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Solids are materials with a definite shape. They occupy a definite amount of space. Their shape can't be changed easily by applying force or moving them to another place.
Ex: Ice, Stone, Table, Computer

Liquids are materials that can be poured into a container. They take the shape of their container. They can flow from higher level to lower level.
Ex: Water, Oil, Milk etc.

Gases are materials that can spread the whole container. When they come out of the container, they can mix with air. They don't have a definite shape.
Ex: Smoke, Steam, Air etc.

Ex: Water exists in all three states, ice in the solid state, water in the liquid state and water vapour(steam) in the gaseous state.