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成语故事英语演讲小学生_英语成语故事演讲稿三分钟小学生

       谢谢大家对成语故事英语演讲小学生问题集合的提问。作为一个对此领域感兴趣的人,我期待着和大家分享我的见解和解答各个问题,希望能对大家有所帮助。

1.用小学英语表示一个成语故事

2.急求一个英语的成语故事!!!

3.求四个字的成语故事英语的

4.求成语故事的英语翻译

成语故事英语演讲小学生_英语成语故事演讲稿三分钟小学生

用小学英语表示一个成语故事

       守株待兔

       One day a farmer was working in the field .

       suddenly a hare carched

       into a tree ,it fell to the

       ground and died.The

       farmer was happy.

       He took it back home

       and cooked it.from the

       on ,the farmer stopped

       working.And waited for

       another hare.But another hare never come.So the farmer had

       nothing to eat.

急求一个英语的成语故事!!!

       塞翁失马Blessing or Bane

       战国时期,靠近北部边城,住着一个老人,名叫塞翁。塞翁养了许多马,一天,他的马群中忽然有一匹走失了。邻居们听说这件事,跑来安慰,劝他不必太着急,年龄大了,多注意身体。塞翁见有人劝慰,笑了笑说:“丢了一匹马损失不大,没准会带来什么福气呢。”

邻居听了塞翁的话,心里觉得很好笑。马丢了,明明是件坏事,他却认为也许是好事,显然是自我安慰而已。过了几天,丢失的马不仅自动返回家,还带回一匹匈奴的骏马。

邻居听说了,对塞翁的预见非常佩服,向塞翁道贺说:“还是您有远见,马不仅没有丢,还带回一匹好马,真是福气呀。”

塞翁听了邻人的祝贺,反而一点高兴的样子都没有,忧虑地说:“白白得了一匹好马,不一定是什么福气,也许惹出什么麻烦来。”

邻居们以为他故作姿态纯属老年人的狡猾。心里明明高兴,有意不说出来。

塞翁有个独生子,非常喜欢骑马。他发现带回来的那匹马顾盼生姿,身长蹄大,嘶鸣嘹亮,膘悍神骏,一看就知道是匹好马。他每天都骑马出游,心中洋洋得意。

一天,他高兴得有些过火,打马飞奔,一个趔趄,从马背上跌下来,摔断了腿。邻居听说,纷纷来慰问。

塞翁说:“没什么,腿摔断了却保住性命,或许是福气呢。”邻居们觉得他又在胡言乱语。他们想不出,摔断腿会带来什么福气。

不久,匈奴兵大举入侵,青年人被应征入伍,塞翁的儿子因为摔断了腿,不能去当兵。入伍的青年都战死了,唯有塞翁的儿子保全了性命。

       Near China's northern borders lived a man well versed in the practices of Taoism. His horse, for no reason at all, got into the territory of the northern tribes. Everyone commiserated with him.

       "Perhaps this will soon turn out to be a blessing," said his father.

       After a few months, his animal came back, leading a fine horse from the north. Everyone congratulated him.

       "Perhaps this will soon turn out to be a cause of misfortune," said his father.

       Since he was well-off and kept good horses his son became fond of riding and eventually broke his thigh bone falling from a horse. Everyone commiserated with him.

       "Perhaps this will soon turn out to be a blessing," said his father.

       One year later, the northern tribes started a big invasion of the border regions. All able-bodied young men took up arms and fought against the invaders, and as a result, around the border nine out of ten men died. This man's son did not join in the fighting because he was crippled and so both the boy and his father survived.

求四个字的成语故事英语的

       1.An Apple of Discord争斗之源;不和之因;祸根

        An Apple of Discord直译为“纠纷的苹果”,出自荷马史诗Iliad中的希腊神话故事

        传说希腊阿耳戈英雄(Argonaut)珀琉斯(Peleus)和爱琴海海神涅柔斯的女儿西蒂斯(Thetis)在珀利翁山举行婚礼,大摆宴席。他们邀请了奥林匹斯上(Olympus)的诸神参加喜筵,不知是有意还是无心,惟独没有邀请掌管争执的女神厄里斯(Eris)。这位女神恼羞成怒,决定在这次喜筵上制造不和。于是,她不请自来,并悄悄在筵席上放了一个金苹果,上面镌刻着“属于最美者”几个字。天后赫拉(Hera),智慧女神雅典娜(Athena)、爱与美之神阿芙罗狄蒂(Aphrodite),都自以为最美,应得金苹果,获得“最美者”称号。她们争执不下,闹到众神之父宙斯(Zeus)那里,但宙斯碍于难言之隐,不愿偏袒任何一方,就要她们去找特洛伊的王子帕里斯(Paris)评判。三位女神为了获得金苹果,都各自私许帕里斯以某种好处:赫拉许给他以广袤国土和掌握富饶财宝的权利,雅典娜许以文武全才和胜利的荣誉,阿芙罗狄蒂则许他成为世界上最美艳女子的丈夫。年青的帕里斯在富贵、荣誉和美女之间选择了后者,便把金苹果判给爱与美之神。为此,赫拉和雅典娜怀恨帕里斯,连带也憎恨整个特洛伊人。后来阿芙罗狄蒂为了履行诺言,帮助帕里斯拐走了斯巴达国王墨涅俄斯的王后---绝世美女海伦(Helen),从而引起了历时10年的特洛伊战争。不和女神厄里斯丢下的那个苹果,不仅成了天上3位女神之间不和的根源,而且也成为了人间2个民族之间战争的起因。因此,在英语中产生了an apple of discord这个成语,常用来比喻any subject of disagreement and contention;the root of the trouble;dispute等意义

        这个成语最初为公元2世纪时的古罗马历史学家马克·朱里·尤斯丁(Marcus Juninus Justinus)所使用,后来广泛的流传到欧洲许多语言中去,成为了一个国际性成语。

       eg: He throwing us an apple of discord,we soon quarrelled again.

        The dispute about inheriting estate formed an apple of discord between them.

        This problem seems to be an apple of discord between the Soviet union and the USA.

       2.The Heel of Achilles 亦作The Achilles' Heel唯一弱点;薄弱环节;要害

        The Heel of Achilles直译是“阿基里斯的脚踵”,是个在欧洲广泛流行的国际性成语。它源自荷马史诗Iliad中的希腊神话故事。

        阿基里斯是希腊联军里最英勇善战的骁将,也是荷马史诗Iliad里的主要人物之一。传说他是希腊密耳弥多涅斯人的国王珀琉斯和海神的女儿西蒂斯所生的儿子。阿基里斯瓜瓜坠地以后,母亲想使儿子健壮永生,把他放在火里锻炼,又捏着他的脚踵倒浸在冥河(Styx)圣水里浸泡。因此阿基里斯浑身象钢筋铁骨,刀枪不入,只有脚踵部位被母亲的手捏住,没有沾到冥河圣水,成为他的唯一要害。在特洛伊战争中,阿基里斯骁勇无敌,所向披靡,杀死了特洛伊主将,著名英雄赫克托耳(Hector),而特洛伊的任何武器都无法伤害他的身躯。后来,太阳神阿波罗(Apollo)把阿基里斯的弱点告诉了特洛伊王子帕里斯,阿基里斯终于被帕里斯诱到城门口,用暗箭射中他的脚踵,负伤而死。

        因此,the heel of Achilles,也称the Achilles' heel,常用以表示a weak point in something that is otherwise without fault;the weakest spot等意思。

       eg:The shortage of fortitude is his heel of Achilles.

        His Achilles' heel was his pride--he would get very angry if anyone criticized his work.

       3.Helen of Troy

        Helen of Troy 直译"特洛伊的海伦",源自源自荷马史诗Iliad中的希腊神话故事。

        Helen是希腊的绝世佳人,美艳无比,嫁给希腊南部邦城斯巴达国王墨涅俄斯(Menelaus)为妻。后来,特洛伊王子帕里斯奉命出事希腊,在斯巴达国王那里做客,他在爱与美之神阿芙罗狄蒂的帮助下,趁着墨涅俄斯外出之际,诱走海伦,还带走了很多财宝

        此事激起了希腊各部族的公愤,墨涅俄斯发誓说,宁死也要夺回海轮,报仇雪恨。为此,在希腊各城邦英雄的赞助下,调集十万大军和1180条战船,组成了希腊联军,公推墨涅俄斯的哥哥阿枷门农(Agamemnon)为联军统帅,浩浩荡荡,跨海东征,攻打特洛伊城,企图用武力夺回海轮。双方大战10年,死伤无数,许多英雄战死在沙场。甚至连奥林匹斯山的众神也分成2个阵营,有些支持希腊人,有些帮助特洛伊人,,彼此展开了一场持久的恶斗。最后希腊联军采用足智多谋的奥德修斯(Odusseus)的“木马计”,里应外合才攻陷了特洛伊。希腊人进城后,大肆杀戮,帕里斯王子也被杀死,特洛伊的妇女、儿童全部沦为奴隶。特洛伊城被掠夺一空,烧成了一片灰烬。战争结实后,希腊将士带着大量战利品回到希腊,墨涅俄斯抢回了美貌的海轮重返故土。这就是特洛伊战争的起因和结局。正是由于海轮,使特洛伊遭到毁灭的悲剧,真所谓“倾国倾城”,由此产生了Helen of Troy这个成语。

        特洛伊战争的真实性,已为19世纪德国考古学家谢里曼在迈锡尼发掘和考证古代特洛伊古城废墟所证实。至于特洛伊城被毁的真正原因,虽然众说纷纭,但肯定决不是为了一个美女而爆发这场战争的,与其说是为了争夺海轮而打了起来,毋宁说是为了争夺该地区的商业霸权和抢劫财宝而引起战争的。所谓“特洛伊的海伦”,实质上是财富和商业霸权的化身。中国历史上也有过“妲己亡商”,“西施沼吴”等传说,以及唐明皇因宠杨贵妃而招致“安史之乱”,吴三桂“冲冠一怒为红颜”等说法。汉语中有个“倾国倾城”的成语(语出《汉书·外戚传》:‘一顾倾人城,再顾倾人国’。)这里的“倾”字一语双光,既可指美艳非凡,令人倾倒;也可纸倾覆邦国。其含义与Helen of troy十分近似。

        在现代英语中,Helen of Troy这个成语,除了表示a beautiful girl or woman;a beauty who ruins her country等意义外,还可以用来表示a terrible disaster brought by sb or sth you like best的意思。

       eg:It is unfair that historians always attribute the fall of kingdoms to Helen of Troy.

        She didn't think of the beautiful umbrella bought the day before should become a Helen of Troy in her family.Because of this she and her husband quarreled for a long time.

求成语故事的英语翻译

       英语故事:破镜重圆

       A Broken Mirror Joined Together

       This set phrase metaphorically means the reunion of husband and wife after an enforced separation or a rupture.

       At the end of Southern Dynasties,when the Chen Dynasty was about to be overthrown.

       Xú Déyán felt very worried.He foreknew that his wife Princess Lè Chāng was destined to separate from him.

       His wife is the last Emperor Chén Shūbǎo's younger sister.

       Hence he broke a round bronze mirror into halves.

       One half is given to the Princess,the other half left with himself.

       The couple agreed on it that the wife would pretend to sell the broked mirror in the street of Cháng'ān,the capital of the Suí Dynasty,on the Lantern Festival.

       After the fall of Chén Dynasty,Princess Lè Chāng was captured and sent to Chang'an and forced to be a concubine-servant in the mansion of Yáng Sù.

       Xú Déyán missed his wife very much and went to the captial to look for her.

       On the 15th day of the first lunar month,he found a man selling half the mirror.

       After asking the man,he knew that his wife had been a concubine-servant of Yáng Sù. Thinking that he could not see her again,he sighed a great sorrow.

       Having known the matter,Yáng Sù felt much sympathy for the couple.He sent for Xú Déyán and told him to take wife away.Thus the husband and the wife were reunited into a happy couple.

       英语成语故事-井底之蛙

       The Frog in the Shallow Well (Jing Di Zhi Wa)

       Have you not heard of the frog that lived in a shallow well? It said to a turtle that lived in the East Sea, "I am so happy! When I go out, I jump about on the railing beside the mouth of the well. When I come home, I rest in the holes on the broken wall of the well. If I jump into the water, it comes up to my armpits and holds up my cheeks. If I walk in the mud, it covers up my feet. I look around at the wriggly worms, crabs and tadpoles, and none of them can compare with me. Moreover, I am lord of this trough of water and I stand up tall in this shallow well. My happiness is full. My dear sir, why don't you come often and look around my place?"

       Before the turtle from the East Sea could get its left foot in the well, its right knee got stuck. It hesitated and retreated. The turtle told the frog about the East Sea.

       "Even a distance of a thousand li cannot give you an idea of the sea's width; even a height of a thousand ren cannot give you an idea of its depth. In the time of King Yu of the Xia dynasty, there were floods nine years out of ten, but the waters in the sea did not increase. ln the time of King Tang of the Shang dynasty there were droughts seven years out of eight, but the waters in the sea did not decrease. The sea does not change along with the passage of time and its level does not rise or fall according to the amount of rain that falls. The greatest happiness is to live in the East Sea."

       After listening to these words, the frog of the shallow well was shocked into realization of his own insignificance and became very ill at ease.

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       英语故事:惊弓之鸟

       A Bird Startled by the Mere Twang of a Bow-String

       This set phrase figuratively denotes those who have suffered disasters and so have a lingering fear when anything happen.

       During the War Period ,in the Wèi State there lived a famous archer named Gēng léi.

       One day,Gēng léi and the King of Wei standing on a high terrace saw some birds flying past.

       At this Gēng léi said to the King:"I'll shoot a flying bird down for YourMajesty by drawing a bow with no arrow."

       The King asked,"Is it possible that one's archery can attain such a level?"

       A little later,a wild goose was flying from the east.

       Gēng léi just drew his bow but didn't shoot an arrow.

       As expected,the wild goose fell to the ground with the twang.

       The King asked in surprise,"How can your archery reach such a high level?"

       Gēng léi replied ,"This wild goose has been wounded."

       The King got more surprised,asking,"How do you know it,sir?"

       Gēng léi esplained,"This wild goose flew slowly and cried sadly.Its flying slowly suggested that it was still aching with the old wound; its crying sadly suggested that it had strayed long from its flock.When it heard the twang the wild goose had to flutter hard to fly high for its life.So it is evitably fell down with its old wound burst."

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       刻舟求剑

       Making His Mark (Ke Zhou Qiu Jian)

       A man from the state of Chu was crossing a river. In the boat, his sword fell into the water. Immediately he made a mark on the boat.

       "This is where my sword fell off," he said.

       When the boat stopped moving, he went into the water to look for his sword at the place where he had marked the boat.

       The boat had moved but the sword had not. Is this not a very foolish way to look for a sword

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