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US Government Questions - All Grades

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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 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 3 :: States by GraceT
Citizens have many rights, freedoms, and                 .
  1. responsibilities
  2. relatives
  3. refreshments
  4. relaxation
Grade 8 :: US Government by Pixley12
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
Grade 3 :: US Government by KDuck
Grade 12 :: US Government by MeridithBarney
The Supreme Court has both...
  1. Original and Exclusive Jurisdiction
  2. Original and Appellate Jurisdiction
  3. Appellate and Exclusive Jurisdiction
  4. Concurrent and Original Jurisdiction
Grade 3 :: US Government by KDuck
Grade 4 :: US Government by Lvissak21
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 3 :: US Government by ryan123
Grade 4 :: US Government by stevenshomeschool
What is the supreme law of the land called?
  1. Tacos
  2. Supreme Law
  3. Constitution
  4. President's Say
Grade 6 :: US Government by Qalam
The United States Constitution                                                
  1. explains how our state governments are set up.
  2. has not changed since 1791.
  3. is the basis for all our laws.
  4. gives the national government unlimited powers.
Grade 3 :: US Government by KDuck
Grade 2 :: US Government by DaniellePietz1
The chief executive of the United States is...
  1. The Governor
  2. The Mayor
  3. The President
Grade 3 :: US Government by VickiForte7783
Who is the leader of our state?
  1. Mayor
  2. Governor
  3. President
  4. Teacher
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