Reading & Writing Sample Sentences US Citizenship Interview | USCitizenshipTest.org

Reading & Writing Sample Sentences US Citizenship Interview | USCitizenshipTest.org


During the Citizenship interview, the USCIS Officer will test your ability to speak, read, and write in English. In this video, we will cover both the Reading and Writing portion of the English test. You must read and write 1 out of 3 sentences correctly. We will show you example sentences that cover all of the official reading and writing vocabulary. The vocabulary lists can be downloaded from the link in the video description. Feel free to pause the video if you need more time. Please read this sentence. Who is on the dollar bill? Please write this sentence. President Washington is on the dollar bill. Please read this sentence. What country is to the south of the U.S.? Please write this sentence. Mexico is to the south of the U.S. Please read this sentence. What is the largest city in America? Please write this sentence. New York City is the largest city. Please read this sentence. When do we vote for the President? Please write this sentence. We vote for the President in November. Please read this sentence. Where is the White House? Please write this sentence. The White House is in Washington D.C. Please read this sentence. What is one right citizens have? Please write this sentence. Citizens can vote. Please read this sentence. What do people want in America? Please write this sentence. People want to vote in America. Please read this sentence. When do Senators meet? Please write this sentence. Senators meet in Congress. Please read this sentence. What was one of the first states? Please write this sentence. Delaware is one of the first states of the United States. Please read this sentence. When is Independence Day? Please write this sentence. Independence Day is in July. Please read this sentence. How many states does the U.S. have? Please write this sentence. The United States have fifty states. Please read this sentence. Who was the second President? Please write this sentence. Adams was the second President. Please read this sentence. Where does Congress meet? Please write this sentence. Congress meets in Washington D.C. Please read this sentence. Who is the Father of Our Country? Please write this sentence. President Washington is the Father of our Country. Please read this sentence. When is Memorial Day? Please write this sentence. Memorial Day is in May. Please read this sentence. When is Thanksgiving? Please write this sentence. Thanksgiving is in November. Please read this sentence. What city was the first capital of the United States? Please write this sentence. New York City was the first capital of the United States. Please read this sentence. Who elects Congress? Please write this sentence. The citizens elect Congress. Please read this sentence. How many Senators does Congress have? Please write this sentence. Congress has one hundred Senators. Please read this sentence. When is Flag Day? Please write this sentence. Flag Day is in June. Please read this sentence. What do we have to pay the government? Please write this sentence. We have to pay taxes. Please read this sentence. What are the colors of the American flag? Please write this sentence. The American flag is red, white, and blue. Please read this sentence. Where does the President live? Please write this sentence. The President lives in Washington D.C. Please read this sentence. Who was Abraham Lincoln? Please write this sentence. Lincoln was the President during the Civil War. Please read this sentence. Who can vote? Please write this sentence. Citizens can vote. Please read this sentence. What is the largest state? Please write this sentence. Alaska is the largest state. Please read this sentence. Who was George Washington? Please write this sentence. Washington was the first President. Please read this sentence. What country is to the north of the U.S.? Please write this sentence. Canada is to the north of the United States. Please read this sentence. Who has the right to vote? Please write this sentence. Citizens have the right to vote. Please read this sentence. Who lived here first? Please write this sentence. American Indians lived here first. Please read this sentence. When is Labor Day? Please write this sentence. Labor Day is in September. Please read this sentence. When is Presidents’ Day? Please write this sentence. Presidents’ Day is in February. Please read this sentence. What state has the most people? Please write this sentence. California has the most people. Please read this sentence. What do people want when they come to America? Please write this sentence. People want freedom of speech. Please read this sentence. Why do people come to America? Please write this sentence. People come to the United States to be free. Please read this sentence. What is the capital of the United States? Please write this sentence. The capital of the United States is Washington D.C. Please read this sentence. Who lives in the White House? Please write this sentence. The President lives in the White House. Please read this sentence. What is one right in the Bill of Rights? Please write this sentence. Freedom of speech is one right. Please read this sentence. When is Columbus Day? Please write this sentence. Columbus Day is in October. Please read this sentence. What is the name of the first President? Please write this sentence. Washington is the first President.

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    Ahmed Elrased

    I passed the test today! Praise the Lord, my God, who has given me strength and wisdom to answer all the questions.
    Thanks for all these YouTube videos; great tools for practice.
    I want to share my experience … I was really nervous.
    When the officer called me, she was very professional and kindly made me do the oath.
    After that, she told me "look at the black camera" to take a picture, then "place your finger point for digital fingerprints.
    SHe asked for my green card, passport and ID of the state.

    SHe started with the personal questions of my N400 application. Full
    name, address, employment history, marital status, trips, etc.
    After
    that, they asked me to check up in a tablet (yes, now everything is
    digital and in tablets) if all my information is correct. After you
    verify it, you have to sign it on the tablet.
    The civic questions they asked me:
    1. Who does a U.S. Senator represent?
    2. Why does the flag have 50 stars?*
    3. Who did the United States fight in World War II?
    4. Before he was President, Eisenhower was a general. What war was he in?
    5. What is one thing Benjamin Franklin is famous for?
    6. When is the last day you can send in federal income tax forms?*
    Now, The reading portion:

    1. WHO WAS George Washington ? Then, you have to go for the writing
    portion: WASHINGTON WAS THE FIRST PRESIDENT. (As you can see, the
    writing portion is the answer of the reading portion)
    At the end, they asked me for all the questions "Have you ever" and "do you".
    SHe printed the naturalization interview results stating that I passed the test!

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    Yuli Esperanza Garrido

    I passed the test today. it did not take more than 20 minutes. The officer was so nice and friendly. The reading test was: Where is the White House? and writing test was the answer of this question: The White House is in Washington, D.C.
    The Civic question that the officer asked me:
    1. Who does a U.S. Senator represent?

    2. Who makes federal laws?

    3.Who was President during the Great Depression and World Wat II?

    4. In what month do we vote for president?

    5. What is the highest court in the United states?

    6. How old do citizens have to be to vote for President?

    Good luck

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    nay thar

    Senators meet in Congress. Or meets?
    Because,I don't see (meet ) verbs in writing vocabulary.
    And also too fast.

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    Mod Moddy

    No.5 it should be The White House is in Washington, D.C.? In the vdo doesn't have , after Washington. Correct if I am wrong.

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    Aung Sha

    Did the officer provide the answer for writing test just like this video ? Did we just have to write down what the office said or I have to provide the answer myself??

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    Monyh Medina7y777

    Hola mañana tengo mi entrevista estoy nerviosa y no se inglés e estudiado durante este tiempo espero pasar ya que no tengo ayuda de nadie solo por este medio y le doy las gracias a los que ponen su historia ayuda mucho

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    Jan Vale

    Please can someone tell me about your trips? The officer asked about that? Thursday is my Citizenship interview I'm so nervous. I'm very bad with the dates.

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    Monyh Medina7y777

    Gracias por ayudar con estos videos pase mi entrevista la persona que me tocó fue muy linda, les cuento que están muy nerviosa cuando llegue al edificio pase por seguridad y el oficial me dijo que estuviera tranquila que la pasaría deje la carta y me pasaron a la sala a los 30 minutos salió una señora y me llamo solo por mi nombre y mi esposo venia con migo para entrar porque dejaban entrar con familiar o abogado pero la señora le dijo que el no en ese momento sentí que no la pasaría me pregunto hacia la oficina nunca pregunta que no le entendí si espere mucho o que tanto hice de camino pero sólo conteste que una hora me miro y sonrío sentí que ya no la hice que empecé mal al llegar me dijo ponte cómoda y espere que ella se sentara me tomo las huellas y foto me dijo que haría las preguntas de historia pase 6 y la escrita también y leer y me dijo felicidades que pasaría a la otra parte ella me dijo mi nombre y mi domicilio siguió escribiendo y no me miraba sentía que que había hecho algo mal de repente me dijo que si ira a trabajar y dije que si siguió escribiendo y dijo firma se levanto de la silla y me dio un papel y dijo te acompaño a hasta la puerta mí entrevista duro cuando mucho 7 o 8 minutos sentí que no la pase cuando salí del edificio me di cuenta que me paso diosito me puso una persona muy linda que no me pregunto nada porque no se inglés nada y gracias estos videos me preparé y solo les digo que la gente nos cuentan cosas que aveces nos asustan tanto y realmente de solo hacerlo siempre ai un ángel que nos cuida suerte a todos

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    Mohamoud Abdula

    Thank so much this is video . because .i want Learning more . and have you good jobs ? and thankfully

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    Ruz Mel

    Hi everyone, my interview is next week, I had 14 trips, I am not able to remember all of that. Also, I had one more trip after I submit my N-400 form, when she/ he asks me when was your last trip? which one should I say? Thank you!!!

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    welcome to Johnny's fashion evaluation

    Question: what about abbreviations? Are we allowed to use abbreviations or what? Like, are we allowed to write NYC instead of New York City even if the proctor didn’t say NYC?

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    Valen Anderson

    Hello I will be taking my Citizenship soon and I am just a bit curious about the questions "Where the President live"? Would that be the answer, The President lives in the White House in Washington, D.C? Please help 🤗

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    US Citizenship Test. Org

    Check out other videos:

    Official 100 Questions and Answers with Easy Answer

    https://youtu.be/Dy3BerEK5xU

    N-400 Mock Interview:

    https://youtu.be/8QLozHTaBNc

    https://youtu.be/wFYQLF4s0HE

    N-400 Application Vocabulary Definition

    https://youtu.be/oH81JLLi54o

    Reading & Writing Sample Sentences US Citizenship Interview

    https://youtu.be/M1wRQ76t5Ts

    N-400 Application 10 Most asked questions

    https://youtu.be/11KJobHO83w

    N-400 Interview Basic English Commands

    https://youtu.be/gcktxgNbEP8

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