Intermediate English Reading: Giving To Charity

This week's lesson activity for IELTS students and Intermediate English learners is a reading comprehension quiz about donating to charity.



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Instructions:

Click on the link below to view the Infographic, and find the answers to questions 1-8.



Questions:
1) How much money do Americans give to charities a year?

a) $100 billion
b) $200 billion
c) $300 billion

2) How many public charities are there in the US?

a) Nine hundred and thirty seven thousand, six hundred and fifty four
b) Nine hundred and seventy three thousand, five hundred and sixty four
c) The text doesn't say

3) True or false? 70 per cent of the largest donations were given to the donors own charities.

a) True
b) False
c) The text doesn't say

4) True or false? Americans give more money to health charities than to educational ones.

a) True
b) False
c) The text doesn't say

5) True or false? Attending charity events is an effective way to donate to charity.

a) True
b) False
c) The text doesn't say

6) Which of these organisations has the highest proportion of administration costs?

a) Wishing Well Foundation USA
b) Bay Area Discovery Museum
c) Disabled American Veterans Charitable Trust

7) True or false? Religious people give less to secular causes than non-religious people do.

a) True
b) False
c) The text doesn't say

8) True or false? People who earn less than $20,000 are twice as charitable as people who earn $50,000

a) True
b) False
c) The text doesn't say


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