General Science Worksheet-10

General Science Worksheet-10


  1. What is incorrect about the parade?

A. In a parade, six platoons march behind the leader

B. Thirty-six commands have to be given during the entire parade

C. Commands are given in a very loud voice

D. The voice should reach the spectators sitting on the other side of the ground.


  1. Which of the following statement is true?

A. Plants do not move

B. A stone can walk on its own

C. Plants are non-living things

D. Animals can give birth to young ones like themselves


  1. What will happen to us if we do not eat food and drink water?

A. We will be stronger                B. Mother will beat us

C. We will not grow                     D. We will die


  1. Fabrics made from which of the following fibre is most suitable to be used to make umbrellas?

A. Silk                 B. Wool              C. Polyester       D. Cotton


  1. Woollen clothes are mostly used in ____.

A. Summer        B. Rainy days    C. Winter           D. Cloudy winter


  1. Light coloured clothes keep our bodies cool because they ____.

A. Absorb moisture present in the air

B. Absorb sweat of our body better

C. Reflect heat of our body

D. Reflect more sunlight


  1. Which of the following does not represent advances in communication technology?

A. Cell phone

B. Computer

C. DTH (Direct to Home) dish antenna

D. A microwave oven


  1. The fine droplets observed on the leaves of plants and grass on a winter morning are_____.

A. Snow              B. Hailstones    C. Fog                 D. Dew drops


  1. The method of separation of mixtures shown in the figure is known as____.

A. Filtration                                   B. Condensation

C. Sedimentation                          D. Decantation


  1. Many trees on the sides of a highway were bent on a side with twisted trunks and branches. This could be the result of __.

A. Defective seeds or saplings

B. Pollution due to vehicles

C. Wind due to vehicles

D. Sound vibrations of the vehicles


Answer Key:

(1)–A; (2)–D; (3)–D; (4)–C; (5)–C; (6)–D; (7)–D; (8)–D; (9)–D; (10)–D