Can You Pass A US Citizenship Test? quizfactory

 

Q1.What is the day called that Americans celebrate on the 4th of July?
  • Independence day
  • Christmas Day
✔️Right Answer: Independence day

Q2.What is the title of America's national anthem?
  • The Star-Spangled Banner
  • God Save the Queen
✔️Right Answer: The Star-Spangled Banner

Q3.What is the name given to the first 10 amendments of the US Constitution?
  • The Bill of Rights
  • The Bill of Sale
✔️Right Answer: The Bill of Rights

Q4.Who was the first president of the United States of America?
  • George Washington
  • Bruce Lee
✔️Right Answer: George Washington

Q5.What is written at the beginning of the Constitution?
  • We the people
  • We know their truths
✔️Right Answer: We the people

Q6.In the First Amendment there is one right/freedom that is guaranteed, what is it?
  • Religion
  • Voting
✔️Right Answer: Religion

Q7.Why is there 13 stripes on the U.S flag?
  • To represent the 13 original colonies
  • 13 is Taylor Swift's lucky number
✔️Right Answer: To represent the 13 original colonies

Q8.What is the name of the highest court in the United States?
  • The Supreme Court
  • The Super Important Court
✔️Right Answer: The Supreme Court

Q9.What is the date of the final day on which you can send in federal tax forms?
  • April 15th
  • May 20th
✔️Right Answer: April 15th

Q10.Where in the United States is the Statue of Liberty found?
  • New York City
  • California
✔️Right Answer: New York City

Q11.What is the capital of the United States?
  • New Jersey
  • Washington, DC
✔️Right Answer: Washington, DC

Q12.What was the name of the piece of territory that the United States brought from France in 1803?
  • Louisiana Territory
  • French Territory
✔️Right Answer: Louisiana Territory

Q13.How many times can you run for senate?
  • There is no limit
  • 4 times
✔️Right Answer: There is no limit

Q14.Who is considered to be the 'Father of our Country'?
  • George Washington
  • Alexander Hamilton
✔️Right Answer: George Washington

Q15.What was the name of the war that was fought between the North and South in the 1800s?
  • The Civil War
  • The War of Independence
✔️Right Answer: The Civil War

Q16.In a situation where the President and the Vice President cannot serve, who is elected as president?
  • Whoever the people want
  • The Speaker of the House
✔️Right Answer: The Speaker of the House

Q17.One of these was not one of the original 13 colonies, which one is it?
  • California
  • New Hampshire
✔️Right Answer: California

Q18.Which of these is included in the Bill of Rights?
  • The right to bear arms
  • The right to vote
✔️Right Answer: The right to bear arms

Q19.Who wrote the original Declaration of Independence?
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Alexander Hamilton
✔️Right Answer: Thomas Jefferson

Q20.How many active voting members are there in the House of Representatives?
  • 435
  • 20
✔️Right Answer:435

Q21.Which of these two is not one of the major branches of government?
  • Media
  • Legislative
✔️Right Answer: Media

Q22.What is the judicial branch responsible for?
  • Understands the law
  • Declares independence
✔️Right Answer: Understands the law

Q23.Which of these two is considered not to be a national U.S holiday?
  • Independence Day
  • Boxing Day
✔️Right Answer: Boxing Day

Q24.Who is the acting Chief of Justice at the moment?
  • John Roberts
  • Donald Trump
✔️Right Answer: John Roberts

Q25.How long is a term?
  • 6 Years
  • 21 Years
✔️Right Answer:6 Years

Q26.Which out of the two is not a territory of the U.S
  • Greenland
  • Puerto Rico
✔️Right Answer: Greenland

Q27.Which month do the people of the United States vote for their president?
  • November
  • May
✔️Right Answer: November

Q28.Which one of these two states borders Mexico?
  • California
  • Boston
✔️Right Answer: California

Q29.Which of these two states borders Canada?
  • North Dakota
  • New York
✔️Right Answer: North Dakota

Q30.What was the name of the movement in the 1960s that fought against racial discrimination?
  • Civil Rights Movement
  • Independence Movement
✔️Right Answer: Civil Rights Movement

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