Q1. A bird makes its nest high up on a tree.
This bird could be:
(b) Indian Robin
Q2. Select the correct statement about Abu Dhabi:
I. It is located in a desert area.
II. Water is costlier than petrol in Abu Dhabi.
III. Arabica is the local language here.
IV. Money used in Abu Dhabi is called Dinar.
(a) I, II, and IV
(b) I, III, and IV
(c) II, III, and IV
(d) I, II, and III
Q3. What is a Dead Sea?
(a) A sea whose water is poisonous.
(b) A sea which is saltiest of all oceans and seas.
(c) A sea in which high and low tides are very frequent.
(d) A sea which is dangerous to soil.
Q4. The reason of sea breeze is
(a) During the day, the land gets heated faster than the sea.
(b) During the day, the sea water gets heated faster than land.
(c) At night, the land cools down more slowly than the sea water.
(d) At night, the sea water cools down more slowly than the land.
Q5. If we add a handful of garden soil to a beaker filled three- quarters with water, stir the contents with a stick to dissolve the soil and then let it stand undisturbed for some time, we observe different layers. The order of these layers from the bottom to the top is:
(a) Gravel, clay, sand, humus, and water
(b) Sand, gravel, clay, water, and humus
(c) Clay, sand, gravel, humus and water
(d) Gravel, sand, clay, water, and humus
Q6. Cereals such as wheat and gram are grown in an area. The soil of this area must be:
(a) Both loamy and sandy
(c) Both sandy and clayey
(d) Both clayey and loamy
Q7. The metamorphosis of tadpoles is not possible if the water in which they are growing does not contain sufficient:
Q8. Which of the following commonly used fuels has maximum calorific value?
(a) compressed natural gas (CNG)
(c) Liquefied Petroleum gas(LPG)
Q9. Air is a mixture of many gases. The percentage by volume of the gases other than nitrogen and oxygen, that is, CO2 methane, argon, ozone, and water vapor combined together is about:
Q10. Select the one which is different from the others in the manner it is applied:
(a) Electrostatic force
(b) Frictional force
(c) Gravitational force
(d) Magnetic force