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In the interview The sentence they ask to write are only

sentences picked from the uscis practice list ?

Or they can pick outside words

The practice list covers most of the sentences I've seen reported here, but not all of them.

Columbus Day is in October

The president lives in Washington

The president lives in the White House

Washington was the first president

We pay taxes in April

We pay taxes to the government

These are all sentences people have been asked to write and they can be created using the sample words

But, for example, one applicant was asked to write "California has the most people" and this includes words not on the list.

It's a very simple test and spelling doesn't matter as long as it doesn't change the meaning of the word.

Remember that in addition to the reading and writing section, the application itself is a test of the applicant's speaking ability. It's unlikely that an applicant will be able to answer the application questions without being able to write or read a simple sentence. So I would worry about the questioning regarding the application more than the reading and writing section.

Also remember that if the applicant has a disability of some kind, partial. exemptions can be requested.

I hope this helps.

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