• # question_answer Why do we always see a lightning before we hear thunder? A) because lightning occurs first. B) because light travels faster than sound. C) because thunder occurs late. D) because sound travels fester than light.

The speed of light $(3\times {{10}^{8}}\text{m/s})$ is more than speed of sound 332 m/s in air. So, we can see lightning before we hear thunder.