TET Practice Paper Set-09

(Environmental Science Paper-1)

1. When starch is present in a food item, a test with iodine solution gives _______ colour.
(a) Brown
(b) Dark blue 
(c) Dark red
(d) Orange – red

2. Which of the following is NOT a mineral?
(a) Sodium
(b) Iron
(c) Water 
(d) Calcium

3. Prolonged deficiency of proteins in a person’s diet causes:
(a) Scurvy
(b) Kwashiorkor 
(c) Beri - Beri
(d) Muscle cramps

4. Which of the following are essential for the formation and maintenance of bones?
(a) Calcium, phosphorus and Vitamin D 
(b) Calcium, Iron and sodium
(c) Phosphorus, fats and starch
(d) Vitamin D, iodine and glucose

5. Vitamin C is plentiful in:
(a) Lemon 
(b) Rice
(c) Ghee
(d) Iodized salt

6. Having excessive fats in one’s diet for a long time may lead to:
(a) Kwashiorkor
(b) Night - blindness
(c) Weakness
(d) Obesity 

7. Which of the following is rich in fats?
(a) Guava
(b) Amla
(c) Ghee 
(d) Carrots

8. Eggs are rich in:
(a) Water
(b) Vitamin C
(c) Proteins 
(d) Iodine

9. Blood is filtered in the
(a) Heart
(b) Kidneys 
(c) Stomach
(d) Small intestine

10. Before being sent out of the body, urine is temporarily stored in:
(a) The kidneys
(b) The urethra
(c) The urinary bladder 
(d) The anus

11. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
(a) Digestion does not take place in the gullet
(b) Saliva is a digestive juice
(c) The digestion of food is completed in the stomach 
(d) Our tongue helps to mix food with saliva in the mouth

12. The tube the food travels down to enter the stomach is called the _______.
(a) Anus
(b) Gullet 
(c) Small intestine
(d) Large intestine

13. What does the small intestine absorb into the body?
(a) Waste materials
(b) Water
(c) Digested food 
(d) Blood

14. What does the large intestine absorb?
(a) Digested food
(b) Undigested food
(c) Water 
(d) Blood

15. The windpipe is a tube that leads to the _______
(a) Lungs 
(b) Stomach
(c) Heart
(d) Small intestine

16. What of the following pumps blood to all parts of the body?
(a) Blood vessels
(b) Lungs
(c) Stomach
(d) Heart 

17. Which of the following is used to listen to heartbeat?
(a) Stethoscope 
(b) Thermometer
(c) Raingauge
(d) Barometer

18. Which of the following statements about force is NOT true?
(a) It can seen but cannot be felt 
(b) It is needed to make a stationary object move
(c) It can make a moving object stop
(d) It can change the speed of a moving object

19. Two forces A and B are acting one a box as shown below.

The box does not move because:
(a) Force A is greater than force B
(b) Force B is greater than force A
(c) Both forces are equal 
(d) Bothe forces are acting in the same direction

20. The capacity to do work is called:
(a) Force
(b) Energy 
(c) Machine
(d) Movement

21. If one is able to move the table through a distance, then ________ is said to be done.
(a) Work 
(b) Force
(c) Energy
(d) Muscles

22. To do work, we need:
(a) Force
(b) Energy 
(c) Hands
(d) Muscles

23. Anshika pushed a wall but failed to move it. Then:
(a) Energy is not spent but work is done
(b) Energy is spent but work is not done 
(c) Energy is not spent and work is not done
(d) Energy is spent is spent and work is done

24. The amount of space taken up by matter is called its:
(a) Shape
(b) Mass
(c) Width
(d) Volume 

25. Which of the following things is waterproof?
(a) Piece of chalk
(b) Brick
(c) Candle 
(d) Wooden plank

26. A liquid is different from a solid in that it has _______
(a) A definite shape
(b) A definite volume
(c) No definite shape 
(d) No definite volume

27. Which of the following is NOT a solid?
(a) Honey 
(b) Cotton wool
(c) Flour
(d) Plastic

28. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
(a) A liquid can flow
(b) A gas takes the shape of its container
(c) A brick can change its shape but cannot be broken into little pieces 
(d) A solid has a definite volume

29. The solid which dissolves in a liquid is called:
(a) Solute 
(b) Solvent
(c) Solution
(d) Mixture

30. The homogeneous mixture to two or more substances is called:
CTET Practice Papers, TET Guess Papers, NET, HTET, PSTET, UPTET, KTET Online free Paper, PDF Download Study Material.(a) Solute
(b) Solvent
(c) Solution 
(d) Mixture 

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