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有大目标,须有大动作;有大追求,须有大改变。

2019-09-07 03:36:37

1、小蝌蚪找妈妈2、小马过河3、狐假虎威4、田忌赛马5、十二生肖的故事6、狐狸和乌鸦7、小马过河8、小鹿的玫瑰花9、大青虫不见了10、三个小伙伴一、补充1、谁是森林之王2、卖火柴的小女孩3、三只小猪4、曹冲称象5、聪明的小猪二、详细故事1、小蝌蚪找妈妈暖和的春天来了。池塘里的冰融化了。青蛙妈妈睡了一个冬天,也醒来了。她从泥洞里爬出来,扑通一声跳进池塘里,在水草上生下了很多黑黑的圆圆的卵。春风轻轻地吹过,太阳光照着。池塘里的水越来越暖和了。青蛙妈妈下的卵慢慢地都活动起来,变成一群大脑袋长尾巴的蝌蚪,他们在水里游来游去,非常快乐。有一天,鸭妈妈带着她的孩子到池塘中来游水。小蝌蚪看见小鸭子跟着妈妈在水里划来划去,就想起自己的妈妈来了。小蝌蚪你问我,我问你,可是谁也不知道。“我们的妈妈在哪里呢?”他们一起游到鸭妈妈身边,问鸭妈妈:“鸭妈妈,鸭妈妈,您看见过我们的妈妈吗?请您告诉我们,我们的妈妈是什么样的呀?”鸭妈妈回答说:“看见过。你们的妈妈头顶上有两只大眼睛,嘴巴又阔又大。你们自己去找吧。”“谢谢您,鸭妈妈!”小蝌蚪高高兴兴地向前游去。一条大鱼游过来了。小蝌蚪看见头顶上有两只大眼睛,嘴巴又阔又大,他们想一定是妈妈来了,追上去喊妈妈:“妈妈!妈妈!”大鱼笑着说:“我不是你们的妈妈。我是小鱼的妈妈。你们的妈妈有四条腿,到前面去找吧。”“谢谢您啦!鱼妈妈!”小蝌蚪再向前游去。一只大乌龟游过来了。小蝌蚪看见大乌龟有四条腿:心里想,这回真的是妈妈来了,就追上去喊:“妈妈!妈妈!”大乌龟笑着说:“我不是你们的妈妈。我是小乌龟的妈妈。你们的妈妈肚皮是白的,到前面去找吧。”“谢谢您啦!乌龟妈妈!”小蝌蚪再向前游去。一只大白鹅“吭吭”地叫着,游了过来。小蝌蝌看见大白鹅的白肚皮,高兴地想:这回可真的找到妈妈了。追了上去,连声大喊:“妈妈!妈妈!”大白鹅笑着说:“小蝌蝌,你们认错了。我不是你们的妈妈,我是小鹅的妈妈。你们的妈妈穿着绿衣服,唱起哥来‘各各各’的,你们到前面去找吧。”“谢谢您啦!鹅妈妈!”小蝌蚪再向前游去。小蝌蚪游呀、游呀,游到池塘边,看见一只青蛙坐在圆荷叶上“各各各”地唱歌,他们赶快游过去,小声地问:“请问您:您看见了我们的妈妈吗?她头顶上有两只大眼睛,嘴巴又阔又大,有四条腿,白白的肚皮,穿着绿衣服,唱起来‘各各各’的………”青蛙听了“各各”地笑起来,她说“唉!傻孩子,我就是你们的妈吗呀”小蝌蚪听了,一齐摇摇尾巴说:“奇怪!奇怪!我们的样子为什么跟您不一样呢?”青蛙妈妈笑着说:“你们还小呢。过几天你们会长出两条后腿来;再过几天,你们又会长出两条前腿来,四条腿长齐了,脱掉了绿衣服,就跟妈妈一样了,就可以跟妈妈跳到岸上去捉虫吃了。”小蝌蚪听了,高兴得在水里翻起跟头来:“啊!我们找到妈妈了!我们找到妈妈了!好妈妈,好妈妈,您快到我们这儿来吧!您快到我们这儿来吧!”青蛙妈妈扑通一声跳进水里,和她的孩子蝌蚪一块儿游玩去了。2、小马过河小马和他的妈妈住在绿草茵茵的十分美丽的小河边。除了妈妈过河给河对岸的村子送粮食的时候,他总是跟随在妈妈的身边寸步不离。他过的很快乐,时光飞快地过去了。有一天,妈妈把小马叫到身边说:“小马,你已经长大了,可以帮妈妈做事了。今天你把这袋粮食送到河对岸的村子里去吧。”小马非常高兴地答应了。他驮着粮食飞快地来到了小河边。可是河上没有桥,只能自己淌过去。可又不知道河水有多深呢?犹豫中的小马一抬头,看见了正在不远处吃草的牛伯伯。小马赶紧跑过去问到:“牛伯伯,您知道那河里的水深不深呀?”牛伯伯挺起他那高大的身体笑着说:“不深,不深。才到我的小腿。”小马高兴地跑回河边准备淌过河去。他刚一迈腿,忽然听见一个声音说:“小马,小马别下去,这河可深啦。”小马低头一看,原来是小松鼠。小松鼠翘着她的漂亮的尾巴,睁者圆圆的眼睛,很认真地说:“前两天我的一个伙伴不小心掉进了河里,河水就把他卷走了。”小马一听没主意了。牛伯伯说河水浅,小松鼠说河水深,这可怎么办呀?只好回去问妈妈。马妈妈老远地就看见小马低着头驮着粮食又回来了。心想他一定是遇到困难了,就迎过去问小马。小马哭着把牛伯伯和小松鼠的话告诉了妈妈。妈妈安慰小马说:“没关系,咱们一起去看看吧。”小马和妈妈又一次来到河边,妈妈这回让小马自己去试探一下河水有多深。小马小心地试探着,一步一步地淌过了河。噢,他明白了,河水既没有牛伯伯说的那么浅,也没有小松鼠说的那么深。只有自己亲自试过才知道。小马深情地向妈妈望了一眼,心里说:“谢谢你了,好妈妈。”然后他转头向村子跑去。他今天特别高兴,你知道是为什么吗?3、狐假虎威在茂密的森林里,老虎是最凶猛的野兽,号称森林之王。它每天都要捕吃其它动物。一天,它碰到了一只狐狸,狐狸刚要溜走,已被它一把捉住。狡猾的狐狸看见自己无法逃脱,就耍了一个花招。它一本正经地斥责老虎说:“你怎么敢吃我?我是天帝任命来管理所有的野兽的,你要吃了我,就是违抗天帝的命。”老虎一听愣住了。狐狸马上接着说:“你要是不信,就跟在我后面走一趟,看看是不是所有的野兽见了我都赶快逃命。”老虎听狐狸说话的口气很大,态度也很强硬,有几分相信了,决定跟着狐狸去看看。森林里大大小小的野兽们,看见狐狸大摇大摆,耀武扬威地走过来,后面跟着一只张牙舞爪的大老虎,都吓得要命,四处奔逃。老虎看着,不知道野兽们怕得是自己,以为真是被狐狸的威风吓跑的,彻底相信了狐狸的话。它怕狐狸怪罪自己,做出什么对自己不利的举动,于是也慌忙逃走了。“狐假虎威”就是由这个故事而来,现在,人们用它来比喻倚仗别人的势力欺压人。4、田忌赛马齐国的大将田忌,很喜欢赛马,有一回,他和齐威王约定,要进行一场比赛。他们商量好,把各自的马分成上,中,下三等。比赛的时候,要上马对上马,中马对中马,下马对下马。由于齐威王每个等级的马都比田忌的马强得多,所以比赛了几次,田忌都失败了。田忌觉得很扫兴,比赛还没有结束,就垂头丧气地离开赛马场,这时,田忌抬头一看,人群中有个人,原来是自己的好朋友孙膑。孙膑招呼田忌过来,拍着他的肩膀说:“我刚才看了赛马,威王的马比你的马快不了多少呀。”孙膑还没有说完,田忌瞪了他一眼:“想不到你也来挖苦我!”孙膑说:“我不是挖苦你,我是说你再同他赛一次,我有办法准能让你赢了他。”田忌疑惑地看着孙膑:“你是说另换一匹马来?”孙膑摇摇头说:“连一匹马也不需要更换。”田忌毫无信心地说:“那还不是照样得输!”孙膑胸有成竹地说:“你就按照我的安排办事吧。”齐威王屡战屡胜,正在得意洋洋地夸耀自己马匹的时候,看见田忌陪着孙膑迎面走来,便站起来讥讽地说:“怎么,莫非你还不服气?”田忌说:“当然不服气,咱们再赛一次!”说着,“哗啦”一声,把一大堆银钱倒在桌子上,作为他下的赌钱。齐威王一看,心里暗暗好笑,于是吩咐手下,把前几次赢得的银钱全部抬来,另外又加了一千两黄金,也放在桌子上。齐威王轻蔑地说:“那就开始吧!”一声锣响,比赛开始了。孙膑先以下等马对齐威王的上等马,第一局输了。齐威王站起来说:“想不到赫赫有名的孙膑先生,竟然想出这样拙劣的对策。”孙膑不去理他。接着进行第二场比赛。孙膑拿上等马对齐威王的中等马,获胜了一局。齐威王有点心慌意乱了。第三局比赛,孙膑拿中等马对齐威王的下等马,又战胜了一局。这下,齐威王目瞪口呆了。比赛的结果是三局两胜,当然是田忌赢了齐威王。还是同样的马匹,由于调换一下比赛的出场顺序,就得到转败为胜的结果。5、曹冲称象讲一个小孩子称大象的故事。这小孩子名叫曹冲。曹冲的父亲曹操是个大官,外国人送给他一只大象,他很想知道这只大象有多重,就叫他手下的官员想办法把大象称一称。这可是一件难事。大象是陆地上最大的动物。怎么称法呢?那时候没有那么大的秤,人也没有那么大的力气把大象抬起来。官员们都围着大象发愁,谁也想不出秤象的办法。正在这个时候,跑出来一个小孩子,站到大人面前说:“我有办法,我有办法!”官员们一看,原来是曹操的小儿子曹冲,嘴里不说,心里在想:哼!大人都想不出办法来,一个五岁的小孩子,会有什么办法!可是千万别瞧不起小孩子,这小小的曹冲就是有办法。他想的办法,就连大人一时也想不出来。他父亲就说:“你有办法快说出来让大家听听。”曹冲说:“我称给你们看,你们就明白了。”他叫人牵了大象,跟着他到河边去。他的父亲,还有那些官员们都想看看他到怎么个称法,一起跟着来到河边。河边正好有只空着的大船,曹冲说:“把大象牵到船上去。”大想上了船,船就往下沉了一些。曹冲说:“齐水面在船帮上划一道记号。”记号划好了以后,曹冲又叫人把大象牵上岸来。这时候大船空着,大船就往上俘起一些来。大家看着,一会儿把大象牵上船,一会儿又把大象牵下船,心里说:“这孩子在玩什么把戏呀?”接下来曹冲叫人挑了石块,装到大船上去,挑了一担又一担,大船又慢慢地往下沉了。“行了,行了!”曹冲看见船帮上的记号齐了水面,就叫人把石块又一担一担地挑下船来。这时候,大家明白了:石头装上船和大象装上船,那船下沉到同一记号上,可见,石头和大象是同样的重量;再把这些石块称一称,把所有石块的重量加起来,得到的总和不就是大象的重量了吗?大家都说,这办法看起来简单,可是要不是曹冲做给大家看,大人还真想不出来呢。曹冲真聪明!

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2019-09-06 23:25:08

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2019-09-06 23:29:08

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2019-09-06 23:34:08

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2019-09-07 03:17:38

故事说得是,有一天,小猪去外婆家做客,外婆做了很多好吃的东西请客人品尝,可是小猪却在客人没有来得时候,把外婆准备的丰盛的晚餐搞的乱七八糟,客人看到这个样子,一个一个的走了。小猪问外婆:为什么他们不吃饭就走了?最后小猪想到了自己的不是,跟外婆道歉了!我想,我以后一定做一个懂礼貌的好孩子本回答被网友采纳

2019-09-06 23:37:56

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

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

最好,你搜一下,用百度的MP3。有很多儿童故事的答案,你可以有针对的孩子选一个。

2019-09-06 23:24:04

小猪爱干净 小猪不爱干净,每次看到他都是黑乎乎的小脸,黑乎乎的小手,还有黑乎乎的衣服。 大家都不愿意和他玩,没有人会喜欢脏娃娃。碰到这种情况,小猪总是嘴一撅,满不在乎地说:“没关系,我还不想和你们玩呢。” 小猪没有好朋友,就自己一个人在泥汤里滚来滚去地玩。 可时间长了,小猪觉得太无聊了,看着别的小伙伴在一起开开心心地做游戏,他心里不禁难过起来:“呜呜,没有小朋友和我一起玩。呜呜,我想和大家在一起。” 小猪伤心的哭声被小伙伴们听到了,大家纷纷跑来安慰他:“小猪小猪,只要你爱卫生讲文明,我们大家都会喜欢你,也会和你一起玩的。” 小猪听了,急忙擦干眼泪往家跑去。哈哈,小猪原来是赶着回家去洗澡呢。 回到家,小猪打了满满一盆水,坐在里面洗了起来。嘿,小猪洗得可仔细啦!他抹上肥皂使劲儿搓啊搓。盆里的水黑得看不见底了,不过我们的小猪可变干净了。 小猪,还等什么?赶紧找小伙伴们玩去吧!这个故事告诉小朋友要讲卫生,从小做个爱干净的好孩子。

2019-09-06 23:30:04
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