Where do you think you will be in ten years?
It is difficult to know exactly where you will be and what you will be doing.
But everyone dreamed about the future.
You might imagine the job you will get, when you finish school.
You may daydream about meeting your life partner or living in a big house by the sea.
In my dreams, I would have twins, a boy and a girl.
We would live in a large two-story house with floors and staircases made of wood.
Now at the age of 46, I look back on those dreams and smile.
Things haven't turned out exactly as I imagined, but I would not change what I have now for that imaginary world.
In college, I studied international business and planned to enter a law school.
In my third year of university, I realized that I didn't want to become a lawyer.
Instead, I chose to become language teacher.
I did get married, but had more than two children. We have five.
Do I live in the dream house with wood floors?
No, I don't, but I love my home and I wouldn't want to live in any other place.
I believe it, as a young person, it's important to dream and make plans.
However, it's also important to realize that not all of your plans turned out exactly as you wish.
One of the biggest lessons I've learned in life is this: "Be happy with what you have."
Questions 22 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
Question 22: What does the speaker think everyone tends to do?
Question 23: What does the speaker say he would refuse to do?
Question 24: What does the speaker major in during the first two years of college?
Question 25: What is one of the biggest lessons the speaker has learned in life?