ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS IV

14/07/20

Subject: MATHS
Which of these is 341 CLOSEST to?
A
34 ones
B
34 tens
C
43 tens
D
3 hundreds

13/07/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word CLOSEST in sound to the underlined word to complete the sentence given below meaningfully.

The tennis court was painted with a _______ of clay.
A
quote
B
coyote
C
coat
D
cot

Correct Answer: C

10/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Sohan wanted to find out how tall a plant grows each day. Sohan would
A
give the plant a half-cup of water each day.
B
put the plant in a sunny place each day.
C
measure the plant with a ruler each day.
D
put the plant on a weighing scale each day and weigh it.

Correct Answer: C

09/07/20

Subject: MATHS
A certain number is shown on the abacus below:

A better way of showing this number on the abacus is:
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

08/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Cooking gas leaks from a cylinder. How will it be known that gas is leaking?
A
From the special smell the gas has.
B
From the colour of the gas.
C
From the colour of particles in it.
D
Drops of liquid will be seen near the gas cylinder.

Correct Answer: A

07/07/20

Subject: MATHS
Skipping numbers and counting is called SKIP COUNTING. If I skip count by 4 starting from 10, I would get 10, 14, 18 and so on.
As Rajni skip counted, she wrote down ONLY THE LAST DIGIT of the numbers she was getting. (For example, she would simply write _5 for 35) Her list looked like this:
_9, _3, _7...

Rajni could have been skip counting by
A
threes
B
fours
C
sevens
D
nines

Correct Answer: B

06/07/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word that is spelt INCORRECTLY.
A
handle
B
sandal
C
mantle
D
bangel

Correct Answer: D

02/07/20

Subject: MATHS

The jug shown here can be filled up to the halfway mark by pouring 5 full cups of water into it using a measuring cup. How much water does the CUP hold when it is full?
A
100 ml
B
125 ml
C
200 ml
D
250 ml

Correct Answer: C

01/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Nina had a mixture of sand and salt. Which of the following properties of salt can she use to separate them?
A
Salt is white in colour.
B
Salt dissolves in water.
C
Salt has a taste.
D
Salt is a powder

Correct Answer: B

30/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Some children of Balu's class were standing in a single heightwise row. Balu's position in the row from both the ends was 8th.


How many children were standing in the row?
A
8
B
15
C
16
D
17

Correct Answer: B

29/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word that is spelt incorrectly.
A
neice
B
friend
C
seize
D
cease

Correct Answer: A

26/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Students of a class were given two objects and asked to find out which was heavier. Here are some suggestions - which is the best?
A
Put the objects one by one into a bucket of water. The one that sinks is heavier.
B
Place the objects one on each palm. Estimate which one feels heavier. That is heavier.
C
Identify the object that looks big. That would be heavier.
D
Tie each object with a string to each end of a long wooden ruler, balance the ruler at the mid point. The one that goes down is heavier.

Correct Answer: D

25/06/20

Subject: MATHS
In which multiplication will the answer be a number ending with 6?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

24/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these will change into liquid state immediately on heating.

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

23/06/20

Subject: MATHS
An ant comes out of its hole and travels along the dotted lines to the piece of sugar.



How much distance does it cover?
A
1 m 26 cm
B
2 m 25 cm
C
2 m 70 cm
D
22 m 5 cm

Correct Answer: B

22/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word that is spelt incorrectly.
A
writting
B
spinning
C
dining
D
thinning

Correct Answer: A

19/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Megha has just tightened a screw using a screw driver by rotating it in the direction shown in the figure. Now she wants to remove the screw. How should she use the screw driver to do this?



A
rotate the screw in the same direction as earlier
B
rotate the screw in the opposite direction as earlier
C
rotate the screw in either of the two possible directions
D
another instrument has to be used to remove the screw

Correct Answer: B

18/06/20

Subject: MATHS


Which of the following will be 1⁄4 of the chocolate bar shown above?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

17/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these lists contains ONLY animals that have bones in their bodies?
A
horses, sheep, crows
B
houseflies, camels, ants
C
spiders, snails, donkeys
D
buffaloes, cockroaches, goats

Correct Answer: A

16/06/20

Subject: MATHS
In which of the following does the shaded part represent one-third of its whole?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

15/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Options A, B, C, D together form a sentence. Choose the part of the sentence that is WRONG.

The colour of / his shoes / are / dark brown.
A
The colour of
B
his shoes
C
are
D
dark brown.

Correct Answer: C

12/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Gopi is reading the newspaper on a Friday and sees the weather forecast for the next three days. What can he conclude by looking at this forecast?



A
It will definitely rain on Saturday, and it will definitely be sunny on Sunday and Monday.
B
It will definitely rain on Saturday, but we can't be sure of the weather on the other two days.
C
There is a chance of rain on Saturday, and the other two days are likely to be sunny.
D
He can't say just by looking at these figures; he needs to see the temperatures also.

Correct Answer: C

11/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Rustom is going from Navsari to Ahmedabad. He bought the ticket shown below and gave Rs. 100 at the ticket window.



How much money should he get back?
A
Rs 29
B
Rs 39
C
Rs 71
D
Rs 171

Correct Answer: A

10/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE


Which part is Gulzar talking about?
A
stems
B
lungs
C
legs
D
roots

Correct Answer: D

09/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following shapes is made up of exactly 6 straight sides?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

08/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which sentence has no mistake?
A
The man thought he was in the desert.
B
The man thought he was on the desert.
C
The man is thinking he was in the desert now.
D
The man thought he was in the dessert.

Correct Answer: A

05/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Rashi's aunt was trying to light the cooking gas stove to boil some water. However, she found that the gas stove was not lighting up. Rashi thought of a few reasons for this happening.

1. There was no electric supply.

2. The gas cylinder was used up.

3. It was too cold for the gas to light up.

4. The gas lighter was not working.


Which of these could be correct?
A
1,2 and 4
B
1,3 and 4
C
only 2 and 4
D
1, 2,3 and 4

Correct Answer: C

04/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Sam has a toy train set. The train track is in 4 pieces, whose total length is 200 centimetres. Sam has joined three pieces whose lengths are 50 cm, 45 cm and 65 cm.



How long is the missing piece?
A
160 cm
B
65 cm
C
50 cm
D
40 cm

Correct Answer: D

03/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these would be the time taken by the Earth to turn once on its own axis?
A
a day
B
a week
C
a month
D
a year

Correct Answer: A

02/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Only one of the clocks below show the hands at a position that you see in a real clock. Which one?