1. British writer Peter Mayle is living in the Provence region of ____________.
2. After returning home from the pharmacy with several mundane purchases--toothpaste and suntan lotion--Peter finds a brochure in his bag which discusses the problem of ___________________, which apparently is quite a prevalent condition among the French.
3. Mayle asserts that _________________ is the most common ailment that the French encounter.
4. Mayle picks up _______________ visitor at the railway station.
5. As soon as the young man, Benson, steps off the train, he claims to be deathly ill with what?
6. Mayle takes a jab at Americans who create what?
Their own lexicon for common diseases.
7. After arriving home, why does Benson ask Mayle to contact his brother?
He is a doctor.
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