Practice Matching questions in IELTS listening with this complete recording.
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Questions 11 to 17
When did the following take place? Write the correct letter A-C in boxes 11 to 17.
11. Over 30% of the population was under 15.
12. Half a million middle-class women worked in charitable roles.
13. 50% of babies in poor families died before the age of 1.
14. A hospital for sick children was established.
15. All children twelve and under were given access to education.
16. A charity was established which supported working children and encouraged attendance at school.
17. An appeal set up as a result of a major disaster.