少兒英語故事:鶴和蛇
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有一對鶴夫婦過得很糟糕,因為有一條黑色的大眼鏡蛇老吃它們下的蛋后來,設計請來了貓鼬(朦),結果蛇被貓鼬吃掉了,貓鼬也吃光了它們的蛋。

In a forest close to the river bank mere1 lived a crane with his wife. They were very unhappy. Every time the wife laid eggs in their nest, a big black cobra who lived in a hollow in the tree, would eat them up. The crane had a friend the crab2. He went to his friend the crab and shared his misery3. "I feel so hopeless….That sneaking4 thief has eaten our eggs again," complained the crane angrily. 
 
“Don’t worry," said the crab comfortingly. “You need not be hopeless when you have a friend like me. We will come up with a solution." 
 
The crab sat to think of a plan. Suddenly he jumped up and rushed to the crane. 
 
“Friend, I have a wonderful plan," said the crab and whispered something into the crane’s car. 
 
The crane flew back to his nest and told his wife all about the crab’s plan. He was very excited. 
 
“Are you sure this will work?" asked the wife. 
 
“I hope we are not making a mistake. Think twice before going ahead with the plan." 
 
But the crane was eager to try out the plan. The crane flew down to the river bank and began to fish. He caught several little fishes and went down to the hole in which a mongoose lived. He dropped a fish at the mouth of the hole. Then he took another fish and dropped it a little further away from the first one. Repeating this, he made a trail of fishes leading to the tree where his nest was. 
 
The mongoose smelt5 the fish and came out of the hole. “Ah, a fish!" exclaimed the mongoose joyfully6 and quickly ate it up. He then followed the trail of fishes. As he neared the tree where the cranes and the snake lived, the trail ended. Finding no more fishes, he looked around. 
 
Suddenly he came across the black cobra at the foot of the tree. Seeing the mongoose, the cobra fought for his life. Both fought for a long time and in the end the mongoose killed the snake. The cranes who were watching the fight from their nest sighed with relief. 
 
The next day the mongoose began to follow the same trail hoping to find more food. When he came to the tree where the trail ended, he decided7 to climb the tree in search of food. 
 
The cranes who were away at the river bank returned to find the mongoose climbing down the tree. On looking in their nest, they discovered that this time, the mongoose had eaten up all their eggs. 
 
“Alas! We got rid of one enemy only to find another," said the crane to his wife. 


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1 mere rC1xE     
adj.純粹的;僅僅,只不過
參考例句:
  • That is a mere repetition of what you said before.那不過是重復了你以前講的話。
  • It's a mere waste of time waiting any longer.再等下去純粹是浪費時間。
2 crab xoozE     
n.螃蟹,偏航,脾氣乖戾的人,酸蘋果;vi.捕蟹,偏航,發牢騷;vt.使偏航,發脾氣
參考例句:
  • I can't remember when I last had crab.我不記得上次吃蟹是什么時候了。
  • The skin on my face felt as hard as a crab's back.我臉上的皮仿佛僵硬了,就象螃蟹的殼似的。
3 misery G10yi     
n.痛苦,苦惱,苦難;悲慘的境遇,貧苦
參考例句:
  • Business depression usually causes misery among the working class.商業不景氣常使工薪階層受苦。
  • He has rescued me from the mire of misery.他把我從苦海里救了出來。
4 sneaking iibzMu     
a.秘密的,不公開的
參考例句:
  • She had always had a sneaking affection for him. 以前她一直暗暗傾心于他。
  • She ducked the interviewers by sneaking out the back door. 她從后門偷偷溜走,躲開采訪者。
5 smelt tiuzKF     
v.熔解,熔煉;n.銀白魚,胡瓜魚
參考例句:
  • Tin is a comparatively easy metal to smelt.錫是比較容易熔化的金屬。
  • Darby was looking for a way to improve iron when he hit upon the idea of smelting it with coke instead of charcoal.達比一直在尋找改善鐵質的方法,他猛然想到可以不用木炭熔煉,而改用焦炭。
6 joyfully joyfully     
adv. 喜悅地, 高興地
參考例句:
  • She tripped along joyfully as if treading on air. 她高興地走著,腳底下輕飄飄的。
  • During these first weeks she slaved joyfully. 在最初的幾周里,她干得很高興。
7 decided lvqzZd     
adj.決定了的,堅決的;明顯的,明確的
參考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.這使他們比對手具有明顯的優勢。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英國人和中國人打招呼的方式有很明顯的區別。
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