All Chapters - Practice Test
1. When were the colonies united into a federation of states?
The sun flower The golden wattle The golden poppy
2. What is our common bond?
1 January 1901 26 January 1910 4 July 1901
3. How many official flags does Australia have?
The institutions Citizenship The laws
4. Why did Great Britain send convicts to Australia?
2 3 4
5. What is Royal Assent?
British laws were harsh so the all convicts were sent to Australia British have too many convicts and could not hold the large number of people imprisoned for their crimes British laws were harsh and the jails could not hold the large number of people imprisoned for their crimes
6. Who is involved in how the country is governed?
A ceremonial duty A representative appointed by the Queen of Australia Signing all Bills passed by the Australian Parliament into law
7. How can people protest against a government action or an organisation in Australia?
All the people from the Australia house of parliament All the major Australian corporations All the Australian people
8. How can the Australian Constitution be changed in a referendum?
People can protest peacefully and they can injure any person or damage property People can protest violently and they must not injure any person or damage property People can protest peacefully and they must not injure any person or damage property
9. Which of these is not a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
There needs to be a single majority There needs to be a double majority There needs to be a triple majority
10. What do members of the House of Representatives discuss?
Must obey the laws To vote in elections To seek election to parliament
11. Are people freely and safely to vote for any candidate?
Matters of national importance Matters of community planning Matters of education planning
12. How Australian Parliament is made?
13. What is a Bill in Australian politics?
By Government ministers By courts and judges By representatives who are elected by the people of Australia
14. What is the penalty for breaking traffic laws?
A proposal for a new currency in Australia A proposal for a new law or a change to the law A written or printed public notice
15. What is the name of the ministers important areas of government?
Your driver's licence can be suspended however you can get a new licence right away You could be fined a large amounts of money and you will go to prison if you can't pay it You could be fined a large amounts of money or even sent to prison
16. How many mainland territories in Australia?
Portfolios Cabinet Royal Assent
17. Who can propose a new law or a change to the law?
1 2 3
18. Which of these is an example of equality in Australia?
A Governor-General A Prime Minister A member of the Australian Parliament
19. Where are state and territory governments based?
Everyone follows the same religion Men and women have the same rights Everyone belongs to the same political party
20. What is Australia's national flower?
In Canberra In national capital city In their capital cities
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