The reading portion of the United States naturalization test requires the applicant to successfully read one of three sentences.
The sentences may contain words from this list:
An applicant passes the reading test if the applicant reads one of the three sentences without extended pauses in a manner that the applicant is able to convey the meaning of the sentence and the officer is able to understand the sentence. In general, the applicant must read all content words but may omit short words or make pronunciation or intonation errors that do not interfere with the meaning.
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