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  • 1. 1. WHAT IS THE SOLAR SYSTEM MADE UP OF? a) Of the Sun b) Of the planets c) Of the satellites d) Of the Sun and the planets

2. 2. HOW MANY PLANETS ARE THERE IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM? a) Six b) Two c) Eight d) Five 3. 3. WHAT OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS FALSE? a) The Earth is a planet b) The Sun is a star c) The Moon isnt a satellite d) Saturn is a planet 4. 4. WHAT ARE THE COMETS MADE UP OF? a) Of water and ice b) Of ice and dust c) Of air and ice d) Of dust and water 5. 5. WHAT ARE THE INNER PLANETS? a) They are far from the Earth b) They are close to the Sun c) They have a tail d) They are satellites 6. 6. THE EARTH HAS ONE SATELLITE,WHICH IS a) The Moon b) Mars c) Uranus d) Jupiter 7. 7. WHERE IS THE ASTEROID BELT? a) Between Uranus and Mars b) In Jupiter c) Between Mars and Jupiter d) In Saturn 8. 8. CHOOSE THE TRUE STATEMENT a) Asteroids arent made of rock b) Comets are made of ice c) Satellites dont move around planets d) The planets move around the Sun 9. 9. WHAT ARE METEOROIDS? a) Satellites b) Planets c) Small asteroids d) Comets 10. 10. Meteroids that land on Earth can create.. a) Satellites b) Craters c) Planets d) Belts 11. 11. THE LINES OF LATITUDE GO . a) Around the Earth b) From pole to pole c) Around the Sun d) From the Sun to the Earth 12. 12. CHOOSE THE FALSE STATEMENT a) The Earth moves in one way b) The Earth is round c) The lines of longitude are imaginary lines d) The lines of latitude are parallel circles 13. 13. HOW LONG IS A YEAR? a) 6 hours b) 24 hours c) One week d) 365 days 14. 14. WHAT CAUSES THE DIFFERENT SEASONS? a)The latitude b) The Sun c) The rotation on its axis d) The Moon 15. 15. THE EARTH .THE SUN a) Orbits b) Moves c) Goes d) Turns 16. 16. WHAT CAUSES DAY AND NIGHT? a) The Sun b) The Moon c) The Earths rotation d) The heat 17. 17. CHOOSE THE FALSE STATEMENT a) In winter the days are longer in the northern hemisphere b) In summer the days are longer in the northern hemisphere c) In winter the days are shorter in the northern hemisphere d) In summer its hot 18. 18. THE MOON TAKES . TO COMPLETE ONE ORBIT OF THE EARTH a) 28 days b) One week c) One year d) One day 19. 19. THE PHASES OF THE MOON ARE a) 6 b) 8 c) 4 d) 3 20. 20. IN THE FULL MOON. a)The Moon isnt illuminated b)The Moon is partially illuminated c)The Moon isnt partially illuminated d)The Moon is totally illuminated 21. 21. WHAT IS AIR? a)It is a mixture of gases b)It is a mixture of ice c)It is a mixture of water d)It is a mixture of rocks 22. 22. WHAT ARE THE TWO MAIN GASES IN AIR? a)Nitrogen and oxygen b) Water and vapour c) Breeze and nitrogen d) Carbon dioxide and nitrogen 23. 23. CHOOSE THE TRUE STATEMENT a) Air hasnt weight b) Air has taste c) Air has colour d) Air occupies space 24. 24. THE ATMOSPHERE CAUSES a) Day and night b) The different seasons c) The poles d) Weather conditions 25. 25. THE ATMOSPHERE IS A LAYER OF SURROUNDING THE EARTH a) Water b) Ice c) Air d) Rock 26. 26. WHAT IS WIND? a)It is moving land b)It is moving water c)It is moving ice d)It is moving air 27. 27. CHOOSE THE FALSE STATEMENT a) Breeze is a light wind b) Hurricane is a light wind c) Hurricane is a very strong wind d) Hurricane can blow down trees 28. 28. WHICH GAS DO WE TAKE FROM THE AIR WHEN WE BREATHE? a) Water vapour b) Nitrogen c) Carbon dioxide d) Oxygen 29. 29. PLANTS RELEASE. a)Nitrogen b)Water vapour c) Carbon dioxide d) Oxygen 30. 30. PLANTS BREATHE THROUGH THEIR LEAVES BY TAKING a) Water vapour b) Oxygen c) Nitrogen d) Carbon dioxide 31. 31.PLANTS MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD IN A PROCESS CALLED. a)Breeze b) Photosynthesis c) Hurricane d) Nitrogen 32. 32. WHAT DO HUMANS NEED TO LIVE? a) Air b) Land c) Snow d) Fire 33. 33. FISH NEED. TO BREATHE a) Nitrogen b) Oxygen c) Water d) Land 34. 34. HUMANS MUST CARRY SPECIAL EQUIPMENT IN ORDER TO BREATHE a) Under water b) Out in the space c) A and b d) In town 35. 35. WE BREATHE BY ABSORBING .FROM THE AIR a) Nitrogen b) Oxygen c) Water vapour d) Carbon dioxide 36. 36. PLANTS MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD BY PRODUCING a) Nitrogen b) Water vapour c) Oxygen d) Carbon dioxide 37. 37. AIR HAS PROPERTIES a) Two b) Five c) Six d) Three 38. 38. AIR DOESNT HAVE ANY TASTE OR. a) Colour b) Place c) Weight d) Height 39. 39. AIR MAKES UP THE a) Moon b) Earth c) Atmosphere d) Nitrosphere 40. 40. OUR BODY HAS THE ENERGY TO LIVE WITH a) Food and air b) Water vapour and food c) Nitrogen and wine d) Air and carbon dioxide 41. 41. ALL THE WEATHER ON THE EARTH HAPPENS IN THE a)Moon b) Land c) Atmosphere d) Nitrosphere 42. 42. PEOPLE WHO STUDY THE WEATHER ARE CALLED a) Teachers b) Carpenters c) Doctors d) Meteorologists 43. 43. WHAT IS THE LAYER OF AIR THAT SURROUNDS THE EARTH? a) Atmosphere b) Nitrosphere c) Water vapour d) Carbon dioxide 44. 44. THE MAIN FEATURES OF THE WEATHER ARE a) Two b) Five c) Six d) Eight 45. 45. TEMPERATURE INDICATES.. a) How cold or hot the air is b) How light the air is c) How heavy the air is d) How clean the air is 46. 46. HUMIDITY INDICATES THE AMOUNT OF a) Carbon dioxide in the air b) Water vapour in the air c) Oxygen in the air d) Nitrogen in the air 47. 47. WIND IS. a) Hot air b) Cold air c) Moving air d) Fresh air 48. 48. ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE IS. a) The weight of the Atmospheres air b) The colour c) The shape d) The smell 49. 49. CHANGES IN THE ATMOSPHERE CAUSE DIFFERENT TYPES OF a) Humidity b) Pressure c) Precipitation d) Weather 50. 50. WHAT ARE CLOUDS MADE UP OF? a) Ice b) Water vapour c) Frozen water d) Hot water 51. 51. HOW MANY TYPES OF CLOUDS ARE THERE? a) Five b) Six c) Four d) Two 52. 52. PRECIPITATIONS CAN BE a) Water b) Wind c) Rain, snow or hail d) Pressure 53. 53. DRIZZLE HAS a) Very small light drops b) Very big heavy drops c) Enormous drops d) Snowflakes 54. 54. DOWNPOUR IS.. a) Very light rain b) Very heavy rain c) Very fresh rain d) Very hot rain 55. 55. THE THREE TYPES OF RAIN ARE a) Snow,hail,rain b) Hail,drizzle,snow c) Drizzle, rain, downpour d) Drizzle, air , ice 56. 56. HAIL CONSISTS OF a) Small balls of air b) Small balls of water c) Small balls of wind d) Small balls of ice 57. 57. A THERMOMETER MESURES. a) The air humidity b) The air pressure c) The air temperature d) The air weight 58. 58. AN ANEMOMETER MEASURES a) Rain speed b) Snow speed c) Wind speed d) Water speed 59. 59. PEOPLE WHO STUDY WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE a) Teachers b) Meteorologists c) Doctors d) Carpenters 60. 60. NIMBUS, CUMULUS AND STRATUS ARE TYPES OF a) Rain b) Clouds c) Snow d) Wind 61. 61. LANDSCAPES THAT HUMANS HAVE NOT CHANGED ARE. a) Natural landscapes b) Fresh landscapes c) Old landscapes d) New landscapes 62. 62. EROSION CONSISTS OF a) Water and wind move soil from high areas to low areas b) Rain and snow c) Wind and trees d) Clouds and snow 63. 63. RELIEF IN A LANDSCAPE CAN BE a) Mountainous or flat b) Small or big c) Wide or narrow d) Dry or wet 64. 64. THERE IS WATER IN A LANDSCAPE MAINLY IN a) A glass b) A bottle c) Rivers, lakes and seas d) A shoe 65. 65. WHAT IS FAUNA? a) All of the animals that live in a landscape b) All of the humans beings c) All of the alive beings d) All of the plants 66. 66. AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPES ARE a) Natural landscapes that humans have changed b) Old landscapes c) New landscapes d) Little landscapes 67. 67. THE MAIN FEATURES OF AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPE ARE a) Seas and lakes b) Houses and trees c) Fields, villages and roads d) Plants and animals 68. 68. INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPES ARE a) New landscapes b) Landscapes with industrial activities c) Old landscapes d) Little landscapes 69. 69. THE FEATURES OF INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPES ARE a) Factories and means of transport b) Fields and trees c) Houses and villages d) Roads and sea 70. 70. WHAT ARE THE MAIN TYPES OF CROPS? a) Little and big crops b) Fields and seas c) Lakes and trees d) Irrigated crops and dry crops 71. 71. CHOOSE TWO EXAMPLES OF IRRIGATED CROPS a) Tomato and wheat b) Pepper and barley c) Onion and corn d) Lettuce and spinach 72. 72. CHOOSE TWO EXAMPLES OF DRY CROPS a) Onion and pepper b) Lettuce and carrot c) Barley and wheat d) Tomato and onion 73. 73. URBAN LANDSCAPES ARE a)Factories and houses b) Lakes and seas c) Trees and plants d) Towns and cities 74. 74. URBAN LANDSCAPES HAVE DIFFERENT a) Shape and weight b) Climates and locations c) Height and temperature d) Pressure and Wind 75. 75. PEOPLE IN CITIES WORK AND LIVE IN a) Farms b) Villages c) Buildings d) Roads 76. 76. CHOOSE TWO EXAMPLES OF HISTORIC BUILDINGS a) Street and avenue b) Square and park c) Village and road d) Church and palace 77. 77. NEIGHBOURHOOD IS THE SAME AS a) Village b) Road c) Area d) Church 78. 78. WHAT IS VEGETATION? a) All the animals that live in a natural landscape b) All the alive beings c) All the human beings d) All the plants 79. 79. THE MAIN FEATURES OF AN URBAN LANDSCAPE ARE a) Fields and lakes b) Streets and roads c) Villages and buildings d) Streets, buildings and neighbourhoods 80. 80. CHOOSE THE FALSE ANSWER a) Street is an urban feature b) Factory is an industrial feature c) Road is an industrial feature d) Building is an urban feature 81. 81. WHAT IS A HABITAT? a) The place where a living thing lives b) Where a rock lives c) Where a lake lives d) Where a wind lives 82. 82. SAY TWO LIVING THINGS IN A HABITAT a) Rock and tree b) Fish and air c) Bush and lake d) Bird and tree 83. 83. CHOOSE TWO NON LIVING THINGS IN A HABITAT a) Lake and plant b) Cat and sea c) Wind and lake d) Dog and fish 84. 84. PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT INCLUDES a) Non-living and living things b) Only living things c) Only non-living things d) All are false 85. 85. THE LIVING THINGS NEED TO GROW AND LIVE a) Water b) Air c) Temperature d) All are true 86. 86. WHAT DO ALL LIVING THINGS NEED? a) Water b) Shoes c) Cars d) Rock 87. 87. WHAT DO LIVING THINGS GET FROM THE AIR? a) Nitrogen b) Water vapour c) Oxygen d) All are true 88. 88. WHAT DO PLANTS GET FROM SOIL? a) Light b) Water c) Mineral salts d) B and c are correct 89. 89. WHY DO LIVING THINGS NEED LIGHT? BECAUSE a) Plants need sunlight to make their food b) Most animals have eyes and need light to see c) A and b are true d) A and b are false 90. 90. THE BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT CONSISTS OF a) All the living things in a habitat b) All the non-living things in a habitat c) A and b are false d) A and b are true 91. 91. WHAT DOES A FOOD CHAIN SHOW US? a) What the animals in a place eat b) What the plants in a place eat c) A and b are true d) A and b are false 92. 92. CHOOSE AN EXAMPLE OF FOOD CHAIN a) Rabbit-mineral salt-carrot b) Carrot-Rabbit-mineral salt c) Rabbit-carrot-mineral salt d) All are false 93. 93. WHAT DO PLANTS COMPETE FOR? a) Light b) Water c) Light , water and mineral salts d) All are false 94. 94. WHY DO LIVING THINGS COOPERATE? BECAUSE a) They work together b) To find food c) To defend themselves against their enemies d) All are true 95. 95. ITS FEET ARE ADAPTED TO LIVE IN WATER a) Duck b) Polar bear c) Dog d) Camel 96. 96. IT CAN LIVE A LONG TIME WITHOUT FOOD a) Dog b) Camel c) Cat d) Duck 97. 97. WHAT IS A BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITY? a) Living things that live and interact in a particular place b) Living and non-living things that live and interact ina particular place c) All are true d) All are false 98. 98. WHAT IS AN ECOSYSTEM? a) Is a physical environment b) Is a biological community c) A and b are true d) A and b are false 99. 99. WHICH HUMAN ACTIVITIES AFFECT ECOSYSTEMS DIRECTLY? a) Hunting b) Fishing c) Cutting down trees d) All are true 100. 100. NAME THREE TYPES OF POLLUTION a) Air pollution b) Water pollution c) Soil pollution d) All are true