Malleability is the property by virtue of which metals can be beaten into thin sheets.
The correct option is A True Malleability is a physical property of a material that defines the ability to be hammered, pressed, or rolled into thin sheets without breaking. In other words, it is the property of materials to deform under compression onto a different form. Examples of malleable metals are gold. silver.
Most of the metals are malleable with some exceptions like zinc etc.