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Can you name the missing words in these questions from the US Citizenship test?

 Plays Quiz Updated Oct 5, 2019

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The _____ Ocean is on the east coast of the USA
The first ten amendments to the Constitution are called the _____ of RightsB
The laws of the US are made by _____C
One of two major political parties is the _____D
President Lincoln issued the _____ Proclamation in 1863E
The US flag has _____ stars representing each stateF
In 1990, the United States fought in the _____ WarG
There are one _____ members in the US SenateH
The three coequal branches of Government are the Executive, _____ and LegislativeJ
Martin Luther _____ is the most famous civil rights leaderK
HintAnswerLetter
The US bought the _____ Territory from France in 1803L
The longest river in the US is the _____M
There are _____ Justices in the US Supreme CourtN
_____ was the first African-American elected PresidentO
_____ Rico is one of US overseas territoriesP
Number of _____ in the House is based on population of each stateR
After the Vice President, next in line to serve as President is the _____ of the HouseS
The US flag has _____ stripes representing original coloniesT
The _____ age in the US is eighteenV
The first President of the US was George _____W

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