Fisher Hill has two easy to use workbooks to help Spanish speakers prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Test. The workbooks are called U.S. Citizenship for Spanish Speakers Books 1 and 2. The workbooks help Spanish speakers pass the English writing, reading and civics portions of the U.S. Citizenship Exam. To pass these three sections, the applicant must be able to write correctly one sentence dictated by the interviewer; read out loud correctly one sentence given by the interviewer; answer six out of ten of the civics questions given by the interviewer. Applicants will have three opportunities to write correctly a dictated sentence and three opportunities to read out loud correctly a sentence given by the interviewer.
U.S. Citizenship for the Spanish Speaker Book 1 provides information and practice to help pass the American Government questions on the Civics test. Book 1 also provides practice to help pass the reading and writing tests. Workbook 2 provides information and practice to help pass the American History and Integrated Civics questions on the Civics test. Book 2 also provides practice to help pass the reading and writing tests. The Civics Test includes 100 questions about government, history and integrated civics. Applicants will be asked 10 questions. The Civics test is an oral test. One or more of the 10 civics questions may be about the current people holding different government offices. Applicants will need to know the names of these people holding the current government offices.
Summer is a good time to practice and prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Test.
If you have any questions about our U.S. Citizenship for Spanish Speakers series, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Go online at www.Fisher-Hill.com to see all of our workbooks.