Citizenship Question Preview (ID: 1953)

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You can become a U.S. citizen by birth or __________.
a) naturalization
b) paying a fee.
c) filling out a form.
d) wanting to really bad!

Citizens who choose not to fulfill their civic duties face ________.
a) legal consequences.
b) time in jail, always.
c) lots of trouble.
d) many problems.

Responsibilites are _______.
a) fulfilled by choice; they are voluntary.
b) quite unnecessary.
c) ordered by the court.
d) often difficult.

All of the following of personal traits of good citizens EXCEPT:
a) lying to a judge
b) courtesy and respect for the rights of others
c) patriotism
d) respect for the law

The basic rights of U. S. citizens are outlined in the ______Amendment.
a) 1st
b) 27th
c) 15th
d) 10th

All of the following are 1st Amendment rights EXCEPT:
a) the right to bear arms
b) press
c) speech
d) religion

Writing to your Congressmen to complain about a new law is a right guaranteed in the ___ Amendment.
a) 1st
b) 20th
c) 9th
d) 3rd

The two amendments that protect our basic rights as citizens are ______ and _____.
a) 5 and 14
b) 14 and 27
c) 5 and 25
d) 5 and 18

Immigration and _________ have led to a diverse society in the 20th century.
a) naturalization
b) vacationing
c) congressional action
d) nationalization

All of the following are ways citizens can participate in in the community EXCEPT:
a) watching someone bag groceries at the food bank
b) shovel snow at a senior center
c) tutor at the middle school
d) pick up trash at the park

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