This is the part 2 of Sample Sentences for Writing Test. This video will help you to practice for the writing test portion of the U.S. citizenship naturalization exam. If you didn’t practice with the part 1, please click on this link to practice on the part 1 first:
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Questions in the video:
- California has a border with Mexico.
- Columbus Day is on the second Monday in October.
- Congress meets in the United States Capitol building.
- The United States Congress meets in the Capitol building.
- Congress makes the laws in the United States.
- Delaware is one of the original 13 states.
- Every United States citizen has the right to vote.
- Everyone living in the United States must pay taxes.
- Flag Day is on June 14.
- I want to become a citizen so I can vote.
- Labor Day is in September.
- Memorial Day is in May.
- Mexico is south of the United States.
- New York City is on the East Coast.
- Presidents’ Day is in February.
- The Civil War was fought in the 1800s.
- The president of the United States is elected every four years.
- Thanksgiving is in November.
- Thanksgiving is the last Thursday in November.
- Independence Day is July 4.
- We want to become citizens of the United States.
- I want to be a United States citizen.
- The colors of our flag are red, white and blue.
- The stripes of our flag are red and white.
- Red and white are the stripes on the flag.
- United States citizens elect the senators.
- People want to be free.
- People have freedom of speech in the United States.
- There are one hundred senators in Congress.
- The United States has fifty states.