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Australian Citizenship Test

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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. Which one of the following is not a national icon?
  • Sydney's City
  • Sydney's Harbour Bridge
  • Sydney's Opera House
  • 2. Who chosen the Government Ministers?
  • The Governor-General
  • The government leader
  • The people of Australia
  • 3. Which is not a political party in Australia?
  • The Republican Party
  • The Nationals
  • The Australian Greens
  • 4. What matters do senators discuss?
  • Matters of community services
  • Matters of health services
  • Matters of national importance
  • 5. Who can propose a new law or a change to the law?
  • A Governor-General
  • A Prime Minister
  • A member of the Australian Parliament
  • 6. What is the name of the Governor-General special powers?
  • Executive powers
  • Legislative powers
  • Reserve Powers
  • 7. Who does not have a police force?
  • Australia
  • The tates and the Northern Territory
  • Towns
  • 8. When was the Old Parliament House in Canberra opened?
  • 1927
  • 1917
  • 1907
  • 9. Who is the representative of the Australian people?
  • Governor-General
  • Governor
  • Member of Parliament
  • 10. Who becomes the leader of the Australian Government?
  • A member in the House of Representatives appointed by the Queen of Australia
  • The leader of the party or coalition of parties with the majority of members in the House of Representatives
  • The leader of the party or coalition of parties with the minority of members in the House of Representatives
  • 11. What will you have when you are becoming an Australian citizen?
  • 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
  • 12. What is Australia's capital city?
  • Canberra
  • Sydney
  • Melbourne
  • 13. Can you carry weapons such as knives or guns?
  • Yes
  • No
  • Maybe
  • 14. Who do Australian citizens vote for in an election?
  • They vote for the Prime Minister
  • They vote for the Governor General
  • They vote for the people they want to represent them in parliament
  • 15. What happens once you are on the electoral roll?
  • You can vote in Australian elections and only federal voting is compulsory
  • You can vote in Australian federal and state or territory elections and voting is compulsory
  • You can vote in Australian federal and state or territory elections and voting is not compulsory
  • 16. Which of these statements about voluntary community work is incorrect?
  • Many individual people and groups help others through voluntary community work
  • Only a number of people and groups are qualify for voluntary community work
  • Volunteering can be very satisfying
  • 17. How many mainland territories are there in Australia?
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 18. Which state has many examples of fine colonial architecture?
  • New South Wales
  • South Australia
  • Victoria
  • 19. Which Australian colony did the British government decided to transport these convicts?
  • Queensland
  • New South Wales
  • Victoria
  • 20. Which is not a federal crime?
  • Drug trafficking
  • Traffic offences
  • Crimes against national security

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