3rd Grade Government Test Review Part 3 -- Chapter 8: Question Preview (ID: 24410)


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The President and a mayor are ALIKE because ...
a) they both work in a capital. b) they are both government leaders. c) they both make our laws. d) they both live in the White House.
The President and a mayor are ALIKE because ...
a) they both run our local government b) they both make decisions for the entire state c) they are both elected by the people. d) they are both located in Washington, D.C.
The President and a mayor are DIFFERENT because ...
a) the President leads our country, and a mayor leads our local government. b) the President makes our laws, and a mayor makes sure our laws are fair. c) the President leads our country, and a mayor leads our state. d) the President lives in the White House, and a mayor works in Washington, D.C.
The President and a mayor are DIFFERENT because ...
a) The President is elected by the people, and a mayor is picked by the city council. b) The President runs our community's police, fire department, and schools, and a mayor makes sure our laws are fair. c) the President works in the White House, and a mayor works in the capitol. d) the President lives in Washington, D.C., and a mayor lives in our community.
Taxes are used for ...
a) supporting our government. b) the services our local government provides, such as police, fire department, schools, parks and recreation, and road safety. c) state highways. d) all of the above.
The country's capital ...
a) is still Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. b) is Trenton, New Jersey. c) was named Washington, D.C., after our first president, George Washington. d) is a one of the states.
How many branches does our country's government have?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
Which branch of our country's government has two (2) parts?
a) the Judicial b) the Legislative c) the executive d) the capital
The Legislative branch is also called the _____________.
a) Supreme Court b) White House c) monument d) Congress
The two (2) parts of Congress are ...
a) the White House and the Capitol building. b) the Supreme Court and capital. c) the House of Representatives and the Senate d) Washington, D.C., and the capital.
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