Reading Vocabulary for the Naturalization Test

Reading vocabulary for the naturalization test

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The English test has three components: Reading, Writing, and speaking. Your ability to speak English will be determined by a USCIS Officer during your eligibility interview on Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.

For the Reading portion, USCIS officer will ask you to read up to three sentences. You Must read at least one out of three sentences correctly to demonstrate your ability to read. 

Once you read one of three sentences correctly, the USCIS Officer will stop administering the reading test. You can not be failed because of your accent when speaking English.

Reading Vocabulary Word Strips for the Naturalization Test

The USCIS Reading Vocabulary Word Strips help immigrants study for the English reading portion of the naturalization test. These word strips contain all the words in the reading portion of the test. The content focuses on civics and history topics.

Abraham Lincoln
George Washington

American flag
Bill of Rights
capital
citizen
city
Congress
country
Father of Our Country
government
President
right
Senators
state/states
White House

America
United States
U.S.

President’s Day
Memorial Day
Flag Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Thanksgiving

How
What
When
Where
Who
Why

can
come
do/does
elects
have/has
is/are/was/be
lives/lived
meet
name
pay
vote
want

a
for
here
in
of
on
the
to
we

colors
dollar bill
first
largest
many
most
north
one
people
second
south

Sample Writing Sentences

  • Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves.
  • Alaska is the largest U.S. state.
  • Citizens can vote.
  • George Washington was the first president.
  • Lincoln was the President during the Civil War.
  • The President lives in the White House.
  • The President of the United States is elected by the people.
  • The White House is in Washington D.C.
  • There are 100 senators in the US Senate.
  • Washington is on the dollar bill.

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