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What subjects are taught in Afghanistan schools today?
a) Reading, writing, science, and math
b) Writing and science only
c) Science and math only
d) Reading and writing only

How many students are enrolled in Afghanistan today?
a) 5.4 million
b) 6.6 milloin
c) 6 thousand
d) 7 million

What year did the first high school graduate students in Afghanstan?
a) 1923
b) 1939
c) 1981
d) 1945

Who are Afghanistan schools taught by?
a) Mullahor and Priest
b) Priest
c) Police
d) Mullahor

Who used to be allowed to go to school?
a) Just boys
b) Girls and boys
c) Just girls
d) Muslims

What country has the most enrolled students?
a) Afghanistan
b) England
c) Canada
d) America

Where do the people of Afghanistan go to celebrate during Ramadan?
a) The Blue Mosque
b) The Will Rodgers Shrine
c) Times Square
d) The Empire State Building

Afghanistan and the USA have more than...
a) 7 holidays
b) 100 holidays
c) 13 holidays
d) 11 holidays

The USA and Afghanistan celebrate the same holiday called...
a) Labor Day
b) Easter
c) Halloween
d) Christmas

What do children in Afghanistan use to play a game?
a) Eggs
b) Rocks
c) Grapes
d) Watermelon

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