TET Practice Paper Set-07

(Environmental Science Paper-1)

1. Gases:
(a) Have mass
(b) Occupy volume
(c) Exert pressure
(d) All of the above (answer)

2. The earth is:
(a) Straight
(b) Tilted by and angle of 15°
(c) Tilted by an angle of 23° 1/2 (answer)
(d) At 90°

3. Mars is called the:
(a) Red planet. (answer)
(b) Blue planet
(c) Green planet.
(d) Yellow planet.

4. During photosynthesis plants take in ________ while giving out_______
(a) Hydrogen, water
(b) Carbon dioxide, oxygen (answer)
(c) Oxygen, carbon dioxide
(d) None of these

5. Which of the following is used by our muscles to grow stronger:
(a) Proteins (answer)
(b) Carbohydrates
(c) Fats
(d) Minerals

6. Aeroplanes are made in the shape of birds i.e. streamlined, to:
(a) Reduce air resistance or friction (answer)
(b) Increase air resistance or friction
(c) To increase the air lift.
(d) To ensure safety.

7. Fleece is:
(a) The feather of birds
(b) A kind of mites
(c) The scales of snakes
(d) The coat of sheep (answer)

8. Only ________ coloured plants can manufacture their own food
(a) Brown
(b) Red
(c) Green (answer)
(d) Black

9. Which of the following is not a root?
(a) Carrot
(b) Radish
(c) Potato (answer)
(d) Turnip

10. The down feathers of a bird help it in:
(a) Flying
(b) Keeping it warm (answer)
(c) Gliding & changing directions
(d) Landing

11. Which of the following have just one seed?
(a) Mango
(b) Coconut
(c) Grapes
(d) All of the above (answer)

12. A hydrogen balloon rises up because:
(a) Hydrogen is lighter than air. (answer)
(b) Hydrogen is heavier than air.
(c) Air and hydrogen are of the same weight
(d) None of these

13. Match the following:
(a) Heart (i) Expand & contract
(b) Friction (ii) Necessary evil
(c) Condensation (iii) Pump
(d) Lungs (iv) Cooling of gas into liquid
Which of the following is the correct match?
(a) a-ii, b-i, c-iii, d-iv
(b) a-iii, b-ii, c-iv, d-i (answer)
(c) a-iii, b-i, c-ii, d-iv
(d) a-i, b-ii, c-iv, d-iii

14. We hear the thunder after seeing the lightening, though both of them take place at the same time. This happens because:
(a) Light travels slower than sound.
(b) Sound travels faster than light.
(c) Sound & light travel at the same speed
(d) Sound travels slower than light (answer)

15. The third biggest planet is our solar system is:
(a) Earth
(b) Saturn
(c) Neptune (answer)
(d) Pluto

16. Study the food chain carefully:
Insects < frogs < snakes
If insects were absent in this chain what would have happened to frogs & snakes?
(a) Both would die
(b) Only frogs will die (answer)
(c) Only snakes will die
(d) None of the above

17. Which of the senses do the snakes depend on most to detect a prey or danger?
(a) Smell (answer)
(b) Sight
(c) Touch
(d) Taste

18. The period of revolution of mars is _______ to/ than that of earth
(a) More
(b) Less (answer)
(c) Equal
(d) None of the above

19. First aid is:
(a) A treatment procedure followed by doctors
(b) An aid when an enemy country attacks us
(c) An aid for the handicapped
(d) A treatment for the people in the time between an accident & medical care by doctors (answer)

20. Hookworm is an example of:
(a) A herbivore
(b) A carnivore
(c) An omnivore
(d) A parasite (answer)

21. In most of the desert plants, leaves are modified into:
(a) Flowers
(b) Stem
(c) Aerial roots
(d) Spines (answer)

22. Which of the following are most likely to have needle-shaped leaves?
(a) The plants in deserts
(b) The plants in marshy areas
(c) The plants in plains
(d) The plants in hilly areas (answer)

23. The animals which can live in water as well as on land are called:
(a) Aerial animals
(b) Arboreal animals
(c) Amphibians (answer)
(d) Herbivores

24. Animals that eat only the flesh of other animals are called:
(a) Omnivores
(b) Herbivores
(c) Carnivores (answer)
(d) Parasites

25. Which of the following plants traps insects?
(a) Water lily
(b) Deodar
(c) Pitcher plant (answer)
(d) Sugarcane

26. Snails are:
(a) Amphibians
(b) Aquatic animals (answer)
(c) Arboreal animals
(d) Terrestrial animals

27. Which of the following is a plant that grows in hot and damp places?
(a) Coconut (answer)
(b) Cedar
(c) Cactus
(d) Deodar

28. The animals which live mainly on trees are called:
(a) Aerial animals
(b) Aquatic animals
(c) Arboreal animals (answer)
(d) Amphibious animals

29. Which of the following is aquatic?
(a) Pigeon
(b) Monkey
(c) Salamander
(d) Hydrilla (answer)
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30. Secondary consumers are also known as:
(a) Herbivores
(b) Carnivores (answer)
(c) Plants
(d) Decomposers 

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