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D

A and D

C and D

A&D

AD

A. True - Because autonomy = freedom
B. False - Because the factors driving human happiness are intimately related to cultural values
C. Not given
D. True - Because the moving to live in an adoptive home made immigrants happier.
E. Not given

A) freedom to live the life that's right for you.
D)immigrants who came from unhappy places began to report the increased happiness level of their adoptive home.

A. Personal autonomy was identified as one of the factors that lead to happiness.

D. Moving to live in a different country made some people happier.

D
E

D
E -Immigrants were found to be less happy than other individuals= many from countries considerably less happy(isn't it so?)

A and D

A and D

A and D

A and D

A C

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A&D
A: True (Autonomy = freedom)
B: False (they are intimately related to a country’s government and its cultural values - they implicate for the factors)
C: Not given
D: True (immigrants who came from unhappy places began to report the increased happiness level of their adoptive home - Word Immigrants is plural)
E: False

Hi Simon,
Could you please help to check if the below sentence missing verb by chance:
"many from countries considerably less happy"
Thank you

A and D

A&D

I could only pick A

A&D

A:TRUE, B:FALSE, C:NOT GIVEN, D:TRUE, E:NOT GIVEN

A: driven by six factors: Freedom=Personal autonomy
D: immigrants who came from unhappy places began to report the increased happiness level of their adoptive home.

Thank you.

AD

My answer is A and D. In addition, I think B is FALSE, and C and E are NOT GIVEN.

a&d

B,D

A - and freedom to live the life that’s right for you.

D - within a few years of arriving, immigrants who came from unhappy places began to report the increased happiness level of their adoptive home.

1. A
2. D

My 2 options: A and D

D and E

immigrants who’d moved to Canada from 100 countries over the previous 40 years, many from countries considerably less happy = ((E)) Immigrants were found to be less happy than other individuals.


immigrants who came from unhappy places began to report the increased happiness level of their adoptive home = ((D)) Moving to live in a different country made some people happier.

A
D

A) Personal autonomy was identified as one of the factors that lead to happiness = freedom to live the life that’s right for you.

D) Moving to live in a different country made some people happier = immigrants who came from unhappy places began to report the increased happiness level of their adoptive home.

A C

A and D

Answer should be A and C.

D) Moving to live in a different country made some people happier.
What kind of "Different country" that the essay not given,if move to a different country but is not happy at all,how to make people happier?
Compared with other choice , C is more appropriate.We could deduce Canada may be one of the happiest country,although it is not given in essay.

Hello Simon,
I am grateful for all of your help.
D&E

A&C

B&D

D & E

A and D

A&D

Hello simon,
what are the answers?

AD

A
D

A
D

A and D

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A and D

Hello sir,
1.A
2.D or E, I am little bit confused. could you explain me the difference?.
thank you,

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

A and D

...

Vy,

That phrase is not wrong - it's quite normal to add extra information without a subject and verb. It really means "many of whom were from countries", but we can sometimes miss the subject and verb.

Note: If you're not sure when to miss the verb in this way, don't try it in your exam - you might make a mistake.

A and D

A. Reason: autonomy is synonym of freedom

C. Reason: In other words the happiest places incubate happiness for their people ... To illustrate the power of place ... immigrants who’d moved to Canada ...

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