1. Who arrives in Antigua at the beginning of Section 1?
(a) The headmistress of the girls' school.
(b) The narrator.
(d) The Swedish.
2. How do people arrive in Antigua at the beginning of Section 1?
(a) By V. C. Bird Marina.
(b) By V. C. Bird International Airport.
(c) By boat.
(d) By parachuting in.
3. What is admired about the island?
(a) Its beauty.
(b) Its heat.
(c) Its people.
4. In comparison to Antigua, how are the nearby islands viewed?
(a) As too green.
(b) As too dry.
(c) As too brown.
(d) As too rainy.
5. What does the lush vegetation of the neighboring islands indicate?
(a) The lack of rain.
(b) The lack of health on the island.
(c) The likelihood of rain.
(d) The health of the island.
6. What does Antigua's drier climate result from?
(b) Antigua does not have a drier climate.
(c) Greenhouse gases.
7. What does the author say is the only thing that tourists consider?
(a) The desires of the natives.
(b) The comfort of the natives.
(c) Their desires.
(d) Their own comfort.
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