Which of the following statements is wrong according to the fable Learning How to Walk in Handan?
A The young boy in the fable could only crawl back to Yan.
B The young boy in the fable failed to go to Handan.
C Both Zhao and Yan were the states in the Warring States period.
D The people in Handan were famous for their walking posture.
What’s the main implication of the fable Learning How to Walk in Handan?
A We should learn from others humbly.
B Only by persistence can we learn something well.
C We shouldn’t lose ourselves when we try to learn from others.
D Interest is the most significant factor in learning.
According to the fable Qing Makes a Bell Stand, why did Qing wait for several days before going into the forest?
A Because he had to take a good rest.
B Because he was considering the payment.
C Because he was worried about his poor craftsmanship.
D Because he had to remove all the external distractions.
According to the fable Qing Makes a Bell Stand, which of the following statements is NOT the reason for Qing to make fantastic bell stands？
A He worked in accordance with nature.
B He concentrated on making bell stands.
C He kept making bell stands without a rest.
D He observed the tree carefully to choose the right shape.
What’s the feature of a true recluse with great wisdom according to the fable Recluses Who Don’t Hide Themselves?
A He seldom talks so no one can know his true feeling.
B He does not have to hide himself from the world.
C He usually lives alone, works alone and eats alone.
D He generally stays away from other people.
What’s the main implication of the fable Recluses Who Don’t Hide Themselves?
A To achieve success is to bear solitude.
B A man of great wisdom needs to learn to hide himself.
C It is better for us to be immune to all the external influence.
D The wise man knows when to hide himself and when to show himself.