Apa nagyot kortyol a borból és azt mondja, hogy milyen jó ez a tészta, drágám!
This got a laugh out of me. :D
There is only one "the" to choose and in the right answer father gets it. Isn't that rather arbitrary?
Tészta encompasses a lot more than just pasta, doesn't it? What else could this sentence mean?
Tészta also means dough and it's unclear which meaning is intended.
In Transylvania it also means "cake".
How formal are "anya" and "apa"? I translated as "mum" and "dad" and was marked wrong.