A. 充满智慧 B. 非常善良 C. 十分天真 D. 有些糊涂.
A golfer 高尔夫球手, after wining some prize money, is told by a lady 女子 about her sick kid. The golfer gives her his prize money, but later finds out she lied, and she...
has no kids who are about to die.
When he finds out, he has a peculiar reaction:
This is the best news so far this week.
She has no kids, therefore she has no sick kids, therefore the golfer happy. The question asks about the golfer's personality, whether he is: 充满智慧 ("highly intelligent"), 非常善良 ("kindhearted"), 十分天真 ("highly naive"), 有些糊涂 ("a bit confused"). I understand the book's choice, but I don't see how I can exclude the other options.
Originally my answer was 有些糊涂, since he seems to misunderstand how the lady having no children and lying to him is a bad thing. But afterwards I thought he is 十分天真: his naivety led to him losing his prize money, and he didn't understand that he was swindled. However, perhaps I'm missing something. Or maybe it's not possible to completely exclude the options other than B.
Question: How can we exclude A, C, and D from being correct answers?