The Full Wiki

De facto: Quiz

  
  
  

Did you know ...


More interesting facts on De facto

Include this on your site/blog:
Question 1: Similarly, Saddam Hussein's formal rule of ________ is often recorded as beginning in 1979, the year he assumed the Presidency of Iraq.
TurkeyCyprusIraqSyria

Question 2: These laws were legally ended in 1964 by the ________.
Partial-Birth Abortion Ban ActCivil Rights Act of 1964U.S. history of alcohol minimum purchase age by stateMatthew Shepard Act

Question 3: When discussing a ________ situation, de jure designates what the law says, while de facto designates action of what happens in practice.
Scots lawXeerShariaLaw

Question 4: [1] ________ is another example of a country with no language recognized de jure.
United KingdomCambodiaJapanCanada

Question 5: A de facto ________ is a system where many suppliers of a product are allowed, but the market is so completely dominated by one that the others might as well not exist.
Competition lawBarriers to entryNatural monopolyMonopoly

Question 6: states have de facto second languages in addition to the de jure standard of English: Spanish in New Mexico and French in ________.
LouisianaMississippiUnited StatesArkansas

Question 7: [8] In ________ and New Zealand, de facto has become a term for one's domestic partner.
AustraliaCanadaUnited KingdomBarbados

Question 8: Several de facto English-speaking countries have no de jure official national language, such as ________ and the United Kingdom.
AustraliaBarbadosCanadaJamaica

Question 9: Russian was the de facto official language of the central government and, to a large extent, republican governments of the former ________, but was not declared de jure state language until 1990.
Soviet UnionEast GermanyEastern BlocJoseph Stalin

Question 10: The term de facto as of governments was created after the ________ referred to illegal governments (governing bodies which Argentina did not acknowledge as individual nations) as de facto governments.
Constitution of BrazilUnited States ConstitutionConstitution of ArgentinaConstitution of Puerto Rico
















Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message