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2020-04-08 05:51:09
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把糖当种子种因为自己爱吃糖想吃更多的糖  把石子当糖吃以为那时有种糖像石子  例文  我的童年多姿多彩,童年里发生的趣事像天上的星星一样多得数不清。其中最亮最耀眼的还是那一颗。  那时一个星期天的中午,妈妈已经睡熟了。那时我才四岁,没什么好玩,在房间里瞎溜达,不知怎么的就来到了镜子前。呀!前面怎么有迎面过来一个和我长相一样的“人”?我不摸还好,一摸吓一跳,那“人”竟是平平的,而且也伸手好像想摸我。我赶紧后退几步。好啊,竟敢学我,看我怎么对付你。我抡起巴掌,那“人”也抡起巴掌,我一打,那“人”也打,哟,怪疼的。我可吓着了,又平又会动,还会学我,还能打人,坏了,一定是个怪物。我赶紧三不并作两步,来到妈妈床前,一把拉住妈妈的手,叫道:“妈妈,那边有个怪东西,他还打我。”妈妈神奇地问我是什么东西,我却一个劲的拉着妈妈来到镜子前。怪了,怎么又多了一个怪物,我急忙躲在妈妈身后,不由得发起抖来。妈妈一看,笑了,我问:“妈妈,你笑什么?你不怕它吗?”妈妈转过身对我说:“这是镜子,根本不是什么怪物,你看。”只见妈妈左摇右摆,镜子里的人也左摇又摆。经过妈妈的一番讲说,我才明白,原来镜子可以把人“印”进去,人们可以从镜子里看出自己的影子。怪不得我干什么,它也干什么呢!  现在每当回想起这件事,仍是会笑出声来!  童年是什么?是树上的蝉,是水中的蛙,是牧笛的短歌,是伙伴的迷藏……..总之,童年是无忧无虑的,幸福美好的。每当我绘声绘色的回想起童年时代的趣事时,脸上总泛器红润的光彩。毕竟,那往事就像潺潺的流水声在我心中旋绕,一旦迸发就是那么滔滔不绝……..  在我5岁的时候,妈妈把我带到奶奶家去,奶奶是住在乡下的,所以那里有很多人从这个村子到那个村子的时候骑着马去,我看了很羡慕,也想骑马试试,但是马背太高了,我上不去,我正想办法上去的时候,正好看见了奶奶在喂猪,我觉得猪个子小,上去时容易,见奶奶喂完猪一进屋,我就上猪窝,把门打开了便进去选了一头猪骑上便往外跑,奶奶看见了,赶忙跑出来叫我,我看见奶奶,想让猪停下,但是停不下来了。猪跑进奶奶的菜园里,里面的黄瓜、柿子.......都被猪踩断了,我也被果树的树枝刮破了手、肚皮,这回奶奶可抓住了这头猪,奶奶把猪赶进窝之后,说我太调皮了,连猪也敢骑。  还有一次是在我七岁的时候,我刚学会骑自行车。那时我不太会骑,我和妈妈骑着自行车去广场玩,那里有很大的空间。我便在那里骑自行车,越骑越快,突然看见从前面有一个大人骑着自行车过来,因为骑的太快了,刹不住车了,眼看就要撞上了,妈妈也在叫我,我想:“要是撞上了,我也会受伤,我也不太会骑,要是拐过去摔倒了怎么办?”我也不知道该怎么办了。这时我突然想起来:“跳下车子,肯定没事”我跳下了车子,我没有受伤,但是我的车子跟那个人给撞上了。  每当我回忆起这些,总是“咯咯”地笑,笑得那么甜蜜,那么灿烂。仿佛一切令人魂牵梦系的往事历历重现。我继续想着年少时如诗岁月,梦幻的季节......我想,童年就是一棵没有年轮的树,永不老去,永不消失......  童年是美好的。孩童时发生的往事虽然多少带有童真,但天真无邪,每每想起多是令人怀念而难忘的。  我八岁那年。当时我住在家乡的农村,有一天叔叔让我跟他一起上山砍柴,我很是高兴,便跟了去。到了半山腰的时候,叔叔突然停下了脚步,我东张西望一番,不知道发生什么事了。只见叔叔仰望着树枝,我朝那个方向看去,原来是一团黑黝黝的东西!我还以为是蚂蚁窝呢!便凑了过去,想问个明白。叔叔告诉我,那不是蚂蚁窝,是蜜蜂窝来的,窝里的蜂蛹还可以吃呢!说完,他让我帮忙找来一些枯树枝,我拣了些给他,只见他把我拣来的枯树枝都用绳子绑到一根棍子一头,然后掏出火柴点燃,他要烧蜂窝!他让我找个地方躲起来,然后将点燃树枝的棍子慢慢移向那个黑黝黝的蜂团,蜜蜂“嗡”的一声四处绕圈飞起,叔叔趁机将蜂窝拿下,接着就不断从蜂窝里挑出东西来吃,那个大概就是他所谓的“蜂蛹”吧!看他吃得津津有味的样子,我想味道肯定好极了!也跑过去,想跟他一起分享,毕竟我有帮忙拣树枝嘛!谁知叔叔竟说:“小孩子不可以吃的,吃了会长出蜜蜂来呢!大人才可以吃喔!”我心想,肯定是太好吃了,叔叔只是小气,哄小孩子!既然如此,我就想办法自己找来吃,不跟他争了!叔叔好像看出我的心思,叮嘱我千万不可自己去碰蜂窝,那样会很危险的!我当时哪想那么多,就一心想着一定要尝到蜂蛹的味道。  说干就干,我回去以后,立刻“召集”我的小伙伴们,将叔叔如何吃蜂蛹的事一五一十地告诉了他们,说得他们个个都直往喉咙里吞口水!于是我们决定秘密行动,大家一起去找蜂窝,吃蜂蛹!我们找了些棍子、枯树枝还带了火柴就动身了,我们沿着山底往上找,可是找了大半天还是找不到一个蜂窝来,大家很是失望,个个都垂头丧气的。这时,我发现了一只小蜜蜂,我想,既然有蜜蜂就一定有蜂窝,跟着它回去就知道了!于是我们一路小心翼翼地跟着那只小蜜蜂,找了好久,竟然真的被我猜中了,我们发现了它们的窝!小伙伴们好不高兴,个个手舞足蹈的,我一开始高兴的同时还是有点担心,因为想起了叔叔的警告,但一想到叔叔吃蜂蛹的样子就直流口水,一切都不顾了。过于兴奋,我竟忘了点火就直接用棍子往蜂窝捅,这么一捅,我立刻后悔了,里边的蜜蜂“嗡”的一声倾巢而出,一只蜜蜂直接瞄准了我的鼻子就是一蜇,一阵剧痛:“大家快跑!”我大叫一声,伙伴们吓得大声哭喊,抱头鼠窜。但已经来不及了,蜜蜂好像被激怒了,群群围着我们转,大家的手、脚、脸蛋都被蜇到了,哭的哭,喊的喊。直到最后,我们的家长都赶到了,我们几个都被送进了医院……  从那以后,我再也不敢自作主张带伙伴们去冒险了,也明白了一个道理,在自己还懂事不多的时候,听取大人的建议是最明智的,否则吃亏的总是自己。  2 在童年时有许多趣事,但最有趣的事,还要说是4岁那年。  那天是一个风和日丽的下午,我和爸爸一起去公园游玩。因为路途遥远,所以经过了大约30分钟的时间才到达公园,公园里游玩的人很多,有看花灯的,有坐在亭子中休息的,还有的则去看用草制成的龙并和龙一起照相,我那里还小,外面的世界对于我来说简直是太大,太有吸引力了,我听到有人喊:“走,咱们一起去钓鱼”,我听了,觉得很稀奇,就对爸爸说:“我也要去钓鱼。”爸爸听了,说:“那好呀!”于是,我和爸爸顺着人流一起钓鱼。  走到钓鱼的地方,我看见了一个很大的湖泊,旁边是被一些大大小小的鹅卵石围成的,我没多想,就大步的往水中走,爸爸一把拉住了我,对我说:“你到哪去,小心你掉到水里。”我听了说:“我不是去捉鱼吗,鱼在水里,我必须去水里捉。”爸爸对我说:“捉鱼和钓鱼都有工具呀,你要是一不小心……”。爸爸的大道理讲了差不多20分钟,我听都听烦了,说:“我们现在就去买钓鱼的工具吧。”“好”。我和爸爸来到了卖钓鱼杆、鱼网的地方。我随便挑了一个鱼网就走了,因为我求鱼心切吗。回到了钓鱼的地方,我学着其他小朋友的样子在水里捞来捞去,我捞了半天,也没捞上来一条鱼,只是捞了几片树叶而已。我的等待达到了一定的限度,于是,对爸爸说:“这里一条鱼也没有,我们到别的地方去吧。”爸爸说:“钓鱼要有耐心的,你看那些叔叔不都是这样吗?”我一看,果真如此,于是,我不甘落后,又开始捞鱼,时间一长,我就把捞鱼改成了戏水,太阳快落山了,我一条鱼也没有捞到,于是,我改变战术,不老在一个地方捞,多换几个地方,我就在岸边走来走去,就在这里,我发现一条鱼漂在水面上,我看后,欣喜若狂,连忙用鱼网去捞那条鱼,捞到之后,我连忙找了一个水沆,放在里面,用草把鱼遮掩好,又继续去捞,谁知,那条鱼是死的,当时我还不知道,天快黑时,爸爸让我回家,我早已将这条鱼忘在九霄云外了,就急匆匆的和爸爸一起走了。  第二天,我又吵着去钓鱼,爸爸无法,又带我去了,我就在捞鱼之际,突然想起了我昨天捉到的那条鱼,我飞奔到草丛旁边,一看,鱼还在,我高兴地对爸爸说:“爸爸,我昨天捉到的鱼还在。”爸爸也连忙赶来,一看,一条死鱼漂在水中,都发出了阵阵嗅味,现在我才知道,当时,我将死鱼放在水中,看到它还在,那是多么傻呀。

2019-09-07 03:00:48

女生适合:糖果屋在一个遥远的地方有个童话王国,里面的居民很奇特:大灰狼是这里的明星,由他主演的有三只小猪……小猪可是他的搭档呢!白雪公主的公殿,灰姑娘的房子,花精灵的小屋…… 突然,时光隧道把糖果屋带到了人类世界。 这糖果屋的门是巧克力,黑乎乎的巧克力在这么热的气温下没有熔化,反而还在发光。曲奇做的屋顶,糖果装饰着小屋。不一会儿旁边围满了小孩,甚至有些人大胆地爬了上去大口大口吃着这美味的小屋。 这时,门开了,从里面走出来一位老巫婆,披着一件长袍和拄着一根拐杖。她愤怒地说:“滚开,谁让你们吃我的房子!”孩子们一听到训斥“呼啦”一声散开了。有一个小女孩从糖做成的窗户望进去,看见一个小女孩正在拖地,眼睛边流着泪,说:“我的哥哥,你在哪?!!“这个女孩是格莱特。而她的哥哥正在四处寻找她。小女孩小叶非常可怜格莱特。早上帮她寻找哥哥,晚上就过来和她聊天。这样过了一个月,还是没有任何音讯,而格莱特似乎没有了耐心,常常向小女孩发脾气,吓得小叶都不敢出声,甚至还把她拒“千里”之外……有一次,小叶正在路上走着, 低着头沉思着, 她走着走着,脑袋里在想:“怎么办呢?” 突然,传来一个声音:“小姐,请问你认识格莱特吗?糖果屋在吗?怎么走?”他一口气问了三个问题。小叶把头抬了起来,打量着眼前这个奇怪的男孩,他戴着插着羽毛的帽子,穿着像格莱特一样的衣服。“哦,你就是她的哥哥吧!我认识她,你跟我来吧!”小叶激动地说。这时,兴奋装满了两人的心间。“格莱特,格莱特!!!”小叶敲着门大声喊道。这时,她们回来了,原来格莱特和哥哥是老巫婆的孙子、孙女。前几天,老巫婆还在伤心呢!现在,她高兴地说:“我们要开糖果店,欢迎你回来,孩子!”不久,幸福糖果屋在这里开业了,老巫婆很快乐,因为现在不只她的孙子和孙女叫她“奶奶”,全村的孩子都在叫她“奶奶。”可想而知,幸福糖果屋,多么受欢迎啊! 男生适合:森林之王 一天,狮子走到湖边喝水,看到了自己见老的容颜,不由得叹了口气:"唉。我这森林之王是时候该换了。"狮子说。 第二天,狮子告诉大家"每个动物轮流当'森林之王',每人当十天。看谁当得好就让谁当。"下面一片欢呼。 第一个是老虎,老虎下令:"每只动物每天每夜都得和我学老虎叫。"十天过去了,动物们叫的嗓子都哑了。 第二个老鼠,它下令:"从今天开始,每只动物都只能在洞里生活,夜里偷东西吃。"十天过去,动物们的黑眼圈都出来了。 第三个是袋鼠当,它立即下令:"每只动物都和我一样跳着走。"十天一转眼过去了,动物们疲惫不堪。 第四个是小鸟当。动物们都想:会不会天天在天上飞、住在鸟窝呢?小鸟说:“每只动物都自己过自己的日子吧。”下面一片欢呼。狮子说:"不用轮了,小鸟就是森林之王!" 老鼠、老虎、袋鼠都不甘心,老鼠大叫:“凭什么小鸟可以当森林之王,我们的优点可多了!”老虎和袋鼠也纷纷说到:“就是,就是。我们的优点可多了”狮子说:“难道你们觉得动物们很快乐吗!”老鼠支支吾吾的说:“这,这又不怪我们,是它们太笨了!”小鸟又反驳:“不是它们太笨而是你们太可恶了,每个动物都有自己的生活。比如燕子,它不会去冷的地方,而北极熊却喜欢冷的地方!”动物们也起哄:“就是就是,选小鸟当森林之王绝对没错!”最后,小鸟做了森林之王。。。。

2019-09-07 03:02:48

童年的梦,七彩的梦;童年的歌,欢乐的歌;童年的脚印一串串;童年的故事一摞摞。”这首歌是否能让你回想起美好的童年生活?在那五彩缤纷的岁月中,发生过许多事情,不像星星一样的明亮。我的童年是美好的,有许多事值得回忆…… 从我记事起,大姨的班上就养了两只小鸡,一有时间我就去大姨班上看小鸡,不知过了多久,两只小鸡渐渐长大了,又过了许久,母鸡下蛋了,蛋中要孵出小鸡了,21天后,闻声可听一阵小鸡的叫声,看到这情况,听到这声音。我觉得小鸡太可怜了,在母鸡和公鸡都不在家时,帮一下小鸡。机会,终于来了…… 那天,母鸡给小小鸡找食去了,淘气的公鸡也不在家,跑出去玩了。趁大姨不注意顺手拿起一个鸡蛋,捧在手心里轻轻抚摸着,一本正经地说:“小鸡不要害怕,一会你就会来到世界上了。”说完,我不再犹豫了,剥开了一个鸡蛋,一只带有余热,未睁开眼睛的小鸡“诞生”了,它看了看我,叫了两声好像在说:“谢谢你,让我早日来到这个世界上。”我可高兴了,又剥开了第二个,当我剥到第四个的时候母鸡回来了,看见我正在“欺负”蛇的小宝宝就猛琢了我一口,顿时鲜血流了出来,我哭哭啼啼地去找大姨,大姨并没说我,反而哭笑不得地说:“小傻瓜,鸡要到一定时候才会出生呢!你这样给它们接生,会死的。”我听完,赶忙跑看小鸡,果然刚刚被我“接生”的小鸡都快死了,而没被我“接生”的都活了下来。我后悔极了,但一切都晚了…… 虽然这件事过去很久了,虽然那里我还年幼无知,但这件事一直鞭策着我,让我勇往直前,永不后退。

2019-09-07 03:09:48

童年是什么?是树上的蝉,是水中的蛙,是牧笛的短歌,是伙伴的迷藏……..总之,童年是无忧无虑的,幸福美好的。每当我绘声绘色的回想起童年时代的趣事时,脸上总泛器红润的光彩。毕竟,那往事就像潺潺的流水声在我心中旋绕,一旦迸发就是那么滔滔不绝……..  在我5岁的时候,妈妈把我带到奶奶家去,奶奶是住在乡下的,所以那里有很多人从这个村子到那个村子的时候骑着马去,我看了很羡慕,也想骑马试试,但是马背太高了,我上不去,我正想办法上去的时候,正好看见了奶奶在喂猪,我觉得猪个子小,上去时容易,见奶奶喂完猪一进屋,我就上猪窝,把门打开了便进去选了一头猪骑上便往外跑,奶奶看见了,赶忙跑出来叫我,我看见奶奶,想让猪停下,但是停不下来了。猪跑进奶奶的菜园里,里面的黄瓜、柿子.......都被猪踩断了,我也被果树的树枝刮破了手、肚皮,这回奶奶可抓住了这头猪,奶奶把猪赶进窝之后,说我太调皮了,连猪也敢骑。  还有一次是在我七岁的时候,我刚学会骑自行车。那时我不太会骑,我和妈妈骑着自行车去广场玩,那里有很大的空间。我便在那里骑自行车,越骑越快,突然看见从前面有一个大人骑着自行车过来,因为骑的太快了,刹不住车了,眼看就要撞上了,妈妈也在叫我,我想:“要是撞上了,我也会受伤,我也不太会骑,要是拐过去摔倒了怎么办?”我也不知道该怎么办了。这时我突然想起来:“跳下车子,肯定没事”我跳下了车子,我没有受伤,但是我的车子跟那个人给撞上了。  每当我回忆起这些,总是“咯咯”地笑,笑得那么甜蜜,那么灿烂。仿佛一切令人魂牵梦系的往事历历重现。我继续想着年少时如诗岁月,梦幻的季节......我想,童年就是一棵没有年轮的树,永不老去,永不消失......  童年是美好的。孩童时发生的往事虽然多少带有童真,但天真无邪,每每想起多是令人怀念而难忘的。  我八岁那年。当时我住在家乡的农村,有一天叔叔让我跟他一起上山砍柴,我很是高兴,便跟了去。到了半山腰的时候,叔叔突然停下了脚步,我东张西望一番,不知道发生什么事了。只见叔叔仰望着树枝,我朝那个方向看去,原来是一团黑黝黝的东西!我还以为是蚂蚁窝呢!便凑了过去,想问个明白。叔叔告诉我,那不是蚂蚁窝,是蜜蜂窝来的,窝里的蜂蛹还可以吃呢!说完,他让我帮忙找来一些枯树枝,我拣了些给他,只见他把我拣来的枯树枝都用绳子绑到一根棍子一头,然后掏出火柴点燃,他要烧蜂窝!他让我找个地方躲起来,然后将点燃树枝的棍子慢慢移向那个黑黝黝的蜂团,蜜蜂“嗡”的一声四处绕圈飞起,叔叔趁机将蜂窝拿下,接着就不断从蜂窝里挑出东西来吃,那个大概就是他所谓的“蜂蛹”吧!看他吃得津津有味的样子,我想味道肯定好极了!也跑过去,想跟他一起分享,毕竟我有帮忙拣树枝嘛!谁知叔叔竟说:“小孩子不可以吃的,吃了会长出蜜蜂来呢!大人才可以吃喔!”我心想,肯定是太好吃了,叔叔只是小气,哄小孩子!既然如此,我就想办法自己找来吃,不跟他争了!叔叔好像看出我的心思,叮嘱我千万不可自己去碰蜂窝,那样会很危险的!我当时哪想那么多,就一心想着一定要尝到蜂蛹的味道。  说干就干,我回去以后,立刻“召集”我的小伙伴们,将叔叔如何吃蜂蛹的事一五一十地告诉了他们,说得他们个个都直往喉咙里吞口水!于是我们决定秘密行动,大家一起去找蜂窝,吃蜂蛹!我们找了些棍子、枯树枝还带了火柴就动身了,我们沿着山底往上找,可是找了大半天还是找不到一个蜂窝来,大家很是失望,个个都垂头丧气的。这时,我发现了一只小蜜蜂,我想,既然有蜜蜂就一定有蜂窝,跟着它回去就知道了!于是我们一路小心翼翼地跟着那只小蜜蜂,找了好久,竟然真的被我猜中了,我们发现了它们的窝!小伙伴们好不高兴,个个手舞足蹈的,我一开始高兴的同时还是有点担心,因为想起了叔叔的警告,但一想到叔叔吃蜂蛹的样子就直流口水,一切都不顾了。过于兴奋,我竟忘了点火就直接用棍子往蜂窝捅,这么一捅,我立刻后悔了,里边的蜜蜂“嗡”的一声倾巢而出,一只蜜蜂直接瞄准了我的鼻子就是一蜇,一阵剧痛:“大家快跑!”我大叫一声,伙伴们吓得大声哭喊,抱头鼠窜。但已经来不及了,蜜蜂好像被激怒了,群群围着我们转,大家的手、脚、脸蛋都被蜇到了,哭的哭,喊的喊。直到最后,我们的家长都赶到了,我们几个都被送进了医院……  从那以后,我再也不敢自作主张带伙伴们去冒险了,也明白了一个道理,在自己还懂事不多的时候,听取大人的建议是最明智的,否则吃亏的总是自己。

2019-09-07 03:03:48

看到你的题目想到了前两年的电影——《大鱼海棠》这就是个发挥想象力的地方,你觉得怎么合适就怎么来,没有什么规则。作文的话无非:1.来个精彩吸引人的开头2.充实的故事,词汇、句子类型3.童话结尾一般都让人有什么感悟就可以了。

2019-09-06 23:58:14

鱼不会飞,都是骗人的

2019-09-06 23:51:14

风和太阳(The Wind And The Sun) One day the wind said to the sun, “Look at that man walking along the road. I can get his cloak off more quickly than you can.” (有一天风跟太阳说: “看看那个沿着路上走的人.我可以比你快让他把披风脱下来.) “We will see about that,” said the sun. “I will let you try first.” (“我们等着看吧,”太阳说, “我让你先试.) So the wind tried to make the man take off his cloak. He blew and blew, but the man only pulled his cloak more closely around himself. (因此风尝试让那个人把披风脱下来.他用力地吹,可是那个人把披风拉得更紧.) “I give up,” said the wind at last. “I cannot get his cloak off.” Then the sun tried. He shone as hard as he could. The man soon became hot and took off his cloak. (“我放弃了,”风最后说, “我无法让他把披风脱下来.”然后由太阳试试看.他尽可能地晒他.不久,那个人很热就把披风脱下来了.)A long time ago, and far away there lived a King and a Queen. They were very happy, except for one thing -- they both longed for a child. The Queen sat sewing by her window one winter's day when she suddenly pricked her finger. A drop of blood fell on the snow by the window. "Oh, I wish I had a daughter with skin as white as snow, hair as black as ebony and red, red lips," she sighed. Happily the Queen's wish came true. In the autumn that year a baby girl was born. Sadly, the Queen died soon after. The little Princess was called Snow White and she grew to be a lovely girl. After many years the King married again. His new wife was beautiful and proud. She liked to use magic and had a magic mirror. She would say: "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" And the mirror would answer: "You, Queen, are the fairest in the land." The Queen was very proud. One day the Queen spoke to the mirror as usual, but this time the answer was different. "You, Queen, are fair, but the fairest of all is Snow White." The Queen was very angry to hear this. She plotted and schemed and decided to kill Snow White. "Huntsman," she said, one day. " I want you to take Snow White into the forest and kill her. Bring back her heart to prove she is dead." "Your Majesty," said the huntsman, bowing. He was horrified. He didn't want to kill the Princess. "Come," he said to Snow White. "We are going into the forest." He took Snow White deeper and deeper into the forest, then he spoke to her. "Beware of you stepmother," he said. "She wants you killed. Those were my orders. But I can't kill you. Go deeper into the forest and one day you will be able to return. But be careful. She may find out that you're alive." The huntsman then killed a small deer and took its heart back to the queen. The Queen was very happy. She was now the fairest in the land. Meanwhile, Snow White ran deeper and deeper into the forest. Finally, when it was growing dark she came to a small cottage. She knocked but there was no answer. "I wonder who lives here," she said. She pushed the door open. What a sight met her eyes! The little house was very untidy, plates and cups were waiting to be washed up and the table was still laid for breakfast. "What a mess," said Snow White, and she bustled around and cleaned the house from top to bottom. She was very surprised to find that there was seven of everything: seven cups, seven plates, seven knives, seven forks and seven beds and chairs. Then Snow White had some bread and cheese. She was very tired, so she went upstairs to the newly cleaned bedroom, and fell asleep on one of the beds. Later on, when the owners of the cottage returned, they couldn't believe their eyes! Their little home was spotless. "Who can have done this?" they asked. They looked around. Dinner was cooking in the oven and the table was laid. "It's a girl," called one, from the top of the stairs. "She's asleep in our room." Snow White woke up to find seven little men standing by the bed. They were seven dwarfs and they worked in a mine in the nearby hills. "Don't be scared," they told her. "How did you find this place? We're a long way into the forest." Snow White told her story. The dwarfs were horrified. "You must stay here," they said. "You'll be safe here." "Thank you," said Snow White. Snow White was very happy in the forest, and the dwarfs were delighted to look after her. For many days only six dwarfs went to work, because one would stay behind with Snow White, but after a while Snow White convinced them that she would be all right. "Promise us that you will keep the door locked," said the dwarfs. "The Queen may find out that you're with us and try to harm you." "The door will stay shut all the time," said Snow White. "I won't open it to anyone." The dwarfs were happy with this and they all went off to their work in the mine. Meanwhile, the Queen, Snow White's stepmother, was happy in the knowledge that she was the fairest in the land, but one day she thought she'd just make sure. "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" she asked. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White is the fairest of all." The mirror showed a picture of Snow White deep in the forest, with the seven dwarfs. The Queen was furious. The huntsman had lied to her. "I'll find her myself," muttered the Queen. She used a little magic to make herself look very old. Then she dressed herself in peasant clothes and made her way to the forest. When she was there, she waited for the seven dwarfs to go off to the mine. Snow White stayed inside the house as she'd promised the dwarfs. "Combs for sale! Combs and ribbons for sale!" called an old peasant woman. "Oh, how lovely," said Snow White. "Please may I see your combs." "Come out into the lovely sunshine," said the peasant woman. "I can't, I promised the dwarfs," said Snow White. "Can I look at them over the windowsill?" "Of course," said the woman. "Here's a pretty one. It will suit your lovely dark hair." "I have no mirror," said Snow White. "Can you put it in for me?" "Of course," said the woman. "Turn around." Snow White turned and the wicked Queen pushed the comb hard into Snow White's hair. It was poisoned and Snow White fell to the floor. "No more pretty Snow White," said the Queen, changing back to her normal self. "Goodbye my dear." The dwarfs returned home early that night to find Snow White on the floor, looking quite dead. They rushed to her pulling her upright. "We should never have left her," said one. "It must have been the wicked Queen," said another. "Look!" one suddenly said. "She's waking up." The comb had been dislodged and the poison no longer worked. Snow White woke up to find herself surrounded by the dwarfs. "You must be very careful," they told her. "This is the work of the wicked Queen." The Queen had arrived back at the palace and went at one to the mirror. She was very angry with the answer the mirror gave her. How could Snow White still be alive? "This time she will die," said the wicked Queen. She spent many days preparing the poison she would use. Snow White was feeling much better and promised she would not talk to anyone. Several weeks passed and everyone felt safe. The dwarfs went to work, and into the forest walked an old woman collecting sticks. "She's selling nothing," said Snow White,"but I will still be careful." A knock at the door took Snow White to the window. "May I have a drink?" asked the old woman. "There's no harm in that," said Snow White. "Wait there." She handed a glass of water to the woman. "Would you like an apple?" asked the old woman. "No thank you," said Snow White. "They're lovely and ripe," said the woman. "Try some of mine." She cut a piece from the apple she was eating. 'It must be safe,' thought Snow White. 'She's eating the apple too.' The Queen had very cleverly poisoned just one half of the apple -- the half she cut of for Snow White. Snow White took one bite and fell, as if dead, onto the floor. The old woman turned back into the wicked Queen. "This time your friends won't be able to help you," laughed the Queen. "Good-bye!" The seven dwarfs returned from the mine to find Snow White lying on the floor. This time they couldn't revive her. Snow White was dead. They were very sad and they couldn't bear the thought of burying her in the ground, so they made a glass coffin and filled it with sweet-smelling flowers. They put it in a sunny glade in the forest, keeping guard over it day after day. Snow White seemed to be sleeping rather than dead. The Queen had spoken to her mirror and was once again the fairest in the land. One day a young Prince rode through the forest. He reached the glade and saw Snow White in her glass coffin. "She's beautiful," he said and he could think of nothing else but Snow White. "She is so beautiful," he said to the dwarfs. "May I take her with me. I promise I will always look after her." The dwarfs could see that the Prince meant it, and agreed. Just as the servants were lifting the glass coffin one of them tripped and jolted Snow White. It was enough to make the piece of apple fall out of her mouth. Within moments she was waking up. The Prince and the seven dwarfs were delighted. "Will you marry me?" asked the Prince. They prepared to return to his kingdom. Meanwhile, the wicked Queen was looking in her mirror. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White with her Prince is the fairest of all." The mirror showed the Queen a picture of the Prince with Snow White.

2019-09-05 12:44:31

Snow White A long time ago, and far away there lived a King and a Queen. They were very happy, except for one thing -- they both longed for a child. The Queen sat sewing by her window one winter's day when she suddenly pricked her finger. A drop of blood fell on the snow by the window. "Oh, I wish I had a daughter with skin as white as snow, hair as black as ebony and red, red lips," she sighed. Happily the Queen's wish came true. In the autumn that year a baby girl was born. Sadly, the Queen died soon after. The little Princess was called Snow White and she grew to be a lovely girl. After many years the King married again. His new wife was beautiful and proud. She liked to use magic and had a magic mirror. She would say: "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" And the mirror would answer: "You, Queen, are the fairest in the land." The Queen was very proud. One day the Queen spoke to the mirror as usual, but this time the answer was different. "You, Queen, are fair, but the fairest of all is Snow White." The Queen was very angry to hear this. She plotted and schemed and decided to kill Snow White. "Huntsman," she said, one day. " I want you to take Snow White into the forest and kill her. Bring back her heart to prove she is dead." "Your Majesty," said the huntsman, bowing. He was horrified. He didn't want to kill the Princess. "Come," he said to Snow White. "We are going into the forest." He took Snow White deeper and deeper into the forest, then he spoke to her. "Beware of you stepmother," he said. "She wants you killed. Those were my orders. But I can't kill you. Go deeper into the forest and one day you will be able to return. But be careful. She may find out that you're alive." The huntsman then killed a small deer and took its heart back to the queen. The Queen was very happy. She was now the fairest in the land. Meanwhile, Snow White ran deeper and deeper into the forest. Finally, when it was growing dark she came to a small cottage. She knocked but there was no answer. "I wonder who lives here," she said. She pushed the door open. What a sight met her eyes! The little house was very untidy, plates and cups were waiting to be washed up and the table was still laid for breakfast. "What a mess," said Snow White, and she bustled around and cleaned the house from top to bottom. She was very surprised to find that there was seven of everything: seven cups, seven plates, seven knives, seven forks and seven beds and chairs. Then Snow White had some bread and cheese. She was very tired, so she went upstairs to the newly cleaned bedroom, and fell asleep on one of the beds. Later on, when the owners of the cottage returned, they couldn't believe their eyes! Their little home was spotless. "Who can have done this?" they asked. They looked around. Dinner was cooking in the oven and the table was laid. "It's a girl," called one, from the top of the stairs. "She's asleep in our room." Snow White woke up to find seven little men standing by the bed. They were seven dwarfs and they worked in a mine in the nearby hills. "Don't be scared," they told her. "How did you find this place? We're a long way into the forest." Snow White told her story. The dwarfs were horrified. "You must stay here," they said. "You'll be safe here." "Thank you," said Snow White. Snow White was very happy in the forest, and the dwarfs were delighted to look after her. For many days only six dwarfs went to work, because one would stay behind with Snow White, but after a while Snow White convinced them that she would be all right. "Promise us that you will keep the door locked," said the dwarfs. "The Queen may find out that you're with us and try to harm you." "The door will stay shut all the time," said Snow White. "I won't open it to anyone." The dwarfs were happy with this and they all went off to their work in the mine. Meanwhile, the Queen, Snow White's stepmother, was happy in the knowledge that she was the fairest in the land, but one day she thought she'd just make sure. "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" she asked. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White is the fairest of all." The mirror showed a picture of Snow White deep in the forest, with the seven dwarfs. The Queen was furious. The huntsman had lied to her. "I'll find her myself," muttered the Queen. She used a little magic to make herself look very old. Then she dressed herself in peasant clothes and made her way to the forest. When she was there, she waited for the seven dwarfs to go off to the mine. Snow White stayed inside the house as she'd promised the dwarfs. "Combs for sale! Combs and ribbons for sale!" called an old peasant woman. "Oh, how lovely," said Snow White. "Please may I see your combs." "Come out into the lovely sunshine," said the peasant woman. "I can't, I promised the dwarfs," said Snow White. "Can I look at them over the windowsill?" "Of course," said the woman. "Here's a pretty one. It will suit your lovely dark hair." "I have no mirror," said Snow White. "Can you put it in for me?" "Of course," said the woman. "Turn around." Snow White turned and the wicked Queen pushed the comb hard into Snow White's hair. It was poisoned and Snow White fell to the floor. "No more pretty Snow White," said the Queen, changing back to her normal self. "Goodbye my dear." The dwarfs returned home early that night to find Snow White on the floor, looking quite dead. They rushed to her pulling her upright. "We should never have left her," said one. "It must have been the wicked Queen," said another. "Look!" one suddenly said. "She's waking up." The comb had been dislodged and the poison no longer worked. Snow White woke up to find herself surrounded by the dwarfs. "You must be very careful," they told her. "This is the work of the wicked Queen." The Queen had arrived back at the palace and went at one to the mirror. She was very angry with the answer the mirror gave her. How could Snow White still be alive? "This time she will die," said the wicked Queen. She spent many days preparing the poison she would use. Snow White was feeling much better and promised she would not talk to anyone. Several weeks passed and everyone felt safe. The dwarfs went to work, and into the forest walked an old woman collecting sticks. "She's selling nothing," said Snow White,"but I will still be careful." A knock at the door took Snow White to the window. "May I have a drink?" asked the old woman. "There's no harm in that," said Snow White. "Wait there." She handed a glass of water to the woman. "Would you like an apple?" asked the old woman. "No thank you," said Snow White. "They're lovely and ripe," said the woman. "Try some of mine." She cut a piece from the apple she was eating. 'It must be safe,' thought Snow White. 'She's eating the apple too.' The Queen had very cleverly poisoned just one half of the apple -- the half she cut of for Snow White. Snow White took one bite and fell, as if dead, onto the floor. The old woman turned back into the wicked Queen. "This time your friends won't be able to help you," laughed the Queen. "Good-bye!" The seven dwarfs returned from the mine to find Snow White lying on the floor. This time they couldn't revive her. Snow White was dead. They were very sad and they couldn't bear the thought of burying her in the ground, so they made a glass coffin and filled it with sweet-smelling flowers. They put it in a sunny glade in the forest, keeping guard over it day after day. Snow White seemed to be sleeping rather than dead. The Queen had spoken to her mirror and was once again the fairest in the land. One day a young Prince rode through the forest. He reached the glade and saw Snow White in her glass coffin. "She's beautiful," he said and he could think of nothing else but Snow White. "She is so beautiful," he said to the dwarfs. "May I take her with me. I promise I will always look after her." The dwarfs could see that the Prince meant it, and agreed. Just as the servants were lifting the glass coffin one of them tripped and jolted Snow White. It was enough to make the piece of apple fall out of her mouth. Within moments she was waking up. The Prince and the seven dwarfs were delighted. "Will you marry me?" asked the Prince. They prepared to return to his kingdom. Meanwhile, the wicked Queen was looking in her mirror. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White with her Prince is the fairest of all." The mirror showed the Queen a picture of the Prince with Snow White. This time the Queen was so angry that the magic inside her boiled up and killed her. Snow White would never have to worry about her again.

2019-09-05 12:38:31

有大目标,须有大动作;有大追求,须有大改变。

2019-09-07 03:36:37

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