Charity: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

Thirty new charities (1) _____________ up every day, on average, in England and Wales. Most of them begin around (2) ____________ family kitchen table. There are, today, 164,108 charities in this country. Small charities are"the lifeblood" of a sector of the economy with a total annual income of £ 64 bn- rather (3) ______________ the defence budget. Other charity chiefs (4) ______________, in the past, criticized the creation of new charities, suggesting that their founders should look first to (5) _______________ charities working in the same field. I once said something similar to a friend who wanted to set up a charity digging wells in India, in memory of her son who (6) _______________. Her reaction taught me that there is more to charity than economic efficiency. (7) ______________ first charity law – the Statute of Charitable Uses 1601 – set out the areas in which (8) _______________ wanted to encourage private giving: religion, education, the relief of poverty and the care of (9) _______________. They are still the main areas of our charitable focus, with the challenges of different eras adding (10) _______________ such as medical research, the environment and international aid.

by Paul Valley

1 are set set are being set setting
2 an a the -
3 more than many more much more
4 having have had has
5 the others the other others other
6 has died was died died had died
7 Englands's England' England's the England's
8 the Queen Elizabeth Queen the Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth a Queen Elizabeth
9 sicked the sick sick sickness
10 others the others the other other

1.A; 2.B; 3.A; 4.B; 5.D; 6.D; 7.C; 8.C; 9.B; 10.A

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