A) The weather is bad.
B) The courthouse is hard to find.
C) The subway is not running.
D) New York is a big city
A) hasn't decided where the people will go
B) left it out accidentally
C) doesn't think anyone will notice
D) wants to keep the reader in suspense
A) They all live in different American cities.
B) Today is the first time they have seen snow.
C) They all love snow and storms.
D) They all come from countries other than the United States.
A) They get their certificate of citizenship.
B) They join the judge in "The Star-Spangled Banner."
C) They take the oath of citizenship.
D) They celebrate with their friends.
A) to determine whether or not the people understand English
B) to swear loyalty to the United States
C) to make many voices sound as one
D) to give people a chance to practice their English
A) Most Americans have come from somewhere else.
B) Becoming a citizen is a very important event.
C) People from other countries come to the United States each year.
D) Many people have learned the oath of citizenship.
A) they are not old enough
B) they were not born in America
C) they do not speak English
D) they do not have much money
A) played with some snow
B) helped his father light a fire in the fireplace
C) put a sign on their front door
D) made a present for his mother
A) because the little ones are crying
B) so he could talk to the captain of the ferry
C) because he wanted to enjoy the warm weather
D) so the children would not be up there alone
A) because they had small American flags to hold
B) because the room was crowded and many people were already standing
C) to show they are proud to be American citizens
D) to practice saying the Pledge of Allegiance in case it is required on the test
A) left the room
B) came forward to receive their certificate
C) shook the judge's hand
D) waved the American flag
1.B 2.C 3.B 4.A 5.A 6.B 7.C 8.A 9.D 10.D 11.C 12.B 13.A 14.B 15.A 16.D 17.C 18.B