Answer to Learn Wisdom from This Chinese Story of Children’s Debate

1. B
2. C


Tāmen zài tǎolùn tàiyáng de dàxiǎo wèntí.
They are discussing the dilemma of the size of the sun.

Tāmen zài tǎolùn tàiyáng jùlí yuǎnjìn de wèntí.
They are discussing whether the sun is far or near to us.

Tāmen zài tǎolùn zǎoshàng hé zhōngwǔ de lěng rè wèntí.
They are discussing whether it is hot or cold during morning and noon.

It can be seen from the article that the two children are debating whether or not the sun is far in the morning and near to us at noon, so the correct answer is B.
大和小 (Dà hé xiǎo): big and small

好和坏 (Hǎo hé huài): good and bad

长和宽 (Cháng hé kuān): long and wide

高和矮 (Gāo hé ǎi): tall and short

长和短 (Cháng hé duǎn) Long and short is a pair of antonyms, in addition, it’s a pair of antonyms which is similar to tall and short: 高和低 (gāo hé dī) high and low. So the correct answer is C.
(What’s the Difference between “短 (Duǎn)” and “矮 (Ǎi)?”)
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