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Chapter 14 Test Review. Test Tomorrow. The term “EU” stands for. Estados Unidos Economic Union Extended Universe European Union. Answer:. All of the Above But for us, D. European Union. The bills and coins used as money in a particular country or a group of countries. Euro

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Chapter 14 Test Review

Test Tomorrow


The term “EU” stands for

EstadosUnidos

Economic Union

Extended Universe

European Union


Answer:

All of the Above

But for us,

D. European Union


The bills and coins used as money in a particular country or a group of countries.

Euro

Common Market

Centripetal Force

Currency


Answer:

D. Currency


Nations removing or reducing trade barriers such as tariffs creates

The Franc

A Common Market

A Centrifugal force

The European Union


Answer:

B. Common Market


A feeling of belonging to a group that shares the same culture.

Centripetal force

European Union

Diversity

Cultural identity


Answer:

D. Cultural identity


A force that divides people and countries.

Euro

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force

United Nations


Answer:

C. Centrifugal force


A supranational organization through which a number of European countries work together.

United Nations

Trade Bloc

Common Market

European Union


Answer:

D. European Union


A form of international corporation in which countries give up some control of their affairs as they work together to achieve shared goals.

European Union

Trade bloc

Supranational cooperation

Great Britain


Answer:

C. Supranational Corporation


A force that unites people in countries.

Centripetal force

Euro

Centrifugal force

United Nations


Answer:

A. Centripetal force


The common currency of the European Union

Franc

Peso

Euro

Dollar


Answer:

C. Euro


The creation of the Euro is a

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

A. Centripetal force


A growing European Union is an example of a

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

B. Centrifugal force


A countries traditions are an example of a

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

B. Centrifugal force


The Flag of the European Union is an example of a

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

A. Centripetal force


A wide range of languages spoken throughout the European Union are an example of a

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

B. Centrifugal force


Allowing people to cross country borders without checking for passports is an example of a

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

A. Centripetal force


Competitions between countries are an example of

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

B. Centrifugal force


National pride is an example of

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

B. Centrifugal force


Celebrating Europe Day on May 9th is an example of

Centripetal force

Centrifugal force


Answer:

A. Centripetal force


Which of the following is true about the economy of the EU?

Eastern European countries are poorer than Western European Countries

All EU member countries use the Euro.

After creating the European Trade Bloc, other countries around the world stopped trading with Europe.

Western European employers can pay their workers less so jobs are moving to places like France and the United Kingdom.


Answer:

A. Eastern European countries are poorer than Western European Countries


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