Learning Vietnamese has long been considered more than a “stormy wind” because it is not only diverse in tone and word combinations, but also rich in musicality and extremely diverse word and word play patterns. These traits also apply to puzzles, making them incredibly tricky as well.
With quizzes, just change the word usage, ask a little bit to distract the answerer right away. For example, from a familiar fruit, which is Persimmon, but it is described by characteristics such as “what fruit is called like a flower, when it is ripe, it turns red like vermilion?” then you have to think hard to come up with the answer.
If you don’t believe it, try the following question right away:
What gets bigger and darker?
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When reading this question, most people think of an animal that has the ability to transform large and small according to light. But if you think so, then you have been deceived and it will be difficult to find the correct answer.
The answer to this question is: The pupil (the pupil)
The black circle in the center of the eye is the pupil (also called the pupil). Pupils change size thousands of times in a day. When in dim or dark light, the pupil gets larger to let in more light. When in strong light, it shrinks to protect eyes and avoid light.
Perhaps this knowledge is known by a lot of people, but it is not much to have the correct answer orientation, because most of them have been distracted by the word “what” in the question. So to see, in order to answer the questions correctly, in addition to your own knowledge, you also have to separate the words in the question well.