Answer to A Clever Chinese Fable About A “Foolish” Man

1. A


The vocabulary words are defined as follows:
敏感 (Mǐngǎn) sensitive; susceptible

聪敏 (Cōngmǐn) clever; intelligent; quick

聪慧 (Cōnghuì) bright; intelligent

聪颖 (Cōngyǐng) intelligent, smart

Tā shì yígè juédǐng cōngmíng de rén.
He is the cleverest man.

绝顶聪明 (Juédǐngcōngmíng) which means “brilliant; extremely clever”. Therefore the correct answer is A.

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