# Solid, Liquid and Gases Worksheet-7

Solid, Liquid and Gases Worksheet-7

Multiple-Choice Question:

1. Which of the following process takes place when liquid changes into solid form?

A. Freezing

B. Condensation

C. Evaporation

1. The process of changing a ______into solid is called freezing.

A. Solid              B. Liquid            C. Gas

1. The process of changing a liquid into ______ is called freezing.

A. Solid              B. Liquid            C. Gas

1. I put some ice cubes in my juice. They disappeared after some time. Where did they go?

A. The ice cubes melted

B. The ice cubes evaporated

C. The ice cubes condensed

1. Rohit's ice cream melted on his way back from the shop to his home. Can you suggest a way to change it back to solid form?

A. Keep the ice cream in freezer.

B. Keep the ice cream as it is.

C. Keep the ice cream in the bowl.

1. My mother put wet clothes in the sun after washing them. The clothes became dry after a few hours. How do you think this happened? Which process took place?

A. Evaporation

B. Condensation

C. Freezing

Multiple choice questions: (with more than one option)

1. Tick the states of matter.

A. Solid              B. Liquid            C. Gas                 D. Plasma

E. Milk               F. Biscuit

1. Water exists in how many forms?

A. Solid              B. Liquid            C. Gas                 D. Plasma

E. Milk               F. Biscuit

1. Mark the things that have fixed shape.

A. Pen                 B. Pencil            C. Eraser           D. Coconut water

E. Milk               F. Fruit juice

1. Tick the substances that easily take the shape of the container they are poured in.

A. Water            B. Oil                  C. Milk               D. Pen

E. Bag                 F. Sharpener

1. In nature, the sun heats the water in:

A. ponds             B. lakes              C. rivers             D. Water bottle

E. Purifier

1. Mark the gases.

A. Oxygen                                       B. Water vapour

C. Steam                                         D. Milk

E. Water                                         F. Juice

1. Which of the following statement/s is/ are true for air?

A. Air is a mixture of many gases.

B. Air moves from one place to another.

C. Moving air is wind.

D. Air is a liquid.

E. Air can be seen.

1. A
2. B
3. A
4. A
5. A
6. A
7. A,B,C
8. A,B,C
9. A,B,C
10. A,B,C
11. A,B,C
12. A,B,C
13. A,B,C