CBSE Class 7 Geography - Settlement Transport and Communication

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CBSE Class 7 Geography - Settlement Transport and Communication

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Geo Settlement Transport and Communication

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1.What do you understand by the term 'settlement'?

2.What are the major activities practiced by the rural people?

3.How will you define 'communication'?

4.What do you understand by the term 'mass media'?

5.What is Wet Point Settlement?

6.Why do we study human settlement in geography?

7.What does the term 'Pass' denote in geography?

8.Which is the highest roadways in the world?

(A) Manali - Leh highway (B) Golden Quadrilateral

(C) Express ways (D) Lahasa

9.What is/are the characteristic(s) of houses in places of heavy rainfall and where water

accumulates in rainy season?

(A) Houses have slanting roofs. (B) Houses are constructed on a raised platform

or stilts.

(C) Both 'a' and 'b' (D) None of them

10.Which highway connects Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai?

(A) Express Ways (B) Golden Quadrilateral

(C) National Highway 1 (D) National Highway 2

11.Which kind of engine has been replaced by Diesel and Electric engines?

(A) Steam engines (B) Petrol engines (C) CNG engines (D)

None of them

12.Which country's railway network is the largest in Asia?

(A) Japan (B) China (C) India (D) Pakistan

13.Which means of transport can be metalled and unmetalled?

(A) Railways (B) Waterways (C) Roadways (D) Airways

14.What is the one word for the roads built underground?

(A) Under paths (B) Subways (C) Both 'a' and 'b' (D) None of them

15.What is the drawback of Airways as a transport?

(A) It is very expensive. (B) It can crash anytime.

(C) It cannot fly every time. (D) It is very time consuming.

16.In the Andes Mountains of South America, ________ are used as a mode of transport

(A) Yaks (B) Llamas (C) Camels (D) Mules

17.What made transport easier?

(A) Invention of wheel (B) Invention of phone (C) Invention of bulb (D)

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