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  A Singing-bird was confined in a cage which hung outside a window, and had a way of singing at night when all other birds were asleep. xiaogushi8.com One night a Bat came and clung to the bars of the cage, and asked the Bird why she was silent by day and sang only at night. “I have a very good reason for doing so,” said the Bird: ”it was once when I was singing in the  daytime that a fowler was attracted by my voice, and set his nets for me and caught me. Since then I have never sung except by night.” But the Bat replied, “It is no use your doing that now when you are a prisoner: if only you had done so before you were caught, you might still have been free.”
  英语小故事带翻译(二):工人和蛇 The Labourer and the Snake
  A Labourer’s little son was bitten by a Snake and died of the wound. The father was beside himself with grief, and in his anger against the Snake the caught up an axe and went and stood close to the Snake’s hole, and watched for a chance of killing it. Presently the Snake come out, and the man aimed a blow at it, but only succeeded in cutting of the tip of its tail before it wriggled in again. HE then tried to get it to come out a second time, pretending that he wished to make up the quarrel. But the Snake said,  xiaogushi8.com “I can never be your friend because of my lost tail, nor you mine because of your lost child.”
  英语小故事带翻译(三):驴和他的买主 The Ass and his purchaser
  A man is known by the company he keeps.物以类聚,人以群分
  A Man who wanted to buy an Ass went to market, and, xiaogushi8.com coming across a likely-looking beast, arranged with the owner that he should be allowed to take him home on trial to see what he was like. When he reached home, he put him into his stable along with the other asses. The newcomer took a look round, and immediately went and chose a place next to the laziest and greediest beast in the stable. When the master saw this he put a halter on him at once, and led him off and handed him over to his owner again. The latter was a good deal surprised to see him back so soon, and said, “Why, do you mean to say you have tested him already?” “I don’t want to put him through any more tests,” replied the other: ”I could see what sort of beast he is from the companion he chose for himself. ”
  有个人想买一头驴,于是,他来到市场里。有一群貌似一样的畜生被主人牵着向他走来,他提出应该将驴牵回家,好检验一下驴的状况。回到家后,他把驴安置在马棚里,马棚里还有其他牲口。驴环视了一下四周,立刻来到马棚里一头好吃懒做的驴旁边。主人见此,立刻给那头驴套上辔头,牵去还给驴的卖主。看到他们这么快就回来了,卖主很惊讶,就说:“为什么回来了?你已经检验过它了?” 那人答道:“我可不想再做什么检验了。从它选择同伴来看,我就已经知道它是什么样的牲口了。”
  英语小故事带翻译四:天文学家The Astronomer
  There was once an Astronomer whose habit it was to go out at night and observe the stars. One night, xiaogushi8.com as he was walking about outside the town gates, gazing up absorbed into the sky and not looking where he was going, he fell into a dry well As he lay there groaning, some one passing by heard him, and, coming to the edge of the well, looked down and, on learning what had happened, said, ”If you really mean to say that you were looking so hard at the sky that you didn’t even see where your feet were carrying you along the ground, it appears to me that you deserve all you’ve got.”
  英语小故事带翻译(五):树和斧头The trees and the axe
  A Woodman went into the forest and begged of the Trees the favour of a handle for his Axe, The principal Trees at once agreed to so modest a request, and unhesitatingly gave him a young ash sapling, out of which he fashioned the handle he desired. No sooner had he done so than he set to work to fell the noblest Trees in the wood. When they saw the use to which he was putting their gift, they cried, “Alas! Alas! We are undone, but we are ourselves to blame. xiaogushi8.com The little we gave has cost us all : had we not sacrificed the rights of the ash, we might ourselves have stood for ages.”
  英语小故事带翻译(六):公牛与小牛 The Bull and the Calf
  A full-grown Bull was struggling to force his huge bulk through the narrow entrance to a cow-house where his stall was, when a young Calf came up and said to him, “If you’ll step aside a moment, I’ll show you the way to get through.” The Bull turned upon him an amused look. “I knew that way,” said he, “before you were born.”xiaogushi8.com
  英语小故事带翻译(七):一群狼和一群狗The Wolves and the Dogs
  Once upon a time the Wolves said to the dogs, “Why should we continue to be enemies any longer? xiaogushi8.com You are very like us in most ways: the main difference between us is one of training only. We live a life of freedom; but you are enslaved to mankind, who beat you, and put heavy collars round your necks, and compel you to keep watch over their flocks and herds for them, and, to crown all, they give you nothing but bones to eat. Don’t put up with it any longer, but hand over the flocks to us, and we will all liver on the fat of the land and feast together.” The Dogs allowed themselves to be persuaded by these words, and accompanied the Wolves into their den. But no sooner were they well inside than the Wolves set upon them and tore them to pieces.
  英语小故事带翻译(八):老鼠开会Belling the cat
  Belling the cat
  Long ago, there was a big cat in the house. He caught many mice while they were stealing food.
  One day the mice had a meeting to talk about the way to deal with their common enemy. Some said this, and some said that.
  At last a young mouse got up, and said that he had a good idea.
  "We could tie a bell around the neck of the cat. Then when he comes near, we can hear the sound of the bell, and run away."
  Everyone approved of this proposal, but an old wise mouse got up and said, "That is all very well, but who will tie the bell to the cat?" The mice looked at each other, but nobody spoke.
  寓意: 有些事情说起来容易,做起来却很难。
  A man was going to the house of some rich person. As he went along the road, he saw a box of good apples at the side of the road. He said, "I do not want to eat those apples; for the rich man will give me much food; he will give me very nice food to eat." Then he took the apples and threw them away into the dust. He went on and came to a river. The river had become very big; so he could not go over it. He waited for some time; then he said, "I cannot go to the rich man's house today, for I cannot get over the river." He began to go home. He had eaten no food that day. He began to want food. He came to the apples, and he was glad to take them out of the dust and eat them. Do not throw good things away; you may be glad to have them at some other time.
  【译文】 一个人正朝着一个富人的房子走去,当他沿着路走时,在路的一边他发现一箱好苹果,他说:“我不计划吃那些苹果,因为富人会给我更多的食物,他会给我特别好吃的东西。”接着他拿起苹果,一把扔到土里去。他继续走,来到河边,河涨水了,因此,他到不了河对岸,他等了一会儿,接着他说:“今天我去不了富人家了,因为我不能度过河。” 他开始回家,那天他没有吃东西。他就开始去找吃的,他找到苹果,特别开心地把它们从尘土中翻出来吃了。不要把好东西扔掉,换个时候你会觉得它们大有效果处。
  What are you busy with yourself, Mother?” the girl of less than six years old asked her mother curiously.
  “Making dinner for the neighbor’s aunt.”
  “Because the other day the aunt lost her dear daughter and is so sad now. We must take good care of her these days.”
  “Why need our care?’
  “Because from then on the aunt cannot do what they liked to along with her daughter. She is very pitiful. In her distress, making dinners and doing chores are also becoming so difficult. My dear, can you help Mother hit an idea to help the aunt in other ways?”
  At her mother’s proposal, the girl thought for a long while. All of a sudden, she went to the neighbor and knocked at the door.
  The neighbor with a look of haggardness and tiredness opened the door.
  “What can I do for you?” asked the neighbor.
  “I heard my mother say you’re very distressed for losing your daughter…” The girl timidly handed the band-aid tightly held in her hand to the neighbor.
  The neighbor suddenly choked with sobs, her tears gushing from her eyes. She hugged the girl and said, “Thank you. This band-aid will cure my wound.”
  A teacher is telling her students the importance of making others glad. “Now, children,” she says“Did you make someone else glad?”
  “Please, teacher,” says a small boy, “I made someone glad yesterday.”
  “Well done. Who was that?” The teacher says.
  “My granny.” The boy says.
  “Good boy. Now tell us how you made your grandmother glad.” The teacher says.
  “I went to see her yesterday, and stayed with her for three hours. Then I said to her, ‘Granny, I’m going home.’ And she said, “well. I’m glad!”
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