6.英语成语故事 要短一点的 四年级水平 不许抄别人的 包括百度里的



       Peaches and Plums Do Not Have to Talk, Yet the World Beats a Path to Them--Natural Attraction(桃李不言,下自成蹊)

        Duing the Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- A.D.24)Period, there was a very famous general whose name was Li Guang. He was very brave and skillful in battle, and had fought more than seventy battles with the Huns, an ancient nationality in China.Having made brilliant achievements in war, he was deeply loved and esteemed by the officers and men as well as the common people. However,he did not claim credit for himself and become arrogant,although he held a high post,commanding a big army,and had rendered outstanding service in defending the county. He was not only polite and amiable, but also shared weal and woe with the soldiers. He always had the troops under his commandat heart,and whenever gifts were bestowed to him by the imperial ,he distributed the gifts to his officers and men. When marching, he endured the torments of hunger and thirst as the soldiers did when food and water were in short supply. When fighting, he charged at the head of his men,and ,when he gave the order,every soldier advanced bravely to engage in fighting,not fearing death.

        When the sad news of the heath of General Li Guang reached the militaty camp,the officers and men of the whole army wept bitterly.







       A farmer in the state of Song once got a piece of stone with jade in it.


       He presented this stone to Prime Minister Zi Han. But Zi Han refused to accept it. xiaogushi8 The farmer explained, “It looks like just a stone, but there is jade inside. It actually is a piece of treasure and suitable for honorable men like you, not for us mon people.”


       “I know there is jade inside,” Zi Han said,” but I disagree with you. xiaogushi8 I think to have the virtue of declining things that do not belong to oneself is the real treasure. ”



       A famous doctor, Bian Que, after seeing Duke Huan of the state of Cai, told him that his illness had intruded into his skin and he needed to be treated immediately.


       But the Duke felt he was in good health and thought that Bian Que just wanted to take credit, so he ignored him.


       Ten days later, Bian Que advised the Duke to take treatments when the illness was only ion the flesh, but the Duke still had not said anything.


       Another then days had passed before Bian Que told the Duke that his illness had moved to his intestines and stomach. xiaogushi8 But the king still did not believe hi, Another ten days later, when Bian Que saw the Duke, he said nothing and turned around and left.


       Duke Huan sent people to ask for the reason, and Bian Que answered that when the illness was in skin, flesh, intestines and stomach, it could be cured through sticking medicines, fumigating and washing, acupuncture, or taking medicines that can eliminate internal heat, etc. Now the illness was in the bones, it could not be cured any more.


       Five days later, Duke Huan ached all over the body. But at this time, xiaogushi8 Bian Que had already fled to the state of Qin. Before long, the Duke died of his incurable illness.



       Zeng Zi saw Zi Xia and asked him, “Why have you gained weight?”


       Zi Xia said, “I had a victory, that is why I have gained weight.”


       “What victory do you refer to?” Zi Xia said, “When I immerged myself in reading books, xiaogushi8 I revered the principles of the emperors and sages of the past. When I went out, I admired the life of nabodi *** . There was a fight between the two in my mind, and they came out even. So I got emaciated. Now that the principles of the emperors and sages of the past have won victory, my mind has bee more and more peaceful. So I have gained weight.”









        如果觉得学英语觉得枯燥的话,可以加点乐趣的元素进去。我在此献上 英语 故事 ,希望对你有所帮助。

成语 寓言故事 :Losing One's Head忘乎所以

        The gorillas in the valleys in the south often lived together in groups of several tens. They were fond of drinking wine, and even fonder of imitating man's behavior.


        People knew very well their habits and often put wine or distiller's grains on the roadside together with many straw sandals connected together with ropes.


        The gorillas knew this was a trick to lure them into traps and cursed:


        "Humph! Do you think we don't know your tricks? We'll never be taken in!"


        So they called one another, turned round and left.


        But they had already smelled the aroma of the wine, and couldn't bear to part with it. Even after they left, they would turn their heads to look back. When they saw no one there, they would turn back; and after they turned back, they were afraid of being deceived, and left again. After much hesitation, they finally said to themselves:


        "Just for a taste of the wine. It won't matter as long as we don't get drunk."


        Shortly afterwards, they agreed to come back to drink the wine. When they got drunk, they forgot everything. Every gorilla put on the straw sandals and imitated the way man walks.


        As a result, they fell down one after another and were all caught alive by people.


成语寓言故事:A Half Day's Leisure半日清闲

        One day, a high official wanted to amuse himself in a temple.


        His subordinates notified the monks in the temple three days in advance to prepare a good meal on time. So all the monks in the temple busied themselves with the preparation.


        The temple was situated in a remote mountain, surrounded by bamboo groves, and very tranquil. After the high official had strolled about for a while, he was very pleased. While dining, he recited lines from a poem of the Tang Dynasty:


        "Passing through the bamboo courtyard and meeting a monk,A half day's leisure is gained in this fleeting life."


        When the old monk heard these lines of the poem, he couldn't help laughing.


        The high official asked hastily:


        "What are you laughing about?"


        The old monk replied:


        "Your Honour have indeed gained a half day's leisure, but I have been busy for three whole days."


成语寓言故事:The Kingfisher Moves Its Nest翠鸟迁巢

        In order to avoid calamities, at first the kingfisher always selects a high place to build its nest.


        But when the young birds are hatched, it will move to a place a little lower to build its nest. This is because the kingfisher is particularly fond of its offspring and is afraid they而ght fall down from a high place.


        When the young birds grow beautiful feathers, the kingfisher will become even fonder of them and more protective, so it will move its nest further downward, with the result that the young birds are easily taken away by people.




       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.



        Southern Dynasties of Jiang Yan, word Wen-tung, when he was young, became a Dingdingyouming writer, his poems and articles at the time received high acclaims. However, when he is getting older, he has not previously written an article good, but a lot of setbacks. His poems written in prosaic; and pick up a pen-yin grip for a long time, still can not write a word, the occasional inspiration came; poem written, but the textual Kuse, content, plain were completely useless. So some people to legend, once a boat parked in Chan Jiang Yan-Ling Monastery river and dream of a self-named Zhang Jingyang person; to his followers repay a silk, he would arrest a few feet from her, he is also silk. Thus, his article there will be no wonderful. It was also legend; once the rule of Jiang Yan in the booth sleeping too; dreamed that a person claiming to Guo Pu, walked over to his side, his claim to the pen, said to him: "Man Michie, I have a pen in your place has been a long time, and now should be able to give it to me the bar! "Jiang Yan heard, they dig out from his arms, he is also a five-color pen. Reportedly Since then, Jiang Yan on Evans exhausted and could not write the article in any good.

       Jiang Yan's talent has not really run out, but he was an officer after the one hand, as the Chief busy, on the other hand also because of career proud of, without their own write, to sweat, they did not write the. Over time, the article will bring out less, lacking in talent. (Excerpt from "Practical Writing" 1995 No. 8 "I hope," Jiang "was not exactly")

        南朝的江淹,字文通,他年轻的时候,就成为一个鼎鼎有名的文学家,他的诗和文章在当时获得极高的评价。 可是,当他年纪渐渐大了以后,他的文章不但没有以前写得好了,而且退步不少。他的诗写出来平淡无奇;而且提笔吟握好久,依旧写不出一个字来,偶尔灵感来了;诗写出来了,但文句枯涩,内容 平淡得一无可取。于是就有人传说,有一次江淹乘船停在禅灵寺的河边,梦见一 个自称叫张景阳的人;向他讨还一匹绸缎,他就从怀中拘出几尺绸缎还他。因此,他的文章以后便不精彩了。又有人传说;有一次江淹在冶亭中睡午觉;梦见一个自称郭璞 的人,走到他的身边,向他索笔,对他说:“文通兄,我有一支笔在你那儿已经很久了,现在应该可以还给我了吧!” 江淹听了,就顺手从怀里取出一支五色笔来还他。据说从此以后,江淹就文思枯竭,再也写不出什么好的文章了。


英语成语故事 要短一点的 四年级水平 不许抄别人的 包括百度里的


       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.


       螳螂捕蝉,惊弓之鸟,毛遂自荐,东施效颦,亡羊补牢,掩耳盗铃,画蛇添足,后来居上,南辕北辙,唇亡齿寒,三顾茅庐,黔驴技穷,揠苗助长,滥竽充数,叶公好龙,画龙点睛,画蛇添足,买椟还珠,狐假虎威,走马观花,过河拆桥,愚公移山,害群之马,负荆请罪画蛇添足 掩耳盗铃 亡羊补牢 买椟还珠 守株待兔


       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.



       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."



       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