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Celebrate the 4th of July

written by: bobby
 
Even though it is an American celebration, there is hardly anyone who has not heard of it. Take this quiz and find out some interesting facts about this day.

Question 1:


What is Independence Day a celebration of?
American Revolutionary War
Declaration of Independence
The Boston Tea Party
American Civil War

Question 2:

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Which of the following is not a common way to celebrate July 4th?
Family gathering
Public display of fireworks
Picnic or barbecues
Eating fortune cookies


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Question 3:


Which of the following famous persons was not born on July 4?
Calvin Coolidge
Thomas Jefferson
Giuseppe Garibaldi
Nathaniel Hawthorne

Question 4:


In 1996 a movie called "Independence Day" (starring Will Smith) was released. What was it about?
The act of signing the Declaration of Independence
Attempted alien takeover of the Earth
Launching an expensive space shuttle, called 'July 4th'
Political conspiracy against the people

Question 5:


Which one was first to recognize Independence Day?
Pennsylvania
Connecticut
Massachusetts
New Jersey

Question 6:

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When did the U.S. Congress make July 4 a holiday for federal employees?
1872
1869
1871
1870


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Question 7:


The American independence was recognized by Great Britain on September 3, 1783, by the Treaty of London.
False
True

Question 8:


Which of the following pairs is wrong? It is the representative who took part in writing the draft of the declaration and their state.
Thomas Jefferson - Virginia
Roger Sherman - New York
John Adams - Massachusetts
Benjamin Franklin - Pennsylvania

Question 9:

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One of the US symbols, closely related to July 4th is the US flag. How many of the 13 stripes are red? You will not find the answer by staring at this image of the flag.
8
6
5
7


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Question 10:


One of the most spectacular ways to celebrate July 4th is through colorful fireworks. Which of these types of fireworks is prohibited?
Sparklers
Cherry bombs
Smoke bombs
Roman candles

 


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