Q. Small traders and grocery shop owners are not at all affected by discounts and choices offered in supermarkets.
Q. Choose the correct statement(s) about supermarkets.
- Supermarkets are easier to set up as compared to smaller shops.
- Supermarkets offer a wide variety of products and discounts to customers.
- Supermarkets reduce the business of smaller shops.
- Big supermarkets eliminate the role of wholesale traders.
Q. Karishma wanted to buy a dress for her college farewell. She wanted a branded jumpsuit. She went to different shops in an air-conditioned building in search of the perfect dress. Which kind of market did she go to?
- Weekly market
- Local bazaar
- Neighbourhood shop
Q. Priya loved shopping at malls. Choose correct statement(s) about malls.
- Malls offer both branded and non-branded goods.
- Malls are a part of urban markets.
- Everyone can afford the branded goods sold in malls.
- Only few people can afford branded goods sold in malls.
Q. Select all the examples of a small business.
- Flower seller
- Local hot chips
- Local restaurant
- Call centres
- Fruit cart
- Local cobbler
Q. Supermarkets get cheap goods by eliminating the intermediaries.
Q. What are the advantages of Supermarkets over small shops and stores?
- More variety of goods.
- Discounts on almost all things they sell.
- They buy goods directly from the producers for a lesser price.
- Freedom of selection.
Q. _________ have a huge advantage over smaller shops.
- Online shopping
- Weekly markets
- Wholesale markets
Q. The increasing number of supermarkets in cities is not good for __________.
- owner of supermarket
- smaller shop owners
- weekly markets