Events Leading To The American Revolution Part 2: Question Preview (ID: 29198)


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What does the word REVOLUTION mean?
a) to go to war with another country b) to pay a lot of taxes on most items c) to block ships from entering or leaving a harbor d) to take over the government and put a new leader in charge
What does the word blockade mean?
a) to go to war with another country b) to pay a lot of taxes on most items c) to block ships from entering or leaving a harbor d) to take over the government and put a new leader in charge
What does the word boycott mean?
a) to favor boys instead of girls b) to pay a lot of taxes on most items c) to take over the government and put a new leader in charge d) to refuse to buy certain goodS
Who made up the Continental Army?
a) soldiers from Great Britain b) soldiers from England c) soldiers from the colonies d) soldiers from France
What does the word slogan mean?
a) a short saying to help you remember something b) an idiom c) a metaphor d) a simile
Who were the Sons of Liberty?
a) Colonists who were loyal to King George III and Great Britain. b) Colonists who were against the taxes that were being put into place by King George III. c) British soldiers who wanted to become Americans. d) British soldiers who wanted to be free and independent.
What is a delegate?
a) a person who goes to a meeting b) a person who writes an important document c) a leader of a government d) one person who speaks for many people
Who was the first Commander in Chief of the Continental Army?
a) King George III b) Benedict Arnold c) George Washington d) Patrick Henry
What does the word traitor mean?
a) a person who goes against his own country and joins the enemy b) a person who goes against the enemy and joins his own country c) a soldier who is wounded in battle d) a person who leads the government
Why was it necessary to have a document declaring the coloniests' independence from England?
a) So that King George would have something to read b) So that the British soldiers would have a chance to escape before the war started c) so that the American colonists would become united in an action d) so that Great Britain would stop taxing the colonists
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