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  • Q1

    State if the given statements are TRUE or FALSE.

    1. A power plant where the gravitational force of water is used to produce electricity is called a thermal power plant.

    2. A type of power station that generates electricity using heat from nuclear reactions is called a nuclear power plant.

    3. Wine is made in a brewery.

    4. Articles of clay, stone and porcelain are made in a pottery.

    5. Workshops are the industrial units where goods are produced on a large scale chiefly by the use of machines.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. FALSE

    2. TRUE

    3. FALSE

    4. TRUE

    5. FALSE

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  • Q2

    Fill in the blanks with the places of manufacturing.

    1. Mother took batter to a _______ to bake a cake.

    2. Bella and Rupert visited the old ________ to see how ships are built.

    3. Amy and John visited American _____ to observe the different stages of sugar production.

    4. The old _______ which had not been used for making shoes for a very long time is sold last week.

    5. I visited the famous _______ to see how the films are made.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. bakery

    2. shipyard

    3. Sugar Refinery

    4. tannery

    5. studio

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  • Q3

    State true or false

    1. Bricks are made in glasshouses.

    2. Paper is produced in a mint.

    3. Buildings and equipment are made in a colliery.

    4. Beer is brewed in a brewery.

    5. Iron works are manufactured in a smithy.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. False

    2. False

    3. True

    4. True

    5. True

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  • Q4

    Fill in the blanks using the correct places of manufacture:

    a. They had to call in a quality expert to the ________ as there had been too many complaints regarding the taste of the beer.

    b. The Brakpan_______ has the largest coal producing mine in South Africa.

    c. Joseph was keen to visit a ________ because he wished to see how a cloth was produced using cotton.

    d.The Industrial Revolution led to the rise and development of many ______ in Europe and America during the 18th and 19th centuries.

    e.Glass and glass articles are made in _____.

    f.The largest _________ in the United States is located at Grand Coulee Dam.

    g.An ordinary _____ contains about 50 tons of slurry and 12 tons of coke, takes two days to get fairly alight and another two or three days in burning out.

    h.The existing London ____ was erected on Tower Hill in 1810; since then it has been supplying currency notes to the central bank.

    i.______ are usually situated near water bodies to remove the heat produced by the nuclear reactor.

    j. Traditionally a village _____ was a busy place because the smith's work was quite necessary.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    Answers:

    a. They had to call in a quality expert to the brewery as there had been too many complaints regarding the taste of the beer.

    b. The BrakpanColliery has the largest coal producing mine in South Africa.

    c. Joseph was keen to visit a cotton mill because he wished to see how a cloth was produced using cotton.

    d.The Industrial Revolution led to the rise and development of many factories in Europe and America during the 18th and 19th centuries.

    e.Glass and glass articles are made inglassworks.

    f.The largest hydroelectric power plant in the United States is located at Grand Coulee Dam.

    g.An ordinary Kiln contains about 50 tons of slurry and 12 tons of coke, takes two days to get fairly alight and another two or three days in burning out.

    h.The existing London Mint was erected on Tower Hill in 1810; since then it has been supplying currency notes to the central bank.

    i.Nuclear power plants are usually situated near water bodies to remove the heat produced by the nuclear reactor.

    j. Traditionally a village smithy was a busy place because the smith's work was quite necessary.

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  • Q5

    Match the following things with the places where they are made-

    Bread

    Kiln

    Beer

    Oil Refinery

    Coal

    Paper Mill

    Cotton

    Power Plant

    Glass

    Mint

    Electricity

    Cotton Mill

    Bricks

    Bakery

    Coins

    Glass factory

    Oil

    Brewery

    Paper

    Colliery

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    Bread

    Bakery

    Beer

    Brewery

    Coal

    Colliery

    Cotton

    Cotton Mill

    Glass

    Glass factory

    Electricity

    Power Plant

    Bricks

    Kiln

    Coins

    Mint

    Oil

    Oil Refinery

    Paper

    Paper Mill

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