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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 GraceT
What is an example of "consent of the goverened?"
  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 4 :: US Government by stevenshomeschool
A word to describe justice would be fairness.
  1. True
  2. False
None :: US Government by CoachEarl
A system for ruling or running a town or country
  1. Tepee
  2. Government
  3. Eagle Pass
Grade 3 :: US Government by cottageowner
Public Discourse is                                                                                  
  1. when people talk about their personal problems
  2. an argument between two people
  3. an argument in a community
  4. when people in a community talk about a shared problem and decide on a a solution
Grade 3 :: US Government by KDuck
Money the government collects from citizens to pay for services they need
  1. tax
  2. public service
  3. common good
Grade 3 :: US Government by VickiForte7783
Who is the leader of our state?
  1. Mayor
  2. Governor
  3. President
  4. Teacher
Grade 4 :: US Government by stevenshomeschool
How many Senators can each state have?
  1. It depends on the population.
  2. It depends on how many miles wide the state is.
  3. 2
  4. 5
Grade 3 :: US Government by janierouse1
The President heads this branch of government               
  1. Judicial
  2. Executive
  3. Legislative
Grade 4 :: US Government by stevenshomeschool
The Representatives are elected to The House of Representatives based on what?
  1. People's Choice
  2. Population
  3. How many miles wide the state was
  4. By drawing Names
Grade 3 :: US Government by GraceT
What is Citizenship?
  1. being part of a society with certain rights, privileges, and duties
  2. being part of a club
  3. being part of the government
  4. being able to sail a ship
None :: US Government by DellBell
The President belongs to the                 branch of government.
  1. legislative
  2. federal
  3. executive
  4. judicial
None :: US Government by DellBell
The Supreme Court belongs to the                branch of the government.
  1. judicial
  2. federal
  3. legislative
  4. executive
Grade 9 :: US Government by jmorrisatco
Which power has the ability to interpret laws?
  1. Legislative power
  2. Judicial power
  3. Executive power
  4. Presidential power
Grade 7 :: US Government by NoahSJ
The President is the head of the                 Branch.
  1. Judicial
  2. Legislative
  3. Military
  4. Executive
Grade 9 :: US Government by jmorrisatco
Who gives all government power to function?
  1. The people
  2. The president
  3. The judges
  4. Lawyers
Grade 3 :: US Government by VickiForte7783
People in our country                 our leaders.
  1. call
  2. sing to
  3. elect
  4. play games with
Grade 9 :: US Government by jmorrisatco
Which power has the ability to make laws?
  1. Legislative power
  2. Judicial power
  3. Executive power
  4. Presidential power
Grade 7 :: US Government by NoahSJ
The Branch of government that makes the laws is the:
  1. Authoritarian
  2. Despotic
  3. Legislative
  4. Judicial
Grade 9 :: US Government by jmorrisatco
Which power has the ability to enforce laws?
  1. Legislative power
  2. Judicial power
  3. Executive power
  4. Presidential power
Grade 7 :: US Government by NoahSJ
Which one of these is not a branch of government?
  1. Judicial
  2. Executive
  3. Military
  4. Legislative
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