Can You Answer 12 Questions About America?

Put on your red, white, and blue lucky socks and see how well you do answering 12 questions about the good ol' U. S. of A!
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Who wrote the US national anthem, 'The Star-Spangled Banner?'
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Francis Scott Key
Thurgood Marshall
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Where was the nation's very first capital?
New York City
Philadelphia
It was always in Washington D.C.
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When did the United States become the first country to send a man to the moon?
1964
1969
1982
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What is the largest U.S. state?
Texas
California
Alaska
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What is the smallest US state?
Rhode Island
Delaware
New Hampshire
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In which one of these government positions can one hold the longest term?
US Senate
Presidential Cabinet
US Supreme Court
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Who served the longest time in office if you count presidency and vice presidency combined?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Herbert Hoover
Richard Nixon
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On September 11, 2001, hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center and which other major US building?
The White House
The Pentagon
The United Nations
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What is the largest religion in the United States?
Christianity
Hinduism
Agnostic/Atheist
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Question 10/10

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Which language is the second most commonly spoken language in the United States, after English?
Chinese
Japanese
Spanish
Result
Oh no! Seems like you don't know much about the great U. S. of A! You sure you're not a modern day Benedict Arnold? Time to study up, eat some good old-fashioned American comfort food, and try this quiz again!

C+, Benedict Arnold?

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Good job! You may not have earned a perfect score, but it's clear that you've got enough American pride in that heart of yours.

B+, Bleeds Red, White, & Blue

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Amazing job! You certainly bleed red, white, and blue! You've passed this quiz with flying freedom colors, and you can surely call yourself an All-American Hero.

A+, All-American Hero

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1
Who wrote the US national anthem, 'The Star-Spangled Banner?'
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Francis Scott Key
Thurgood Marshall
2
Where was the nation's very first capital?
New York City
Philadelphia
It was always in Washington D.C.
3
When did the United States become the first country to send a man to the moon?
1964
1969
1982
4
What is the largest U.S. state?
Texas
California
Alaska
5
What is the smallest US state?
Rhode Island
Delaware
New Hampshire
6
In which one of these government positions can one hold the longest term?
US Senate
Presidential Cabinet
US Supreme Court
7
Who served the longest time in office if you count presidency and vice presidency combined?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Herbert Hoover
Richard Nixon
8
On September 11, 2001, hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center and which other major US building?
The White House
The Pentagon
The United Nations
9
What is the largest religion in the United States?
Christianity
Hinduism
Agnostic/Atheist
10
Which language is the second most commonly spoken language in the United States, after English?
Chinese
Japanese
Spanish