Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Australian Entry Test

I got emailed this today, then found it on this blog, which i was stoked with, cos I was struggling on how to blog it in pdf form. Funny stuff.

"Australian Entry Test
Australian Government Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs Application for Grant of Australian Citizenship
You must answer 75% (28 or more out of 37) of these questions correctly in order to qualify for Australian Citizenship

1. How many slabs can you fit in the back of a Falcon Ute while also allowing room for your cattle dog?

2. When packing an Esky do you put the ice, or the beer, in first?

3. Is the traditional Aussie Christmas dinner:
a) At least two roasted meats with roast vegetables,followed by a pudding you could use as a cannonball. Alsoham. In 40C heat.
b) A seafood buffet followed by a barbie, with rather a lot ofbooze. And ham. In 40C heat.
c) Both of the above, one at lunchtime and one at dinnertime.Weather continues fine.

4. How many beers in a slab?

5. You call that a knife, this is a knife.True or False?

6. Does “yeah-nah” mean
a) “Yes and no”
b) “Maybe”
c) “Yes I understand but No I don’t agree”?

7. The phrases “strewth” and “flamin’ dingo” can be attributed to which TV character?
a) Toadie from Neighbours
b) Alf from Home & Away
c) Agro from Agro’s Cartoon Connection
d) Sgt. Tom Croydon from Blue Heelers?

8. When cooking a barbecue do you turn the sausages
a) Once or twice
b) As often as necessary to cook
c) After each stubbyd) Until charcoal?

9. Name three of the Daddo brothers.

10. Who was the original lead singer of AC/DC?

11. Which option describes your ideal summer afternoon:
a) Drinking beer at a mate’s place
b) Drinki"

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