I am not sure how to include the answers especially that almost all the question are (yes/no) questions and questions you answer with one word, how to add it to my resume?
You need to phrase or structure your resume in such a way that accommodates your need to explain your roles and experiences that answers the questions they've provided. You can do this in a number of ways and it'll vary per person as to how well it comes across, but here are some examples;
Can you use Git (version control) - *for (IT) development jobs*
- I have experience with version control systems, these include things such as Git and SVN for tracking code changes in software and have been using these types of systems for many years now which has allowed me to improve my confidence in using them.
Can you cook a really tasty dish? - *for cooking jobs*
- Not only do I have experience in cooking very tasty food, I've also spent many years learning recipes in my spare time and improving my technique from family and friends by cooking regularly for them.
You get the idea. Answer the question in the first line but give a short example. Fit this sort of thing in where you can, but don't disrupt the flow of your resume and stick it in the middle because it'll look strange.
Alternatively, list the things you're good at.
- Excellent time keeper.
- Works very well as part of a team.
- Very customer focused and keen problem solver.
Again, make it natural. Imagine they're asking you these questions in person. You probably wouldn't just answer with a yes or no and stop talking. You'd flesh out the question a bit more and make it into a conversation. Do that but write it down.
asked for my Facebook - is this normal?
Normal might not be the right word, but more and more common for sure. Employers and recruiters will do this because they want to see what you're like around friends and family. Are you that person that likes to constantly rant all day? Do you like to start arguments and be confrontational? LinkedIn is fine, but it's business facing and not personal. They want to see what you're really like as a person.
You could decline to provide a link but that might come across in a negative light like you have some to hide. The alternative is to lock your account down so things are private and ensure you're happy with what is public. When posting stuff on social media, try and think how a boss would react if you were giving them a piece of paper (or a link) with your social media content on it. Make sure it's appropriate.