ethnic religions of Africa

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  1. What does it mean if a plant or animal becomes extinct?A.It begins to smell very bad.B.That type of animal can be used for food.C.That type of animal becomes too numerous.D.There are no more of that type of plant or animal alive in the world.
    • A.It begins to smell very bad.                        B.That type of animal can be used for
    • food.                                                     C.That type of animal becomes too numerous.                                            D.There are no more of
    • that type of plant or animal alive in the world.
  2. Which is a factor in the destruction of the African rainforest?
    A.annual grass fires                                                      B.areas of decreasing desert                    C.rapidly growing population                            D.decreased use of wood as fuel.
  3. Which would be an example of an ethnic group?
    A.people who grow similar food                     B.people who share a language or religion       C.people who share a belief in god or gods D.people who like to read the same litera
  4. Which would be an example of a religious group?
    A.people who grow similar food               B.people who share a language or religion    C.people who share a belief in god or gods D.people who like to read the same literature
  5. What religion did the Arabs bring with them to Africa?
    A.Islam  B.Judaism  C.Animism D.Christianity
  6. Why was learning Arabic important for those who became Muslims?
    A.The Quran is written in Arabic.               B.Arabic is an easy language to learn.       C.Arabic was the only written language.       D.Muslims are required to speak only Arabic
  7. Which were goods Arab traders carried across the Sahara by caravan?
    A.salt and gold                                           B.silk and wool                                         C.grains and olives                                  D.books and writing utensils
  8. Where do most Muslims live in Africa?
    A.only in the Sahel                                        B.near the southern tip of Africa                     C.in Northern and Eastern Africa                    D.few Muslims live in Africa today
  9. In which country do most Ashanti live?
    A.Egypt     B.Kenya  C.Ghana   D.Morocco
  10. What is the significance of the Golden Stool for the Ashanti people?
    A.It symbolizes the power of the Ashanti people.                                                          B.The stool was meant to encourage equal rights for all.                                           C.The Ashanti would become rich making furniture and household goods.                                                    D.The Ashanti people could only worship if they were sitting on the Golden Stool.
  11. Those who practice the traditional Ashanti religion
    A.use the Quran as their holy book.           B.believe there is one supreme god.           C.believe that Jesus is the son of God.           D.must pray facing Mecca five times a day

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