United States Citizenship Test by Goobid

Free United States English Citizenship Test


1. I swear to tell the truth.
  • I like to tell the truth.
  • I promise to tell the truth.
  • I forget to tell the truth.
  • 2. Bill was born in Australia and now lives in Chicago, Illinois. His address is 220 Cedar Street, Apt. B1, Chicago, Illinois 60603.
    What is Bill's apartment number?

  • B1
  • 60603
  • 220
  • 3. Gary has prior experience teaching history.
  • Gary has taught history before
  • Gary has never taught history.
  • Gary likes teaching history.
  • 4. Lisa is 5 feet and 7 inches tall. She is 27 years old. She has blonde hair and green eyes.
    What is Lisa's age?

  • 5 feet and 7 inches
  • 27
  • green
  • 5. Can you verify this information?
  • Can you prove that this information is true?
  • Can you copy this information?
  • Can you translate this information?
  • 6. Susan takes two trips each year. She visits her parents in Paris, France, for three weeks every summer. She also visits her brother in Mexico City, Mexico, for one week each December.
    Which two countries does Susan travel to each year?

  • France and Mexico
  • Canada and Mexico
  • France and Japan
  • 7. Is that a federal government building?
  • Is that an important building?
  • Is that a state government building?
  • Is that a U.S. government building?
  • 8. Bill was born in Australia and now lives in Chicago, Illinois. His address is 220 Cedar Street, Apt. B1, Chicago, Illinois 60603.
    What is Bill's country of birth?

  • Australia
  • Illinois
  • United States
  • 9. Susan takes two trips each year. She visits her parents in Paris, France, for three weeks every summer. She also visits her brother in Mexico City, Mexico, for one week each December.
    How many trips outside the United States does Susan take each year?

  • one trip
  • two trips
  • three trips
  • 10. John registered for an English class at the community college.
  • John finished an English class at the community college.
  • John signed up for an English class at the community college.
  • John taught an English class at the community college.


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