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  • Base on Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond
  • Rights and responsibilities
  • Australian history
  • Australian political systems
  • Australian physical and political geography
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    1. Who is involved in how the country is governed?
  • All the people from the Australia house of parliament
  • All the major Australian corporations
  • All the Australian people
  • 2. Why voting is compulsory?
  • To have a change in Australia government once in a while
  • To make sure that the people we elect are really the ones that the majority of the people want
  • To keep track all the citizens in Australia
  • 3. Who collects tax in Australia?
  • The Australian Revenue Office
  • The Australian Taxation Commission
  • The Australian Taxation Office
  • 4. What is Australian federal electorates?
  • Voting for the people we want to represent us in parliament
  • An electoral divisions for the Australian House of Representatives
  • A federal election that is compulsory
  • 5. Can you vote in an election if you are not correctly enrolled?
  • Yes, you can
  • No, you can not
  • Maybe, you can
  • 6. How can the Australian Constitution be changed in a referendum?
  • There needs to be a single majority
  • There needs to be a double majority
  • There needs to be a triple majority
  • 7. What is a political party?
  • The elects Members of Parliament to represent the Australian people interests
  • It is the set of rules by which Australia is run
  • A group of people who share similar ideas about how a country should be governed
  • 8. Why Australian people have democratic beliefs?
  • To shape Australia country and culture
  • To discourage people coming to Australia
  • To encourage a certain group of people to become Australian
  • 9. What are public holidays on Christian days in Australia?
  • Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Assumption Day
  • Good Friday, Assumption Day and Christmas Day
  • Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Christmas Day
  • 10. How the senators are chosen?
  • Appointed by the Queen's Representative
  • Appointed by the Prime Minister
  • Elected
  • 11. Australian people have different opportunities and freedoms depending where they come from.
  • True
  • False
  • 12. Which animal is not native to Australia?
  • Kangaroo
  • Sheep
  • Koala
  • 13. What does a double majority mean in a referendum?
  • The majority of voters in a majority of states must vote for the change
  • The majority of voters across the nation must vote for the change
  • The majority of voters in a majority of states and a majority of voters across the nation must vote for the change
  • 14. Which level of government responsible for drains, parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, sports grounds and local environmental issues?
  • Australian Government
  • Australian state and territory government
  • Australian local goverment
  • 15. Which of these statements about people settle in Australian is correct?
  • People come to settle in Australia from Asia countries part of the world
  • People come to settle in Australia from countries all around the world
  • People come to settle in Australia from Europe countries part of the world
  • 16. What help can you receive from an Australian official while overseas?
  • 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
  • 17. Which heritage has had a major influence on Australia's history, culture and political institutions?
  • The British and Chinese heritage
  • The British and Irish heritage
  • The British and French heritage
  • 18. What is the Australian system of government?
  • Constitutional monarchy
  • Absolute monarchy
  • Republic
  • 19. How many representatives in the Senate from each state?
  • 12
  • 24
  • 36
  • 20. What do you pledge at the citizenship ceremony?
  • 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

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