Expert Quiz on the US (Free)

At a Glance
Exercise Summary

🕑 60-120 minutes

 🎚   B1, B2, C1, C2

🎯 speaking, culture, question practice

🕑 0-5 minutes

– If using the printed version, print one quiz for each team or each student.

– Print the Teacher’s Insights or keep them at hand as they contain the answers to the quiz, as well as recommendations for timing.

There are 48 questions over 8 categories:

  • Political Geography
  • Natural Geography
  • Gastronomy
  • Infrastructure
  • Symbols and Folklore
  • Culture & Festivities
  • Language
  • Heritage

You will find answers to all of the questions as well as extra information in the Teacher’s Insights.

How well do your students know the US? This fantastic ESL quiz on the US tests students’ expert knowledge in eight areas, ranging from symbols and folklore to geography and infrastructure.

Detailed Description

This ESL class resource is a 48-question fun facts / trivia quiz for ESL students which comes with answers and other useful information about the US. It works great for groups and can be used online or offline. You can also use this quiz for one-to-one teaching, using each question as a speaking point. Have fun!


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Teacher Insights


Teacher's Insights


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