A Canadian professor, Margaret Trainor, recently completed a research project on the effects of music lessons on children's brain development. The year-long study
examined two groups of children aged 4 to 6; the members of one group took music lessons and the other did not. During the study, the two groups of children were asked to take different music memory tests and to listen to a series of numbers, remember them and repeat them back. Professor Trainor found that the children taking music lessons showed more advantages not only in musical listening but also in memory level. Trainor's research was recently published in the journal "The Brain ".
The passage introduces a TV show that lets people change places and experience a different way of life. It then describes the benefits contestants get from this experience. If l could change places with anyone I would choose a farmer. I enjoy the countryside, fresh air and animals so I think it would be fun. I would be able to help the farmer plant the crops, take care of the animals and travel to the market to sell the things we grow. I would also play in the forests and swim in the lake when I had free time. By working on the farm I would be able to develop many important life skills such as growing food, raising animals etc., and also become much fitter and healthier. Farm life would also help me to better appreciate the great contribution farmers make to our lives, as well as recognize the many benefits I have in my normal city life.
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