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We can certainly touch the liquid, though it may be difficult in case of mercury and dangerous like in case of corrosive acids. If the vapor is sufficiently heated, it becomes gas.
We cannot see all vapors and gases directly, but we can see them indirectly.
We can smell them, taste them (most of the gases don't have a taste but some like carbon dioxide react with water and produce carbonic acid, which gives a characteristic taste to the soda and when oxygen is driven off by boiling water and cooling it without much aeration, it tastes flat) and touch them indirectly (when a breeze blows, we feel it).
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Though both are classified as fluid (flowing, not having a definite shape and so ever changing), liquids do have a definite density at a given temperature.