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#7.82 A diligent ant and an idle grasshopper
(Hand card) There is a story of a lazy grasshopper and a hard-working ant in one of Aesop's fables. When winter came, the grasshopper who spent the summer singing came for help to the ant who worked all through the summer. The ant could have given either of the two replies you see on this card. Which one of the two do you think suits you best as the conclusion of the story?
1The ant sends the grasshopper away because it is only natural that the grasshopper should suffer now.
2The ant first admonishes the grasshopper, saying ``You are to blame for having been lazy. You should work harder from now on,'' and then shares his food.
3Other(Specify)4 D.K.
Target : All        
Ques. No.sends the grasshopper awayshares his foodOtherD.K.Total
XIII (2013)*       
XII (2008)*       
XI (2003)*       
X (1998)K31138502100(1,339)
IX (1993)K29128503100(1,833)
VIII (1988)*       
VII (1983)*       
VI (1978)*       
V (1973)*       
IV (1968)*       
III (1963)*       
II (1958)*       
I (1953)*       
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