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@rishavraj
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It's to the east of Cuba and Dominican Republic.
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Which letter would that be?
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are you good at civics?
anonymous
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Pretty good.
anonymous
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ok so what letter would it be?
anonymous
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If I don't know, it's not too hard to look it up either.
anonymous
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Well, C is where Cuba is. The Virgin Islands are to the east of that. Which letter would that be?
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um, D?
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Yep. :)
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yay! can you help me with more?
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Sure :)
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thanks :)
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Np!
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do you mind helping me the whole night :) like a bunch of questions please?
anonymous
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Well, sure. As long as you're willing to give a little effort, I'm willing to work with you! Are they questions like this one?
anonymous
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sure ill give in some effort :)
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yay!
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lets start? :)
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A GPS device can tell you how many trees are in an area the location of a specific point where to buy a more detailed map how long you have been somewhere
anonymous
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GPS stands for Global Positioning System. It's for locating people or things. So what do you think the answer is?
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b?
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Yep! :)
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yay next!
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okay :)
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The only U.S. state to call its political subdivisions "parishes" is Minnesota Alaska Pennsylvania Louisiana
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Alaska doesn't even have a county; the whole state is literally its own county. Another hint: none of the states in the north have parishes.
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So the state has to be in the southern part of the US.
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D?
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yep :)
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We can map information contained in GUS GAS GPS GIS
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C?
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The answer to this question is in the second question you asked me. :)
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yep :)
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Which of the following describes physical features on Earth that form political divisions? Natural boundaries Human-made borders Only oceans and rivers Only mountain ranges
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What do they mean by political divisions? Like the borders of countries?
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b?
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I can tell you that it isn't the last two choices; the word "only" is a huge warning sign.
anonymous
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It might be B. Check that.
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ok next!
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Which of the following nations has the most political divisions within it? United States Dominican Republic Mexico Canada
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c?
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Hint: Mexico has about 32 states in it.
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so c?
anonymous
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The US has 50 states. :)
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so which one is it?
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50 is greater than 32, so it would have to be the US, wouldn't it?
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yes :)
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What type of border would likely have the most protection? State Province National City
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@anitasonia98
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c?
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Yep :) States are within a country, so there would be some protection, but there would be much more protection if you're coming from one country and going into another.
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okay next!
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okie :)
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The border there is between US and Canada. US and Canada are two different countries.
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There is land along the US-Canadian border (you can actually drive across it). :)
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so d?
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Close, but that's not it. What's bigger than a state?
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national?
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@anitasonia98
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Yep! :)
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anonymous
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Mexico is to the south of the US. It's not the Gulf of Mexico or Atlantic Ocean, though.
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d?
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yep :)
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@anitasonia98
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@anitasonia98
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50 states in America (and America is one country). Not a lot of oceans around America, so...
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c?
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@anitasonia98
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No...
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You're close.
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A?
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50 states...
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b?
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@anitasonia98
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Nope.
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d
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@anitasonia98
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there you go :)
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Well, one of those countries is Canada.
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b?
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No.
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A
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yep
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Sonora and Chihuahua are both in the same country.
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so b
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yep
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They're two different countries.
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c
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yep
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US has more states than any other nation in North America, so..
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c?
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yep
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Cuba, Mexico, and the US are all close to the Gulf of Mexico.
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b
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Nope. Which one of those countries is farthest from the Gulf of Mexico?
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They're asking which country is least likely.
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d
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Yep :)
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@anitasonia98
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It separates the green from the red, so..
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a
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It's not a thin line; it's a thick one :3
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Otherwise, you got the right color.
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oh okay
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yep
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Which of the following is not part of the naturalization process? Native birth Application Interview Legal resident
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@anitasonia98
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Naturalization is how you become the citizen of a country. Natural birth doesn't really have to do with the naturalization process.
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People who wish to become U.S. citizens must be able to read, write, and speak basic English graduate from a U.S. high school complete at least 100 volunteer hours live in the United States for at least 10 years first
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@anitasonia98
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You don't have to graduate from a US high school or need volunteer hours. And you need to live in the US for five years, rather than ten.
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so A?
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yep!
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People who wish to become U.S. citizens must serve in the military for at least five years answer questions about U.S. history and government be permanently banished from their home country file an application with the U.S. Secret Service
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@anitasonia98
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Well, you're certainly not banished from your home country; you can visit it. And no military or Secret Service requirements. There's something called the citizenship test, which is about American civics and history, that all (legal) immigrants have to take.
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d
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Nope.
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b
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@anitasonia98
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yep
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Why is illegal immigration a controversial issue? People think that the current laws on immigration address the issue well. There are far fewer illegal immigrants each year than naturalized citizens. Americans disagree on whether immigration law should change to address it. Most naturalized citizens first entered the United States as illegal immigrants.
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The first two aren't right, and to become properly naturalized, you have to be a legal immigrant.
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c
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yep :)
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“Law of the blood” refers to a rule that a child’s citizenship depends on the parents’ citizenship location of birth resident alien naturalization
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@anitasonia98
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That would be dependent on parents' citizenship.
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Most U.S. citizens are non-pledged naturalized native noncitizens
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@anitasonia98
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Native, I believe.
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To become a legal U.S. citizen, the United States has five distinct paths two paths 50 paths, one per state only one path
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Only one path :o
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To become a legal U.S. citizen, the United States has five distinct paths two paths 50 paths, one per state only one path
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Gotta do the interview, take the test, live in the US for at least 5 years
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only one path :o
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Which of the following words means "loyalty and devotion"? Citizenship Allegiance Naturalization Immigration
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Not the last two. Take a gander at this one.
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b?
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@anitasonia98
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yep :)
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how many more do you have to answer?
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well, are you in a rush?
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not exactly, but i'll be signing off soon.
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well i have a bunch more :) like 50 :)
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okay that's a lot. for most of these, it just requires a quick look at google :o
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okay can you help with like 20 then? :)
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still a lot :o i don't think i even have enough time left to help with that many
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how many then? @anitasonia98
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People born in the United States are legal residents naturalized citizens U.S. citizens immigrants
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like 10 at the most again, a lot of these requires just a quick search on google (like 10 sec each)
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well, what do you think?
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ok lets continue!
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you got it?
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c? @anitasonia98
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i think that's right
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In the Oath of Allegiance, a person gives up loyalty to other governments swears to vote in every U.S. election breaks the laws of U.S. states promises to speak English only
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@anitasonia98
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not the last two, lol. which one do you think it is?
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a? @anitasonia98
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yep
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U.S. residents who are not citizens may not serve on juries attend school find a job buy a home
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serve on juries :o
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@anitasonia98
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what do you think? it's a passport, so..
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d
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nope, only us citizens have it
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b
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nope
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cc
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yep
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okay i have to go
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good luck on the rest ^^
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wait no! i only have 3 more :(
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Read the following text excerpt. Then answer the question that follows. "I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty, of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform noncombatant service in the armed forces of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law; and that I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God." Who would speak the text above, and in what situation? A native U.S. citizen who has been accused of failing in his or her duties. A legal citizen of another country who wishes to return to his or her home country. An immigrant to the United States who has been arrested by the police. A person becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen who is taking the Oath of Allegiance.
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