Class-4 Passage-2 ATMOSPHERE (150 words objective unsolved )

By | April 14, 2018

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Read the following passage carefully and write answer of the questions which are given below:-

There are four major domains of the Earth- Lithosphere, Atmosphere, Hydrosphere and Biosphere. The solid portion
 of the earth is called Lithosphere. The large land masses are known as continents. All continents lie in lithosphere.
 There are seven continents. Asia is the largest continent and Australia is the smallest continent. Australia is called an  island continent. The part of the earth which is covered with water is called Hydrosphere- The Pacific Ocean, The
Atlantic Ocean, The Indian Ocean, The Southern Ocean and The Arctic Ocean. The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean.
The earth is surrounded by a layer of gases called the atmosphere. There are five layers in the atmosphere. The
Biosphere is the narrow zone of contact between the land, water and air.

Answer the following questions:-                                                                                                                                        

1)How many domains of the earth are there?

2)What is Lithosphere?

3)Which continent is called island continent?

4)What is Hydrosphere?

5)Which ocean is the largest ocean of the world?

6)What is Atmosphere?


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