MCQ Questions for Class 7 Geography: Ch 9 Life in the Temperate Grasslands

MCQ Questions for Class 7 Geography: Ch 9 Life in the Temperate Grasslands

1. The world's grasslands into two broad categories
(a) Thorny region and Deciduous regions
(b) Deciduous region and Thorny regions
(c) Thorny region and Tropical regions
(d) Temperate region and Tropical regions
► (d) Temperate region and Tropical regions

2. The temperate grasslands of North America are known as the
(a) Steppes
(b) Veldt
(c) Prairies
(d) Down
► (c) Prairies

3. _______ and extensive ____ both promote setting up of food processing industries.
(a) Fishing, Mining
(b) Dairy farming, Agriculture
(c) Mining, Agriculture
(d) Dairy farming, Fishing
► (b) Dairy farming, Agriculture

4. What is the Gold capital of the world?
(a) Johannesburg
(b) Kimberley
(c) Pretoria
(d) None of these
► (a) Johannesburg

5. Prairies are bound by the ___ on the east
(a) Flanking river
(b) Woodland
(c) Great lakes
(d) Rocky mountain
► (c) Great lakes

6. _____ can be defined as a region where grasses form the dominant type of plant life
(a) Grassland
(b) Forest
(c) Plain
(d) Shrubs
► (a) Grassland

7. In veld winters are from
(a) November to December
(b) October to January
(c) August to October
(d) June to September
► (d) June to September

8. High velds are located in the
(a) North eastern
(b) South eastern
(c) North western
(d) South western
► (a) North eastern

9. The temperate grasslands of South Africa are called the
(a) Down
(b) Veld
(c) Prairies
(d) Steppes
► (b) Veld

10. Bison is
(a) American dog
(b) American buffalo
(c) American cow
(d) American snake
► (b) American buffalo

11. Veld bound by which mountain in the east
(a) Kenya Mountains
(b) Drakensburg Mountains
(c) Mawenzi Mountains
(d) Kibo Mountains
► (b) Drakensburg Mountains

12. The Prairies are also known as the
(a) Granaries of the world
(b) Grasses of the world
(c) Heart of the world
(d) Lungs of the world
► (a) Granaries of the world

13. Which word stands for the word animal
(a) Susu
(b) Fauna
(c) Flora
(d) Chinnok
► (b) Fauna

14. Major crop in the area of prairies is
(a) Maize
(b) Gram
(c) Millet
(d) Cabbage
► (a) Maize

15. The word Prairie originated from
(a) Latin word
(b) Greek word
(c) German word
(d) French word
► (a) Latin word

16. The prairies are bound by the Rocky Mountains in the
(a) North
(b) East
(c) West
(d) South
► (c) West

17. ____ is a hot wind that blows in winter and therefore raises the temperature within a short time
(a) Hot Climate
(b) Wave
(c) High wind
(d) Chinook
► (d) Chinook

18. ____ can be defined as the place where trees are the main type of vegetation
(a) Shrubs
(b) Herbs
(c) Grassland
(d) Forest
► (d) Forest

19. In prairies region the dairy belt extends from the
(a) Great Lakes to the Arctic Coast in the west
(b) Great Lakes to the Pacific Coast in the west
(c) Great Lakes to the Indian Coast in the south
(d) Great Lakes to the Atlantic Coast in the east
► (d) Great Lakes to the Atlantic Coast in the east

20. The grasslands of Prairies were the home of native Americans often called
(a) Pink Indians
(b) Black Indians
(c) Blue Indians
(d) Red Indians
► (d) Red Indians
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