My Home in the United StatesHome Sweet HomeThere is no place like homeMake yourself at homeWelcome homeIt is my home away from homePeople have different ideas of home. For you,home might mean where you grew up, or whereyour family and friends live now. For otherpeople, home might mean the place where theylive right now and would like to stay in thefuture. Because the idea of home is so importantto people, there are many expressions or sayingsabout it. Read the popular sayings in the boxabove and think about what they mean. Do youhave similar sayings in your native language?Discuss the following questions with a partner and make some notes aboutyour ideas. Share your ideas with the whole class.What are the best things about the place where you live?What are some things that you would like to change about where you live?Intermediate Level U.S. Geography H www.uscis.gov/citizenship1
ATO LANCE TICAN2 Intermediate Level U.S. Geography H www.uscis.gov/citizenshipMap of the United StatesPA00C IFIC OCEAN100 mi100 km0000200 mi200 kmH Represents a capital cityCourtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey.100100200200300 mi300 kmFind your state and label it. Mark where your city ortown is located. Find the star for your state capitaland label that. Write in the names of the states thatborder your home state.
Geography of the United StatesThe United States is one of the largest countriesin the world. It is located in North Americabetween the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast andthe Pacific Ocean on the West Coast. As of 2013,the estimated population of the United States wasmore than 315 million people, the third largestpopulation in the world after China and India.The United States is divided into 50 states andthe District of Columbia. Washington, D.C., is thecapital of the United States. In size, the largeststate in the country is Alaska and the smallestone is Rhode Island. Besides the 50 states, thereare five major territories. Two U.S. territories,Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, are in theAtlantic Ocean. Three other territories are in thePacific Ocean: Guam, American Samoa, and theNorthern Mariana Islands. Each state and territoryhas its own capital. Sometimes the state capital isnot the largest city in the state. What is your statecapital? What city has the largest population inyour state?Mexico is to the south of the United States. Thereare four states that border Mexico: Arizona,California, New Mexico, and Texas. Canadaborders the United States to the north. ThirteenU.S. states border Canada: Alaska, Idaho, Maine,Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire,New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania,Vermont, and Washington.Look at the map on page 2.First, label the oceans, the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Then label thestates that border Canada and Mexico. Find the star for Washington, D.C., andlabel it.Answer these Civics Test questions.1. What is the capital of your state?2. What ocean is on the West Coast of the United States?3. What ocean is on the East Coast of the United States?4. Name one U.S. territory.5. Name one state that borders Canada.6. Name one state that borders Mexico.7. What is the capital of the United States?To look at state maps and learn more about each state, iate Level U.S. Geography H www.uscis.gov/citizenship3
America the BeautifulThe landscape of the United States has greatmagnificent scenery and learn about nature andvariety. The country has deep canyons, vasthistorical events. Have you ever visited a nationalforests, and active volcanoes. There are long rivers or state park?and coastlines, beautiful deserts and islands,and huge plains and lakes. For example, thetwo longest rivers in the United States are theMississippi River and the Missouri River. Twomajor mountain ranges are the Rocky Mountainsin the west and the Appalachian Mountains in theeast. To the north, near Canada, there are the fiveGreat Lakes.There are national and state parks all overthe country. These are good places to enjoyMississippi River.Look at the wall map of the United States and find the Mississippi andMissouri Rivers.Answer this Civics Test question.1. Name one of the two longest rivers in the United States.Write a paragraph.To describe a place or a person, we use adjectives such as cold, beautiful, or tall.Think about a famous place in your native country. Make a list of adjectives todescribe it. Then write a paragraph about that place.4 Intermediate Level U.S. Geography H www.uscis.gov/citizenship
Civics Test Questions—U.S. GeographyRead the test questions and write the answers. Take turns practicing them with your partner.1. What is the capital of your state?2. Name one of the two longest rivers in the United States.3. What ocean is on the West Coast of the United States?4. What ocean is on the East Coast of the United States?5. Name one U.S. territory.6. Name one state that borders Canada.7. Name one state that borders Mexico.8. What is the capital of the United States?To find more information about the United States and other countries around the world, ctbook/index.html. To learn about nationalparks, visit www.nps.gov.Intermediate Level U.S. Geography H www.uscis.gov/citizenship5
There is no place like home . Welcome home. It is my home away from home. People have different ideas of home. For you, home might mean where you grew up, or where . your family and friends live now. For other people, home might mean the place where they live right now and would like to stay in the future. Because the idea of home is so important
Sep 26, 2021 · *Introit Sweet Sweet Spirit1 UMH #334 Words & Music by Doris Akers There’s a sweet, sweet Spirit in this place, and I know that it’s the Spirit of the Lord. There are sweet expressions on each face, and I know they feel the presence of the Lord. Sweet Holy Spirit, sweet heavenly Dove
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