英语谚语故事 画蛇添足：In the Warring States Period, a man in the State of Chu was offering a sacrific2020-11-10
1.Once there was a king 翻译解释为:He likes to write stories, but his stories were not good 翻译解释为:As people were afraid of him, they all said his stories were good.
One day the king showed his stories to a famous writer 翻译解释为:He waited the writer to praise these stories 翻译解释为:But the writer said his stories were so bad that he should throw them into fire 翻译解释为:The king got very angry with him and sent him to prison.
After some time, the king set him free 翻译解释为:Again he showed him some of his new stories and asked what he thought of them.
After reading them, the writer at once turned to the soldiers and said: Take me back to prison, please.
2.My uncle has two dogs 翻译解释为:One is big and the other is small 翻译解释为:He likes them very much.
One day, Mr 翻译解释为:Smith came to visit him 翻译解释为:When the friend saw two holes in the door, a large hole and a small hole, he was surprised and said, My dear friend, why are there two holes in your door? Let my dogs come in and come out, of course, Mr 翻译解释为:Smith asked 翻译解释为:But why are there two holes? One is enough! But how can the big dog go through the small hole? my uncle said.
Sometimes a clever man may make such mistakes.
有一天,史密斯先生来看他。当这个朋友看见门口上有连个洞,一个是大洞和一个小洞时,他感到吃惊并说,我亲爱的朋友,为什么你的门上有连个洞?我的叔叔回答说:当然是让我的两条狗进出了。 史密斯先生问到: 为什么门上要两个洞呢?一个就足够了。 我叔叔说:大狗怎能走小洞呢?
3.A boy was playing in the fields when he was stung by a nettle 翻译解释为:He ran home to tell his mother what had happened 翻译解释为:I only touched it lightly, he said, and the nasty thing stung me 翻译解释为:It stung you because you only touched it lightly, his mother told him 翻译解释为:Next time you touch a nettle grasp it as tightly as you can 翻译解释为:Then it wont sting you at all 翻译解释为: Face danger boldly.
有个男孩子在地里玩耍，被荨麻刺痛了。他跑回家去，告诉妈妈出了什么事。 我不过轻轻地碰了它一下，他说，那讨厌的东西就把我刺痛了。 你只轻轻地碰了它一下，所以它才刺痛你，妈妈对他说，下一回你再碰到荨麻，就尽量紧紧地抓住它。那它就根本不会刺痛你了。 要敢于面对危险。
4.Mike is a little boy 翻译解释为:He is only five years old 翻译解释为:He is too small to go to school 翻译解释为:So he can not read and write.
One day he stood at my desk with a pencil in his hand 翻译解释为:There was a big piece of paper on the desk 翻译解释为:He wanted to draw a picture of himself 翻译解释为:He drew lines and cleared them out, then drew more and cleared them out again 翻译解释为:When I looked at the picture, he wasnt happy 翻译解释为:Well, he said at last to me, ll put a tail on it and make it a monkey.
He began to add the tail 翻译解释为:I began to laugh.
5.One day, Mikes mother needed a pot 翻译解释为:She asked Mike to borrow one from her friend 翻译解释为:So Mike went to the friends house 翻译解释为:She gave him a big pot 翻译解释为:On the way home Mike put it down on the road and looked at it 翻译解释为:It was made of clay and had three legs.
Then he said to the pot, You have three legs and I have only two 翻译解释为:You can carry me for a few minutes 翻译解释为:Then Mike sat down inside the pot 翻译解释为:But the pot didnt move.
Mike got angry and broke it then carried the broke pot home 翻译解释为:His mother was angry 翻译解释为:You are stupid 翻译解释为:She said 翻译解释为:But Mike thought, m not stupid 翻译解释为:Only a stupid person carried something with three legs.
6.Once a simpletons wife told him to buy some ice.
Two hours later, he didnt come back 翻译解释为:She wanted to know why he didnt come back and went out to have a look 翻译解释为:She saw he was standing in the sun at the gate and watching the ice melting.
Whats the matter? She asked him 翻译解释为:Why dont you bring it in?
I saw the ice was wet and I was afraid that you would scold me so Im running it dry 翻译解释为:The simpleton answered.
Unhappily the fox came running past that minute 翻译解释为:A whiff of scent3 soon brings him to a pause, And the fox sights the cheese and licks his jaws4.
The rascal5 steals on tip-toe to the tree 翻译解释为:He curls his tail, and, gazing earnestly 翻译解释为:He speaks so soft, scarce whispering each word:
How beautiful you are, sweet bird! What a neck, and oh! what eyes, Like a dream of Paradise! Then, what feathers! What a beak6! And, sure, an angels voice if only you would speak! Sing, darling; dont be shy! Oh, sister, truth to tell, if you, with charms like these, can sing as well, Of birds youd be the queen adorable! the silly creatures head turns giddy with his praise 翻译解释为:Her breath, for very rapture7, swells8 her throat; the foxs soft persuasion9 she obeys 翻译解释为:And high as crow can pitch she caws one piercing note.
Down falls the cheese! Both cheese and fox have gone their ways.
How often have they told us, please, and always to no use-that flatterys mean and base 翻译解释为:The flatterer in our hearts will always find a place.
8.There was once a blind man who had so fine a sense of touch that, when any animal was put into his hands, he could tell what it was merely by the feel of it 翻译解释为:One day the cub of a wolf was put into his hands, he was asked what it was 翻译解释为:He felt it for some time, and then said, Indeed, I am not sure whether it is a wolfs cub or a foxs: but this I know -- it would never do to trust it in a sheepfold.
Evil tendencies are early shown.
9.A fir-tree was boasting to a bramble, and said, somewhat contemptuously, You poor creature, you are of no use whatever 翻译解释为:Now, look at me: I am useful for all sorts of things, particularly when men build houses; they cant do without me then 翻译解释为:But the bramble replied, Ah, thats all very well: but you wait till they come with axes and saws to cut you down, and then youll wish you were a Bramble and not a fir.
Better poverty without a care than wealth with its many obligations.
10.There was once a charcoal1-burner who lived worked by himself 翻译解释为:A fuller, however, happened to come settle in the same neighbourhood; the charcoal-burner, having made his acquaintance finding he was an agreeable sort of fellow, asked him if he would come and share his house: We shall get to know one another better that way, he said, and, beside, our household expenses will be diminished 翻译解释为:The fuller thanked him, but replied, I couldnt think of it, sir: why, everything I take such pains to whiten would be blackened in no time by your charcoal.
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