : Bathed.
Option 3 : They Bathed.
Option 4 : None


Question :

 1. Hari sits.

Answer :

Option 1 : Hari
Option 2 : sits
Option 3 : Hari sits
Option 4 : None


Question :

11. Which is Lotus Flower

Answer :

Option 1 : ans1.jpg
Option 2 : ans2.jpg
Option 3 : ans4.jpg
Option 4 : ans5.jpg


Question :

 10. _________________ decided to give it up. (so/an hour//or/after/he)

Answer :

Option 1 : So an hour or after he
Option 2 : He or an hour after so
Option 3 : After an hour or so he
Option 4 : After he an hour or so


Question :

 9. _________________ saw her in the hospital any more. (ever/one/no)

Answer :

Option 1 : Ever no one
Option 2 : One no ever
Option 3 : No one ever
Option 4 : No ever one


Question :

 8. _______________ every morning. (hear/we/singing/her)

Answer :

Option 1 : We hear her singing
Option 2 : We singing her hear
Option 3 : Her singing we hear
Option 4 : Singing her we hear


Question :

 7. ________________ is very intelligent. (his/one/children/of)

Answer :

Option 1 : His children of one
Option 2 : One children of his
Option 3 : Children of his one
Option 4 : One of his children


Question :

 6. __________________ are good boys. (his/friends/all)

Answer :

Option 1 : His all friends
Option 2 : All his friends
Option 3 : Friends all his
Option 4 : His friends all


Question :

 5. _________________ in my village. (a/man/rich/lived/there)

Answer :

Option 1 : A rich man lived there
Option 2 : A man rich there lived
Option 3 : Lived there a rich man
Option 4 : There lived a rich man


Question :

 4. _____________________ could pass the examination. (he/brother/his/neither/nor)

Answer :

Option 1 : He neither nor his brother
Option 2 : Nor his brother neither he
Option 3 : Neither he nor his brother
Option 4 : He nor his brother neither


Question :

 3. ______________________ must have opened the door. (friend/his/either/he/or).

Answer :

Option 1 : Either he or his friend
Option 2 : His either friend or he
Option 3 : He or his friend either
Option 4 : Or he either his friend


Question :

 2. ___________________ is tired of all this work. (as well/he/as/you)

Answer :

Option 1 : As well he as you
Option 2 : He as well as you
Option 3 : You as well as he
Option 4 : He as you as well


Question :

 1. _________________________ came yesterday. (old, his, friend)

Answer :

Option 1 : Old his friend
Option 2 : Old friend his
Option 3 : His friend old
Option 4 : His old friend


Question :

 10. Your brother arrived.

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Your brother
Option 2 : Brother
Option 3 : Your
Option 4 : Arrived


Question :

 9. The cold wind blows.

What is the qualifier (adjective) in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Cold
Option 2 : The
Option 3 : Wind
Option 4 : Blows


Question :

 8. The bright sun shines.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : The
Option 2 : Bright
Option 3 : Sun
Option 4 : The bright sun


Question :

 7. Good children succeed.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Good
Option 2 : Good children
Option 3 : Succeed
Option 4 : Children


Question :

6. Few students passed.

What is the qualifier (adjective) in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Few students
Option 2 : Students
Option 3 : Passed
Option 4 : Few


Question :

 5. Some boys read.

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : Some
Option 2 : Boys
Option 3 : Some boys
Option 4 : Read


Question :

 4. The teacher comes.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : The teacher
Option 2 : Teacher
Option 3 : The
Option 4 : Teacher comes


Question :

 3. An elephant runs.

What is the subject in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : An elephant
Option 2 : Elephant
Option 3 : An
Option 4 : Runs


Question :

 2. A girl sleeps.

What is the qualifier in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : A
Option 2 : Girl
Option 3 : Sleeps
Option 4 : A girl


Question :

 1. A boy walks. 

What is the main word in this sentence?

Answer :

Option 1 : A
Option 2 : Boy
Option 3 : Walks
Option 4 : A boy


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