Geography Class 7th

81. Permanent wind are of ______ types.

A) One

B) Two

C) Three

D) Four

82. Wind moving from East to West:

A) Trade Wind

B) West Wind


C) Polar Winds

D) Local Winds

83. Which of the following helps in Movement of Ships:

A)  Trade Winds

B) Polar Wind


C) Seasonal Winds

D) None of the above

84. Winds blowing from Polar Regions to Sub Polar regions:

A)  Trade Winds

B) Polar Wind


C) Seasonal Winds


D) None of the above

85. The winds that have ability to change the direction:

A)  Trade Winds

B) Polar Wind


C) Seasonal Winds

D) None of the above

86. Monsoon Winds are example of:

A) Seasonal Winds

B) Polar Winds


C) Local Winds

D) Trade Winds

87. The winds blowing due to difference in temperature and pressure

A) Seasonal Winds

B) Polar Winds


C) Local Winds

D) Trade Winds

88. Wind Blown due to the difference of height of Valleys and Mountains:

A) Valley Winds

B) Polar Winds


C) Local Winds

D) Trade Winds

89. Low pressure area surrounding by high pressure:

A) Cyclone

B) Tornado


C) Hurricane

D) Breeze

90. There are _____ types of Cyclones:

A) One

B) Two

C) Three

D) Four

91. Cyclone formed by the combination of Tropical and Polar winds:

A) Temperate Cyclone

B) Tropical Cyclone

C) Tornado

D)  All of the above

92. Cyclones originating from Tropical regions:

A) Temperate Cyclone

B) Tropical Cyclone

C) Tornado

D)  All of the above

93. The center of extremely low pressure, it has high speed.

A) Temperate Cyclone

B) Tropical Cyclone

C) Tornado

D) All of the above

94. The process in which droplets are changed into vapors:

A) Sublimation

B) Evaporation

C) Reduction


D) Condensation

95. The Air having less water vapor is called:

A) Dry Air

B) Humid Air


C) Wind

D) None of the above

96. The Air having more water vapor is called:

A) Dry Air

B) Humid Air

C) Wind


D) None of the above

97. When the ratio of humidity is 100%, then it is called:

A)  Saturated

B) Unsaturated


C) Dry Air

D) Fog

98. The temperature at which the wind gets 100% saturated.

A) Condensation Point

B) Dew Point

C) Freezing Point


D) Reducing Point

99. The temperature at which the saturated air converts into droplets:

A) Condensation Point

B) Dew Point

C) Freezing Point


D) Reducing Point