英语谚语及故事

1. 英语谚语故事

一只猫的生命哲学:The Zen of Cat原来很大的道理不一定需要很难的语言去解释,本文简单地一问一答告诉我们,当身边的人离去时,他们其实活在我们的心里;告诉我们,生命原本是一个无所谓开始更无所谓结束的圆圈;告诉我们,每一段生命的结束都意味着新生命的开始。

只要心中还有爱,有思念,我们就可以笑对生死,珍惜人生。——题记 The Man was very sad. He knew that the Cat's days were numbered.The doctor had said there wasn't anything more that could be done,that he should take the Cat home and make him as comfortable as possible. The man stroked the Cat on his lap and sighed.The Cat opened his eyes, purred and looked up at the Man. A tear rolled down the Man's cheek and landed on the Cat's forehead.The Cat gave him a slightly annoyed look. “Why do you cry, Man?”the Cat asded.“Because you can't bear the thought of losing me? Because you think you can never replace me?”The Man nodded “yes.” “And where do you think I'll be when I leave you?”the Cat asked. The Man shrugged helplessly. “Close your eyes, Man,” the Cat said. The Man gave him a questioning look, but did as he was told. “What color are my eyes and fur?” the Cat asked. “Your eyes are gold and your fur is a rich, warm brown,” the Man replied. “And where is it that you most often see me?”asked the Cat. “I see you…on the kitchen windowsill watching the birds…on my favorite chair…on my desk lying on the papers I need…on the pillow next to my head at night.” “Then, whenever you wish to see me, all you must do is close your eyes,” said the Cat. “Pick up that piece of string from the floor——there, my 'toy.'” The Man opened his eyes, then reached over and picked up the string. It was about two feet long and the Cat had been able to entertain himself for hours with it. “Now take each end of the string in one hand,” the Cat ordered. The Man did so. “The end in your left hand is my birth and the end in your right hand is my death. Now bring the two ends together,” the Cat said. The Man complied. “You have made a continuous circle,” said the cat.“Does any point along the string appear to be different, worse or better than any other part of the string?” The Man inspected the string and then shook his head “no.” “Close your eyes again,” the Cat said.“Now lick your hand.” The Man widened his eyes in surprise. “Just do it,” the Cat said.“Lick your hand,think of me in all my familiar places, think about all the pieces of string.” The Man felt foolish, licking his hand, but he did as he was told. He discovered what a cat must know, that licking a paw is very calming and allows one to think more clearly. He continued licking and the corners of his mouth turned upward into the first smile he had shown in days. He waited for the Cat to tell him to stop,and when he didn't, he opened his eyes. The Cat's eyes were closed.The Man stroked the warm, brown fur, but the Cat was gone. The Man shut his eyes hard as the tears poured down his face. He saw the Cat on the windowsill, then in his bed, then lying across his important papers. He saw him on the pillow next to his head, saw his bright gold eyes and darkest brown on his nose and ears. He opened his eyes and through his tears looked over at the circle of string he still held clutched in his hand. One day, not long after, there was a new Cat on his lap. She was a lovely calico and white…very different from his earlier beloved Cat and very much the same. 男人非常伤心。

他知道猫余下的日子不多了。医生说已经没得治了,他只能把猫带回家,并尽可能地让他在剩下的时间里过得舒服些。

男人把猫放在腿上,叹了口气。猫睁开眼睛,呼噜呼噜地叫着,抬眼看了看男人。

一滴眼泪从男人的脸颊边滑落,落在了猫的额头上。猫有点不高兴地看了他一眼。

“你哭个什么啊,伙计?”猫问道,“因为你无法承受将要失去我的念头?因为你认为永远都没有什么能代替我?”男人点了点头。“是啊。”

“那么你认为我离开你以后,会到什么地方去了呢?”猫问道。男人无望地耸了耸肩。

“闭上眼睛吧,伙计,”猫说。男人疑惑地看了他一眼,但还是听话地闭上了眼睛。

“我的眼睛和毛皮是什么颜色的?”猫问。“你的眼睛是金色的,你的毛皮是浓郁而温暖的褐色的。”

男人回答道。 “那你最常在什么地方见到我呢?”猫问。

“我经常见到你……在厨房地窗台上看鸟……在我最喜欢的椅子上……躺在桌子上我需要用的文件上……晚上睡在我脑袋边的枕头上。”“那么,无论什么时候你想见我,你只要闭上你的眼睛就可以了。”

猫说。 “把地上的那段绳子捡起来——那里,我的‘玩具’。”

男人睁开眼睛,伸手捡起了绳子。绳子大约有两英尺(约0.6米)。

2. 英语谚语的小故事

Plug one's ears while stealing a bell(掩耳盗铃)完整的英语,后面有中文意思:)~ In the Spring and Autumn period, a thief had stolen a bell and intended to carry it away on his back, but the bell was too bulky and heavy to be carried, so he tried to break it into pieces with a hammer to make it easier for carrying. On his first hit, however, the bell made a loud noise. He thus feared that the ringing sound might be heard by someone, who would come to rob him of his bell. His fright made him plug his own ears, while hitting the bell with the hammer. The bell sound was, nevertheless, audible to others and therefore to stuff his ears for the purpose of stealing a bell was a stupid action it is as foolish as burying one's head in the sand. from Huai Nanzi(淮南子著) 掩耳盗铃 在春秋战国时期,有一个小偷偷了一只钟。

他准备把钟扛在背上带走。可是钟又大又沉,很难扛走。

因此他想用锤子把钟敲成碎片,这样运起来就能多了。可是,他敲了一下,那只钟发出巨大的响声。

他怕别人听到了钟声会来抢他的钟,于是他在锤子敲钟时捂上了自己的耳朵。不过,即使他这样做,别人还是听得到钟声的。

所以掩耳盗铃是非常愚蠢的行为,就像把头埋在沙子中一样。 (淮南子著)。

3. 英语的谚语故事

1、The Wolf and the Lamb A WOLF, meeting with a Lamb astray from the fold, resolved not to lay violent hands on him, but to find some plea to justify to the Lamb the Wolf's right to eat him. He thus addressed him: "Sirrah, last year you grossly insulted me." "Indeed," bleated the Lamb in a mournful tone of voice, "I was not then born." Then said the Wolf, "You feed in my pasture." "No, good sir," replied the Lamb, "I have not yet tasted grass." Again said the Wolf, "You drink of my well." "No," exclaimed the Lamb, "I never yet drank water, for as yet my mother's milk is both food and drink to me." Upon which the Wolf seized him and ate him up, saying,"Well! I won't remain supperless, even though you refute everyone of my imputations." The tyrant will always find a pretext for his tyranny. 2、The Bat and the Weasels A BAT who fell upon the ground and was caught by a Weasel pleaded to be spared his life. The Weasel refused, saying that he was by nature the enemy of all birds. The Bat assured him that he was not a bird, but a mouse, and thus was set free. Shortly afterwards the Bat again fell to the ground and was caught by another Weasel, whom he likewise entreated not to eat him. The Weasel said that he had a special hostility to mice. The Bat assured him that he was not a mouse, but a bat, and thus a second time escaped. It is wise to turn circumstances to good account. 3、The Lion and the Mouse A LION was awakened from sleep by a Mouse running over his face. Rising up angrily, he caught him and was about to kill him, when the Mouse piteously entreated, saying: "If you would only spare my life, I would be sure to repay your kindness." The Lion laughed and let him go. It happened shortly after this that the Lion was caught by some hunters, who bound him by st ropes to the ground. The Mouse, recognizing his roar, came gnawed the rope with his teeth, and set him free, exclaim "You ridiculed the idea of my ever being able to help you, expecting to receive from me any repayment of your favor; I now you know that it is possible for even a Mouse to con benefits on a Lion." 4、The Father and His Sons A FATHER had a family of sons who were perpetually quarreling among themselves. When he failed to heal their disputes by his exhortations, he determined to give them a practical illustration of the evils of disunion; and for this purpose he one day told them to bring him a bundle of sticks. When they had done so, he placed the faggot into the hands of each of them in succession, and ordered them to break it in pieces. They tried with all their strength, and were not able to do it. He next opened the faggot, took the sticks separately, one by one, and again put them into his sons' hands, upon which they broke them easily. He then addressed them in these words: "My sons, if you are of one mind, and unite to assist each other, you will be as this faggot, uninjured by all the attempts of your enemies; but if you are divided among yourselves, you will be broken as easily as these sticks." 5、A CHARCOAL-BURNER carried on his trade in his own house. One day he met a friend, a Fuller, and entreated him to come and live with him, saying that they should be far better neighbors and that their housekeeping expenses would be lessened. The Fuller replied, "The arrangement is impossible as far as I am concerned, for whatever I should whiten, you would immediately blacken again with your charcoal." Like will draw like.。

4. 英语谚语故事

Plug one's ears while stealing a bell(掩耳盗铃)完整的英语,后面有中文意思:)~

In the Spring and Autumn period, a thief had stolen a bell and intended to carry it away on his back, but the bell was too bulky and heavy to be carried, so he tried to break it into pieces with a hammer to make it easier for carrying. On his first hit, however, the bell made a loud noise. He thus feared that the ringing sound might be heard by someone, who would come to rob him of his bell. His fright made him plug his own ears, while hitting the bell with the hammer. The bell sound was, nevertheless, audible to others and therefore to stuff his ears for the purpose of stealing a bell was a stupid action it is as foolish as burying one's head in the sand.

from Huai Nanzi(淮南子著)

掩耳盗铃

在春秋战国时期,有一个小偷偷了一只钟。他准备把钟扛在背上带走。可是钟又大又沉,很难扛走。因此他想用锤子把钟敲成碎片,这样运起来就能多了。可是,他敲了一下,那只钟发出巨大的响声。他怕别人听到了钟声会来抢他的钟,于是他在锤子敲钟时捂上了自己的耳朵。不过,即使他这样做,别人还是听得到钟声的。所以掩耳盗铃是非常愚蠢的行为,就像把头埋在沙子中一样。

(淮南子著)

5. 英语谚语故事50字 儿童

谚语可以在五十个字以内,但是故事就不行了,我试一下: 先说谚语: ”一切财物如不使用等于没有。

“ 再说故事(也就是这则谚语的来源)3.The Miser 守财奴 A MISER sold all that he had and bought a lump of gold, which he buried in a hole in the ground by the side of an old wall and went to look at daily. One of his workmen observed his frequent visits to the spot and decided to watch his movements. He soon discovered the secret of the hidden treasure, and digging down, came to the lump of gold, and stole it. The Miser, on his next visit, found the hole empty and began to tear his hair and to make loud lamentations. A neighbor, seeing him overcome with grief and learning the cause, said, " raydo not grieve so; but go and take a stone, and place it in the hole, and fancy that the gold is still lying there. It will do you quite the same service; for when the gold was there, you had it not, as you did not make the slightest use of it." 有个守财奴变卖了他所有的家产,换回了金块,并秘密地埋在一个地方。他每天走去看 看他的宝藏。

有个在附近放羊的牧人留 心观察,知道了真情,趁他走后,挖出金块拿走了。 守财奴再来时,发现洞中的金块没有了,便捶胸痛哭。

有个人见他如此悲 痛,问明原因后, 说道:“喂,朋友,别再难过了,那块金子虽是你买来的,但并不是你真正拥有的。去拿一 块石头来,代替金块放在洞里,只要你心里想着那是块金子,你就会很高兴。

这样与你拥有 真正的金块效果没什么不同。依我之见,你拥有那 金块时,也从没用过。

不知道可否?敬请参考。

6. 英语谚语故事

一只猫的生命哲学:The Zen of Cat原来很大的道理不一定需要很难的语言去解释,本文简单地一问一答告诉我们,当身边的人离去时,他们其实活在我们的心里;告诉我们,生命原本是一个无所谓开始更无所谓结束的圆圈;告诉我们,每一段生命的结束都意味着新生命的开始。

只要心中还有爱,有思念,我们就可以笑对生死,珍惜人生。——题记 The Man was very sad. He knew that the Cat's days were numbered.The doctor had said there wasn't anything more that could be done,that he should take the Cat home and make him as comfortable as possible. The man stroked the Cat on his lap and sighed.The Cat opened his eyes, purred and looked up at the Man. A tear rolled down the Man's cheek and landed on the Cat's forehead.The Cat gave him a slightly annoyed look. “Why do you cry, Man?”the Cat asded.“Because you can't bear the thought of losing me? Because you think you can never replace me?”The Man nodded “yes.” “And where do you think I'll be when I leave you?”the Cat asked. The Man shrugged helplessly. “Close your eyes, Man,” the Cat said. The Man gave him a questioning look, but did as he was told. “What color are my eyes and fur?” the Cat asked. “Your eyes are gold and your fur is a rich, warm brown,” the Man replied. “And where is it that you most often see me?”asked the Cat. “I see you…on the kitchen windowsill watching the birds…on my favorite chair…on my desk lying on the papers I need…on the pillow next to my head at night.” “Then, whenever you wish to see me, all you must do is close your eyes,” said the Cat. “Pick up that piece of string from the floor——there, my 'toy.'” The Man opened his eyes, then reached over and picked up the string. It was about two feet long and the Cat had been able to entertain himself for hours with it. “Now take each end of the string in one hand,” the Cat ordered. The Man did so. “The end in your left hand is my birth and the end in your right hand is my death. Now bring the two ends together,” the Cat said. The Man complied. “You have made a continuous circle,” said the cat.“Does any point along the string appear to be different, worse or better than any other part of the string?” The Man inspected the string and then shook his head “no.” “Close your eyes again,” the Cat said.“Now lick your hand.” The Man widened his eyes in surprise. “Just do it,” the Cat said.“Lick your hand,think of me in all my familiar places, think about all the pieces of string.” The Man felt foolish, licking his hand, but he did as he was told. He discovered what a cat must know, that licking a paw is very calming and allows one to think more clearly. He continued licking and the corners of his mouth turned upward into the first smile he had shown in days. He waited for the Cat to tell him to stop,and when he didn't, he opened his eyes. The Cat's eyes were closed.The Man stroked the warm, brown fur, but the Cat was gone. The Man shut his eyes hard as the tears poured down his face. He saw the Cat on the windowsill, then in his bed, then lying across his important papers. He saw him on the pillow next to his head, saw his bright gold eyes and darkest brown on his nose and ears. He opened his eyes and through his tears looked over at the circle of string he still held clutched in his hand. One day, not long after, there was a new Cat on his lap. She was a lovely calico and white…very different from his earlier beloved Cat and very much the same. 男人非常伤心。

他知道猫余下的日子不多了。医生说已经没得治了,他只能把猫带回家,并尽可能地让他在剩下的时间里过得舒服些。

男人把猫放在腿上,叹了口气。猫睁开眼睛,呼噜呼噜地叫着,抬眼看了看男人。

一滴眼泪从男人的脸颊边滑落,落在了猫的额头上。猫有点不高兴地看了他一眼。

“你哭个什么啊,伙计?”猫问道,“因为你无法承受将要失去我的念头?因为你认为永远都没有什么能代替我?”男人点了点头。“是啊。”

“那么你认为我离开你以后,会到什么地方去了呢?”猫问道。男人无望地耸了耸肩。

“闭上眼睛吧,伙计,”猫说。男人疑惑地看了他一眼,但还是听话地闭上了眼睛。

“我的眼睛和毛皮是什么颜色的?”猫问。“你的眼睛是金色的,你的毛皮是浓郁而温暖的褐色的。”

男人回答道。 “那你最常在什么地方见到我呢?”猫问。

“我经常见到你……在厨房地窗台上看鸟……在我最喜欢的椅子上……躺在桌子上我需要用的文件上……晚上睡在我脑袋边的枕头上。”“那么,无论什么时候你想见我,你只要闭上你的眼睛就可以了。”

猫说。 “把地上的那段绳子捡起来——那里,我的‘玩具’。”

男人睁开眼睛,伸手捡起了绳子。绳子大约有两英尺(约0.6米)。

7. 英语的谚语故事

1、The Wolf and the Lamb A WOLF, meeting with a Lamb astray from the fold, resolved not to lay violent hands on him, but to find some plea to justify to the Lamb the Wolf's right to eat him. He thus addressed him: "Sirrah, last year you grossly insulted me." "Indeed," bleated the Lamb in a mournful tone of voice, "I was not then born." Then said the Wolf, "You feed in my pasture." "No, good sir," replied the Lamb, "I have not yet tasted grass." Again said the Wolf, "You drink of my well." "No," exclaimed the Lamb, "I never yet drank water, for as yet my mother's milk is both food and drink to me." Upon which the Wolf seized him and ate him up, saying,"Well! I won't remain supperless, even though you refute everyone of my imputations." The tyrant will always find a pretext for his tyranny. 2、The Bat and the Weasels A BAT who fell upon the ground and was caught by a Weasel pleaded to be spared his life. The Weasel refused, saying that he was by nature the enemy of all birds. The Bat assured him that he was not a bird, but a mouse, and thus was set free. Shortly afterwards the Bat again fell to the ground and was caught by another Weasel, whom he likewise entreated not to eat him. The Weasel said that he had a special hostility to mice. The Bat assured him that he was not a mouse, but a bat, and thus a second time escaped. It is wise to turn circumstances to good account. 3、The Lion and the Mouse A LION was awakened from sleep by a Mouse running over his face. Rising up angrily, he caught him and was about to kill him, when the Mouse piteously entreated, saying: "If you would only spare my life, I would be sure to repay your kindness." The Lion laughed and let him go. It happened shortly after this that the Lion was caught by some hunters, who bound him by st ropes to the ground. The Mouse, recognizing his roar, came gnawed the rope with his teeth, and set him free, exclaim "You ridiculed the idea of my ever being able to help you, expecting to receive from me any repayment of your favor; I now you know that it is possible for even a Mouse to con benefits on a Lion." 4、The Father and His Sons A FATHER had a family of sons who were perpetually quarreling among themselves. When he failed to heal their disputes by his exhortations, he determined to give them a practical illustration of the evils of disunion; and for this purpose he one day told them to bring him a bundle of sticks. When they had done so, he placed the faggot into the hands of each of them in succession, and ordered them to break it in pieces. They tried with all their strength, and were not able to do it. He next opened the faggot, took the sticks separately, one by one, and again put them into his sons' hands, upon which they broke them easily. He then addressed them in these words: "My sons, if you are of one mind, and unite to assist each other, you will be as this faggot, uninjured by all the attempts of your enemies; but if you are divided among yourselves, you will be broken as easily as these sticks." 5、A CHARCOAL-BURNER carried on his trade in his own house. One day he met a friend, a Fuller, and entreated him to come and live with him, saying that they should be far better neighbors and that their housekeeping expenses would be lessened. The Fuller replied, "The arrangement is impossible as far as I am concerned, for whatever I should whiten, you would immediately blacken again with your charcoal." Like will draw like.。

8. 英语谚语故事

狼来了 英文短剧剧本 THE WOLF IS COMING Character: a boy; a wolf; some farmers, a group of sheep, a storyteller 道具:鞭子、一棵大树、一座小山、三顶草帽、三根扁担、三把锄头、Scene One: farmers working in the field (第一场:三个农民在地里劳动) 1、音乐起,三个农民边唱边跳出场 歌词:We are farmers, we are farmers, happy happy happy! 2、三个农民在地里劳动 farmer A: Let's have a rest, OK? Farmer B C:OK! (农民下) Scene Two: A boy is shepherding ( 第二场:一个小孩在放牧) (男孩上,赶着一群羊, 然后走到树下休息) Boy: (挥舞着他手中的鞭子)Hmn, I feel very humdrum. There is nobody here to talk with me. How humdrum!(嗯,太无聊了。

这儿一个说话的人也没有。真没意思!) Sheep: Baa…(咩咩……) Boy: Um, I have a good idea. I am sure people will come soon.(嗯,我有了一个好主意.我相信人们很快就会来了。)

(大声喊)a wolf is coming .A wolf is coming.(狼来了。狼来了。)

Scene Two: Some Farmers Are Working(第二场:几个农民在干活) (山下,有几名农民在干活。他们听到了 男孩的声音。)

Boy: wolf is coming. A wolf is coming . Help!(狼来了。狼来了。

救命啊!) Farmer A: Hi, do you hear anyone crying? (嗨。你听见有人在喊叫吗?) Farmer B :(听) Yes. It's the shepherd's voice.(是啊,是那牧童的声音。)

Farmer C: (放下手中的活。) Yes. Let's go and help him. Let's kill the wolf. (是的,咱们去帮他。

快去打狼吧。) (越来越多的农民停下手中的活儿,拿着棍棒和农具上山了。)

Scene Three: The Farmers Are Fooled(第三场:农民被愚弄了) (农民们拿着棍棒和农具爬上山。) Farmer A: Where's the wolf? Where is it? Can you see it? (狼呢?它在哪儿?你看见了吗?) Farmer C: Hi! Little boy! Are you all right? We are coming to kill the wolf. Where is it going? (嗨!小孩。

你没事吧?我们是来打狼的。狼在哪儿?) Boy: Hahaha! Sorry. There's no wolf here. I'm joking. Haha…(哈哈哈!对不起,这儿没有狼,我开玩笑呢。

哈哈哈……) Farmer C: No wolf? You cheat us. It is not good to do this. (没有狼?你骗我们。这样做不好。)

Boy: Hahaha! What fools! Hahaha…… (哈!真傻!哈哈……) (农民们很生气,他们下山继续干活了。) (不久,农民们又听到来之山上的同样的叫喊声。)

Boy: A wolf is coming. A wolf is coming. Help! Help! (狼来了。狼来了。

救命啊!救命啊!) Farmer B (对 Farmer C说): Maybe the wolf is really coming. (或许这一次狼真的来了。) Boy: Help! Help! Wolf …(救命啊!救命啊!狼来了…….) Farmer C: Let's go to the hill and kill the wolf . (咱们上山打狼去。)

(他们向山顶爬,有人都累得爬不到山顶了。可是当他们爬到山顶时,却 发现根本没有狼。)

Boy: Hahaha! Don't angry with me, uncles. Why not sit down and have a chat? (哈哈哈!大叔大伯,你们别生气。坐下来跟我聊会天,好吗?) Farmer A: You naughty boy! (你这顽皮的孩子!你可不应该再骗人啊!下次再也没有人相信你了。)

Farmer B: The boy fool us again. Let's go!(这孩子又骗人,咱们走!) Farmer C: What a bad boy! Don't believe him. (这孩子真不象话!别在理了。) (男孩笑弯了腰。

农民们气愤地离开了。) Scene Four: A wolf Is Really Coming(第四场:狼真的来了) (一个晴朗的早上,小孩在山顶上放羊。

突然,他听到一阵怪叫声。狼真的来了。)

Boy: (他怕极了。) Wolf ! Wolf ! The wolf is really coming. Help! Help! (狼!狼!狼真的来了。

快救命啊!) Wolf: So many fat sheep. I can have a good lunch. (这么多肥羊。我能吃顿丰盛的午餐了。)

Boy: The wolf is coming. Help ! The wolf is coming. Help!(狼来了。救命!) (可是这一次没有人来。

狼咬死一只羊,又去追那孩子。小孩摔下山坡。

他被救了。 打那以后,他再也不敢撒谎了。)

英语小剧本-----小红帽 Little Red Riding Hood 第一场:Little Red Riding Hood家 Mum: (妈妈拿着一个篮子,把桌子上的水果放在篮子里) Little Red Riding Hood:(唱着歌,欢快地跑进来)Hi,mummy, what are you doing? Mum: (一边把水果放在篮子里,心事重重地说)Grandma is ill. Here are some apples and bananas for Grandma. Take them to Grandma. Little Red Riding Hood:(边提起篮子,边点头说)Ok! Mum: (亲切地看着Little Red Riding Hood说) Be good. Be careful. Little Red Riding Hood: Yes ,mummy.Goodbye, mummy. Mum: Bye-bye. Darling. 第二场:在路上 (一阵轻快的音乐由远而近,Little Red Riding Hood挎着篮子蹦跳跳地跳到花草旁) Little Red Riding Hood: Wow!Flowers, how beautiful! (放下篮子采花)One flower ,two flowers, three flowers. Wolf:(随着一阵低沉的音乐,Wolf大步地走上台)I am wolf. I am hungry. (做找东西状,东张西望) Here is a little red riding hood. Hi! Little Red Riding 。

9. 急需英语小故事,或英语小谚语

故事我没有,但谚语倒有一些。

1.Practice makes perfect. 熟能生巧。2.God helps those who help themselves. 天助自助者。

3.Easier said than done. 说起来容易做起来难。4.Where there is a will,there is a way. 有志者事竟成。

5.One false step will make a great difference. 差之毫厘,失之千里。6.Slow and steady wins the race. 稳扎稳打无往而不胜。

7.A fall into the pit, a gain in your wit. 吃一堑,长一智。8.Experience is the mother of wisdom. 实践出真知。

9.All work and no play makes jack a dull boy. 只工作不休息,聪明孩子也变傻。10.Beauty without virtue is a rose without fragrance. 无德之美犹如没有香味的玫瑰,徒有其表。

11.More haste,less speed. 欲速则不达。12.It's never too old to learn. 活到老,学到老。

13.All that glitters is not gold. 闪光的未必都是金子。14.A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.千里之行始于足下。

15.Look before you leap. 三思而后行。16.Rome was not built in a day. 伟业非一日之功。

17.Great minds think alike. 英雄所见略同。18.well begun,half done. 好的开始等于成功的一半。

19.It is hard to please all. 众口难调。20.Out of sight,out of mind. 眼不见,心不念。

21.Facts speak plainer than words. 事实胜于雄辩。22.Call back white and white back. 颠倒黑白。

23.First things first. 凡事有轻重缓急。24.Ill news travels fast. 坏事传千里。

25.A friend in need is a friend indeed. 患难见真情。26.live not to eat,but eat to live. 活着不是为了吃饭,吃饭为了活着。

27.Action speaks louder than words. 行动胜过语言。28.East or west,home is the best. 金窝银窝不如自家草窝。

29.It's not the gay coat that makes the gentleman. 君子在德不在衣。30.Beauty will buy no beef. 漂亮不能当饭吃。

31.Like and like make good friends. 趣味相投。32.The older, the wiser. 姜是老的辣。

33.Do as Romans do in Rome. 入乡随俗。34.An idle youth,a needy age. 少壮不努力,老大徒伤悲。

35.AS the tree,so the fruit. 种瓜得瓜,种豆得豆。36.To live is to learn,to learn is to better live. 活着为了学习,学习为了更好的活着。

10. 英语的谚语故事 急

我给贴谚语,由来你可以照着汉语找A bad beginning makes a bad ending.不善始者不善终。

A bad thing never dies.遗臭万年。 A bad workman always blames his tools.不会撑船怪河弯。

A bird in the hand is worth than two in the bush.一鸟在手胜过双鸟在林。 A boaster and a liar are cousins-german.吹牛与说谎本是同宗。

A bully is always a coward.色厉内荏。 A burden of one's choice is not felt.爱挑的担子不嫌重。

A candle lights others and consumes itself.蜡烛照亮别人,却毁灭了自己。 A cat has 9 lives.猫有九条命。

A cat may look at a king.人人平等。 A close mouth catches no flies.病从口入。

A constant guest is never welcome.常客令人厌。 Actions speak louder than words.事实胜于雄辩。

Adversity leads to prosperity.穷则思变。 Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.逆境出人才。

A fair death honors the whole life.死得其所,流芳百世。 A faithful friend is hard to find.知音难觅。

A fall into a pit, a gain in your wit.吃一堑,长一智。 A fox may grow gray, but never good.江山易改,本性难移。

A friend in need is a friend indeed.患难见真情。 A friend is easier lost than found.得朋友难,失朋友易。

A friend is never known till a man has need.需要之时方知友。 A friend without faults will never be found.没有十全十美的朋友。

'After you' is good manners.“您先请”是礼貌。 A good beginning is half done.良好的开端是成功的一半。

A good beginning makes a good ending.善始者善终。 A good book is a good friend.好书如挚友。

A good book is the best of friends, the same today and forever.一本好书,相伴一生。 A good conscience is a soft pillow.不做亏心事,不怕鬼叫门。

A good fame is better than a good face.美名胜过美貌。 A good husband makes a good wife.夫善则妻贤。

A good medicine tastes bitter.良药苦口。 A good wife health is a man's best wealth.妻贤身体好是男人最大的财富。

A great talker is a great liar.说大话者多谎言。 A hedge between keeps friendship green.君子之交淡如水。

A joke never gains an enemy but loses a friend.戏谑不能化敌为友,只能使人失去朋友。 A leopard cannot change its spots.积习难改。

A liar is not believed when he speaks the truth.说谎者即使讲真话也没人相信。 A light heart lives long.静以修身。

A little body often harbors a great soul.浓缩的都是精品。 A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.一知半解,自欺欺人。

A little pot is soon hot.狗肚子盛不得四两油。 All are brave when the enemy flies.敌人逃窜时,人人都成了勇士。

All good things come to an end.天下没有不散的筵席。 All rivers run into sea.海纳百川。

All roads lead to Rome.条条大路通罗马。 All that ends well is well.结果好,就一切都好。

All that glitters is not gold.闪光的不一定都是金子。 All things are difficult before they are easy.凡事总是由难而易。

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.只会用功不玩耍,聪明孩子也变傻。 A man becomes learned by asking questions.不耻下问才能有学问。

A man can do no more than he can.凡事都应量力而行。 A man cannot spin and reel at the same time.一心不能二用。

A man is known by his friends.什么人交什么朋友。 A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds.光说空话不做事,犹如花园光长刺。

A man without money is no man at all.一分钱难倒英雄汉。 A merry heart goes all the way.心旷神怡,事事顺利。

A miss is as good as a mile.失之毫厘,差之千里。 A mother's love never changes.母爱永恒。

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.一天一苹果,不用请医生。 A new broom sweeps clean.新官上任三把火。

An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.以眼还眼,以牙还牙。 An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening.一日之计在于晨。

An old dog cannot learn new tricks.老狗学不出新把戏。 An ounce of luck is better than a pound of wisdom.聪明才智,不如运气。

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.预防为主,治疗为辅。 A rolling stone gathers no moss.滚石不生苔,转业不聚财。

As a man sows, so he shall reap.种瓜得瓜,种豆得豆。 A single flower does not make a spring.一花独放不是春,百花齐放春满园。

A snow year, a rich year.瑞雪兆丰年。 A sound mind in a sound body.健全的精神寓于健康的身体。

A still tongue makes a wise head.寡言者智。 A stitch in time saves nine.小洞不补,大洞吃苦。

A straight foot is not afraid of a crooked shoe.身正不怕影子斜。 A wise head makes a close mouth.真人不露相,露相非真人。

A word spoken is past recalling.一言既出,驷马难追。 A year's plan starts with spring.一年之计在于春。

A young idler, an old beggar.少壮不努力,老大徒伤悲。 Bad news has wings.好事不出门,坏事传千里。

Barking dogs seldom bite.吠犬不咬人。 Beauty lies in the love's eyes.情人眼里出西。

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