VI Reading Comprehension 10% 每題2分，共5題。 Many cultures around the world often give animals human personalities. For example, Chinese usually think that foxes are tricky and that donkeys are stupid. In literature, this is a special technique that writers use and is called "personification." Animals are also given "personalities" in the west. For instance, wolves are supposed to be evil and dangerous. In many fairy tales, wolves are usually the bad guys and they eat the other characters in the story. The English idiom "A wolf in sheep's clothing" comes from a fairy tale and refers to a dangerous or bad person who pretends to be nice and harmless. In the fairy tale, the wolf kills a sheep and then skins it. He then wears the skin in order to get close to other sheep so that he can eat them. In the fairy tale, the wolf could think, skin a sheep, and trick sheep like a human. The writer gives the wolf human qualities, so that he acts like an evil man. 【題組】55. Which of the following about the wolf in the fairy tale is FALSE?
(A) He is dangerous. (B) He eats sheep. (C) He is harmless. (D) He skins sheep.