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Who is the answer
The answer is Who
"Who" is a Subject Pronoun like he, she and we
"Whom" is an Object Pronoun like her, him and us
The correct answer is “who was the first president of the United States”. George Washington was the first president of the United States and he served for 8 years.
The First President of the United States was George Washington.
George Washington was one of the pioneers who had envisioned the dream of a free land where all Americans would be free citizens and would govern the land on the basis of democratic institutions, where the free American citizens would choose their leaders that would choose a premier, who would govern the nation, and look after the welfare and benefits of the citizens. The Commander of the Continental Army, who through his sheer determination, sound judgment and valiance, led the nation to such greatness, to freedom from foreign domination, would be definitely bestowed with the honor of being the First President of the nation. Washington was one of the pioneers who had helped to craft and formulate the progressive United States Constitution.
The greatness of George Washington lay in the fact that he established a code of conduct, a certain precedent for all future Presidents to follow and emulate. The fledgling nation had its own share of national concerns, and conflict between independent provinces who threatened to form their own separate nations by choosing not to ratify the Constitution. Washington rose to the occasion time and again, proving his capabilities as a natural-born leader, who had a clear understanding of the realities that the country was facing at that time. Washington was unanimously elected as President, and all resources of the American nation were at his disposal. However, he upheld the dignity of his office, shaping his nation into greatness.
1.Explain how unequal access to basic services contributes to poverty
2.How the government is contributing to nutrition programs
Grade: High School
Chapter: The making of the United States
Washington, treaty, American Constitution, Presidency, matters of national importance, ratification.