Would you say that a glass of water has energy? You would be correct if you answered 'yes', and even more correct if you added 'there are three types of energy in a the glass of water', although you can't see or feel any of the energy in the glass. This hidden energy is called internal energy. The three types of internal energy in liquids are:
Kinetic energy is the energy of motion, and potential energy is stored energy.
So even though you may not be able to see or feel these energies, the microscopic world of liquids is very active!
The liquid state of matter is intermediate between the gas state and the solid state, so let's look at liquids by comparing them to gases and to solids: