According to the fable Short Life and Long Life, which of the following statements is wrong?
A The tortoise Ming Ling lived the longest life in the world.
B Both the mushroom and the cicada lived a relative “short life”.
C 500 years was just as long as the spring for Ming Ling.
D Compared with the tortoise Ming Ling, Peng Zu lived a “short life”.
What can we learn from the fable Short Life and Long Life?
A Disagreements do harm to communication and cooperation.
B Communication and cooperation need mutual understanding as well as adaptation.
C It’s wise to reject those who are different from typical perception.
D Seeking common ground is of little use.
How did the fish and the bird react when they saw Mao Qiang and Li Ji in the fable Are They Really Beautiful?
A The fish and the bird stared at Mao Qiang and Li Ji for a long time.
B The fish and the bird cried out in admiration of Mao Qiang and Li Ji.
C The fish and the bird didn’t consider Mao Qiang and Li Ji to be beautiful.
D The fish and the bird thought Mao Qiang and Li Ji were the most beautiful ladies in the world.
Which one of the following statements is incorrect according to the fable Are They Really Beautiful?
A There is no fixed standard in the world.
B We cannot force our opinions on other people.
C People usually share a common understanding of beauty.
D Similar to “One person’s meat can be aonther person’s poison”, the human’s meat can be the deer’s poison.
According to the fable Autumn Waters, which of the following statements is wrong?
A When the autumn floods came, the Yellow River grew bigger.
B The Northern Sea was much bigger than the Yellow River.
C The Yellow River was the biggest body of water in the world at that time.
D The Lord of the Yellow River felt ashamed when he saw the Northern Sea.
What can we learn from the fable Autumn Waters?
A We should be aware of our own limits.
B We must be tolerant and learn from our opponents.
C We must learn to be confident and self-motivated.
D We should never trust our own senses.