Correct Answer  Option 4 : All of the above
The correct answer is option 4) i.e. All of the above
CONCEPT:

Electric charge is a fundamental property of matter that causes the matter to experience a force when kept in electric and magnetic fields.
 There are two types of charges possessed by matter  negative charge and positive charge.
 The SI unit of electric charge is coulomb (C).

Electric current is defined as the charge flowing per unit time.
It is given by:
\(I = \frac{q}{t}\)
Where I is current, q is the charge and t is the time.
EXPLANATION:
 The SI unit of electric charge is the coulomb.
Electric charge, q = Current (I) × time (t).
 The SI unit of current is ampere and that of time is second. Hence, amperesecond also denotes the electric charge.

Capacitance is the ability of a capacitor to store electrical charge in it.
The capacitance (C) is related to the electrical charge Q and voltage V across them as:
\(C =\frac{Q}{V}\)
Therefore, Electrical charge (Q) = CV.
 The SI unit of capacitance is faraday and that of voltage is volt. Thus, faradayvolt is also a unit of electrical charge.
 Thus, the given all options are units of electrical charge.