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The US Government questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 6 :: US Government by Stodola
The Legislative Branch (or Congress) is made of up which two bodies?
  1. The President and Supreme Court justices
  2. The Senate and the President
  3. The House of Representatives and the President
  4. The Senate and the House of Representatives
Grade 3 :: US Government by GraceT
What is an example of "consent of the governed?"
  1. All children must go to school.
  2. Voting for a person to be a leader in the community.
  3. All citizens must pay taxes.
  4. Being a good citizen.
Grade 2 :: US Government by teachpooh
Grade 3 :: US Government by GraceT
How do local government officials get their jobs?
  1. They are picked through an election.
  2. They have to pass a test.
  3. They have to be trained.
Grade 3 :: US Government by GraceT
The leader of the city council is called the:
  1. judge
  2. teacher
  3. police chief
  4. mayor
  5. congressman
Grade 9 :: US Government by Judy0903
What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
  1. the Bill of Rights
  2. The Preamble
  3. Freedom of Speech
  4. A petition
Grade 3 :: US Government by GraceT
Which operations and services NOT are usually run by local government?
  1. police and fire department
  2. electricity
  3. buses and subways
  4. trash collecting
  5. cutting the grass at your house
Grade 12 :: US Government by billycamps
Which of the following terms mean "legislative body having two chambers"?
  1. Unicameral
  2. Bicameral
  3. Congressional
  4. Parliamentary
Grade 4 :: US Government by stevenshomeschool
Which branch makes laws?
  1. Executive
  2. Legislative
  3. Judicial
Grade 4 :: US Government by Sugar23
Grade 3 :: US Government by Tlahooti
What is a citizen?
  1. a person that is in a new country
  2. a person who is born in a country or who has earned the right to become a member of that country by law
  3. a person that travels very far
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
The majority party senator who presides in the absence of the vice president is called the...
  1. secretary of the senate
  2. majority floor leader
  3. president pro tempore
  4. senior senator
Grade 5 :: US Government by TONYAVD
What are the three branches of the United States Government?
  1. Executive, Legislative, Democracy
  2. Executive, Judicial, Republican
  3. Executive, Legislative, Judicial
  4. Executive, President, Judicial
Grade 3 :: States by GraceT
Citizens have many rights, freedoms, and                 .
  1. responsibilities
  2. relatives
  3. refreshments
  4. relaxation
Grade 3 :: US Government by GraceT
Examples of responsibilities of citizens include:
  1. obey the law
  2. pay taxes
  3. respect rights of others
  4. help make the community a better place
  5. vote to elect the leaders
  6. all of the above
Grade 3 :: US Government by KDuck
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