the ’08 blog games – #3

Could you pass the US citizenship test? I am embarrassed that I got one wrong, and still am not sure which. Yikes. Maybe it was the question, “Which president was the first Commander In Chief of the U.S. military?” or even one of the original thirteen colonies–I missed one of those, I bet. Anyway, how did you do? Here is the link to play the game. And here are the answers.

You Passed the US Citizenship Test

Congratulations – you got 9 out of 10 correct!


6 thoughts on “the ’08 blog games – #3

  1. I am shocked because I passed it w/ a 10 out of 10. I could not decide if VT or NH is 1 of the 13 colonies and guessed VT was not.

    I kinda wanted to check Germany, Japan, and France were our enemies during WW II, just kidding to all the French people out there…

    My history teacher would be so proud and my govt teacher would be down right shocked I passed.

    Love, A2

  2. Well I flunked!

    I’m tired and I misunderstood a few. I confused the senator with the presidential term limit. The year the constitution was written, I was thinking of the Declaration of Independence. I thought Russia was an enemy during WWII. Oh my! I need to go back and learn these things. Or take it when my eyes arent tired.

    Good game!

  3. Well thats not good I was born here a true heinz 57 mix of american and I’m being deported to ?? I failed that is horrible. I did get them right after going back over them and not looking at the answers but that is not good.
    Well I guess I better tune up on my country. 🙂
    Thanks for the fun.

  4. Congratulations – you got 10 out of 10 correct!

    We (Linc and I) cheated! It took us SEVERAL times to get it right. Do you still want to be friends? Pray about it! 🙂
    Love you more than this game!
    Angie xoxo

  5. Well, I passed out of ten..I’ll admit I guessed at some, hopefully they were educated guesses. I took another citizenship test and I passed it. to me that one was more on what i could relate the answers to other knowledge that I had. Interesting what we don’t know about our own country. Blessings…

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