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History/Civics Question for the Citizenship Test. Quiz: The Constitution & U.S. Beginning. Are you ready? Let’s begin!. Click here for the first question. Sorry Wrong Answer!. Please try again. Which President was the first Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Army and Navy?. George W. Bush.

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History/Civics Question

for the Citizenship Test

Quiz: The Constitution & U.S. Beginning

Are you ready?

Let’s begin!

Click here for the first question

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Sorry

Wrong Answer!

Please try again

which president was the first commander in chief of the u s army and navy
Which President was the first Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Army and Navy?

George W. Bush

George Washington

Yes!

Click

here

Thomas Jefferson

Abraham Lincoln

what is the national anthem of the united states
What is the national anthem of the United States?

Francis Scott Key

Stars and Stripes Forever

Yes!

Click

here

The Star-Spangled Banner

America Beautiful

what is the bill of rights
What is the Bill of Rights?

The introduction to the constitution

The first 10 amendments to the Constitution

Yes!

Click

here

The amendments that address voting rights

A declaration of freedom from Great Britain

what country did we fight during the revolutionary war
What country did we fight during the Revolutionary War?

Japan

Germany

Italy

Yes!

Click

here

Great Britain

how many changes or amendments are there to the constitution
How many changes, or amendments, are there to the Constitution?

4

5

9

Yes!

Click

here

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when was the declaration of independence adopted
When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?

July 4, 1776

Yes!

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here

July 4, 1787

July 4, 1976

July 4, 1987

who was the first president of the united states
Who was the first President of the United States?

George W. Bush

George Washington

Yes!

Click

here

Thomas Jefferson

Abraham Lincoln

what do we call changes to the constitution
What do we call changes to the Constitution?

The Preamble

Nominations

Suggestions

Yes!

Click

here

Amendments

what kind of government does the united states have
What kind of government does the United States have?

A constitution

A Colonial

Yes!

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here

A Republic

A Representation

what were the 13 original states of the united states called before they were states
What were the 13 original states of the United States called before they were states?

Colonists

Colonies

Yes!

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here

Counties

Countries

what is the supreme law of the united states
What is the supreme law of the United States?

The Declaration of Independence

The Star-Spangled Banner

The Bill of Rights

Yes!

Click

here

The Constitution

what are the first 10 amendments to the constitution called
What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called?

The Preamble

The Supreme law of the Land

Yes!

Click

here

The Bill of Rights

The Big Ten

which president is called the father of our country
Which President is called the “Father of our Country?

George W. Bush

George Washington

Yes!

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here

Thomas Jefferson

Abraham Lincoln

independence day celebrates independence from whom
Independence Day celebrates independence from whom?

Japan

Germany

Italy

Yes!

Click

here

Great Britain

what is the constitution
What is the Constitution?

The supreme law of the land

Yes!

Click

here

The highest court

The bill of rights

The Senate and the House of Representatives

where does freedom of speech come from
Where does freedom of speech come from?

The President

The Declaration of Independence

Yes!

Click

here

The Bill of Rights

The Preamble

who said give me liberty or give me death
Who said, “Give me liberty or give me death?

George Washington

Patrick Henry

Yes!

Click

here

Thomas Jefferson

Francis Scott Key

what is the introduction to the constitution called
What is the introduction to the Constitution Called?

The bill of rights

The supreme law of the land

The Premier

Yes!

Click

here

The Preamble

who was the main writer of the declaration of independence
Who was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence?

Thomas Jefferson

Yes!

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here

Patrick Henry

George Washington

Francis Scott Key

in what year was the constitution written
In what year was the Constitution written?

1776

1787

Yes!

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here

1976

1987

name the amendments that guarantee or address voting rights
Name the amendments that guarantee or address voting rights.

11th, 18th, 24th, and 26th

14th, 19th, 25th, and 26th

Yes!

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here

15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th

15th, 19th, 24th, and 25th

this is the end how did you do
This is the end. How did you do?

Click

here

Click

here

Click

here

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Oh no! You really need to study some more. You should practice the questions every day. It’s OK – I know you can do it! Ask your teacher if you need some help. You can also try:

  • Making flashcards of the questions.
  • Having a family member ask you the questions.
  • Study hard and then try again!
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OK, you know some of the questions but not all of them. So, good job but you need to practice more.

  • You can try:
  • Making flashcards of the questions.
  • Having a family member ask you the questions.
  • Study hard and then try again!
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Congratulations!

Good Job!

You did a great job! Keep studying the questions so that you don’t forget what you’ve learned!