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the system encompassing this type of government is called shared powers



 
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the system encompassing this type of government is called shared powers #1 (permalink) Fri Dec 28, 2012 7:49 am   the system encompassing this type of government is called shared powers
 

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ESL/EFL Test #255 "US Government Questions Test (4)", question 8

When federal and state governments have some control over the same issues, at their distinct levels, the system encompassing this type of government is called ......... powers.

(a) correct
(b) shared
(c) uniform

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #255 "US Government Questions Test (4)", answer 8

When federal and state governments have some control over the same issues, at their distinct levels, the system encompassing this type of government is called shared powers.

Correct answer: (b) shared

Your answer was: correct
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Hello, teachers!

Would you like please to give another example of the second part of the test statement "the system encompassing this type of government is called shared powers", especially instead of the word "system"?

I believe it will be helpful not only to me.

Thank you,
Vladimir.
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