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Social Studies Week 7

Quiz by Rhonda Pawlik

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    The exchange of foods, goods and ideas between the Old World and the New World in the 1500s is called the __________________.
    Change for All Time
    Currency Exchange
    Elizabethan Exchange
    Columbian Exchange
    60s
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  • Q2
    Slaves were brought to the New World from __________.
    Africa
    New Zealand
    New Netherland
    Canada
    60s
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  • Q3
    What does the word "converting" mean in this sentence? "And they worked on converting Indians to Christianity."
    continuing in their beliefs
    changing from one belief to another
    writing new beliefs
    moving to a new place
    60s
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  • Q4
    Having to do with farming is ______________.
    aquarmarine
    agricultural
    farmical
    growic
    60s
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  • Q5
    An important food we use all the time is a _____________________.
    staple
    beverage
    textile
    cacao
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  • Q6
    .A disease brought by Europeans to the New World in the 1500s was ________________.
    small plague
    smallpox
    cancer
    AIDS
    60s
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  • Q7
    The 3 L's of gaining power for a country are:
    land, labor and loot
    labor, licenses and land
    lemons, limes, and loot
    land, labor and large soldiers
    60s
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  • Q8
    A country known as a "breadbasket" is a place where ________________?
    a lot of baskets are woven
    grain had to be imported
    bread is given away free to other countries
    food from grains is produced and also exported.
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  • Q9
    What did the Dutch call New York City in the early 1600s?
    Hollandia
    New Amsterdam
    New Dutchland
    New Hudson
    60s
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  • Q10
    Chocolate was once served this way by the Aztec.
    as a watery, bitter drink
    in a mug with whipped cream and candy cane
    in candy bars with almonds and coconut
    in breads and muffins
    60s
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