A describe how children make friends at a summer camp
B suggest how parents should choose a summer camp for children
C explain what it is like for children at a summer camp
D advise children how to behave at a summer camp
22 What does the writer say about rock climbing at the camp?
A Some children already know how to do it.
B Some children prefer to swim or play table-tennis.
C Some children refuse to take part.
D Some children find it more enjoyable than they expected to.
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23 What surprises the writer about the children who stay at the camp?
A The youngest ones find it hard to be away from home.
B They complain if they cannot phone their parents.
C They miss meal times with their parents.
D They seem grateful for their experience here.
24 What does the writer think about some parents?
A They should visit their children instead of phoning them.
B They don't need to keep on phoning the camp.