Australia's democratic beliefs, rights and liberties
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
1. What must Australian citizens do when they are in another country?
It is someone achieves in life as a result of their skills, ability and experience It is someone achieves in life as a result of their class distinctions It is someone achieves in life as a result of their wealth or background
2. Laws in Australia that make sure a person is treated differently to others because of their gender, race, disability or age
Obey the laws of that country Register your staying with the Australian embassy Obey the laws of Australia only
3. Why Australian people have democratic beliefs?
4. What happens to the people do not obey Australia's laws?
To shape Australia country and culture To discourage people coming to Australia To encourage a certain group of people to become Australian
5. Who collect taxes to pay for services?
They may be arrested by the police and have to go to prison They may be arrested by the court and have to go to police They may be arrested by the police and have to go to court
6. Why Australia government encourage people to participate in society?
State and territory governments and local councils State and territory governments State governments
7. Australians do not believe in class distinctions in our society.
To have a position later in Australia Public Service To increase your sense of belonging to the Australia community, share knowledge and learn new skills To have something to do while you find work
8. Who has the power to make and change the laws that govern the Australia country?
9. How the representatives in parliament must answer for a decision they make?
Only the citizen of Australia Only the parliament Only the Prime Minister
10. Which of these statements about Australian's fairness is incorrect?
Australia is parliamentary democracy, the representatives in parliament can make any decision without answering Australia is parliamentary democracy, the decisions they make must answer to the people through elections Australia is parliamentary democracy, the decisions they make must answer to Governor-General, Head of State in Australia
11. It is not compulsory to vote in federal and state or territory elections for Australian citizens 18 years or over.
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
12. What help can you receive from an Australian official while overseas?
13. How the Australian people governed the country?
Emergencies such as civil unrest and natural disasaters Emergency passports and provide advice and support in the case of an accident, serious illness or death All the above
14. How can people protest against a government action or an organisation in Australia?
By regularly vote for only Premier to represent them in state of government By regularly vote only for Prime Minister to represent Australian country By regularly vote for people to represent them in parliament
15. What type of legal organisation or group can you freely join?
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
16. Australian people have different opportunities and freedoms depending where they come from.
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
17. What is Australia heritage religion?
18. What is Australia's government parliamentary democracy?
Protestant Catholic Judaeo-Christian
19. Which of these statements about Australia Laws is correct?
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
20. What is 'fair go' ?
We cannot make false allegations, encourage others to break the law or damage another person's reputation We cannot make other people hate or act violently towards others because of their culture, ethnicity or background All the above
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