MCQ Questions for Class 6 Science: Ch 3 Fibre to Fabric

MCQ Questions for Class 6 Science: Ch 3 Fibre to Fabric

1. Which one of the following is not a natural fibre
(a) Nylon
(b) Cotton
(c) Flax
(d) Jute
► (a) Nylon

2. The seed of cotton is called
(a) Bolus
(b) Ginny
(c) Binola
(d) Silver
► (c) Binola

3. Which of the following processes involves conversion of yarn into cloth?
(a) Carding
(b) Weaving
(c) Spinning
(d) Dyeing
► (b) Weaving

4. Sweater used in winter is made up of
(a) Cotton
(b) Jute
(c) Wool
(d) Silk
► (c) Wool

5. First man-made synthetic fibre is
(a) Cotton
(b) Nylon
(c) Rayon
(d) Polyester
► (b) Nylon

6. Fibre obtained from plants and animals are called
(a) Animal fibre
(b) Plant fibre
(c) Synthetic fibre
(d) Natural fibre
► (d) Natural fibre

7. In hot humid conditions, which of the following fabrics will you choose for wearing?
(a) Nylon
(b) Cotton
(c) Silk
(d) Wool
► (b) Cotton

8. Which of the following fibres on burning smells like burning hair?
(a) Cotton
(b) Flax
(c) Wool
(d) Jute
► (c) Wool

9. Fibre used for making gunny bag is
(a) Wool
(b) Jute
(c) Silk
(d) Cotton
► (b) Jute

10. Medium sized weaving machine run on power, used to produce cotton clothes on large scale is called 
(a) Handloom
(b) Weaving machine
(c) Stitching machine
(d) Power loom
► (d) Power loom

11. We use woolen clothes in winter as wool is
(a) Bad conductor of heat
(b) Good conductor of heat
(c) Cheap and airy
(d) Soft and spongy
► (a) Bad conductor of heat

12. Which of the following processes involves the separation of seeds from cotton bolls?
(a) Winnowing
(b) Carding
(c) Ginning
(d) Spinning
► (c) Ginning

13. The device popularized by Mahatma Gandhi is
(a) Bobbins
(b) Tamale
(c) Charkha
(d) Reel
► (c) Charkha

14. Which fibre yielding plant should be grown in a field having black soil and warm climate?
(a) Cotton
(b) Wool
(c) Jute
(d) Coconut
► (a) Cotton

15. Which of the following does not belong to the group formed by others?
(a) Wool
(b) Polyester
(c) Silk
(d) Cotton
► (b) Polyester

16. Which of the following processes involves rotting of gummy skin of jute sticks in water?
(a) Baling
(b) Ginning
(c) Retting
(d) Spinning
► (c) Retting

17. Silk is obtained from silk worm which lives on
(a) Maple leaves
(b) Mulberry leaves
(c) Mango leaves
(d) Banana leaves
► (b) Mulberry leaves

18. Which of the following statements is not true?
(a) Fabric is made of yarn.
(b) Jute is the outer covering of coconut.
(c) Polyester is a synthetic fibre.
(d) Silk fibre is obtained from silk worms.
► (b) Jute is the outer covering of coconut.

19. Cotton was first produced in
(a) Egypt
(b) India
(c) Europe
(d) China
► (b) India

20. Which of the following takes place when fibres are twisted before being made into yarns or thread?
(a) Make them more absorbent.
(b) Make them more strong.
(c) Make them smooth.
(d) Add air spaces inside the fibres.​
► (b) Make them more strong.

21. Which of the following devices was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi as a part of the independence movement?
(a) Handloom
(b) Shuttle
(c) Charkha
(d) Machine
► (c) Charkha

22. Big reels on which yarn is wound is called
(a) Bobbins
(b) Handloom
(c) Moth
(d) Needle
► (a) Bobbins

23. The season in which jute is cultivated
(a) Summer season
(b) After rainy season
(c) Before rainy season
(d) Autumn season
► (c) Before rainy season

24. Which of the following is formed when fibres are twisted by spinning?
(a) Warp
(b) Weft
(c) Fabric
(d) Yarn
► (d) Yarn
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