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          1. 少兒英語故事:聰明的青蛙
            文章來源:未知 文章作者:enread 發布時間:2020-03-11 08:16 字體: [ ]  進入論壇
            Deep inside a forest, there was a pond. Many fishes, crabs1 and frogs lived in the pond. Theirs was a happy and peaceful life. 
            Among them lived two beautiful fishes named Sahasrabuddhi and Shatabuddhi. They were bigger than the other fishes in the pond. They were very proud of their good looks and intelligence. 
            In the same pond lived a frog with his wife. His name was Ekkabuddhi. The fishes and frogs were good friends. They all led an undisturbed life. 
            But one day two fishermen, returning from the river in the forest after fishing. came across the pond. It was late in the evening and as usual all the fishes and frogs were at play. Sahasrabuddhi, Shatabuddhi, Ekkabuddhi and many others joined the game. They leaped high into the air and chased2 each other. 
            Seeing the beautiful scene the fishermen were amazed3 and stopped in their tracks. 
            “How beautiful they look?" said one fisherman. 
            “Yes. And so many of them too," replied the other. 
            “The pond does not look very deep," said the first fisherman. “Let us catch some of them." 
            “It is already very late and we have a heavy load to carry a long way. Let’s come back tomorrow," suggested the other fisherman. 
            Ekkabuddhi turned to the others in the pond and said, “Did you not hear what the fishermen said? We must leave this pond for a safer place." 
            “Just because two fishermen said they would come back to catch us tomorrow, you want us to leave our home and flee. For all we know, they might not come back," said Sahasrabuddhi. 
            “Even if they come back to catch us I know a thousand tricks to get away." 
            “And even if your thousand ways fail, I know another hundred ways to escape," said Shatabuddhi. “ We will not let two fishermen scare us away from our me." All the others in the pond agreed with them. 
            “Well! I know only one trick," said Ekkabuddhi. “To leave the place before danger strikes." Ekkabuddhi and his wife left the pond in search of a safer place. All the fishes, crabs and frogs laughed at them as they left. 
            The next day the fishermen returned to the pond and cast their net. “Ouch! This net is too thick for me to bite through," cried Sahasrabuddhi. 
            “For me too," cried Shatabuddhi. “Only if I could get out, I could do something. 
            “We should have listened to Ekkabuddhi," cried a fish. “Now we are all doomed4." 
            The fishermen caught them all and put all the fishes, frogs and crabs into a big basket and took them away. 
            Ekkabuddhi, hiding behind a boulder5 with his wife turned to her and said, “If I had not acted in time, we would also be in that basket with the others." 


            1 crabs a26cc3db05581d7cfc36d59943c77523     
            n.蟹( crab的名詞復數 );陰虱寄生病;蟹肉v.捕蟹( crab的第三人稱單數 )
            • As we walked along the seashore we saw lots of tiny crabs. 我們在海岸上散步時看到很多小蟹。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
            • The fish and crabs scavenge for decaying tissue. 魚和蟹搜尋腐爛的組織為食。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
            2 chased 2c5612168d687dc7bc023e30a656a040     
            • The boy chased his sister in and out among the bushes. 那個男孩在灌木叢里跟著他姐姐追過來追過去。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
            • The enemy chased the decoys down to the place of ambush. 敵人將誘騙者一直追到伏兵所在地。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
            3 amazed 9zYzBk     
            adj.吃驚的,驚奇的v.使大為吃驚,使驚奇( amaze的過去式和過去分詞 )
            • Just the size of the place amazed her. 僅僅地方之大就使她十分驚奇。
            • I was amazed at her knowledge of French literature. 她的法國文學知識之豐富使我大為驚奇。
            4 doomed EuuzC1     
            • The court doomed the accused to a long term of imprisonment. 法庭判處被告長期監禁。
            • A country ruled by an iron hand is doomed to suffer. 被鐵腕人物統治的國家定會遭受不幸的。
            5 boulder BNbzS     
            • We all heaved together and removed the boulder.大家一齊用勁,把大石頭搬開了。
            • He stepped clear of the boulder.他從大石頭后面走了出來。
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