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If you're thinking to start your US citizenship application process, you should start studying and preparing for the citizenship test that would determine your knowledge eligibility to become a US citizen.

This collection will be a bunch of questions & answers, flashcards and notes regarding all the aspect of the US citizenship test.

Study Set Content:
1- Flashcard

What is the supreme law of the land?

The Constitution.

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2- Flashcard

What does the constitution do?

  • sets up the government
  • defines the government
  • protects basic rights of Americans
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3- Flashcard

The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?

We the People.

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4- Flashcard

What is an amendment?

-A change (to the Constitution)

-An addition (to the Constitution)

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5- Flashcard

What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?

The Bill of Rights.

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6- Flashcard

What is one right or freedom from the First Amendment?

-Assembly

-Press

-Petition the government

-Speech

-Religion

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7- Question

How many amendments does the Constitution have?

Select the Correct Answer:
27
72
30
50
8- Flashcard

What did the Declaration of Independence do?

  • Announced our independence (from Great Britain)
  • Declared our independence (from Great Britain)
  • Said that the United States is free (from Great Britain)
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9- Flashcard

What are two rights in the Declaration of Independence?

-life

-liberty

-pursuit of happiness

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10- Flashcard

The freedom of religion mean?

You can profess any religion, or not profess a religion.

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11- Flashcard

The economic systems in the United States are

-Capitalist economy.

-Market economy.

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12- Flashcard

“Rule of law” means?

  • Everyone must follow the law.
  • Leaders must obey the law.
  • Government must obey the law.
  • No one is above the law.
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13- Flashcard

Name the branches or parts of the government

-Congress

-Legislative

-President

-Executive

-The courts

-Judicial

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14- Flashcard

What are the obstacles one branch of government to become too powerful?

-Checks and balances

-Separation of powers

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15- Flashcard

Who is in charge of the executive branch?

-The President.

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16- Flashcard

Federal laws are made by?

-Congress.

-Senate and House (of Representatives).

-(U.S. or national) legislature.

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17- Flashcard

The two parts of the U.S. Congress are

-The Senate and House (of Representatives).

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18- Question

The number of U.S. Senators is:

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100
90
50
150
19- Question

U.S. Senator elected for ------- years

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Six
Two
Ten
Five
20- Question

The House of Representatives has how many voting members?

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500
100
435
508
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