# 6th Class Science Natural Phenomena: Rain, Thunder and Lightning Question Bank

### done Natural Phenomena: Rain, Thunder and Lightning

• A) freezing

B) evaporation

C) melting

D) condensation

• A) in glaciers

B) in lakes

C) in rivers

D) in oceans

• A) volcanoes

B) lightning

C) the sun

D) wind

• A) evaporation

B) condensation

C) precipitation

D) freezing

• A) evaporate into the air

B) travel deeper into the soil

C) change into a solid

D) fall from clouds as rain

• A) rainfall that evaporates quickly

B) rainfall that runs off the land quickly

C) rainfall that soaks into the soil slowly

D) very little rainfall

• A) the shape or size of the container

B) where it has been stored

C) if it is being used for irrigation

D) temperature

• A) condensation

B) sublimation

C) freezing

D) precipitation

• A) when cloud is forming

B) when ocean water changes into water vapour

C) when water flowing down a river

D) when underground water soaking into rocks and soil

• A) dust

B) water droplets

C) water vapour

D) ice

• A) 2

B) 3

C) 4

D) 6

• A) condensation

B) evaporation

C) precipitation

D) the Sun

• A) Frost

B) Rain

C) Ice

D) Steam

• A) it evaporates and is blown by the wind

B) it evaporates and forms clouds

C) it condenses then precipitates

D) it stick to any warm surface it comes in contact with

• A) cold rainy day

B) cold sunny day

C) warm rainy day

D) warm sunny day

• A) 97%

B) 50%

C) 3%

D) 1%

• A) condensation

B) evaporation

C) precipitation

D) erosion

• A) Yes

B) No

C) Sometimes

D) Cannot say

•  Column - I Column - II A. Lightning (p) collection of tiny water droplets B. Thunder (q) falling of water from the sky C. Clouds (r) loud sound with lightning D. Rain (s) flash of light

A) $A\to (p);B\to (r);C\to (s):D\to (q)$

B) $A\to (s);B\to (r);C\to (p):D\to (q)$

C) $A\to (p);B\to (s);C\to (r):D\to (q)$

D) $A\to (s);B\to (p);C\to (r):D\to (q)$

•  Column-I Column-II A. Process of freezing results (p) water to ice B. Process of boiling results (q) steam to water C. Process of melting results (r) water to steam D. Process of condensation results (s) ice to water

A) $A\to (p);B\to (s);C\to (r):D\to (q)$

B) $A\to (p);B\to (q);C\to (r):D\to (s)$

C) $A\to (p);B\to (r);C\to (s):D\to (q)$

D) $A\to (q);B\to (s);C\to (r):D\to (p)$

• A) negative charge

B) positive charge

C) both (a) and (b)

D) neither (a) nor (b)

• A) to stay indoors

B) to stay near open doors and windows

C) to avoid contact with electrical appliances

D) both (a) and (c)

• A) only

B) and (2)

C) (1), (2) and (3)

D) (2) and (3)

• A) only (1)

B) only (2)

C) both (1) and (2)

D) neither (1) nor (2)

• A) evaporation

B) condensation

C) precipitation

D) water cycle

• A) hail

B) rain

C) drops

D) all of these

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Statement (i) is correct while statement (ii) is incorrect.

B) Statement (ii) is correct while statement (i) is incorrect.

C) Both statements are correct

D) Both statements are incorrect.

• A) Statement (i) is correct while statement (ii) is incorrect.

B) Statement (ii) is correct while statement (i) is incorrect.

C) Both statements are correct

D) Both statements are incorrect.

• A) open field

B) inside a house

C) bus stop

D) elevated ridge

• A) negatively charged

B) positively charged

C) neutral

D) None of these

• A) Thomas Alva Edison

B) Franklin D. Roosevelt

C) Benjamin Franklin

D) Issac Newton

• A) earthing

B) discharging

C) transferring

D) charging

• A) not hold any metallic pipes

B) stand under a tree if in a plain area

C) remove all metallic objects from our pockets if in a plain area.

D) disconnect all electrical appliances connected to external antenna.

• A) condensation

B) precipitation

C) freezing

D) transpiration

• A) because lightning occurs first.

B) because light travels faster than sound.

C) because thunder occurs late.

D) because sound travels fester than light.

• A) sharp crakle

B) low rumble

C) loud crash

D) feeble crash

• A) rain forests

B) snow forests

C) rain guages

D) flood forests

• A) 1 only

B) 2 only

C) both (1) and (2)

D) neither (1) nor (2)

• A) water vapour

B) snow

C) hail

D) cloud

• A) steam

B) snow

C) hail

D) rain

• A) Reengage

C) pH meter

D) Hydrometer

• A) it is true

B) it is false

C) maybe

D) may not be

• A) condensation

B) evaporation

C) precipitation

D) the water cycle has no beginning or end.

• A) getting rid of water

B) recycling water

C) using up all of our water

D) cleaning our water

• A) collection

B) evaporation

C) condensation

D) precipitation

• A) plants

B) electric shocks

C) animals

D) the sun

•  Column-I Column-II A. Upper edge of clouds (p) hail B. Lower edge of clouds (q) water vapour C. Gaseous state of water (r) having excess of positive charges D. Falling of ice crystals on earth (s) having excess of negative charges

A) $A\to (p);B\to (q);C\to (r);D\to (s)$

B) $A\to (r);B\to (s);C\to (q);D\to (p)$

C) $A\to (r);B\to (p);C\to (q);D\to (q)$

D) $A\to (r);B\to (q);C\to (s);D\to (p)$

•  Column - I Column - II A. Water cycle (p) falls in very cold regions B. Clouds (q) made of metals. C. Snow or hail (r) Natural circuit of water in its different states D. Lightning conductor (s)condensed form of water vapour

A) $A\to (r);B\to (s);C\to (p);D\to (q)$

B) $A\to (s);B\to (r);C\to (q);D\to (p)$

C) $A\to (r);B\to (s);C\to (q);D\to (p)$

D) $A\to (p);B\to (q);C\to (r);D\to (s)$

• A) from A to B

B) from B to C

C) from C to D

D) from D to A

• A) from A to B

B) from B to C

C) from C to D

D) from D to A

• A) from A to B

B) from B to C

C) from C to D

D) from D to A

• A) metal

B) plastic

C) insulator

D) wood

• A) to protect buildings from rain

B) to protect buildings from effects of lightning

C) to protect buildings from thunder.

D) all of these

• A) Benjamin Franklin

B) Albert Einstein

C) Issac Newton

D) Franklin D. Roosevelt

• A) Electric

B) Magnetic

C) Geothennal

D) Nuclear

• A) speed of sound is greater than the speed of light in air.

B) speed of light is greater than the speed of sound in air.

C) lightning restrict the speed of sound

D) None of these

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Statement (i) and (iii) are incorrect while statement (ii) is correct.

B) Statement (i) and (ii) are incorrect while (iii) is correct.

C) All the statements are correct.

D) All the statements are incorrect.

• A) Statement (i) and (iii) are incorrect while statement (ii) is correct.

B) Statement (i) and (ii) are incorrect while (iii) is correct.

C) All the statements are correct.

D) All the statements are incorrect.