Civics English Grammar Quizzes for Prepositions

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!

Prepositions in the Civics English

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In the United States, the U.S. Constitution is the foundation [_______] the rule of law.
These freedoms and opportunities often did not exist in the colonists’ home countries. For these settlers, the American colonies were a chance for freedom and a new life. Today, many people come to the United States [_______] these same reasons.
In the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson wrote a list of complaints the colonists had [_______] the King of England
The Bill of Rights was ratified [_______] 1791.
The Constitution says that the government will conduct a census of the population every 10 years to count the number of people [_______] each state.
The president is the only official elected by the entire country [_______] the Electoral College.
The Constitution puts no limit [_______] the number of terms a senator may serve.
After an amendment has passed in Congress or by a special convention, the amendment must then be ratified [_______] the legislatures of three-fourths of the states.
This separation of powers limits the power of the government and prevents the government [_______] violating the rights of the people.
Federalism is an important idea [_______] the Constitution.
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