The part of speech for each vocabulary word is identified using the following abbreviations: Noun = n. Verb = v. Adjective = adj. Forcing sexual contact or relations: Touching the male or female parts of the body when someone doesn’t want it. Labor camp: A jail or prison where the prisoners have to do a lot of difficult work. Annulled: something officially and legally ended as if it had never happened Using a pencil, there is space on the back of each card next to the vocabulary word where students may practice writing the word in English or in their own language. You’ll find a complete alphabetized list of all the lesson words in the Word List at the back of the book. Prison: A building where criminals must stay as punishment for breaking the law. People become citizens through birth in the U.S. or its territories, through their parents, or through naturalization. Reading Vocabulary for the Naturalization Test PEOPLE CIVICS PLACES HOLIDAYS QUESTION WORDS VERBS OTHER (FUNCTION) OTHER (CONTENT) Abraham Lincoln American flag America Presidents’ Day How can a colors George Washington Bill of Rights United States Memorial Day What come for dollar bill capital U.S. Public benefit: money from the government for things that can help you such as food. Discharged: A soldier leaves the military and stops being a soldier. Applicants must write 1 out of 3 items correctly to pass the writing test. Rebel group: a group of people who fight a government or other group with power. Divorce: legally stop being married Widowed: your marital status if your husband or wife died and you have not married again (widow, f; widower, m). Register: sign up and put your name on an official list You do qualify to get your citizenship because you have been here in the US for over 5 years. Police unit: a group of people who work for a government to catch people who break Now I owe the bank $500.” “I need to pay my credit card bill. Adjudication: a final decision on a legal matter or a court case. Disability: A problem with your body or mind that prevents you from doing things that other people can do (for example blindness or deafness). Advocate: Agree with and tell others about an idea. registered in England (Company No 02017289) with its registered office at 26 Red Lion Vocabulary for the Naturalization Interview. What to do After You Pass Your Naturalization Test. and listen to the bolded words. Single: Not married now and never married before. Smuggle: to secretly and illegally bring something into or out of a state or country. Welcome to ESL Printables , the website where English Language teachers exchange resources: worksheets, lesson plans, activities, etc. In Self-Test 2, users listen to a key word or phrase and read a sentence containing that vocabulary. Alimony: money that you have to pay regularly to your former wife or husband after a divorce. • Encourage students to consult more than one reference and to compare information. Height: how tall you are Ex: government in your country of birth. N-400 Vocabulary to Study Abbreviations for Addresses An abbreviation is a short way to write a word. Persecute: To hurt someone badly, or unfairly, often because of religion or political beliefs. the law. Overdue: late; late in being done. They will call you for an appointment to see your ID, green card and do fingerprinting plus they give you a booklet to study history. Fraudulent: To make people believe a lie so you can get something you want. Domestic: relating to things that happen inside a country Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Fail to file a tax return: not submit your income tax forms to the government Each page number listed Dual Citizenship: maintaining citizenship in 2 countries at the same time (U.S. and your country of origin). Habitual drunkard: A person who regularly drinks too much alcohol (gets drunk). Disability: a physical or mental condition that makes it difficult for you to do things Removal, exclusion, and deportation proceedings: the formal process that happens when a non-citizen must leave the United States because the government believes the person is not entitled to be in the country, is illegally in the country, or has violated immigration laws.