Australia's democratic beliefs, rights and liberties
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
1. Which of these statements about the Australian Taxation Office is incorrect?
Approved Training Organization Air Traffic Organization Australian Taxation Office
2. Why Australian people have democratic beliefs?
Tax is collected by the Australian Taxation Office only from businesses Tax is collected by the Australian Taxation Office The ATO works to ensure all citizensare aware of their tax rights and obligations to pay the correct amount of tax
3. In Australia, we are free to say and write what we think on any topic but we cannot harm others.
To shape Australia country and culture To discourage people coming to Australia To encourage a certain group of people to become Australian
4. Which of these statements about Laws and religion in Australia is incorrect?
5. Can Australian citizens have children born overseas?
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
6. Australian citizens do not vote regularly in federal and state or territory elections, and occasionally in a referendum.
Yes, they can have children born overseas No, they can not have children born overseas No, they can only have children born in Australia
7. How should new migrants become a leader in business, the arts, public service and sport in Australia?
8. How should change occur in Australia?
Through their wealth or background Through their wealth or class distinctions Through their hard work and talents
9. Which of these statements about Australian beliefs is correct?
Through discussion, peaceful persuasion and the democratic process Through discussion, forceful persuasion and the democratic process Through discussion, violence persuasion and the democratic process
10. Which of these statements about Australian laws is incorrect?
We believe in peace, respect, loyalty and equality We believe in peace, respect, domination and equality We believe in peace, respect, freedom and equality
11. What will you have when you are becoming an Australian citizen?
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
12. Do children born overseas of parent Australian citizen have any Australian rights?
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
13. Why Australia government encourage people to participate in society?
The have the same rights and responsibilities as children born in that country only They do not have the same rights and responsibilities as children born in Australia because they are born overseas can not be register as Australian citizens They have the same rights and responsibilities as children born in Australia when they register as Australian citizens by descent
14. Which of these statements about passports is correct?
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
15. We do not have to respect other people's freedom of speech or freedom of expression when their views are different.
Australian citizens can apply for an Australian passport Permanent residents can hold an Australian passport Australian citizens need a passport and visa to return to Australia
16. Which of these statements about Australian democratic society is incorrect?
17. What do you pledge at the citizenship ceremony?
Australians are all free to follow and share their beliefs and traditions as long as they do not break Australian laws Australians should treat each other with dignity and respect, regardless of their differences Australians are all free to follow and share their beliefs and traditions even they do break Australian laws
18. Who can work for Australian Public Service and the Australian Defence Force?
To share Australia's democratic beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws To share Australia's communist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws To share Australia's capitalist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
19. Who must obey Australia's laws?
Anyone including overseas people All people in Australia All Australian citizens
20. What is ATO stand for in Australia?
Everyone must obey Australia's laws The police must obey Australia's laws The representatives in parliament must obey Australia's laws
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