英文哲理故事带中文翻译

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  哲理故事看多了,那英文哲理故事看没看过,有带翻译的哦!下面就让我们一起来学习英文故事吧

  英文哲理故事(一):

  金丝雀与蝙蝠

  A bird was confined in a cage outside a window。 She often sang at night when all other birds were asleep。

  One night a bat came。 He asked the bird why she was silent by day and sang only at night。

  The bird answered, “Last year when I was singing in the daytime, a bird catcher heard my voice and caught me in his net。Since then I have never sung by day。”

  The bat replied, "But it is useless to do this now that you have bee a prisoner。" Then he flew away。[由www.duanmeiwen.com整理]

  金丝雀与蝙蝠

  挂在窗口笼里的金丝雀,经常在鸟儿睡着的夜里歌唱。

  一天晚上,蝙蝠来了,飞过来问她为什么白天安静无声,夜里却要歌唱。

  金丝雀回答说:“去年我在白天唱歌时,捕鸟人听到我的歌声抓住了我。从此,我再也不在白天唱歌了。”

  蝙蝠说:“你此刻才懂得谨慎已没用了,你若在变为囚徒之前就懂得,那该多好呀!”说完就飞走了。

  寓意: 我们就应在危险发生之前就提高警觉,因为危险一旦发生,我们再怎样留意也没有用了。

  英文哲理故事(二):

  The City Mouse and the Country Mouse

  Once there were two mice。 They were friends。 One mouse lived in the country; the other mouse lived in the city。 After many years the Country mouse saw the City mouse; he said, "Do e and see me at my house in the country。" So the City mouse went。 The City mouse said, "This food is not good, and your house is not good。 Why do you live in a hole in the field? You should e and live in the city。 You would live in a nice house made of stone。 You would have nice food to eat。 You must e and see me at my house in the city。"

  The Country mouse went to the house of the City mouse。 It was a very good house。 Nice food was set ready for them to eat。 But just as they began to eat they heard a great noise。 The City mouse cried, " Run! Run! The cat is ing!" They ran away quickly and hid。

  After some time they came out。 When they came out, the Country mouse said, "I do not like living in the city。 I like living in my hole in the field。 For it is nicer to be poor and happy, than to be rich and afraid。"

  城里老鼠和乡下老鼠

  从前,有两只老鼠,它们是好朋友。一只老鼠居住在乡村,另一只住在城里。很多年以后,乡下老鼠碰到城里老鼠,它说:“你必须要来我乡下的家看看。”于是,城里老鼠就去了。乡下老鼠领着它到了一块田地上它自我的家里。它把所有最精美食物都找出来给城里老鼠。城里老鼠说:“这东西不好吃,你的家也不好,你为什么住在田野的地洞里呢?你就应搬到城里去住,你能住上用石头造的漂亮房子,还会吃上美味佳肴,你就应到我城里的家看看。”

  乡下老鼠就到城里老鼠的家去。房子十分漂亮,好吃的东西也为他们摆好了。但是正当他们要开始吃的时候,听见很大的一阵响声,城里的老鼠叫喊起来:“快跑!快跑!猫来了!”他们飞快地跑开躲藏起来。

  过了一会儿,他们出来了。当他们出来时,乡下老鼠说:“我不喜欢住在城里,我喜欢住在田野我的洞里。因为这样虽然贫穷但是快乐自在,比起虽然富有却要过着提心吊胆的生活来说,要好些。”

  英文哲理故事(三):

  粪堆里的小鸟

  A little bird fly to south for the winter。 It was very cold, almost frozen bird。 Hence, fly to a large space, after a cow there, in a pile of cow dung upon the bird, frozen bird lying on the dunghill, feel very warm, gradually recovered, it is warm and fortable lying, and soon began to sing songs, a passing wildcat hear voices, see, follow the voice, wildcats quickly found lying on the dunghill, bird, pull it out。 The way of existence: not everyone to lead the dung upon your people are your enemy。 Each of you is not from the dunghill lire people are your friends, and, when you lying on the dunghill, had better keep your mouth shut。

  粪堆里的小鸟 一只小鸟飞到南方去过冬。天很冷,小鸟几乎冻僵了。于是,飞到一大块空地上,一头牛经过那儿,拉了一堆牛粪在小鸟的身上,冻僵的小鸟躺在粪堆里,觉得很温暖,渐渐苏醒过来,它温暖而舒服的躺着,不久唱起歌来,一只飘过的野猫听到声音,走过去看个究竟,循着声音,野猫很快发现了躺在粪堆里的小鸟,把它拽出来吃掉了。 生存之道:不是每个往你身上拉大粪的人都是你的敌人。也不是每个把你从粪堆里拉出来的人都是你的朋友,还有,当你躺在粪堆里时,最好把你的嘴闭上。

  英文哲理故事(四):

  聪明的乌龟

  A tiger is hungry, he is looking for food。 He sees a frog in front of him。

  “Haha! A frog! My dinner!” so he rushes at the frog。

  Behind the tiger, there is a tortoise。 The little tortoise sees it; he bites the tiger’s tail。

  “Ouch!” cries the tiger and he looks back。 The frog hears the voice and jumps into water。

  “Thank you, little tortoise。” says the frog。

  But the tiger is very angry。 “Bother it! I’ll throw you to the sky!”

  “Thank you, I like flying in the sky,” says the tortoise。

  The tiger stops, “I will throw you into the river。”

  “Oh, no! I can’t swim; I will die if you throw me into the water。” The tiger threw the tortoise into the water quickly。

  “Thank you, Mr。 Tiger。 Bye-bye。” The tortoise and the frog swim away together。

  一只老虎很饥饿,他正在寻找食物。他看到一只青蛙在他前面。

  “哈哈!一只青蛙,我有晚餐啦!”于是,他扑向青蛙。

  在老虎的后边,有一只乌龟。小乌龟看见了,他猛咬一下啊老虎的尾巴。

  “哎呦!”老虎疼得叫起来并回头看看。此时青蛙听见了老虎的声音,他迅速跳进水里。

  “多谢你,小乌龟。”青蛙说。

  大事老虎十分愤怒:“厌恶!我要把你扔到天上去。”

  “多谢你,我喜欢在天空飞翔。”乌龟说。

  老虎停下来:“那我就把你扔到到水里。”

  “哦,不!我不会游泳,如果你把我扔井水里我会死的。”老虎很快就把乌龟仍进水了。

  “多谢你,老虎先生,再见!”乌龟和青蛙一齐游走了。

  英文哲理故事(五):

  This crab is really special

  与众不一样的螃蟹

  A male crab met a female crab and asked her to marry him。

  She noticed that he was walking straight instead of sideways。 Wow, she thought, this crab is really special。 I can’t let him get away。 So they got married immediately。

  The next day she noticed her new husband walking sideways like all the other crabs, and got upset。 "What happened?" she asked。 "You used to walk straight before we were married。"

  "Oh, honey," he replied, "I can't drink that much every day。"

  一只雄蟹遇到了一只雌蟹,便向她求婚。

  雌蟹发现他是直着走路,而不是横着走。她心想,这只雄蟹真是与众不一样,我可不能让他跑了。于是他们很快就结婚了。

  第二天,雌蟹发现她的新郎走起路来和普通螃蟹一样。她便疑惑重重。“你怎样了?”她问,“我们结婚之前你但是直着走路的。”

  “哦,宝贝,”他回答说,“我不可能每一天都喝那么多啊。”

  英文哲理故事(六):

  Who Pours Ink on My Chair?

  Donny is a seven year old boy。 He goes to school every day。 The school is near his home。

  So he goes there on foot and es back home on time。 But today, he is late。

  His mother asks him, “Why do you go to the headmaster’s office?”

  Because the teacher asks us a question in class and nobody can answer it, but I can。”

  “It’s good to answer the teacher’s question。” “But the question is ‘Who pours ink on my chair?’”

  谁把墨水倒在我椅子了?

  唐尼是个7岁孩子,每一天他都上学。学校在他的家附近。

  因为,他不行去上学并按时回家。但是这天他回来迟了。

  他的母亲问他:“你为什么去校长的办公室?”

  “ 因为老师在上课时老师问我们一个问题,没有人能回答他,而我能。”

  “ 回答老师的问题是好事。”

  “ 但那个问题 ‘谁把墨水倒在我的椅子上了?’”

  英文哲理故事(七):

  All Slopes are Easy toGo

  He was a professor。 At the age of 90, hestill work eight hours everyday regardless the season and weather。

  His secretary said: “He is extremely old,but he forced himself walk from his living place to office through two blocks。It would take him an hour, but he insisted to because it makes him get a senseof success。 ”

  The other day, an university student stepout from his office with a pile of books。 He plained emotionally: “He isalways this man。 He may answer me just with ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to my question。However, he always gave me dozens of books and suggests me to find the answer。”

  Later, he knew what this studentplained。 He told with smile: “This is the method I have learnt, a hard andtroublesome way。 If that kid could make full use of those books, he might knowhis question and maybe a good lawyer in the future。”

  This 90-year-old man was 庞德, who was the president of law college in HawardUniversity。

  Once a philosophist said: “You should dosome thing that you don not want to every one or two days。”

  This is the foundation of life progress。

  Just like another phlosophist said: “allslopes are easy to go。 ”

  翻译:容易走的都是下坡路

  他在一所大学做教授,90岁的时候,荏苒每一天坚持工作8小时,不论春秋冬夏,也不论风霜雨雪。

  他的秘书说:“他很衰弱,但是每一天逼着自我从住的地方走过两个街口到办公室来,这段路要走一个小时,他却必须要走,因为这使他自觉有成就感。”

  有一天,有个大学生从他办公室里出来,捧着一大堆书,一脸不高兴的抱怨:“总是这一套。我问一个和简单的问题,他能够用一个’是’或’否’回答,却给我十几本书,说能够在这些书里找到我所要的答案。”

  他之后明白了这个学生的抱怨,微笑着说:“这就是我学到的读书方法,艰难费事的方法。那孩子如能好好的钻研这些书,就能够了解这个问题,将来也许能成为一个好律师。”

  这个90岁的老人就是曾任美国哈佛大学法学院院长的庞德。

  有一位哲学家说:“你就应每一两天做一些你不想做的事。”

  这是人生进步的基础。

  正如另一位哲人所说“容易走的都是下坡路。”

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