Liquids are the second form of matter. Every liquid has a little portion of water in it. All liquids move on their own and take the shape of what they are being poured into, unlike solids. Some liquids are so strong ,such as water, the most common liquid, that they can push out rocks to form caves. Oil is a liquid that moves more slowly than most other liquids.
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