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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) US Government Questions

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Grade 10 US Government
Grade 10 US Laws and Amendments
Which of the following is a step in the naturalization process?
  1. applying for a driver's license
  2. getting a job
  3. registering to vote
  4. taking a citizenship test
Grade 10 US Government
"We the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union".....
  1. Bill of Rights
  2. Preamble
  3. Northwest Ordinance
  4. Mayflower Compact
Grade 10 US Government
In order for a democracy to be a direct democracy, laws must be:
  1. written down
  2. freely debated
  3. voted on by citizens
  4. voted on by representatives
Grade 10 US Government
What are the purpose of having primaries and caucuses?
  1. The process used to elect the U.S. Judge
  2. The process used to elect the U.S. President and Vice President.
  3. To allow the states to help choose the political parties’ nominees for the general election
  4. None of the above
Grade 10 US Government
The study of what it means to be a citizen.
  1. Citizenship
  2. Democracy
  3. Civics
  4. Monarchy
Grade 10 Legislative Branch
The law making body of the United States is called the:
  1. Congress
  2. Continental Congress
  3. General Assembly
  4. The Legislature
  5. Senate
Grade 10 US Government
The process in which a person becomes a citizen:
  1. citizenship
  2. naturalization
  3. migration
  4. immigration .
Grade 10 US Government
The branch whose job it is to enforce the laws are:
  1. Legislative Branch
  2. Executive Branch
  3. Judicial Branch
  4. Congress
Grade 10 US Government
Grade 10 US Government
The right of a person to not be held without charges is called the right of
  1. trial of jury
  2. habeas corpus
  3. due process of law
  4. Canon Law
Grade 10 US Government
The United States Constitution:
  1. Deals with such things as counties, railroads, and warehouses
  2. Divides the governmental powers into legislative, executive, and judicial branches
  3. Gives the greatest amount of power to the President
  4. Reserves powers to the federal government, which are not mentioned in the Constitution.
Grade 10 US Government
Grade 10 US Government
What is the highest court in the nation?
  1. Federal District Court
  2. Courts of Appeals
  3. Supreme Court
Grade 10 US Government
Duties are
  1. Things we should do
  2. things we might do
  3. things we are required to do
  4. things that can happen
Grade 10 US Government
Two types of trials are civil and
  1. criminal
  2. jury
  3. voter
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