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US Government Questions - All Grades

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Grade 4 Legislative Branch
The Legislative branch of government is responsible for
  1. voting on important issues, confirming appointments, and writing laws
  2. determining whether a law or the Constitution has been violated
  3. enforcing laws and protecting the Constitution and the Nation
  4. none of these
Grade 3 Executive Branch
Grade 6 Judicial Branch
The judicial branch of the U.S. Government consists of which of the following?
  1. Supreme Court
  2. all courts
  3. Supreme Court and state courts
  4. Supreme court and lower federal courts
Grade 3 US Laws and Amendments
Grade 3 Executive Branch
How old must the President be and where must he be born?
  1. 30 & USA
  2. 40 & Germany
  3. 35 & England
  4. 35 & USA
Grade 2 Executive Branch
The leader of a state's government is also known as the
  1. President
  2. Congress
  3. Governor
  4. Supreme Court
Grade 4 US Laws and Amendments
What is the name of the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
  1. Preamble
  2. Popular Sovereignty
  3. Rule of Law
  4. Bill of Rights
  5. Freedom of Expression
Grade 6 Executive Branch
What is the job of the executive branch of the U.S. Government?
  1. veto laws
  2. create laws
  3. veto laws and ensure existing laws are carried out
  4. law enforcement
Grade 4 Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch of government refers to
  1. the Supreme Court, and other judges
  2. the President, a governor, or a mayor
  3. the Senate, the House of Representatives
  4. none of these
Grade 5 US Laws and Amendments
Grade 5 US Laws and Amendments
Grade 4 Executive Branch
The Executive Branch of the government is responsible for
  1. voting on important issues, confirming appointments, and writing laws
  2. determining whether a law or the Constitution has been violated
  3. enforcing laws and protecting the Constitution and the Nation
  4. none of these
Grade 2 Executive Branch
How long can a president stay in office?
  1. 1 year
  2. 8 years
  3. As long as the people vote for him
  4. His whole life
Grade 6 Legislative Branch
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 7 Judicial Branch
The branch of government that interprets laws is the
  1. legislative
  2. judicial
  3. executive
  4. political
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