US Citizenship Interview English Reading Vocabulary | USCitizenshipTest.org

US Citizenship Interview English Reading Vocabulary | USCitizenshipTest.org


Hi everyone. Welcome back to our channel. The English test for your naturalization interview has 3 components: reading, writing, and speaking. Your ability to speak English will be determined by a USCIS Officer during your eligibility interview, where they will review the form N-400, the Application for Naturalization. Today, we are going to help you with the reading portion. USCIS provides a list of reading vocabulary you need to know. During the interview, you must read one out of three sentences based on these vocabulary correctly. If you are already familiar with the vocabulary, please go check out our video with the sample sentences. It’s very helpful. The link will be in our description. In this video, we will go over all of the vocabulary in the official list for the English reading portion of the naturalization interview. I will repeat each word once in regular speed, then twice in a slower speed, and finally once more in a regular speed. At the end of the video, the words will show up in random order and there will be a pause for you to pronounce the word. I will then pronounce it again so that you can verify your pronunciation. Official Reading Vocabulary for the USA Naturalization Interview People Abraham Lincoln George Washington Civics American flag Bill of Rights capital city Congress country Father of Our Country government President right Senators state / states White House Places America United States U.S. Holidays Presidents’ Day Memorial Day Flag Day Independence Day Labor Day Columbus Day Thanksgiving Question words How What When Where Who Why Verbs can come do / does elects have / has is / are / was / be lives / lived meet name pay vote want Other (Function) a for here in of on the to we Other (content) colors dollar bill first largest many most north one people second south Test your knowledge All right, that’s it. What do you think? Does this help you? Now that you are familiar with the vocabulary, please go check out our sample sentence video. The link is in the description. See you in the next video.

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    Zainab Aldosh

    I do not speak English and I want to submit to nationality memorized questions and writing and reading and I am afraid of the application of personal questions do not understand the formula questions

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