Xiǎo Hóng: Míngtiān shì wànshèngjié, wǒmen yìqǐ qù shōují tángguǒ ba.
Xiao Hong: Tomorrow is Halloween, let’s go to collect some candy.
Xiǎo Míng: Hǎo de, xīwàng jīnnián shōují de tángguǒ bǐ qùnián duō.
Xiao ming: I hope we will collect more candy this year than we did last year!
多 (Duō): many or much, describes the quantities.
少 (Shǎo): few or little, describes the quantities.
高 (Gāo): tall, describes the height.
低 (Dī): short, describes the height.
“多 (Duō)” and “少 (shǎo)” are adjectives to describe the quantities of things, “多 (duō)” means many or much, and “少 (shǎo)” means few or little. “高 (gāo) and “低 (dī)” are adjectives to describe height, and “高 (gāo)” means tall, while “低 (dī)” means short. In this sentence, “糖果 (tángguǒ) candy” is described with the adjectives “多 (duō)” or “少 (shǎo),” and “希望 (xīwàng) a good wish,” so the best answer is A: ”多 (duō).”