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Learning Water cycle Speaking Idioms
Water Quiz World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Answer the water quiz and find out.
What is the most common substance found on earth? earth water oxygen A C B
Does water regulate the earth's temperature? Yes (it is a natural insulator) No Only during the night. A C B
At what temperature does water freeze? At -5 degrees C At 0 degrees C At 5 degrees C A C B
At what temperature does water vaporize? At 95 degrees C At 100 degrees C At 98 degrees C A C B
How long can a person live without food? More than a month A week. 15 days. A C B
How long can a person live without water? More than a month A week. 15 days. A C B
How much of the human body is water? 67% 66% 71% A C B
How much water must a person consume per day to maintain health? 2.5 liters 3.5 liters 2 liters A C B
How much water is used to flush a toilet? 2-7 gallons gallons gallons *1 US gallon = liter A C B
How much water is used in the average five-minute shower? 2-7 gallons gallons gallons *1 US gallon = liter A C B
How much of the earth's water is suitable for drinking water? 5% 10% 1% A C B
Were you surprised by any of the answers? Which one called your attention the most? Why? An individual uses over 100 gallons of water daily. Do you think you use more or less than that? Justify How do people generally manage water in their homes? How about you? How much water do you think is necessary to produce the food items of a regular meal? Click here and check!Click here How much water do you think is necessary to produce the food items of a regular meal? Click here and check!Click here
Water under the bridge To be in deep water To throw cold water on events that are past and done with to be unenthusiastic about or discourage To be in trouble or difficulty “It’s water under the bridge” Have you ever said this to someone? When was the last time you found yourself in deep water? How did you overcome it?
A glass of water How many glasses / bottles of water do you drink a day? A bottle of water What’s the importance of water to the human body? In what aspects of social life is water vital for? Exemplify.