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Which of the following is not a characteristic of colonization? ____________
a) Religion b) Language c) Arts d) Location
European Colonization is evident by the _____________________________
a) Foods we eat. b) Language we speak. c) Music we listen to. d) All of the above.
The lasting effects of the colonization by Spain is evident by the Spanish language being the official language of ______________.
a) United States b) Canada c) Mexico d) England
The lasting effects of the colonization by England are evident by the English language being the official language of ______________.
a) United States b) Canada c) Mexico d) England
In 1519, _________________ sent Hernando Cortes to find gold in the land of the Aztecs.
a) France b) England c) Norway d) Spain
Which of the follow was not one of the main countries that colonized the America’s?
a) France b) England c) Norway d) Spain
The lasting effects of the colonization by France are evident by the French language being the official language of ______________.
a) United States b) Canada c) Mexico d) England
Conquistadors
a) Conquerors b) A trip taken with the goal of exploring c) The science of planning and following a route. d)
Navigation
a) Conquerors b) A trip taken with the goal of exploring c) The science of planning and following a route. d)
Expedition
a) Conquerors b) A trip taken with the goal of exploring c) The science of planning and following a route. d)
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