Civics English Grammar Quizzes for Nouns

Choose the correct word, and even world

Take a look at the following 10 sentences and pick the most  appropriate word to complete each sentence. There is no way go back to the previous questions. Just do your best to go through them all at once. Usually, the first choice becomes the best choice so believe yourself. At the end, you can review all questions to check out what you are missing. Now, let’s stay focused and run!

Nouns in the Civics English

The government works for the people and protects the rights of people. In the United States, the power to govern comes from the people, who are the highest power. This is called “popular [____________].”
The [____________] of Independence contains important ideas about the American system of government.
An [____________] is a change or addition to the Constitution.
The flag is an important symbol of the United States. The Pledge of [____________] to the flag states, “I pledge [____________] to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”
The [____________] makes sure that laws are consistent with the Constitution. If a law is not consistent with the Constitution, [____________] can declare it unconstitutional. In this case, the [____________] rejects the law. The [____________] makes the final decision about all cases that have to do with federal laws and treaties.
A [____________] law usually applies to all states and all people in the United States.
People who live in a representative’s district are called “[____________].” Representatives tend to reflect the views of their [____________].
The economic system of the United States is capitalism. In the American economy, most businesses are privately owned. Competition and profit motivate businesses. Businesses and consumers interact in the marketplace, where prices can be negotiated. This is called a “[____________] economy.”
Every law begins as a proposal made by a member of Congress, either a senator (member of the Senate) or representative (member of the House of Representatives). When the Senate or House begins to debate the proposal, it is called a “[____________].”
[____________] from Spain, France, Holland, England, and other countries came to America for many different reasons. One of the reasons was religious freedom
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