American Revolution Vocabulary Question Preview (ID: 1389)


American Revolution Vocabulary.

a colonist who was against British rule and loved their country enought to fight for it:
a) nerd
b) neutralist
c) loyalist
d) patriot

to join together for a common purpose or belief; make as one:
a) unite
b) rights
c) boycott
d) tax

an overthrow or forced change in government:
a) congress
b) unite
c) revolution
d) loyalist

freedom from someone else's control:
a) congress
b) independence
c) tax
d) parliament

money citizens pay to their government for services:
a) rights
b) tax
c) boycott
d) minutement

the British government that made laws for the colonies:
a) parliament
b) tax
c) revolution
d) congress

colonists who remained loyal to Britain and supported British control of the colonies:
a) nerd
b) patriot
c) loyalist
d) neutralist

members of the colonial troops who had promised to take the field in battle on short notice
a) parliament
b) congress
c) minutemen
d) goonies

a group of people who meet to discuss a subject; they represent other people:
a) rights
b) loyalist
c) patriot
d) congress

a refusal to buy goods or services
a) boycott
b) rights
c) parliament
d) congress

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