CBSE Class 7 Geography Worksheet (7) - Human Environment

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CBSE Class 7 Geography Worksheet (7) - Human Environment - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 





Q1 What is settlement? Explain permanent and temporary settlement?

Q2.Define site, transhumance ?

Q3 Write a short note on transport.

Q4. Write short notes on the following:-

        a) roadways

        b) railways

        c) waterways

Q5. Explain how advancement in communication has brought about an information revolution in the world?

Q6 What are the advantages of rail transport?

Q7. On world map, mark important ports, airways cities of the world?

Q9. Write true or false:-

       a) settlements existed on the earth and man started living on it.

       b) Urban settlements extend from small town to metropolis.

       c) In rural settlements people face problems of pollution.

       d) Pipeline is appropriate method of carrying mineral oil.

       e) London, New York, Mumbai, Tokyo, Singapore, hongkong, trans Siberian railway, longest and shortest sea route from Mumbai to Capetown

Q10.Why is rice the main crop cultivated in the ganga-brahmaputra basin?

Q11. Discuss in class the different human activities which cause river pollution and what steps can you take individually and collectively.


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