Quiz: Can You Answer 20 Questions All Americans Think They Know?

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Are you as smart as you are patriotic?

How well do you think you know your home country? Prove that you're a real American by taking this quiz!

 Dec 11, 2018

1 of 20True or False:

Being an ultimate melting pot, there is no official language for the United States.
True
False

2 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Changing history as we know it, July 4, 1776 is known for the signing of the ___.
The Bill of Rights
The Constitution
The Declaration of Independence

3 of 20True or False:

The U.S. invented the internet.
True
False

4 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner?
Abraham Lincoln
Francis Scott-key
Alexander Hamilton

5 of 20Choose Your Answer:

"That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind" was said by ___ ___.
Neil Armstrong
Bertrand Russell
John Buckley

6 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Unknown to most, many ___ are actually volunteers.
Firefighters
EMT
Police officers

7 of 20Choose Your Answer:

The first African American President was elected in ___.
2008
1990
2000

8 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Labor day is celebrated in what month?
February
May
September

9 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Which state is the smallest in the US?
New Hampshire
Vermont
Rhode Island

10 of 20Choose Your Answer:

What is Hawaii's largest city?
Honolulu
Kailua
Hilo

11 of 20Choose Your Answer:

What was the US amendment against drinking alcohol known as?
Prohibition
Rejection
Revelation

12 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Americans are proud to live in ___.
The Land of the Free
The land Down Under
The hexagon

13 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Which American president was the only one elected after running unopposed?
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams

14 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Where is the headquarters of Chrysler and General Motors?
San Francisco
Philadelphia
Detroit

15 of 20True or False:

The seven rays on the crown of the Statue of Liberty represent the seven continents.
False
True

16 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Women were finally allowed to vote in ___.
1920
1850
1970

17 of 20Choose Your Answer:

In what state is the Alamo located?
Texas
Illinois
Nevada

18 of 20Choose Your Answer:

The third Monday in January is a public holiday celebrating whose birthday?
Abraham Lincoln
Martin Luther King, Jr
George Washington

19 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Topeka is the capital city of which state?
Oklahoma
Nevada
Kansas

20 of 20True or False:

The U.S. is known for having the largest economy.
True
False
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A lot has happened to shape the United States of America as we know it today. The US is a relatively young country — less than 250 years old— but its packed a whole lot in that time. From world wars to civil wars to 45 presidents, to moon landings, to wars, to unheard of inventions, from the Industrial Revolution to the tech boom, America has left an indelible mark the world, and continues to shape popular culture, science, and events around the globe!

Are you American as apple pie? Do you love the history of this amazing country? Do you know its geography, culture and famous people too? If so, you'll be able to answer these difficult questions regarding the events that shaped the good old USA from day one!

Do you know how we came to be? Do you know who the Founding Father's were and how early American government was formed? Do know the battles fought and waged in the name of Democracy? Can you name every president that has served country since its humble beginnings? Do you know the names of the great presidents from those who faded into obscurity? Do you know city nicknames and state landmarks? If you know the answers to all those questions, you may just be a fanatic for America, and you might have the know-how to ace this super fun quiz! So sit back, relax, put on your thinking cap and take a trip through America's colorful, vibrant and rewarding history!