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100

What is the climate like where Katie is from? Does it snow?

Temperate climate, cold winters with some snow and hot summers

100

What day and month is Valentines Day celebrated?

February 14th

100

Are fish and chips a typical American dish?

No, chips are called french fries in the US

100

What do we call football in America?

Soccer

100

Which country suffered the most in WW1? Which suffered the least?

Germany suffered the most, USA the least

200

How many states are in the US?

50

200

Name one way Americans celebrate Easter

They have Easter egg hunts, they eat dinner with the whole family, they eat chocolate eggs and bunnies

200

The USA is known as a melting pot of cultures because so many cultures thrive there. This is reflected in the food. You can go to restaurants to try food from other Countries such as __________, and ___________.

India, Mexico, Japan, China

200

At what age can you start driving? At what age can you get a job?

16

200

What is Pearl Harbor? The place and the event

The Japanese army bombed an American Naval base in Hawaii called Pearl Harbor because they wanted to weaken the US's navy

300

Name one stereotype of people from Kentucky

They don't wear shoes, OR they marry their cousins, OR they ride horses everywhere

300

Do Americans celebrate Semana Santa?

No, just Good Friday and Easter

300

What time do Americans typically eat lunch?

Anytime between 11:30am and 1:00 pm

300

What is your language assistant's last name?

Schroeder

300

In the Civil war, the Confederate soldiers represented the _________ part of the America

Southern (South)

400

What state do many older people move to when they retire?

Florida

400

What day do the Americans celebrate their independence from the British?

July 4th!!!

400

What time do Americans eat dinner?

Between 5pm and 7pm

400

What is the name of your language assistant's cat? Is it a boy or girl?

Ohana! He is a boy!

400

Define abolish (in english) and use it in a sentence

Abolish: to formally end a system

EX: Slavery was abolished in !865

500

Find Kentucky on a map:


500

What Civil Rights Leader is celebrated in January?

Martin Luther King Jr.

500

Name 3 different things Americans might eat for breakfast:

Oatmeal, cereal and milk, bacon and eggs, bagels, pancakes, buttered toast, etc

500

POV: You're in America seeing the sights with a friend when you have a car accident; what number do you call for emergency services?

911

500

Where does the phrase "Separate but equal" come from? Give an example

It comes from the Civil Rights movement when black and white people had "separate but equal" public spaces. Black and white people had separate bathrooms, schools, park benches, bus seats, even restaurants.

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