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Should new Australians have to pass an English test to become citizens?

By Matteo Bonotti, Senior lecturer, Monash University
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On Australia Day each year, thousands of people become Australian citizens at ceremonies around the country.

Prospective citizens have to meet a number of eligibility criteria, including passing a citizenship test to show they have a reasonable knowledge of Australia and basic English.

But there are persistent suggestionsThe Conversation

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