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## Water: A Precious Resource Class 7 MCQs Questions with Answers

Question 1.
On which day the world water day is celebrated?
(a) 23rd March
(b) 22nd March
(c) 21st March
(d) None of these

Question 2.
Which year was observed as International Year of Fresh Water?
(a) 2003
(b) 2004
(c) 2006
(d) 2002

Question 3.
Which of the following does not show water shortage?
(a) Taps running dry
(b) Long queue for getting water
(c) Marches and protests for demand of water
(d) A family gets three buckets of water per person per day

Answer: (d) A family gets three buckets of water per person per day

Question 4.
Seas and oceans are full of water on earth. However, a very small percentage of water present on earth is available for us. This percentage is roughly
(a) 0.006%
(b) 0.06%
(c) 0.6%
(d) 6%

Question 5.
Which of the following is a way to use water economically?
(a) construction of bawris
(b) Rainwater harvesting
(c) Drip irrigation
(d) Infiltration

Question 6.
On which of the following day is World Water Day observed
(a) 22 March
(b) 14 November
(c) 2 October
(d) 21 December

Question 7.
The amount of water recommended by the United Nations for drinking, washing, cooking and maintaining proper hygiene per person per day is a minimum of
(a) 5 litres
(b) 15 litres
(c) 30 litres
(d) 50 litres

Question 8.
“Every Drop Counts” is a slogan related to
(a) counting of drops of any liquid
(b) counting of water drops
(c) importance of water
(d) importance of counting

Question 9.
Water cycle does not involve which of the following?
(a) Evaporation
(b) Condensation
(c) Formation of clouds
(d) Rainwater harvesting

Question 10.
Which of the following inhibits the seepage of rainwater into ground?
(a) A pukka floor
(b) playground
(c) Grass lawn
(d) Forest land

Match the following:

 Column A Column B (i) Solid (а) Water under water table (ii) Liquid (b) Traditional way of collecting water (iii) Gas (c) Water between the hard rocks (iv) Groundwater (d) Ice, snow (v) Aquifer (e) Water in ponds, rivers, oceans (vi) Bawri (f) Water vapour

 Column A Column B (i) Solid (d) Ice, snow (ii) Liquid (e) Water in ponds, rivers, oceans (iii) Gas (f) Water vapour (iv) Groundwater (а) Water under water table (v) Aquifer (c) Water between the hard rocks (vi) Bawri (b) Traditional way of collecting water

Fill in the blanks:

1. Water on the earth has been maintained for millions of years by various processes which make ………………..

2. the ……………….. form of water is the water vapour.

3. The ……………….. in the soil indicates the presence of under groundwater.

4. The process of ……………….. of water into the ground is called infiltration.

5. Water in the ……………….. can be easily pumped out with the help of tube wells or handpumps.

6. ……………….. was the traditional way of collecting water.

Choose the true and false statements from the following:

1. The water that is fit for use is called fresh water.

2. The water table varies from place to place and it may even change at a given place.

3. The water found above the water table is called groundwater.

4. Drip irrigation has a disadvantage that it is associated with huge loss of water.

5. Water is essential for all living beings.