Australia's democratic beliefs, rights and liberties
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
1. Which of these statements about Australian laws is incorrect?
Through discussion, peaceful persuasion and the democratic process Through discussion, forceful persuasion and the democratic process Through discussion, violence persuasion and the democratic process
2. In Australia, we are free to say and write what we think on any topic but we cannot harm others.
Australians recognise the value of laws in maintaining a peaceful and orderly society All Australians have the right to be protected by Australia's laws Australia's laws are not important for all people living in Australia
3. Who can work for Australian Public Service and the Australian Defence Force?
4. Which of these is a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
Anyone including overseas people All people in Australia All Australian citizens
5. Which of these statements about Australian's fairness is incorrect?
To do local community service To carry a passport at all times To serve on a jury if called to do so
6. What will you have when you are becoming an Australian citizen?
You do not have to respect other people's differences and choices You have the same rights and liberties no matter where you came from Men and women have equal opportunities and freedoms
7. What is Australia's government parliamentary democracy?
The same as you were as a permanent resident You can enjoyed living in a free and democratic society New responsibilities and a range of new benefits
8. What is an important part of being Australian?
It is the power of the government comes from the Australian representatives It is the power of the government comes from the Australian Prime Minister It is the power of the government comes from the Australian people
9. We do not have to respect other people's freedom of speech or freedom of expression when their views are different.
Respecting other people's differences and being yourself Respecting indigenous people's differences and choices Respecting other people's differences and choices
10. It is not compulsory to vote in federal and state or territory elections for Australian citizens 18 years or over.
11. Which of these statements about Australian 'mateship' is incorrect?
12. Who collects tax in Australia?
To take a meal to an elderly neighbour To visit someone who is lonely To not drive a friend in need to go to a medical appointment
13. Which of these statements about Australia's laws is correct?
The Australian Revenue Office The Australian Taxation Commission The Australian Taxation Office
14. Which of these is an example of freedom of speech?
It is the law to discriminate against a person because of their gender Men and women are not protected by the law from intimidation or violence Men and women are treated equally in courts of law
15. How can Australian citizens have their say in how the country is governed?
People can peacefully protest against government decisions Men and women are treated equally in a court of law Australians are free to not follow a religon
16. Who must obey Australia's laws?
By going to council meeting By protesting By voting
17. What type of legal organisation or group can you freely join?
Everyone must obey Australia's laws The police must obey Australia's laws The representatives in parliament must obey Australia's laws
18. Which of these statements about Laws and religion in Australia is incorrect?
Political party, trade union, religious, cultural or social group. Gathering in group with others to protest against a government action or an organisation Any legal organisation or group
19. What must Australian citizens aged 18 years or over to register?
The process of divorce, including custody of children and property settlement, must follow a religion is rules, but not Australia laws Some religious or cultural practices, such as being married to more than one person at the same time, are against Australian law Most religions have rules, but these are not laws in Australia
20. How should change occur in Australia?
Register their name and address on the electoral role Register their name and address to apply for a driver licence Register their name and address to apply for an Australian passport
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