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A More Perfect Union: The USCIS Civics Test Guide to the Monuments and Memorials on the National Mall (PDF, 2.66 MB) is a series of 13 interactive resources that allows applicants to learn about the individuals and events represented by the monuments and memorials in Washington, DC, while studying for the naturalization civics test. The Civics Test Guide to Constitution Gardens is the first in the series to be released, and it highlights the naturalization civics test questions relating to the principles and structures of government and the rights and responsibilities of citizens that are identified in the U.S. Constitution.

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The 100 civics (history and government) questions and answers for the 2008 version of the civics portion of the naturalization test are listed below. The civics test is an oral test and the USCIS officer will ask the applicant up to 10 of the 100 civics questions. An applicant must answer 6 out of 10 questions correctly to pass the civics portion of the naturalization test.

On the naturalization test, some answers may change because of elections or appointments. As you study for the test, make sure that you know the most current answers to these questions. Answer these questions with the name of the official who is serving at the time of your eligibility interview with USCIS.

Although USCIS is aware that there may be additional correct answers to the 100 civics questions, applicants are encouraged to respond to the civics questions using the answers provided below.

The civics test is an oral test and the USCIS officer will ask you to answer 20 out of the 128 civics test questions. You must answer at least 12 questions (or 60%) correctly to pass the 2020 version of the civics test.

On the civics test, some answers may change because of elections or appointments. Visit our Check for Test Updates page to find any answers that may have changed on the civics test. You must answer the question with the name of the official serving at the time of your naturalization interview.

65/20 Special Consideration If you are 65 years old or older and have been living in the United States as a lawful permanent resident of the United States for 20 or more years, you may study just the 20 questions that have been marked with an asterisk (*) found at the end of each question. You may also take the civics test in the language of your choice. The USCIS officer will ask you to answer 10 out of the 20 civics test questions with an asterisk. You must answer at least 6 out of 10 questions (or 60%) correctly to pass the 2020 version of the civics test.

I recommend using the youtube-dl snap package (sudo snap install youtube-dl) to download the mp3 components of YouTube videos, so that you don't get blocked from downloading from YouTube because your version of youtube-dl is not up-to-date.

It has been written to ensure the best possible quality in combination. It provides a simple interface for downloading videos or audio tracks only. It has a GTK3 interface and was written for Linux/Ubuntu

Im having a problem in my wordpress. I have this mp3 media that I want to be downloadable then I used different kinds of plugins but no luck. The plugin did work but whenever I clicked the DOWNLOAD button it always play in the browser its not directly downloading.

I have created a simple HTTP server which allows users to download files. But this does not seem to work for mp3 files. The content type currently is "application/misc". In order to make it work with mp3 files , I've tried "application/mp3" , "application/data" and "application/mpeg".

I can figure out how to play it, but I can't figure out how to download it (i.e., save it for future listening). It seems like iTunes is the only way to download audio or video, and it only has a preset list of things that can be downloaded (and a poor search feature!).

You can put a URL into this app and it will actually download the file to the app's allocated document storage space on your iOS device. It won't add the song to your iTunes library or the Music section of your iPod, but you'll at least be able to play the file offline by opening the GoodReader app and browsing to it.

Now go to Window -> Downloads and press Command and V to paste the address into the download window. This should cause the file you selected to download to your default location for Downloads (usually the Downloads folder within your home folder).

Download a download app, I used Air Download Lite. Navigate to the webpage, click and hold the link to the mp3 file until a menu pops up. Choose copy from the menu. open the download program and paste the url into the download app, and it should download the file for you.

Changes in directions Each test item has "directions" that specify how to answer the question. In order to make it more convenient for examinees, some changes in directions have been made since the "New Japanese-Language Proficiency Test Sample Questions" was published in August 2009. Test items whose directions have changed are summarized by level for your review.

In August I was able to create assignments that asked students to download an audio file (.mp3) from the assignment page (and then save it to their iPad to bring into an assignment in GarageBand). With the new updates, the audio files I upload into Canvas now seem to embed directly into the assignment - and no longer allow us to save the audio file to their devices. What am I missing? How can I distribute .mp3 files through Canvas to my students now? (Middle school musicians)

I have a problem on my client's Wordpress site. The client has MP3 files that they would like to be able to be played in the browser but also be downloadable. Playing in the browser isn't a problem, but when the "Download MP3" link is clicked it opens the "Save/Save As" browser dialogue and then downloads a 0kb file with the correct file name.

I'm new to Wordpress development... any ideas on how to get the downloads to work properly? Here's a link to a representative example: -archive/who-can-make-war-against-him-revelation-133-18/?player=audio

I've tried disabling each plugin used on the site one-by-one but that did not get the downloads working. The one plugin I did not disable was the "Embed Any Document" plugin because there are a lot of documents embedded on the site and I didn't want to mess them up.

Questions seeking product, service, or learning material recommendations are off-topic because they become outdated quickly and attract opinion-based answers. Instead, describe your situation and the specific problem you're trying to solve. Share your research. Here are a few suggestions on how to properly ask this type of question.

The following lessons cover 75 topics that you will face very often in your daily life. Each lesson is designed in form of ESL conversation questions and answers, followed by REAL English conversation audios, which will definitely benefit your English conversation practice.

While YouTube's Terms of Service allow users to download content that they uploaded as well as some specific videos (via YouTube's own download link, if present), downloading of content is forbidden.

@Robert Harvey's answer to How do we handle questions that are potentially or blatantly illegal or malicious? appears to address this situation, although the question was more about hacking activities. To paraphrase:

Full disclosure: Before posting this Q, I edited the late answer to remove a link provided as an example, which led to a site providing a YouTube piracy service. I also initiated close-voting on the question based on my interpretation of Stack Overflow's TOS, with this custom close reason:

I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because question subject and content violate the StackOverflow Terms of Service sect 3 c) and/or e) by targeting a specific organization with intent to expropriate proprietary data.

I can't speak for the site as a whole, but I can comment on how I handle flags on questions like this. We regularly are flagged about questions that ask about scraping content from other sites, downloading YouTube videos, etc. I generally decline such flags with the reason

If the question isn't a viable, on-topic programming question, I may close it and / or downvote it for its technical problems, but I don't feel qualified to weigh in on external Terms of Service violations.

With that said, there's nothing in the ToS that prohibits people from asking questions about problems that they're attempting to solve with software, and attempting to draw a distinction between 'bad' and 'good' there is more likely way more dangerous than the shadiest of questions ever asked on the site. If programmers can't talk about how poorly guarded buffers might be exploited, then the software currently eating this world would reek of Swiss cheese. It's hard to come up with language to stop folks from over thinking what one might potentially do with an answer to a question.

And finally, with all of that said, the truly smelly and shady sorts of questions that smell as if they might be up to real shenanigans are generally asked in a way that makes them off-topic for a plethora of other reasons, so they really don't tend to stick around.

Much like questions that might conceivably violate a third-party NDA, we really can't enforce other people's rules. But, those that tend to seek knowledge to do actual harm tend to be so awful that they're quickly disposed of for much simpler reasons. If it looks like something is as evil as it is exceptional in that regard, flag it or just contact us directly, and we'll deal with it.

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