A. In a tent. B. In a hotel. C. In a village house.
What will the speakers do in Yellowstone?
A. Climb a mountain. B. Ride a horse. C. Go boating.
What does the woman think of going to some remote parts of the Yellowstone National Park?
A. Boring. B. Exciting. C. Frightening.
What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Classmates. B. Husband and wife. C. Co-workers.
What do we know about the speaker’s family?
A. Her father is a crazy fan of Beckham. B. Her mother isn’t interested in football.
C. Her older brother plays at Manchester.
What is the house in Alicante like?
A. It has two swimming pools. B. It has an apartment downstairs.
C. It has a bathroom in every bedroom.
Why did the speaker have difficulty learning Spanish?
A. Everyone spoke to her in English. B. Her lessons at school were too hard.
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C. She often confused it with French.
What does the speaker love most about Beckham?
A. He loves his family. B. He plays football well.
C. He enjoys being famous.
It’s official. Denmark—as well as being the world’s best country to live in for women with the second-happiest people and one of the best healthcare systems in Europe—has the most contented babies. Or, at least, the ones who cry the least. According to research published in the Journal of Pediatrics, Danish, German and Japanese babies cry the least, while British, Canadian and Italian babies cry the most.
“I’m not surprised,〞 Danish parenting expert and co-author of The Danish Way of Parenting Jessica Alexander tells me. “The first year of a child’s life is considered so important in Denmark Danish parents are much less str