Reading/Writing vocabulary for natuarlization test
The naturalization thas three components of the English test: speaking, reading and writing. Speaking portion of the English test is the same as the earlier test. An applicant's ability to speak English is determined by the USCIS Officer from the applicant's answers to questions normally asked during the eligibility interview on the Application for Naturalization, Form N-400. Modifications were made to the reading and writing tests. The sentences included on the new reading and writing tests will not be made publicly available. USCIS released reading and writing vocabulary lists containing all the words found in the new English reading and writing tests. Applicants can use the vocabulary lists to study. Applicants must read 1 out of 3 items correctly to pass the reading test. Applicants must write 1 out of 3 items correctly to pass the writing test. To increase the meaningfulness of the reading and writing tests, the content of the reading and writing questions are civics-based.

English test scoring guidelines

Reading
PEOPLE
CIVICS
PLACES
HOLIDAYS
QUESTION WORDS
VERBS
OTHER (FUNCTION)
OTHER (CONTENT)
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
U.S.
United States
Presidents' 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

Writing
PEOPLE
CIVICS
PLACES
HOLIDAYS
QUESTION WORDS
VERBS
OTHER (FUNCTION)
OTHER (CONTENT)
Adams
Lincoln
Washington
American Indians
capital
citizens
Civil War
Congress
Father of Our Country
flag
free
freedom of speech
President
right
Senators
state/states
White House
Alaska
California
Canada
Delaware
Mexico
New York City
United States
Washington
Washington, D.C.
February
May
June
July
September
October
November
Presidents' Day
Memorial Day
Flag Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Thanksgiving
can
come
elect
have/has
is/was/be
lives/lived
meets
pay
vote
want
and
during
for
here
in
of
on
the
to
we
blue
dollar bill
fifty/50
first
largest
most
north
one
one hundred/100
people
red
second
south
taxes
white