World GK MCQs

World Landforms MCQs with Answers

Which landform is formed by the erosion of a river over millions of years?
a) Mountain
b) Canyon
c) Plateau
d) Delta
Answer: b) Canyon

Which landform is a large, flat-topped elevated area?
a) Mountain
b) Canyon
c) Plateau
d) Delta
Answer: c) Plateau

Which landform is a steep-sided, cone-shaped mountain formed by volcanic eruptions?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Volcano
d) Valley
Answer: c) Volcano

Which landform is a low-lying area of land between hills or mountains, often with a river running through it?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Valley
d) Peninsula
Answer: c) Valley

Which landform is a narrow strip of land that connects two larger landmasses and is surrounded by water on three sides?
a) Peninsula
b) Delta
c) Archipelago
d) Isthmus
Answer: d) Isthmus

Which landform is a flat-topped hill with steep sides, smaller than a plateau?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Valley
d) Peninsula
Answer: b) Butte

Which landform is a piece of land that juts out into the water, with water on three sides?
a) Peninsula
b) Delta
c) Archipelago
d) Isthmus
Answer: a) Peninsula

Which landform is a body of land completely surrounded by water?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Island
d) Peninsula
Answer: c) Island

Which landform is a large area of flat or gently rolling land?
a) Mesa
b) Plain
c) Valley
d) Peninsula
Answer: b) Plain

Which landform is a chain or group of islands?
a) Peninsula
b) Delta
c) Archipelago
d) Isthmus
Answer: c) Archipelago

Which landform is a triangular-shaped deposit of sediment where a river flows into a larger body of water?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Delta
d) Valley
Answer: c) Delta

Which landform is a narrow strip of land surrounded by water on both sides and connecting two larger landmasses?
a) Peninsula
b) Delta
c) Archipelago
d) Isthmus
Answer: d) Isthmus

Which landform is a steep, flat-topped hill with vertical or near-vertical sides?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Valley
d) Peninsula
Answer: a) Mesa

Which landform is a low-lying area at the mouth of a river where it meets the sea?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Delta
d) Valley
Answer: c) Delta

Which landform is a deep, narrow valley with steep sides, often with a river running through it?
a) Canyon
b) Plateau
c) Peninsula
d) Isthmus
Answer: a) Canyon

Which landform is a large, tall, and rugged natural elevation of the Earth’s surface?
a) Mountain
b) Canyon
c) Plateau
d) Delta
Answer: a) Mountain

Which landform is a flat, elevated area with steep sides, usually overlooking a lower area?
a) Mountain
b) Canyon
c) Plateau
d) Delta
Answer: c) Plateau

Which landform is a long, narrow, deep valley with steep sides, often formed by tectonic activity?
a) Canyon
b) Plateau
c) Peninsula
d) Rift Valley
Answer: d) Rift Valley

Which landform is a large, bowl-shaped depression formed by the collapse of land above an underground cavern?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Valley
d) Sinkhole
Answer: d) Sinkhole

Which landform is a high, steep-sided cliff or rock face?
a) Escarpment
b) Cavern
c) Sinkhole
d) Mesa
Answer: a) Escarpment

Which landform is a large, flat area of land that is higher than the surrounding land?
a) Plain
b) Delta
c) Archipelago
d) Atoll
Answer: a) Plain

Which landform is a circular coral reef surrounding a lagoon?
a) Peninsula
b) Delta
c) Archipelago
d) Atoll
Answer: d) Atoll

Which landform is a deep, narrow inlet of the sea between steep slopes or cliffs?
a) Fjord
b) Bay
c) Lagoon
d) Estuary
Answer: a) Fjord

Which landform is a large, curved bay with a wide mouth, usually formed by a river?
a) Fjord
b) Bay
c) Lagoon
d) Estuary
Answer: b) Bay

Which landform is a shallow body of water separated from the sea by a sandbar, barrier island, or coral reef?
a) Fjord
b) Bay
c) Lagoon
d) Estuary
Answer: c) Lagoon

Which landform is a partially enclosed coastal body of brackish water with one or more rivers flowing into it?
a) Fjord
b) Bay
c) Lagoon
d) Estuary
Answer: d) Estuary

Which landform is a narrow strip of land with water on both sides, connecting two larger landmasses?
a) Isthmus
b) Strait
c) Archipelago
d) Bay
Answer: a) Isthmus

Which landform is a narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water?
a) Isthmus
b) Strait
c) Archipelago
d) Bay
Answer: b) Strait

Which landform is a large area of flat or gently rolling grassland, often with few trees?
a) Savannah
b) Tundra
c) Steppe
d) Desert
Answer: c) Steppe

Which landform is a large, flat, treeless Arctic region with permanently frozen subsoil?
a) Savannah
b) Tundra
c) Steppe
d) Desert
Answer: b) Tundra

Which landform is a hot, dry region with little rainfall and sparse vegetation?
a) Savannah
b) Tundra
c) Steppe
d) Desert
Answer: d) Desert

Which landform is a flat, grassy plain with scattered trees and a seasonal climate?
a) Savannah
b) Tundra
c) Steppe
d) Desert
Answer: a) Savannah

Which landform is a large, treeless area with a harsh climate, often characterized by permafrost?
a) Savannah
b) Tundra
c) Steppe
d) Desert
Answer: b) Tundra

Which landform is a long, narrow strip of land with water on one side and mountains on the other?
a) Savanna
b) Isthmus
c) Fjord
d) Escarpment
Answer: b) Isthmus

Which landform is a large, steep slope or long cliff that separates two areas of different elevations?
a) Escarpment
b) Cavern
c) Sinkhole
d) Mesa
Answer: a) Escarpment

Which landform is a natural underground chamber or series of chambers formed by erosion?
a) Escarpment
b) Cavern
c) Sinkhole
d) Mesa
Answer: b) Cavern

Which landform is a small, circular depression in the ground caused by the collapse of a cave roof?
a) Escarpment
b) Cavern
c) Sinkhole
d) Mesa
Answer: c) Sinkhole

Which landform is a tall, flat-topped hill with steep sides and a large, level area on top?
a) Escarpment
b) Cavern
c) Sinkhole
d) Mesa
Answer: d) Mesa

Which landform is a deep, narrow valley with steep sides, often formed by glacial erosion?
a) Canyon
b) Plateau
c) Peninsula
d) Fjord
Answer: d) Fjord

Which landform is a large, low-lying area of land that is typically covered by water at high tide?
a) Mesa
b) Butte
c) Valley
d) Marsh
Answer: d) Marsh

 

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