1、超级有趣的英语小故事之The moon and her mother
The Moon once begged her Mother to make her a gown. “How can I?” replied she; “there's no fitting your figure. At one time you're a New Moon, and at another you're a Full Moon; and between whiles you're neither one nor the other.”
2、超级有趣的英语小故事之The cat and the birds
A Cat heard that the Birds in an aviary were ailing. So he got himself up as a doctor, and, taking with him a set of the instruments proper to his profession, presented himself at the door, and inquired afterthe health of the Birds. “We shall do very well,” they replied, without letting him in, “when we've seen the last of you.”
3、超级有趣的英语小故事之The peacock and the crane
A Peacock taunted a Crane with the dullness of her plumage. “Look at my brilliant colours,” said she, “and see how much finer they are than your poor feathers.” “I am not denying,” replied the Crane, “that yours are far gayer than mine; but when it comes to flying I can soar into the clouds, whereas you are confined to the earth like any dunghill cock.”
4、超级有趣的英语小故事之have a bright future
In the Chinese classic Zhuangzi, there is a legend like this：
Once upon a time, a gigantic fish named Kun lived in the North Sea. No one knew how large it actually was. This fish could change itself into Peng (a roc)， a huge bird measuring thousands of kilometers in length. When the bird spread its wings, it looked like huge clouds in the sky. It could, in one stretch, fly from the North Sea to the South Sea on the other side of the globe, and soar up to 90,000 li (45,000 kilometers) in the heaven.
The bird can surely fly over a long distance without stopping. Now people use this idiom to wish others have a successful career or a bright future.
45,000很久很久以前，北海里住着一条巨大的鱼，名字叫鲲 (kūn)。没有人知道它到底有多大。这条鱼能够变成鹏(péng)，一种庞大的鸟，有几百万米长。鹏鸟展开翅膀就像天空里的一大片云。它能一口气从北海飞到地球另一边的南海。当它展翅高飞的时候，它可以冲上90000里(45000公里)的高空。 毫无疑问，这种鸟一次能飞过很长的距离。人们用“鹏程万里”这个成语来祝愿别人事业顺利，前途光明。
5、The spendthrift and the sw
A Spendthrift, who had wasted his fortune, and had nothing left but the clothes in which he stood, saw a Swallow one fine day in early spring. Thinking that summer had come, and that he could now do with out his coat, he went and sold it for what it would fetch. A change, however, took place in the weather, and there came a sharp frost which killed the unfortunate Swallow. When the Spendthrift saw its dead body he cried, “Miserable bird! Thanks to you I am perishing of cold myself.”
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