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  • 少儿英语培训
    一岁
    课程目标:

    熟悉该语言并开始使用该语言与有关其日常需求的主题进行交流。

    时长:

    45分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    在整个课程中,有5个孩子,每个孩子都由一位成人陪同。

    少儿英语
    二岁
    课程目标:

    在理解和生产方面都使用与熟悉情况相关的语言进行交流。还要遵循基本的说明并开始将单词组合在一起以形成句子和结构。

    时长:

    45分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    在课程的前几周,有5名儿童,每名儿童都由一位成人陪同。

    父母的重要性:

    在第一堂课中,他们的存在是关键,因此孩子们可以在情感上与角色保持联系。当他们停止上课时,应确保孩子每天在家听CD,并且可以选择执行我们提供的补充活动。

    少儿英语

    三岁
    课程目标:

    对整个课程中使用的故事有一般的了解,并使用简单的结构与同学和老师进行交流。

    时长:

    60分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    8

    开始“长大”:

    尽管我们在班上继续使用毛绒玩具和许多歌曲,但这并不意味着该课程是幼稚的。我们要求学生开始使用完整的结构而不是仅仅使用单个单词,从而提高他们对语言的期望。

    少儿英语

    四岁
    课程目标:

    了解课程中使用的故事。还可以使用简单的结构和谈论日常琐事所需的简短短语与同学和老师进行交流。

    时长:

    60分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    8

    充分利用他们的热情:

    整个课程中的活动显然唤起了这个年龄段学生的传染性,这是老师鼓励的一种热情。由于游戏,舞蹈和故事,它们将继续内化语言的不同元素。

    少儿英语

    五岁
    课程目标:

    为了巩固他们到目前为止所学的一切,并继续研究熟悉的结构。在这门课程中,学生会自发地开始造句。

    时长:

    60分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    8

    在家听CD的重要性:

    该课程包括四个不同的部分,每个部分基于不同的故事。学生每天在家听故事,在那里他们还听取了关键的结构,这些结构通过游戏,歌曲和各种其他活动被置于课堂上。 

    少儿英语

    六岁
    课程目标:

    巩固前几年获得的知识,并将其扩展以构建越来越复杂的句子。这门课程是Kids&Us方法的一个转折点,因为我们使用的语言习语非常丰富,孩子们的语言水平有了重要的飞跃。

    时长:

    60分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    8

    充分利用自己的精力:

    这个年龄段的能量通过许多简短而多样的活动进行传播:歌曲,故事,纸牌游戏,动作,哑剧,贴纸等。在所有这些活动中,我们为学生创造了使用语言和尽可能多地交流的机会。

    少儿英语

    七岁
    课程目标:

    充分利用他们在以前的课程中获得的所有语言技能。在本课程中,学生用复杂且越来越自发的短语谈论自己和周围环境。

    时长:

    60分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    8

    语言使用方面的更多灵活性:

    随着学生记住更多的词汇并能够应用更多的结构,他们开始更加自主地创建句子。 

    少儿英语

    八岁
    课程目标:

    开始阅读和写作,以达到英语的全球交流技巧。

    时长:

    90分钟,每周一次

    每班学生人数:

    8

    边听边读和写:

    尽管是学生用英语阅读和写作的第一年,但我们并不是从基础知识入手,而是继续提高他们的语言能力。所不同的是,现在我们除了口头互动之外,还将书面练习纳入课堂。

     

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • 少儿英语游戏1-命名游戏

    命名游戏是开始上课的一种非常好的方法,在年初时它们特别有用,可以帮助您记住所有新学生的名字!绕圈走,让孩子们说出他们的名字和他们最喜欢的东西之一。当下一个孩子介绍自己时,他们必须首先介绍在他们之前走过的孩子,依此类推,直到最后一个孩子记住组中每个人的名字和喜欢的事物为止!通过规定他们喜欢的东西必须以与名字相同的字母开头,可以使年纪较大的学生变得更加困难。

    少儿英语游戏2-Charades

    我发现这是一个所有年龄段的孩子都喜欢的游戏!我已经用一个装满切出的单词的信封或一组图片抽认卡供年轻的学生玩。偷偷地给学生看一个单词或单词,然后让他们默默地表现出来,而其他孩子用英语喊出他们认为秘密单词的意思。孩子们在这方面超级有竞争力,而哑剧可能很有趣!Charades还可以适应学习几乎所有的词汇-动物,运动,爱好,情感-因此它无穷无尽!

    少儿英语游戏3-虚构的

    与娱乐场所类似,但是您要画出秘密的单词而不是将其付诸实践。我发现,孩子们喜欢被赋予使用标记笔和白板的机会,并炫耀他们的艺术技能。

    少儿英语游戏4-如果您……站起来

    该游戏在较大的人群中效果最好,您需要有一个开放的空间可以玩。让所有孩子站在中间,围成一个大圆圈。然后,您应该喊出一个句子,例如“如果您穿着短裤要站起来”,并且每个穿着短裤的人都必须在圈子中互相切换位置,才能尝试偷走他们的位置之一。留在中间的孩子然后可以说出下一个问题。这款游戏可以轻松地适应课堂学习的词汇,例如外表,衣服,喜欢/不喜欢,家庭成员,假期–太神奇了!

    少儿英语游戏5-猜抽认卡

    这款游戏非常简单,但非常有效。当您手里拿着一组隐藏的抽认卡时,每次学生慢慢猜出它们是什么时,就慢慢地将它们露出来。猜对了的孩子会保留抽认卡,这是他们绝对喜欢的东西,而最后抽认卡最多的孩子是赢家!

    少儿英语游戏6-大满贯

    这是另一种最适合小团体的抽认卡游戏。将所有的抽认卡放在地板上,让孩子们围在他们周围。然后喊出抽认卡的名称,然后让孩子们用双手“砰”一下正确的卡。手在桩底(因此是最快)的孩子获胜!让他们把手放在他们的头上,直到您喊出一个字,这样他们才不会将鼠标悬停在图片上!

    少儿英语游戏7-记忆

    对于此游戏,您需要具有两组匹配的抽认卡或一组图片和相应的单词。只需将所有卡面朝下放在地板上,然后让孩子们轮流挑选两张卡,直到它们配对为止。孩子们喜欢这个游戏,我发现它甚至可以吸引最容易分心的学生。同样,它可以适应教很多不同的词汇–本周,我使用此游戏教万圣节单词,效果非常好!

    少儿英语游戏8-宾果

    要播放此音乐,您需要一个Bingo网格,其中包含图片,单词或所需的词汇表(可以在互联网上免费打印很多东西),也可以自己制作!给每个孩子一个网格,以便在您说出单词时加以标记-赢得比赛或完成其网格的第一个是赢家。确保检查获胜者的网格以确保他们正确匹配单词!通过为孩子们提供正确图片的线索,而不是单词本身,可能会变得更加困难。

    9. 20个问题

    这个游戏很棒,它允许学生练习用英语形成问题以及修改他们的目标词汇。让一个学生想到一个秘密单词,而其他学生轮流使用它提出问题并猜测他们在想什么。您可以给他们特定主题的词汇,也可以让他们发挥他们的想象力!

    10.找到颜色

    该游戏是一种教授色彩的绝妙方法,在年轻学生中非常受欢迎。规则很简单,将所有学生聚集在一起,然后喊出“发现……”。然后,孩子们必须在教室里跑来跑去,摸摸相同颜色的东西。这是让孩子们动起来,活跃和参与的好方法。另外,当他们在您身上找到颜色时,这可能会很有趣!

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • 12种资源来支持孩子在家进行少儿英语学习
    动起来!

    当您长时间在室内时,进行一些运动并保持运动很重要。记住要小心,不要过分用力。这是三个有趣的英语网站,为儿童提供锻炼点子。

    1. PE与Joe 

    乔·威克斯(Joe Wicks)是英国的私人教练,格林尼治标准时间每天上午9点,他为世界各地的儿童提供30分钟的实时锻炼。这是让您心跳加速的好方法,全家人都可以参与。

    2.书呆子锻炼

    用一个经常重复的单词选择一个故事。每当出现这个单词时,您的孩子就必须做一些事情,例如跳跃或触摸脚趾。这样可以提高孩子的听力能力。您还可以让所有家庭参与其中,并轮流阅读。

    3.瑜伽

    结合了故事和瑜伽。 

    1.图纸

    在使用JJK进行每天绘画页面上,您可以找到20分钟的剧集来更好地进行绘画。他每天(太平洋时间)上午11点录制现场情节,并讲授绘画动画片的不同方面,例如比例和气泡。

    2.烹饪

    在BBC好食物网站上有很多伟大的食谱,让您的孩子在厨房,在未来几周内(与成年监督)。尝试彩虹披萨等美味佳肴或素食泰国绿咖喱等美味晚餐。

    3.音乐

    一直想弹钢琴,却从未有过学习的机会吗?现在是绝佳的机会。孩子们可以在虚拟钢琴上在线玩耍,并在YouTube上观看Smart Kids Piano的有用教程。

    阅读!

    无论您是否有时间从图书馆取书,还是有很多在线儿童图书资源。

    1.分级读者

     

    如果您还没有看过我们的分级阅读器系列,那么值得一试!拥有480多种标题供您选择,每个家庭成员一定会有一些东西。在一起阅读是打发时间的绝妙方式,并且有许多全家人都会喜欢的故事,例如《狮子王》或《海底两万个同盟》

    2.有声

    在学校关闭期间,可以免费收听Audible精选的儿童有声读物故事。有很多精彩的故事来自作家,例如AA Milne(小熊维尼),Winter Morgan(追求钻石之剑-Minecraft游戏玩家的冒险)和Ransom Riggs(Peregrine小姐的特殊儿童)。

    3.故事提示

    或者,为什么不让您的孩子写自己的故事呢?ThinkWritten列出了300个故事创意,以帮助他们入门。然后,他们可以分享他们的故事:您可以拍照或扫描照片,然后将其发送给他们的朋友。

    开始创作!

    做手工艺品是让您的孩子在家里时保持愉悦的好方法,您可以一起做很多有趣的项目。这些站点均以英语提供说明,并提供大量视觉支持以帮助您的孩子。

    1.卫生纸工艺品

    如果您在家中的厕纸上有任何硬纸管,那么有成百上千种奇妙的手工艺品使您的孩子忙碌。您可以使用Red Ted Art上很棒的创意制作木偶,礼品盒,保龄球套装等等。

    2.纸工艺品

    您的孩子可以用一张简单的纸做很多不可思议的事情。在Fluentu的这篇博文中,找到有关迷你书和弹出式卡的想法;或按照折纸方式的简单说明制作折纸Yoda或Pikachu 。

    3.派对游戏

    有很多在线教程可以制作全家人可以一起玩的游戏,例如扔一个豆袋-本教程甚至给出了制作豆袋的说明。还是使用这款便捷的教程制作一款Twister游戏?

    2.书呆子锻炼

    我们喜欢“今日的父母”这个想法。用一个经常重复的单词选择一个故事。每当出现这个单词时,您的孩子就必须做一些事情,例如跳跃或触摸脚趾。这样可以提高孩子的听力能力。您还可以让所有家庭参与其中,并轮流阅读。关于在帖子中进一步找到故事书的地方有一些想法。

    3.瑜伽

    如果您想找点放松的地方,请查看Cosmic Kids Yoga。他们为家庭中最年轻的成员提供了一些精彩的视频,结合了故事和瑜伽。 

    学习吧!

    现在,这是一个很好的机会,可以从事一项新的爱好或在已经做过的事情上变得更好。这是三个绝佳的网站,孩子们可以在这里通过英语在家中提高技能。

    1.图纸

    在使用JJK进行每天绘画页面上,您可以找到20分钟的剧集来更好地进行绘画。他每天(太平洋时间)上午11点录制现场情节,并讲授绘画动画片的不同方面,例如比例和气泡。

    2.烹饪

    在BBC好食物网站上有很多伟大的食谱,让您的孩子在厨房,在未来几周内(与成年监督)。尝试彩虹披萨等美味佳肴或素食泰国绿咖喱等美味晚餐。

    3.音乐

    一直想弹钢琴,却从未有过学习的机会吗?现在是绝佳的机会。孩子们可以在虚拟钢琴上在线玩耍,并在YouTube上观看Smart Kids Piano的有用教程。

    阅读!

    无论您是否有时间从图书馆取书,还是有很多在线儿童图书资源。

    1.分级读者

     

    如果您还没有看过我们的分级阅读器系列,那么值得一试!拥有480多种标题供您选择,每个家庭成员一定会有一些东西。在一起阅读是打发时间的绝妙方式,并且有许多全家人都会喜欢的故事,例如《狮子王》或《海底两万个同盟》

    2.有声

    在学校关闭期间,可以免费收听Audible精选的儿童有声读物故事。有很多精彩的故事来自作家,例如AA Milne(小熊维尼),Winter Morgan(追求钻石之剑-Minecraft游戏玩家的冒险)和Ransom Riggs(Peregrine小姐的特殊儿童)。

    3.故事提示

    或者,为什么不让您的孩子写自己的故事呢?ThinkWritten列出了300个故事创意,以帮助他们入门。然后,他们可以分享他们的故事:您可以拍照或扫描照片,然后将其发送给他们的朋友。

    开始创作!

    做手工艺品是让您的孩子在家里时保持愉悦的好方法,您可以一起做很多有趣的项目。这些站点均以英语提供说明,并提供大量视觉支持以帮助您的孩子。

    1.卫生纸工艺品

    如果您在家中的厕纸上有任何硬纸管,那么有成百上千种奇妙的手工艺品使您的孩子忙碌。您可以使用Red Ted Art上很棒的创意制作木偶,礼品盒,保龄球套装等等。

    2.纸工艺品

    您的孩子可以用一张简单的纸做很多不可思议的事情。在Fluentu的这篇博文中,找到有关迷你书和弹出式卡的想法;或按照折纸方式的简单说明制作折纸Yoda或Pikachu 。

    3.派对游戏

    有很多在线教程可以制作全家人可以一起玩的游戏,例如扔一个豆袋-本教程甚至给出了制作豆袋的说明。还是使用这款便捷的教程制作一款Twister游戏?

    对于少儿英语学习这些都是一些很不错的资源哦

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • 少儿英语-教孩子们可能会有些困难,因为他们无法学习传统方式,即您不能让他们坐在一个地方并从教科书中学习语法规则。这对于他们来说太无聊了,他们可能会害怕我们不想要的语言。因此,应该以独特,互动和有趣的方式来教他们,例如

    1. 制定例程:最好的学习方法是每天练习,因此最好为孩子制定例程。固定一个特定的时间并坚持下去。对于很小的孩子来说,大约十五到二十分钟的短暂训练就足够了,因为他们的注意力跨度很短。
      还请记住,定期的定期会议比不定期的长期会议要好。使会议变得有趣,以保持孩子的参与度。
    2. 玩游戏:孩子们在玩耍时会学得更好。因此,让他们参与游戏是教他们英语的最好方法。制作抽认卡,玩诸如Pictionary或Scrabble之类的游戏,并用填字游戏练习英语。
    3. 参与角色扮演:角色扮演是指表演或表演角色的一部分。用您的孩子喜欢的卡通人物或超级英雄来制作一个故事,并付诸实践。说出对话,让孩子参与故事情节,练习说英语。
    4. 显示图画书:孩子们喜欢鲜艳的图画书。使用这些来教他们字母,动物,水果,蔬菜等的名称。首先指向图片并告诉他们图片是什么,然后问他们图片在哪里,最后让他们自己命名。例如,指向狗的图片,然后先告诉他们“这是狗”。他们开始识别狗后,问他们“狗在哪里?” 让他们告诉你。最后,让他们查看各种图片并为它们自己命名对象。
    5. 使用歌曲或押韵:今天,互联网上有几首视频歌曲和押韵。其中大多数使用可证明歌曲/押韵含义的动作。这样的视频在教孩子英语时非常有用,因为他们可以学习动作,即使他们无法重复播放歌曲或押韵,也可以帮助他们理解含义。
    6. 使用故事:向孩子们读短篇小说是一种有效的英语教学方法。它可以帮助孩子学习语言,并发展听力和阅读技能。
      相关:漫画可以帮助您学习英语!
    7. 使用日常情况:描述日常情况和例行活动可以使语言学习更加轻松。这可以帮助孩子成为流利的讲者,因为他们可以通过口语练习轻松地谈论任何给定的话题。因此,始终鼓励您的孩子用英语与您交谈,并从一开始就将他们介绍给周围的对象。您可以通过以下方式做到这一点:
      –谈论他们正在做的活动。假设您的孩子正在穿衣服,与他们讨论他们的衣服,请他们描述他们的穿着方式,衣服的颜色等等。
      –讨论房屋周围的家具,厨房用具,电器等的类型,以提高词汇量。用简短的句子告诉他们每种语言的功能,以便他们记住它们。    ---少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • 教孩子英语有很多好处:(少儿英语

  • 1.使其身临其境

    一旦处于完全支持他们学习过程的环境中,孩子们就会迅速掌握事物。让气氛富有成效,以便他们开始从任何地方掌握语言的细微差别。这些可能来自您自己之间的对话或电话交谈,观看口头表达专业英语的媒体等等。-少儿英语

    2.英语教学可以变得音乐化

    大多数父母立即采用教科书的方法来教英语。对于小孩来说,这可能会很快变得无聊。相反,您可以开始使用包含英语歌词的歌曲,诗歌甚至实际音乐。这些甚至可能是流行歌曲的简单押韵。通过听单词和对话的节奏,孩子们可以更加了解语言的发音和含义,然后开始学习这些更详细的细节。-少儿英语

    3.在家用英语交谈

    小孩子将无法立即用英语开始造句或构造他们的思想。因此,有必要让他们学会用英语交流他们已经可以做到的事情。与他们讨论日常活动以及您通常用英语交谈的事情。从问他们是否刷牙到教他们如何在想问你问题时如何表达问题。例如,如果他们要牛奶,而不要用您的母语说“我要牛奶”,则鼓励他们提出适当的要求,例如“我想要冰箱里的牛奶”。-少儿英语

     

    4.通过将英语变成游戏来使英语变得有趣

    读书或讲英语不是唯一的学习语言的方法。进行有趣的游戏和各种活动来诉诸于理解语言的含义,可以帮助孩子更深入地理解语言。像Pictionary这样的游戏可以帮助他们在图片中表达他们的想法,同时尝试如何将图片最好地翻译成英语单词。哑剧表演者着重于表情,手势和肢体语言,使他们更擅长通过非语言线索表达他们想说的话。man子手将帮助他们了解如何消除多余的字母,并以一种有趣的方式了解单词和发音的形成。

    5.讲故事时学习很有趣

    孩子们具有极其生动的视觉想象力。在教授英语的同时利用它们的优势是使他们学习的好方法。使用插图的故事书可帮助他们理解单词如何帮助可视化环境,角色和设置。告诉他们故事,并使用不同的词来帮助他们理解故事如何改变他们的看法。例如,帮助他们可视化河流与溪流,小河或溪流的区别。使用视觉和声音可以帮助他们更好地表达自己的想法。-少儿英语

    6.通过重复可以使语法变得容易

    给孩子们教语法是一项艰巨的任务。通常在孩子进入学校某个年级后,才向孩子讲英语语法。规则和句子结构格式的数量很容易让人难以置信。将它们介绍给语法世界的最佳方法是在一般对话中继续使用正确的语法。当他们使用错误的语法时,让他们听正确的语法的句子,并让他们理解哪个听起来更好,哪些是正确的。通过在日常使用中进行足够的重复,孩子们可以开始掌握正确的句子构造方法。-少儿英语

    7.将喜欢的游戏与英语掘金混合

    并非所有的孩子都会以自己希望的方式学习英语。因此,最好将语言集成到他们已经喜欢的活动中。如果您的孩子喜欢玩积木,则可以通过在积木积木上书写问题来调整游戏,并且孩子必须在回合进行之前回答问题。如果他们喜欢拼图和谜语,则可以使用带有空白,英语短语和诗词的单线来提示,他们需要回忆并完成才能获得下一个提示。-少儿英语

     

    8.创意表达是衡量进步的最佳方法

    为了确保英语学习是一个连续的过程,了解孩子的立场以及是否可以提高学习水平非常重要。选择一个日期和时间,让您的孩子提出自己的故事或一首诗,或者谈论一周中发生的有趣的事情。即使有多个语法和拼写错误,也要帮助他们写下来。让他们逐步表达它,然后逐步纠正它们。-少儿英语

    9.学习语言也可能是一种体育锻炼

    每个人都非常了解“ Simon Says”游戏。它不仅测试语言,还测试您处理指令的速度。请您的孩子让他们的朋友聚在一起,并在西蒙·西斯(Simon Says)的一个晚上招待他们。宣布为赢得本轮比赛的孩子的小额奖金。-少儿英语

    10.没有什么比看精彩的电影更能学英语了

    学习应该总是很有趣。孩子们可以迅速陷入无聊的区域并找到其他东西来保持注意力。向他们展示适当的英语电影,让他们体验对话和故事情节。以后,请他们扮演某些角色或用自己的英语单词讲故事。

    早教任何东西都有其自身的优势。如果以正确的方式授课,英语很容易掌握。保持事物的多样性和趣味性是解决问题的一种方法。使英语会话成为家庭中的自然习惯。分配一天中特定的时间,每个人只会说英语。您的孩子将慢慢而稳定地开始学习这种语言的知识,并开始体验和表达自己的想法。-少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

     

  • 少儿英语——Milly and the Rainbow

    Milly sat under the apple tree and watched the rain clouds sweep over the hills. What a wet day!

    She ate an apple and waited for the rain to stop. Soon it did. The sky turned blue again, and the Sun shone, warm and golden.

    Then she saw the rainbow. It began as an explosion of light, high in the clouds. The sky filled with dazzling colours: blue, orange, green and purple. Then both ends of the rainbow began to fall to Earth...

    The rainbow landed in the garden.

    ‘Wow!’ Milly went closer and touched the rainbow. She felt nothing, just air. But the colours moved beneath her fingers.

    When she looked up, the rainbow seemed to be stretching on and on into space.

    'What would happen if I stepped inside it?' she wondered. There was only one way to find out...

    She stepped inside.

    It was beautiful! And very quiet. Milly couldn’t hear anything.

    She looked up. The rainbow seemed to go on forever...

    WHOOSH! Milly was sucked up by the rainbow. It was a tunnel of light. She whizzed along like a button up a vacuum cleaner. Wind whistled past her ears. She tumbled over and over but didn’t hurt herself: she was carried on a soft cushion of air. Up and up and up she went, so fast.

    But rainbows go up... and rainbows come down. Soon she was falling down the far side of the rainbow. She could see green below. Green grass, rushing up to meet her, faster and faster...

    BUMP! She landed hard, but nothing was broken.

    Milly stood up. She was on the other side of the valley, standing on a steep green hill. She could see her house, far away. It was like a tiny white box with a rainbow in the garden. Everything was calm and peaceful and very lovely...

    WHOOSH! Suddenly she was shooting back through the rainbow, faster than a firework. Red, blue, yellow ... stripes of light, flashing by.

    Up, up, up she went and down, down, down... BUMP. She landed back in her own garden.

    'Oww...!’ Milly groaned. ‘I am going to be so bruised tomorrow.'

    Then she had a thought...

    'GOLD! There is always gold at the end of a rainbow!'

    She dropped to her knees and started to dig. The earth flew out behind her, covering the grass with stones and soil.
    'Come on, come on! It must be here somewhere...'

    She went deeper and deeper. Then she saw something shiny, under her fingertips. She pulled it out.

    'Gold...'

    Milly stared at it, breathless with excitement. It was a golden coin, bigger than usual money and much heavier. She rubbed it clean. There were words written on it:

    Make a wish before the rainbow fades.

    'Oh wow!' she said. 'This is amazing! A wish!'

    Her head began to fill with ideas, everything she could wish for. But then she saw something. The rainbow was starting to fade. It was going thin at the edges.

    'No! I haven't made up my mind! Please - wait!'

    But the rainbow didn't wait. It was fading. Going away, and taking her wish with it.

    'No! I’ll make my wish soon. Just a moment, please!'

    But still the rainbow was fading. The golden coin was getting hot in her hand.

    'Ohh....! Choose... choose... Yes. YES! I have it!'

    Milly closed her eyes and made her wish and VOOMF! The rainbow disappeared, and so did the golden coin.

    Milly hardly dared to move. Had her wish come true?

    Maybe.

    She looked up. The sky was peacock blue. The Sun was golden, warm on her face. Such a beautiful day. Such a beautiful world.

    'Even if the wish doesn't come true, I am a very lucky girl,' she said. And she smiled.

    少儿英语:

    米莉坐在苹果树下,看着雨云扫过山丘。多么潮湿的一天!

    她吃了一个苹果,等着雨停下来。很快就做到了。天空又变成了蓝色,太阳照耀着,温暖而金黄。

    然后她看到了彩虹。它开始于高高的云层中的光爆炸。天空充满了耀眼的色彩:蓝色,橙色,绿色和紫色。然后彩虹的两端开始落到地球上。

    彩虹降落在花园里。

    '哇!' 米莉走近了,触摸了彩虹。她什么都没有,只有空气。但是颜色在她的手指下移动。

    当她抬起头时,彩虹似乎在不断延伸到太空中。

    “如果我走进去会发生什么?” 她想知道。只有一种方法可以找出...

    她走进了屋子。

    它过去挺美!而且很安静。米莉什么也听不见。

    她抬头。彩虹似乎永远持续下去。

    哇!米莉被彩虹吸住了。那是光明的隧道。她像吸尘器上的按钮一样wh动。风吹过她的耳朵。她一遍又一遍地翻滚,但没有伤到自己:她被柔软的空气垫着。她一路走来,走得很快。

    但是彩虹上升了……彩虹下降了。不久,她跌落在彩虹的另一边。她可以在下面看到绿色。绿草如茵,越来越快地迎接她。

    磕碰!她努力降落,但什么也没碎。

    米莉站了起来。她在山谷的另一边,站在陡峭的绿色山丘上。她可以看到很远的房子。就像是一个很小的白色盒子,花园里有彩虹。一切都很平静与和平,非常可爱。

    哇!突然,她穿过彩虹,比烟花快得多。红色,蓝色,黄色...条纹,闪烁。

    向上,向上,向上,她上下移动,向下,向下...爆炸。她回到自己的花园里。

    “哇...!” 米莉吟。明天我会伤痕累累。

    然后她有了一个想法。

    '金!彩虹的尽头总有金子!”

    她跪下,开始挖掘。大地飞到她身后,用石头和土壤覆盖草丛。
    '好啦好啦!它一定在这里某处...'

    她越来越深。然后她看到了指尖下闪闪发亮的东西。她把它拔了出来。

    '金...'

    Milly激动地凝视着它。这是一枚金币,比平常的钱还要大,而且重得多。她擦干净了。上面写着一些字:

    在彩虹消失之前许个愿。

    “哦,哇!” 她说。'这真太了不起了!一个心愿!'

    她的头开始充满了她所希望的想法。但是后来她看到了一些东西。彩虹开始褪色。它的边缘变薄了。

    '没有!我还没有决定!请耐心等待!'

    但是彩虹没有等待。它正在褪色。走开,带着她的愿望。

    '没有!我会尽快实现的。请稍等片刻!'

    但是,彩虹仍在逐渐消失。她手里的金币越来越热。

    '哦...!选择...选择...是。是!我有它!

    Milly闭上眼睛,向VOOMF致意!彩虹消失了,金币也消失了。

    米莉几乎不敢动。她的愿望实现了吗?

    也许。

    她抬头。天空是孔雀蓝的。太阳是金色的,她的脸上温暖。如此美好的一天。如此美丽的世界。

    她说:“即使愿望没有实现,我也是一个非常幸运的女孩。” 她笑了。

  • Joe Goes Fishing(少儿英语

    Joe sat on his bed and looked at his birthday presents. They were great! Smart new trainers from his mum. A fishing rod from his dad. And best of all, his grandpa had given him a watch. A proper, grown-up watch with a black leather strap and a silver face.

    ‘You’re a young man now,’ his grandpa said, as Joe opened the box. ‘Twelve years old. Happy birthday!’

    Joe said nothing. He just gazed at the watch. It was so beautiful. Lying there, in its dark blue velvet box, it looked like a moon.

    ‘Look after it, Joe,’ said his mother. ‘It was expensive.’

    Joe nodded. ‘I will, Mum. I promise. Thank you, Grandpa.’

    That was last night - Saturday. Now it was Sunday, and Joe was going fishing.

    ‘Are you wearing them to go fishing?’
    Joe’s mum pointed at his new trainers. ‘It’s been raining all night, Joe. The river bank will be muddy. Wear your old boots.’

    ‘No, it’s my birthday weekend,’ said Joe. ‘I want to wear my new things. It will be okay. The rain has stopped now.’

    He quickly pulled on his jacket and left the house. ‘Bye!’

    Joe was going on his own. His family lived in a quiet village. The river was just two minutes away from the house. He would be quite safe.

    Joe went down the lane and through a gate. He walked along a thin path to the riverbank. He knew a perfect place to fish. It was flat, like a little beach. He could stand really close to the water.

    Soon he was there.

    The beach was empty. The only thing there was a huge white swan. It was out of the water.

    ‘HSSS!’

    The swan hissed at Joe. Its long neck came towards him like an angry snake. ‘HSSSSS!’

    ‘Shush!’ said Joe. ‘I’m not going to hurt you. I only want to fish.’

    The swan stamped its feet angrily, and then walked into the water and sailed away.

    Joe was glad to see it go. Swans could be dangerous. They were very strong and their beaks were sharp. He didn’t want to share the beach with one.

    Joe began to fish. He hooked a worm onto the end of his fishing line and cast it out. It landed in the water, in exactly the right place. Joe grinned. What a wonderful fishing rod!

    An hour went by. Joe ate his sandwiches. He whistled. He fished. He was happy. But the sky was getting dark. The clouds were thick and grey. Rain! It began to fall. It was hard and heavy.

    ‘Go away!’ said Joe. ‘It’s my birthday weekend. I want to fish!’

    The rain didn’t go away. It rained even harder.

    Another hour went by. The rain didn’t stop. Joe was wet through, but he wouldn’t go home. It was his special day, and he was going to stay.

    He put a fresh worm on his fishing line and cast it out. But his hands were wet and the fishing rod was slippy. The rod flew out of his hands and landed with a splash in the river.

    ‘NO! My new rod!’

    He had to get it. It wasn’t far away. He could easily reach it if he went to the water’s edge.

    Joe ran forward. But the beach had turned muddy. Very muddy! His smart new trainers were ruined in an instant. Then one of them came off completely. It was stuck in the mud behind him.

    No! Joe tried to turn around to pick it up but he lost his balance.

    ‘Whoa!’ He fell slap on his back in the mud - and his smart new watch flew off his wrist and landed in the river.

    ‘NO!’ Joe scrambled to his feet. ‘My watch! MY WATCH!’

    He stared down into the water but he couldn’t see it. And then he saw his fishing rod had gone! The river had carried it away.

    Joe couldn’t believe his bad luck. His watch was gone. His fishing rod was gone. His trainers were brown with mud.

    ‘This could not be any worse!’ he wailed.

    Then he saw the swan.

    It was coming back, still angry. Joe moved to safety, still holding his trainer in his hand.

    The swan began to feed. It dipped its head under the water and pulled at the weed. Its head came out again.

    Then it saw something in the water. Something shiny. Something silver. A fish?

    The swan dipped its head under the water, grabbed the silver thing in its beak and brought it out of the water.

    Huh? It wasn’t a fish! The swan threw it away angrily.

    And Joe saw his beautiful watch land safely on the riverbank. He ran to it and picked it up. It was still working. YES! Joe did a happy dance, right there on the beach.

    ‘Hey buddy! Have you lost this?

    On the river, there was a man in a canoe - and he was holding Joe’s fishing rod!

    ‘I found it five minutes ago,’ said the man. ‘I’m guessing it’s yours?’ He pulled in to the riverbank and handed it to Joe. ‘It’s a beautiful rod.’

    ‘It’s new,’ said Joe. ‘Thank you so much. I thought it was gone for good.’

    The man smiled and paddled away.

    ‘Time to go home,’ said Joe. ‘I am worn out. What a birthday this has been!’


    乔坐在床上,看着他的生日礼物。他们很棒!来自他妈妈的聪明的新培训师。他父亲的钓鱼竿。最重要的是,他的祖父给了他一块手表。一款合适的成人手表,带有黑色皮革表带和银色表面。

    “你现在还很年轻,”乔打开箱子的时候,他的爷爷说。'十二岁。生日快乐!'

    乔什么也没说。他只是凝视着手表。好漂亮 躺在那里,在它的深蓝色天鹅绒盒子里,它看起来像月亮。

    “照看吧,乔,”他的母亲说。“那很贵。”

    乔点点头。妈妈,我会的。我承诺。谢谢爷爷。

    那是昨晚-周六。现在是星期天,乔正在钓鱼。

    “你戴着它们去钓鱼吗?”
    乔的妈妈指着他的新教练。乔,整夜都在下雨。河岸将是泥泞的。穿上你的旧靴子。

    “不,这是我的生日周末,”乔说。我想穿我的新衣服。会好起来的。现在下雨了。

    他迅速穿上外套离开了房子。“再见!”

    乔独自一人。他的家人住在一个​​安静的村庄。这条河离房子只有两分钟的路程。他会很安全的。

    乔沿着车道走过大门。他沿着一条小路走到河岸。他知道一个完美的钓鱼场所。它很平坦,就像一个小海滩。他可以站得很近。

    很快他在那里。

    海滩是空的。唯一的事情是一只大白天鹅。没水了。

    “ HSSS!”

    天鹅对乔发出嘶嘶声。它的长脖子像一条愤怒的蛇向他走来。“ HSSSSS!”

    '嘘!' 乔说。'我不会伤害你的。我只想钓鱼。

    天鹅愤怒地ed了脚,然后走进水里航行。

    乔很高兴见到它。天鹅可能很危险。他们非常结实,喙尖。他不想与人共享海滩。

    乔开始钓鱼。他在钓线的末端钩了一条蠕虫,并将其扔掉。它降落在水中,就在正确的位置。乔笑了。多么棒的钓鱼竿!

    一个小时过去了。乔吃了他的三明治。他吹口哨。他钓鱼了。他很高兴。但是天快黑了。乌云密布,呈灰色。雨!它开始下降。辛苦又沉重。

    '走开!' 乔说。'这是我的生日周末。我要钓鱼!

    雨没有消失。天下大雨了。

    又过了一个小时。雨没有停止。乔湿透了,但他不会回家。那是他特别的日子,他要留下来。

    他在钓线上放了一条新鲜的蠕虫,并将其驱除。但是他的手很湿,钓鱼竿很滑。竿从他的手中飞出,飞溅着溅入河中。

    '没有!我的新竿!

    他必须得到它。不远了。如果他去了水的边缘,他很容易到达。

    乔向前奔去。但是海滩变得泥泞了。很浑!他聪明的新教练很快就被毁了。然后其中一个完全脱落。它被卡在他身后的泥泞中。

    没有!乔试图转过身去捡起它,但他失去了平衡。

    “哇!” 他在泥泞的背上打了巴掌-他那只精巧的新手表从手腕上飞下来,降落在河里。

    '没有!' 乔争先恐后地站起来。'我的手表!我的手表!'

    他凝视着水中,但看不见。然后他看到钓鱼竿走了!河把它带走了。

    乔简直不敢相信自己的厄运。他的手表不见了。他的钓鱼竿不见了。他的运动鞋上沾满了褐色。

    “这不会更糟!” 他哭了。

    然后他看见了天鹅。

    它回来了,仍然很生气。乔搬到安全地点,手中仍然握着他的教练。

    天鹅开始觅食。它把头浸在水下,拉着杂草。它的头又出来了。

    然后它看到水中有东西。闪亮的东西。银的东西。一条鱼?

    天鹅将头浸在水下,将银色的东西抓住在喙中,将其从水中取出。

    ??不是鱼!天鹅生气地把它扔了。

    乔看到他美丽的手表安全地降落在河岸上。他跑去捡了。它仍然在工作。是!乔在海滩上跳舞时很开心。

    '你好朋友!你丢了这个吗?

    在河上,有一个人独木舟-他握着乔的钓鱼竿!

    那个男人说:“我是五分钟前发现的。” “我猜是你的吗?” 他拉到河岸,交给了乔。“这是一根漂亮的竿。”

    乔说。'非常感谢。我以为它永远消失了。

    那人微笑着划着脚步离开。

    “该回家了,”乔说。``我累了。这是一个多么生日的生日!-少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • The Perfect Thing(少儿英语

    Amy was very excited. She was going to a big birthday party on Saturday night. There would be music, dancing, food and lots of new people to meet. 

    Amy knew she would have a great time, but what was she going to wear?

    All her friends at school were talking about it. Imogen and Chloe had new dresses. Sally had expensive new jeans. Kerry had amazing new shoes.

    ‘Mum,’ said Amy. ‘Please can I have some money, to buy something new?’

    ‘No,’ said her mother. ‘You have plenty of nice things. What about your blue T-shirt? The one with a butterfly on it? That’s lovely.’

    ‘Everyone else has something new,’ said Amy, unhappily. ‘I don’t want to be the only one in old clothes.’

    ‘It is not old!’ laughed her mother, ‘and it’s lovely. I don’t have the money to buy you something new. You will have to ask your gran.’

    This was a good idea. Amy’s gran loved clothes and loved shopping! So Amy phoned her, and on Saturday they went to the shopping mall together.

    ‘Now,’ said Gran,’ we are here. So, what do you want?’

    ‘Something really nice,’ said Amy.

    Gran laughed. ‘ We need to know more than that, my love! What are we looking for? A dress? A top? New jeans?’

    ‘I don’t know,’ said Amy. ‘I will know when I see it.’

    Gran sighed. ‘We could have a very long day ahead of us! You must have some idea. What colour do you fancy? Red? Yellow?’

    ‘I don’t like yellow,’ said Amy, though she didn’t sound sure.

    ‘Blue?’

    ‘I like blue.’

    Gran smiled. ‘Great! So we start by looking for blue things.’

    They went into the first store and began to look at the clothes. Gran pulled out dresses, tops, jeans... all in blue.  ‘Do you like this, love? Or this?’

    Amy chose six things and went to the fitting room to try them on. When she came out, gran was waiting. ‘What did you think?’ she said. ‘Anything nice?’

    Amy shook her head. ‘No. The dress was quite nice, but it wasn’t really special. I want something special, gran.’

    ‘I know you do, my love. It’s a special party! Don’t worry - this is just the first shop. There are plenty of others. Come on!’

    Amy and her gran went into every shop on Floor 1. Amy found nothing. So they took the escalator up to Floor 2 and began again.

    In every shop, Amy tried on clothes. Gran was very patient. She never got cross.

    ‘Take your time, love,’ she said. ‘I want you to be happy.’

    They changed the colour from blue to red. Still they found nothing.

    They took the escalator to Floor 3 and had lunch.

    Gran squeezed Amy’s hand. ‘You will find something,’ she said. There are five floors in this mall. We will keep going until we find your special thing.’

    Amy ate her burger and said nothing. She was getting very tired. But gran was amazing! She kept looking never stopped smiling.

    They searched in all the shops on Floor 3 then went up to Floor 4. But there, something snapped inside Amy. Her heart suddenly felt very heavy. Tears came to her eyes, and she began to cry.

    ‘Oh love - what on earth is the matter?’

    ‘I’m never going to find it, gran,’ said Amy. ‘I want so much to find something special, but nothing is right and I’m so tired. I just want to go home, but I can’t go home with nothing.’

    Gran passed her a tissue. ‘Don’t upset yourself. We have tried, haven’t we? That’s the important thing. And we’ve had a nice day. That is important too. And let me tell you a secret. I know the perfect thing for you to wear. Something that will make you feel wonderful. Something that will make everyone want to be your friend.’

    ‘Really?’ said Amy. ‘What is it? Do we still have time to get it?’
    ‘You already have it.’ Gran whispered something in Amy’s ear.

    Amy’s eyes went big. ‘Yes,’ she said. ‘Yes! Oh gran - you are so clever!’ She kissed gran on her cheek. ‘Let’s go home.’

    That night, Amy’s mum couldn’t wait to see the special outfit they had bought. But when Amy came down from her bedroom, she was wearing her old jeans and the blue butterfly T-shirt.

    ‘You are going in that?’ said Mum. ‘But you spent the whole day shopping! You said you had found the perfect thing to wear!’

    ‘I did find it,’ said Amy. ‘I am wearing it, Mum. A smile!’ She smiled her best, biggest smile.

    Her mum smiled too. ‘You are right, Amy. You don’t need fancy clothes or money. A smile is all you need.’

    ‘Yes,’ said Amy. ‘It’s The Perfect Thing.’

    艾米非常兴奋。她打算在星期六晚上参加一次大型生日聚会。音乐,舞蹈,美食和许多新朋友将结识。 

    艾米知道她会过得很愉快,但是她要穿什么?

    她在学校里所有的朋友都在谈论它。Imogen和Chloe穿着新衣服。萨利穿着昂贵的新牛仔裤。凯瑞的新鞋很棒。

    “妈妈,”艾米说。“请给我一些钱来买新东西吗?”

    “不,”她妈妈说。'你有很多美好的事物。那你的蓝色T恤呢?一个上面有蝴蝶的人吗?这是可爱的。'

    “其他每个人都有新事物,”艾米不高兴地说。“我不想成为唯一穿旧衣服的人。”

    “不老!” 母亲笑了,“这很可爱。我没有钱给你买新东西。你将不得不问你的格兰。

    这是一个好主意。艾米的格兰爱衣服和购物!于是艾米给她打了电话,星期六他们一起去了购物中心。

    “现在,”格兰说,“我们在这里。所以你想要什么?'

    “真是太好了,”艾米说。

    格兰笑了。'我的爱人,我们需要了解的不止于此!我们在找什么?衣服吗 在顶上?新牛仔裤?

    “我不知道,”艾米说。“我一看到就会知道。”

    格兰叹了口气。``我们可能还有很长的一天要走!你一定有个主意。你喜欢什么颜色?红?黄色?'

    “我不喜欢黄色,”艾米说,尽管她听起来不确定。

    '蓝色?'

    “我喜欢蓝色。”

    格兰笑了。'大!因此,我们首先寻找蓝色的东西。

    他们走进第一家商店,开始看衣服。格兰穿着蓝色的连衣裙,上衣,牛仔裤……。'你喜欢这个吗,爱吗?或这个?'

    艾米选择了六样东西,然后去试衣间试穿。当她出来时,格兰正在等待。'你觉得呢?' 她说。“有什么好事吗?”

    艾米摇了摇头。'没有。这件衣服很漂亮,但并不特别。我要点特别的东西,格兰。

    ``我知道你愿意,我的爱人。这是一个特别的聚会!别担心-这只是第一家商店。还有很多其他的。来吧!'

    艾米和她的格兰小姐走进了1楼的每家商店。艾米什么也没发现。因此,他们将自动扶梯带到2楼,然后再次开始。

    在每家商店中,艾米都试穿衣服。格兰非常耐心。她从来没有跨过。

    “花点时间,爱,”她说。'我希望你能快乐。'

    他们将颜色从蓝色更改为红色。他们仍然一无所获。

    他们带了自动扶梯到3楼吃午餐。

    格兰握住艾米的手。她说:“你会发现一些东西。” 这个购物中心共有五层。我们将继续努力,直到找到您的特别之处。”

    艾米吃了汉堡,什么也没说。她很累。但是格兰太神奇了!她一直保持着永不停止的微笑。

    他们在3楼的所有商店中进行搜索,然后升至4楼。但是,在Amy里面抢了东西。她的心突然感到非常沉重。泪水涌上她的眼睛,她开始哭泣。

    “哦,爱-到底是怎么回事?”

    “我再也找不到了,格兰,”艾米说。``我非常想找到一些特别的东西,但是没有什么是对的,我很累。我只想回家,但我一无所有。

    格兰递给她一张纸巾。'不要让自己难过。我们已经尝试过了,不是吗?那很重要。我们今天过得愉快。这也很重要。让我告诉你一个秘密。我知道你穿的很完美。会让您感到美妙的事物。会让每个人都想成为你的朋友的东西。”

    '真?' 艾米说。'它是什么?我们还有时间得到它吗?
    “你已经有了。” 格兰在艾米的耳边低语。

    艾米的眼睛变大了。“是的。”她说。'是!哦,格兰-你真聪明!她亲吻格兰的脸颊。'我们回家吧。'

    那天晚上,艾米的妈妈迫不及待地想看看他们买的特别衣服。但是当艾米从卧室下来时,她穿着她的旧牛仔裤和蓝色蝴蝶T恤。

    “你要去那儿?” 妈妈说 ``但是你花了一整天购物!您说您已经找到了完美的穿着!”

    “我确实找到了,”艾米说。妈妈,我穿着它。一个微笑!' 她微笑着最大,最大的微笑。

    她妈妈也笑了。“你说得对,艾米。您不需要花哨的衣服或金钱。您只需要一个微笑。

    “是的。”艾米说。“这是完美的事情。”   -少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载



  • 少儿英语——Abdu and the traffic jam


     ‘Oh no... Look at this! It’s going to take forever to get home now!’

    Abdu’s mum pressed the brakes on the car. It slowed down till it was hardly moving. Then it came to a stop, at the very end of the traffic jam.

    ‘I hate this motorway,’ she said.

    Abdu looked at the road ahead. Hundreds of cars were crawling along the motorway, bumper to bumper. His mum was right. It would take hours to get home.

    ‘Maybe there has been an accident?’ he said.

    ‘Maybe. Or maybe there are just too many cars on the road these days!’ She turned the radio on. ‘It’s a bad end to a good weekend.’

    ‘A great weekend,’ said Abdu. They had been to stay with family, up in Manchester. Now he was tired. He wanted to go to bed – he had school tomorrow. But he couldn't go to bed until he had done his homework.

    Mrs Hussain, his teacher, wanted everyone in the class to write a story.

    ‘Write a true story,’ she said, ‘about something that has happened to you.’

    Abdu had groaned. ‘Nothing exciting ever happens to me,’ he said.

    And now it was Sunday night, Mrs Hussain wanted the story tomorrow, and still Abdu had no idea what to write.

    Mum kept moving the car forward, bit by bit. The motorway was packed. There were three lanes full of cars, lorries and vans. Mum was in the middle lane. The left lane had the lorries. One was much taller than all the others. The back part of it was a metal container, painted dark green. There was no writing on it.

    Abdu rolled down his window. The evening was warm; he was feeling hot. He leaned out and looked at the cars ahead. Their brake lights flashed red, on and off, on and off.

    Suddenly there was an almighty thumping sound, deep and metallic, like someone had hit an enormous drum.

    ‘What was that?’ said Abdu. ‘Was it thunder?’

    ‘I didn’t hear anything,’ said Mum. She moved the car forward a bit more. Now the tall green lorry was closer.

    ‘That!’ he cried. ‘Did you hear it then?’

    ‘No,’ said Mum.

    ‘Turn down the radio. You’ll hear it then.’

    She turned it down.

    ‘There! It was really loud that time. You must have heard it.’

    ‘No, love. I think you’re dreaming!’ Mum turned the radio up again.

    The tall green lorry came closer. It was no more than 50 metres away now, on Abdu’s left.

    This time the lorry moved. Abdu saw it clearly. The whole of the container shook. There was something inside it. There had to be! There was something inside, banging against the wall and making the drumming sound.

    Abdu saw the metal move. The side of the lorry had a dent now, like something had punched it from inside. What on earth...?

    The back of the lorry rocked from side to side.

    ‘What is in that lorry?’ he cried. ‘Mum! Have you seen it?’

    ‘Seen what, love?’

    ‘That green lorry, there. It keeps rocking from side to side.’

    Mum turned round in her seat and looked at him. ‘Are you OK?’

    ‘Yeah. I just don’t understand why you can’t hear the noise or see the rocking.’

    Mum shook her head, turned back and moved the car again.

    Abdu looked into the other cars. No one else seemed interested in the green lorry. Was he the only one who could see this?

    Then there came a new sound. A terrible sound of ripping metal - and five enormous claws ripped through the side of the green lorry.

    It came again, but this time it was the roof of the lorry. Abdu saw a foot kick its way out. A gigantic armoured foot, like a dinosaur foot.

    The whole of the roof was kicked off and a tyrannosaurus rex stood up in the back of the lorry. A tyrannosaurus rex. Abdu knew his dinosaurs. He had watched Jurassic Park fifteen times.

    The t-rex climbed out of the smashed lorry and jumped down onto the motorway. Then it leapt over the fence beside it and marched away across the fields.

    Abdu looked again at the cars all around him. No one had seen it! Unbelievable.

    Mum moved the car forward. Now they were creeping past the green lorry. Abdu stared at the metal, ripped where the claws had sliced through.

    The lorry driver didn’t look worried. He was eating an apple.

    Abdu leaned out of his window.

    ‘Mister! Mister! You’ve lost your dinosaur! I saw it escape. It ripped the roof off and ran away across the fields!’

    The lorry driver looked at him in horror.

    ‘No!’ he wailed. ‘Really? Then I am in trouble. That is the second t-rex I have lost this week!’

    Abdu fell back in his seat. What a crazy thing! But he hadn’t imagined it. It really had happened.

    And it would make a great story!

    He pulled his homework book out of his bag, found a pen and began...

    少儿英语:

     '哦,不...看看这个!现在要永远回家!”

    阿卜杜的妈妈踩了汽车的刹车。它放慢了脚步,直到几乎没有动静。然后在交通拥堵的尽头停止了。

    她说:“我讨厌这条高速公路。”

    阿卜杜看着前方的路。数以百计的汽车沿着高速公路爬行,一波又一波。他的妈妈是对的。回家要花几个小时。

    “也许发生了事故?” 他说。

    '也许。也许这些天道路上有太多汽车!” 她打开收音机。“对一个美好的周末来说,这是一个糟糕的结局。”

    “一个很棒的周末,”阿卜杜说。他们曾经和家人呆在一起,住在曼彻斯特。现在他累了。他想上床睡觉-明天上学。但是直到完成功课他才能上床睡觉。

    他的老师侯赛因夫人希望班上的每个人都写一个故事。

    她说,“写一个真实的故事,讲述你身上发生的事情。”

    阿卜杜had吟了。他说:“我什么都没有激动。”

    现在是星期天晚上,侯赛因夫人明天想听这个故事,但阿卜杜仍然不知道该写些什么。

    妈妈不断地使汽车向前移动。高速公路挤满了人。一共有三车道,车,卡车和货车。妈妈在中路。左车道有卡车。一个比其他所有的都高。它的后部是一个金属容器,漆成深绿色。没有关于它的文字。

    阿卜杜滚下窗户。晚上很热。他感觉很热。他俯身看了看前方的汽车。他们的刹车灯呈红色闪烁,打开和关闭,打开和关闭。

    突然传来一阵全能的轰鸣声,深沉而有金属感,就像有人击中了巨大的鼓。

    '那是什么?' 阿卜杜说。“是雷声吗?”

    妈妈说,我什么都没听到。她把汽车往前移了一点。现在高大的绿色货车更近了。

    '那!' 他哭了。“那你听到了吗?”

    “不,”妈妈说。

    '关掉收音机。那你会听到的。

    她拒绝了。

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

    '那里!那个时候真的很大声。你一定听过。”

    '没爱。我想你在做梦!妈妈又把收音机打开了。

    高大的绿色货车靠近了。现在离阿卜杜(Abdu)左边不超过50米。

    这次卡车移动了。阿卜杜清楚地看到了。整个容器都摇了摇。里面有东西。必须有!里面有东西,撞在墙上,发出鼓声。

    阿卜杜看到金属移动了。卡车的侧面现在有凹痕,就像是从内部对其进行了冲压一样。到底怎么回事...?

    货车的背面左右摇摆。

    “那辆卡车是什么?” 他哭了。妈妈!你看见过吗?'

    “看到什么了,爱吗?”

    那个绿色的卡车在那里。它一直在左右摇摆。

    妈妈在她的座位上转过身,看着他。'你还好吗?'

    是的。我只是不明白为什么你听不到声音或看到摇摆。

    妈妈摇了摇头,转回去,又把车开了。

    阿卜杜看着其他汽车。似乎没有人对这辆绿色卡车感兴趣。他是唯一可以看到此内容的人吗?

    然后传来新的声音。撕裂金属的可怕声音-绿色货车的侧面撕开了五个巨大的爪子。

    它又来了,但是这次是卡车的屋顶。阿卜杜看到脚踢了出来。巨大的装甲脚,如恐龙脚。

    整个屋顶都被拉开了,霸王龙在卡车的后面站了起来。霸王龙。阿卜杜(Abdu)知道他的恐龙。他看了十五次侏罗纪公园。

    霸王龙爬出粉碎的货车,跳下高速公路。然后,它越过了它旁边的篱笆,越过了田野。

    阿卜杜再次注视着他周围的汽车。没有人看过!难以置信的。

    妈妈把汽车往前移。现在他们正爬过绿色货车。阿卜杜(Abdu)凝视着金属,撕破了爪子穿过的地方。

    卡车司机看上去并不担心。他在吃一个苹果。

    阿卜杜俯身走出窗外。

    '先生!先生!您已经失去了恐龙!我看到它逃脱了。它撕下屋顶,跑过田野!”

    卡车司机惊恐地看着他。

    '没有!' 他哭了。'真?那我有麻烦了。那是我这周失去的第二只霸王龙!

    阿卜杜回到他的座位上。太疯狂了!但是他没有想到。真的发生了。

    这将是一个很棒的故事!

    他从包里拿出作业簿,找到笔,开始...

  • Best Job in the World (少儿英语

    ‘But what is it?’ said Elli. ‘What does it do?’

    She put the headset on again. ‘I can’t see anything.’

    ‘I haven’t turned it on yet!’ laughed her father. ‘Wait!’

    Elli’s father was an inventor. He worked for a big company and was always making new gadgets. Sometimes he brought them home so Elli could try them.

    ‘Can you see anything now?’

    ‘Yes!’ said Elli. ‘A screen with words. A list.’

    ‘Exactly,’ said her father, sounding pleased. ‘It is a Life List. This is a LifeList Viewer. The list shows different jobs, see? Doctor, teacher, builder... So you choose one - like doctor - then you can see what it is like to be a doctor for a day.’

    ‘Cool!’ said Elli. ‘How does it work?’

    ‘Easy,’ said her father. ‘A doctor wore a head camera for 24 hours. It filmed everything they did, so you can see and hear it too. It’s fun! And it will help people to choose jobs.’

    ‘I like that idea,’ said Elli. ‘I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up.’

    ‘This will really help,’ said her father. ‘OK. It works like this...’

    Elli learned how to choose and change jobs. Then she went to her bedroom and lay on the bed. She put on the headset. It was enormous! Like a crash helmet. She went down the list. Who did she want to be?

    Actress

    Dentist

    Taxi driver

    No, no, no...

    Airline pilot

    Factory worker

    Nurse

    No, no, no...

    Model

    Firefighter?

    Firefighter. That sounded exciting! She would ride in a fast fire engine. Wear a helmet and boots and thick, thick clothes. Hold a hose. Shoot water at a burning building. Climb a ladder. Save someone. She would be a hero!

    She moved her eyes and chose ‘firefighter’. The movie began.

    It was quite dark, but Elli saw a big garage with equipment. She turned her head - a fire engine! Right there! She started to walk forward - what?!! She wasn’t walking - she was still lying on her bed. It was the firefighter who was walking forward. Of course! The camera was on top of his head.

    ‘This is weird!’ giggled Elli. ‘It’s like being inside his body!’

    The firefighter walked past the fire engine and went into a room. It was full of equipment. The firefighter sat down and picked up something made of metal. Elli didn’t know what it was. Then he took up a rag and a tin of polish, and began to clean the metal object.

    Elli watched. Time went by. Ten minutes. Twenty minutes. The firefighter finished polishing the metal object, then picked up another one and began to polish that. More time went by. The firefighter started whistling. He was happy.

    But Elli was bored. ‘Where is the fire?’ she said. ‘The excitement? The race through the streets on a fire engine?’

    She blinked her eyes to get rid of the movie. The LifeList screen came back on.

    Footballer

    Painter

    Baker

    No…

    TV presenter

    Archaeologist

    Trawler worker

    Trawler worker! Now that sounded exciting. Going out to sea every day... yes! Elli liked boats.

    She chose ‘trawler worker’. The movie began.

    Instantly she was on a trawler: a huge fishing boat with an enormous crane at one end to haul in the fishing net. She was not alone. Other people were there, wrapped up in waterproof coats, hats and boots. It looked very cold. She could hear the wind, roaring and racing. The sky was dark and stormy. Everyone was busy, doing things.

    Elli turned her head. The sea was deep blue, almost black. The waves were rolling, fast and high. It was just a movie, but she could almost feel the wind, biting hard and cold.

    She turned her gaze back. The trawler worker was walking forward, but the boat was moving under her feet. Elli started to feel sick. The rolling never stopped.

    The trawler worker began to work. She was fixing some piece of machinery. But soon it began to rain. Hard, grey rain that blew everywhere. The trawler worker pulled her hood up - part of the screen was cut off. But she kept working.

    ‘Go inside!’ said Elli. ‘It’s raining!’

    But the trawler worker stayed where she was. The rain grew harder. Elli heard it drumming on the deck. The waves grew bigger and the boat was rocking from side to side.

    ‘Just stop!’ she said. But she didn’t. Elli began to feel sicker and sicker.

    She stopped the movie.

    ‘That was not nice,’ she said. ‘I’m not going to be a trawler worker!’

    She looked at the LifeList again.

    Architect

    Jeweller

    ‘Ah! Now this looks interesting!’

    The new movie began. Elli saw a room in a house. It looked warm and cosy. A real fire was burning in the fireplace. A cat was asleep on the sofa. The room was full of books on the floor and on bookshelves. There was a desk with a computer, lots of sheets of paper with writing on, a mug of hot chocolate and a plate of biscuits.

    The person bit into a biscuit then began to type. Elli saw the words come up on the computer screen.

    Once there was a land where every wish came true...

    Elli pulled up the bed blanket and snuggled down. ‘This is the best job in the world,’ she said, happily. ‘I am going to be an author.’

    “那什么?” 埃莉说。'它有什么作用?'

    她再次戴上耳机。“我什么也看不到。”

    “我还没有打开!” 父亲笑了。'等待!'

    Elli的父亲是一位发明家。他曾在一家大公司工作,并且一直在生产新产品。有时他把它们带回家,以便Elli可以尝试。

    “你现在看到什么了吗?”

    '是!' 埃莉说。'一个有文字的屏幕。一个列表。'

    “是的,”父亲说,听起来很高兴。'这是一个生活清单。这是一个LifeList Viewer。该列表显示了不同的作业,看到了吗?医生,老师,建筑商...所以您选择一个-就像医生一样-然后您会看到当一天医生的感觉。

    '凉!' 埃莉说。'它是如何工作的?'

    “很容易。”她父亲说。一位医生戴了一个头部摄像头24小时。它记录了他们所做的一切,因此您也可以看到和听到它。很有趣!它将帮助人们选择工作。”

    埃利说:“我喜欢这个主意。” “我不知道长大后想成为什么样。”

    她的父亲说:“这真的有帮助。” '好。它是这样的...'

    Elli学习了如何选择和更换工作。然后她去她的卧室,躺在床上。她戴上耳机。太棒了!就像安全帽一样。她名列前茅。她想成为谁?

    演员

    牙医

    出租车司机

    不不不...

    民航飞行员

    工厂员工

    护士

    不不不...

    模型

    消防队员?

    消防队员。听起来很刺激!她会乘坐快速消防车。戴头盔,靴子和厚实的衣服。握住软管。在燃烧的建筑物上射水。爬梯子。救人 她会成为英雄!

    她移动了眼睛,选择了“消防员”。电影开始了。

    天很黑,但埃利(Elli)看到了一个带设备的大车库。她转过头-消防车!在那里!她开始向前走-什么?!她没有走路-她仍然躺在床上。向前走的是消防员。当然!相机在他的头顶上。

    “这很奇怪!” 埃利咯咯笑。“就像在他体内!”

    消防员走过消防车进入房间。到处都是设备。消防员坐下来,捡起金属制品。埃莉不知道那是什么。然后,他拿起一块碎布和一罐抛光剂,开始清洁金属物体。

    埃莉看着。时间流逝。10分钟。20分钟。消防员完成了对金属物体的抛光,然后拿起另一个,并开始对其进行抛光。更多的时间过去了。消防员开始吹口哨。他很高兴。

    但是埃利很无聊。“火在哪里?” 她说。'兴奋?乘坐消防车在街上跑吗?

    她眨了眨眼以摆脱这部电影。LifeList屏幕重新出现。

    足球运动员

    画家

    贝克

    没有…

    电视节目主持人

    考古学家

    拖网渔船工人

    拖网渔船工人!现在,听起来令人兴奋。每天出海...是的!埃利(Elli)喜欢乘船。

    她选择了“拖网渔船工人”。电影开始了。

    立刻,她在拖网渔船上:一艘巨大的渔船,一端装有一台巨大的起重机,可以拖入渔网中。她并不孤单。其他人在那里,穿着防水外套,帽子和靴子。看起来很冷。她听见风,咆哮和赛车声。天空是黑暗和暴风雨。每个人都在忙着做事。

    埃莉转过头。海是深蓝色的,几乎是黑色的。浪涛翻滚,又快又高。那只是一部电影,但她几乎可以感觉到风,刺骨的和冷的。

    她回头凝视。拖网渔船的工人向前走,但是船在她的脚下移动。埃莉开始感到恶心。滚动从未停止。

    拖网渔船的工人开始工作。她正在修理一些机械。但是很快就开始下雨了。强烈的灰雨到处都是。拖网渔船工人拉开了她的引擎盖-屏幕的一部分被切断了。但是她一直在工作。

    '进去!' 埃莉说。'下雨了!'

    但是拖网渔船的工人呆在原地。雨越来越大。艾莉(Elli)听到它在甲板上打鼓。海浪越来越大,船在左右摇摆。

    '停下来!' 她说。但是她没有。埃莉开始感到越来越恶心。

    她把电影停了。

    她说,那太不好了。“我不会成为拖网渔船的工人!”

    她再次看了看生命清单。

    建筑师

    珠宝商

    '啊!现在,看起来很有趣!”

    新电影开始了。艾丽(Elli)看到了一所房子里的一个房间。看起来温暖而舒适。壁炉里燃烧着大火。一只猫在沙发上睡着了。房间里的地板和书架上满是书。那里有一张带电脑的桌子,上面写着很多纸,一杯热巧克力和一盘饼干。

    这个人咬成饼干然后开始打字。艾莉(Elli)看到电脑屏幕上出现了这些单词。

    曾经有一个梦想成真的土地...

    艾丽拉起床毯子,依down下来。“是世界上最好的工作,”她说,兴高采烈。“我要当作家。”  -少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • Nell's Books(少儿英语

    Nell was sitting in the library with her friends. It was lunchtime. Nell was reading. She was always reading! She had found a book about cats and was happy.

    But she was the only one with a book. Her friends had gadgets in their hands. Sunita had a phone; Saffron had a tablet.

    ‘Why don’t you look at books?’ she said. ‘We are in a library!’

    ‘Books are old-fashioned,’ said Sunita. ‘I don’t know why you like them!’

    ‘I love everything about them,’ said Nell. ‘I love the feel of the paper... the shiny cover... the pictures. I love the smell of a new book! I like turning the pages to see what comes next. Look at this - it’s gorgeous.’ She held up the cat book to show them. ‘The photos are lovely.’

    ‘But they never change,’ said Saffron. ‘If you open that book tomorrow, all the photos will be the same as today. That’s boring! I like things to be different.’

    Sunita nodded. ‘Me too.’

    ‘Look at this,’ said Saffron. She moved closer to Nell to show something on her tablet. ‘You like cats, right?’

    Nell nodded. ‘And I love kittens.’

    ‘OK, kittens.’ Saffron tapped at her screen. ‘So look - kittens. Hundreds of them. Thousands of them! More than you could ever look at.’

    ‘I know,’ said Nell, ‘and they are very pretty. But I still like my book more!’

    She laughed, and hugged it to her like a teddy bear.

    ‘That book is just cats,’ said Saffron. ‘Look, I can change this. You like dogs? Here are dogs! You want rabbits? Here they are! What pet do you want? Ponies, guinea pigs, parrots, unicorns...’

    ‘Unicorns? Real unicorns?’

    ‘Yes, real unicorns. Look! You can buy them online. They sing and dance too.’

    Nell grinned. ‘Can they make ice cream?’

    ‘Sure!’ said Saffron. ‘They can do anything. They only cost a million dollars.’

    ‘Then buy me one.’

    ‘I will - for your 20th birthday!’ said Saffron, and the girls all laughed.

    Later that night, Nell was alone in her bedroom. She thought about what her friends had said.

    ‘I know books stay the same,’ she said. ‘That is why I like them!’

    She opened her favourite book. It was about pets. Nell had no pets of her own, though she dearly wanted one. The photos in the book were beautiful. She especially liked one of a cat with golden eyes and very long fur. The fur was smoky grey.

    ‘Books are better than gadgets,’ she told herself, ‘though nothing is better than the real thing.’ She sighed deeply and ran her finger across the photo of the cat.

    A magical thing happened. She could feel the fur! It was soft and silky under her fingers. Then she heard a purring sound, and the smoky cat blinked its golden eyes.

    ‘No!’ she squealed, as she pulled her hand away. ‘This is unreal!’

    But it was very much real - because the smoky cat suddenly stepped right out of the book and sat on Nell’s knees.

    It was tiny, the same size it had been in the photo. But not for long. It began to grow, bigger and bigger. Soon it was the size of a proper cat.

    ‘Miaow.’

    ‘Oh...! You are just lovely,’ said Nell. She picked the cat up and cuddled him close. The cat purred, really loud now. ‘What shall I call you? Something magical... Arabia! That’s it! Perfect.’

    Then the cat wriggled free and did a curious thing. He turned the page of the book with his paw, then tapped on a photo of a white cat.

    The white cat stepped out of the book, just as he had, and grew up to real size.

    ‘Oh!’ said Nell. ‘Can I bring anything out?’

    She turned the pages of the book and stopped at one of her favourite photos: six Dalmation puppies. She tapped the photo - and out they came! Soon they were full size and on her bedroom floor. One began eating her sandal. One chewed her school bag. Two went under the bed. Two played chase, round and round the room.

    Nell clapped her hands in delight. This was so much fun! She tapped photo after photo. Four grey rabbits... a red parrot... twelve guinea pigs... ten kittens... a tortoise... a family of mice... a baby alpaca... All came to life. Soon the room was like a zoo! But there was no fighting. The baby mice climbed all over Arabia the cat and he simply purred.

    Then Nell heard something. Footsteps, coming up the stairs, and a voice: ‘Are you ready to go to sleep, Nell?’

    ‘Mum!’

    ‘Back in the book!’ said Nell, and clapped her hands. ‘Quick!’

    The pets turned to smoke and whizzed back into the book.

    ‘Well,’ giggled Nell. ‘I was right. Books are definitely better than gadgets!’

    内尔和她的朋友们坐在图书馆里。午餐时间到了。内尔在读书。她一直在读书!她找到了一本关于猫的书,很高兴。

    但是她是唯一拥有一本书的人。她的朋友们手里拿着小玩意。Sunita接了电话。藏红花有一个平板电脑。

    “你为什么不看书?” 她说。“我们在图书馆!”

    桑尼塔说:“书是老式的。” “我不知道你为什么喜欢他们!”

    内尔说:“我爱他们的一切。” ``我喜欢纸的感觉...闪亮的封面...图片。我喜欢一本新书的味道!我喜欢翻页查看接下来的内容。看这个-太好了。她举起猫书给他们看。“照片很可爱。”

    萨夫隆说:“但是他们永远都不会改变。” “如果明天打开那本书,所有照片将与今天相同。那很无聊!我希望事情有所不同。

    苏妮塔点点头。'我也是。'

    “看看这个。”番红花说。她靠近内尔,在平板电脑上显示一些东西。“你喜欢猫,对吗?”

    内尔点点头。“而且我爱小猫。”

    “好,小猫。” 藏红花轻拍了她的屏幕。'所以看-小猫。数百个。成千上万!超出您的想象。”

    内尔说:“我知道,他们很漂亮。但是我还是更喜欢我的书!

    她笑了起来,像泰迪熊一样抱着它。

    藏红花说:“那本书只是猫。” '看,我可以改变这个。你喜欢狗吗?这是狗!你要兔子吗?他们来了!你想要什么宠物?小马,豚鼠,鹦鹉,独角兽...'

    独角兽?真正的独角兽?

    是的,真正的独角兽。看!您可以在线购买。他们也唱歌跳舞。

    内尔笑了。“他们能做冰淇淋吗?”

    '当然!' 藏红花说。他们可以做任何事情。他们只花了一百万美元。

    “那就给我买一个。”

    “我会-为您20岁生日!” 藏红花说,女孩们都笑了。

    那天晚上晚些时候,内尔一个人在她的卧室里。她想了想她的朋友怎么说。

    她说,我知道书本保持不变。“这就是为什么我喜欢他们!”

    她打开了她最喜欢的书。这是关于宠物的。内尔没有自己的宠物,尽管她非常想要一个。书中的照片很漂亮。她特别喜欢一只眼睛金色,毛皮很长的猫。皮毛是烟熏灰色。

    她告诉自己:“书比小玩意要好,尽管没有什么比真实的要好。” 她深深地叹了口气,用手指划过那只猫的照片。

    发生了一件神奇的事情。她能感觉到皮毛!她的手指下柔软如丝。然后她听到一阵刺耳的声音,烟熏猫眨了眨金色的眼睛。

    '没有!' 当她拉开手时,她尖叫着。“这是不真实的!”

    但这确实是真的-因为那只烟熏猫突然从书本上走了出来,坐在Nell的膝盖上。

    它很小,大小和照片一样。但不长久。它开始变得越来越大。很快它就变成了一只猫的大小。

    '咪。'

    '哦...!你真可爱,”内尔说。她把猫抱起来,抱紧他。猫发出嘶哑的声音,现在真的很大声。“我该怎么称呼你?神奇的东西……阿拉伯!而已!完善。'

    然后猫自由地蠕动,做了一件奇怪的事。他用爪子翻过书页,然后轻拍一张白猫的照片。

    就像他一样,这只白猫从书本上走了出来,长大了。

    '哦!' 内尔说。“我可以带出什么东西吗?”

    她翻开书页,停在她最喜欢的一张照片上:六只Dalmation幼犬。她轻拍了照片-他们出来了!很快他们就大了,在她的卧室地板上。一个人开始吃她的凉鞋。一个人嚼了她的书包。两人走到床下。两个人围着房间追逐追逐。

    内尔高兴地拍了拍手。真是太有趣了!她拍了一张又一张。四只灰色的兔子...一只红色的鹦鹉...十二只豚鼠...十只小猫...一只乌龟...一群老鼠...一只羊驼...一切都活了起来。很快,房间就像一个动物园!但是没有战斗。小老鼠爬到了整个阿拉伯猫身上,他只是发出了呼呼的声音。

    然后内尔听到了一些声音。脚步声,走上楼梯,传出一个声音:“内尔,你准备好睡觉了吗?”

    “妈妈!”

    “回到书中!” 内尔说,拍了拍手。'快!'

    宠物们抽烟,然后发回书中。

    “好吧,”内尔轻笑。'我是正确的。书绝对比电子产品要好! -少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

     

  • The Robot  (少儿英语)


    Cara met the robot at the airport.

    She was with her parents. They had been on holiday. Now they were flying back home, to London.

    Cara was looking out of the window when she met it. She loved airport windows. There was so much to see. Planes moving, cargo being loaded... everyone was so busy.

    Then, out of the corner of her eye, she saw something moving. When she turned, she saw a robot.

    Its base looked like a vacuum cleaner: grey plastic, oval shaped, with two black wheels. There was a green light on the top, to show it was working.

    Coming out of the top were two flat metal poles. At the top of these poles there was a screen - like a tablet but bigger.

    The robot was moving all by itself. It wasn’t like a remote-controlled car or a drone. Nobody was controlling it. Cara was amazed.

    The robot glided towards her. Its wheels made no sound on the carpet. She couldn’t hear any motor. It was totally silent.

    Cara found that spooky. She wanted a machine to sound like a machine. This one didn’t.

    The robot kept coming. It was fast, and its green light was flashing. Would it run her over? Should she move out of the way? But the robot sensed she was there. It stopped, right in front of her. It was taller than she was.

    Cara tapped the screen. Nothing happened. She tapped it again. Suddenly it lit up, and the robot began to spell out a message.

    Hello.

    How may I help you?

    Cara stared at it. 

    The screen flashed. The robot was asking the question again.

    Hello.

    How may I help you?

    ‘Are you talking to me? said Cara.

    Yes.

    ‘But I didn’t call you.’ 

    I saw you.

    ‘OK.’ Cara didn’t know what else to say.

    How may I help you? 

    ‘I don’t think I need any help.’ she said. ‘I was just looking out of the window. I am quite happy. I am with my mum and dad. We are flying to London. Our plane leaves in... an hour? I don’t really know.’

    1 hour 47 minutes

    15:23 Zee Airways to London Heathrow

    Gate number: 14

    Gate opens in 55 minutes

    Cara read all this information. ‘Wow. You really know things.’

    I am happy to help you.

    ‘Can you do anything else?’ asked Cara. ‘Or do you just know the times and places of things?’

    I can do many tasks. Ask me.

    ‘OK... Where are the toilets?’

    Follow me.

    The robot turned and started to glide away.

    ‘No! I don’t want to go there!’ said Cara, with a giggle. ‘I was just asking.’

    What do you want?

    ‘Right now? To get on the plane. I’m tired of waiting.’

    Gate opens in 51 minutes.

    Cara sighed. ‘That is a long time. Can you make the plane leave sooner?’

    No.

    Sorry.

    ‘It’s OK. You can’t do everything.’

    I can take you shopping.

    ‘I have no money. Well, I do, but not much. $3.50.’ 

    Do you like ice cream?

    ‘I love ice cream!’

    Mario’s Ice Cream Parlour

    One scoop $2.25
    Two scoops $3

    ‘Oh, you are wonderful! I can afford that! Do they have peanut butter flavour?

    Fifteen flavours.

    Yes.

    ‘Then let’s go!’

    Follow me.

    Cara followed the robot. It glided past the gates, where people were waiting to get on their planes. Then it turned right, and led her back into the shopping area.

    Soon Cara saw a sign, with twinkly lights all around it.

    卡拉在机场遇到了机器人。

    她和她的父母在一起。他们去度假了。现在他们正飞回伦敦。

    卡拉遇见时正看着窗外。她喜欢机场的窗户。有太多的东西要看。飞机在移动,货物正在装卸……每个人都很忙。

    然后,她从眼角看到了一些动静。当她转身时,她看到了一个机器人。

    它的底部看上去像是一个吸尘器:灰色塑料,椭圆形,带有两个黑色的轮子。顶部有绿色指示灯,表明它正在工作。

    从顶部出来的是两个扁平的金属杆。在这些支柱的顶部有一个屏幕-像平板电脑,但更大。

    机器人自己在移动。这不像遥控车或无人机。没有人控制它。卡拉惊讶。

    机器人滑向她。它的轮子在地毯上没有声音。她听不到任何声音。这完全是沉默。

    卡拉发现这很怪异。她希望一台机器听起来像一台机器。这个没有。

    机器人不断来。速度很快,绿灯闪烁。会打扰她吗?她应该离开吗?但是机器人感觉到她在那里。它停在她面前。它比她高。

    卡拉轻拍屏幕。什么都没发生。她再次点击它。突然,它亮了,机器人开始拼出一条消息。

    你好。

    请问有什么可以帮你?

    卡拉盯着它。 

    屏幕闪烁。机器人又问了一个问题。

    你好。

    请问有什么可以帮你?

    '你在跟我讲话吗?卡拉说。

    是。

    “但是我没有给你打电话。” 

    我看到你。

    '好。' 卡拉不知道该说些什么。

    请问有什么可以帮你? 

    “我认为我不需要任何帮助。” 她说。``我只是看着窗外。我很高兴 我和爸爸妈妈在一起。我们要飞往伦敦。我们的飞机在一个小时后离开?我真的不知道。

    1小时47分钟

    15:23 Zee航空公司飞往伦敦希思罗机场

    登机口:14

    登机口仅需55分钟

    卡拉阅读了所有这些信息。'哇。你真的很了解。

    很高兴为您服务。

    “你还能做别的吗?” 卡拉问。“还是您只知道事物的时间和地点?”

    我可以做很多事情。问我。

    “行,洗手间在哪里?”

    跟着我。

    机器人转身开始滑行。

    '没有!我不想去那里!卡拉笑着说。'我只是问问罢了。'

    你想要什么?

    '马上?上飞机。我厌倦了等待。'

    登机口在51分钟内打开。

    卡拉叹了口气。``那是很长时间了。你能早点离开飞机吗?

    没有。

    抱歉。

    '没关系。你无能为力。

    我可以带你去购物。

    '我没钱。好吧,我知道,但是不多。$ 3.50。 

    你喜欢冰激凌?

    “我爱冰淇淋!”

    马里奥冰淇淋店

    一勺$ 2.25
    两勺$ 3

    '哦,你太棒了!我负担得起!他们有花生酱味吗?

    十五种口味。

    是。

    “那就走吧!”

    跟着我。

    卡拉跟随机器人。它滑过大门,那里的人们正等着上飞机。然后转右,然后带她回到购物区。

    很快,卡拉看到了一个招牌,周围闪烁着灯光。      ---少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • Little Monsters  (少儿英语)

    Once upon a time in England there was a scarecrow. He stood in a field and looked like a man. But he wasn’t a real man. The scarecrow was made of straw.

    The scarecrow’s head was an old football. His face was painted on: two eyes, a nose and a smiling mouth. He didn’t have hair, but he did have a hat. It was brown and made of felt. A farmer used to wear it, long ago.

    His clothes had come from the farmer too: a long brown coat with lots of pockets, an old pair of jeans with holes in the legs, a worn-out leather belt with a rusty buckle, a red scarf with white stripes.

    The scarecrow didn’t have shoes, because he didn’t have feet. A wooden pole kept him standing in the ground. He never moved.

    The scarecrow liked being in the field. He saw the Sun come up every morning. He watched the clouds drift across the sky. At night, he gazed at the Moon and counted the stars.

    He enjoyed his job. He scared away the crows - the big, clever black birds that made trouble on the farm. They stole the seeds when they were sown. They pecked at the vegetables when the leaves began to grow. The scarecrow knew without him, nothing would grow at all.

    But this year, the scarecrow had a problem.

    The farmer had stuffed him full of new straw. Clean, yellow straw. It made a good body. The scarecrow was very happy. His coat fitted him much better now, and he felt smart. 

    The problem was the crows. It was springtime, so they were building nests. They were looking for things to use - and they had spotted the new straw. It was perfect.

    Three crows sat on a fence and looked at the scarecrow.

    Caw, look at him!’ said one. ‘He has fresh straw in all his pockets. My little ones would love to sleep on that. I’m going to get some. ’

    The crow flew across the field and landed on the scarecrow. He pushed his sharp black beak into the straw and pulled some out. Then he flew off, back to his nest.

    ‘Look at that,’ said the next crow. ‘It was easy! I am going to steal some too.’

    The second crow flew to the scarecrow. He took some straw. Then the third crow flew over and stole some more.

    All day long, the crows flew from their nests to the scarecrow. They stole more and more straw, but the scarecrow couldn’t stop them. He couldn’t run after them. He couldn’t wave his arms. Shouting made no difference. They simply laughed and took more straw.

    By the end of the day, he was looking thin.

    ‘Oh no,’ he said. ‘What am I going to do? If they take more tomorrow, there will be nothing left of me!’

    ‘I can help,’ said a tiny voice.

    The scarecrow looked down. There was a mouse sitting on his belt buckle. ‘I can scare the crows away,’ said the mouse.

    The scarecrow smiled. ‘That is very kind of you, but I don’t think they would be scared. You are very small.’

    ‘That is true,’ said the mouse. ‘But I have lots of friends - and I have an idea!’ He climbed up to the scarecrow’s ear and whispered something.

    The scarecrow smiled again. ‘My little friend,’ he said. ‘I think that might work!’

    The next day came. The three crows flew down to the fence.

    ‘Hahaha!’ said the first crow. ‘The straw man is still there. I am going to take more of his stuffing!’

    He flew to the scarecrow. But just as he landed: ‘YAAAAAAR!’

    Twenty mice jumped out of the scarecrow’s clothes and roared at him. They waved their arms, pulled faces, did everything they could to appear big and scary. 

    The crow flew back to his friends in horror.

    ‘MONSTER!’ he wailed. ‘A monster attacked me! It was horrible. It had twenty heads. I’m not going back there - ever!’

    He flew away and he didn’t come back.

    ‘What a baby,’ said the second crow. ‘I’m not scared. I’m going in.’

    He flew to the scarecrow and YAAAAAAR!

    The crow sped back to the fence. ‘It’s true!’ he cried. ‘There really is a monster hiding inside that straw man. I saw it!’

    He flew away and didn’t come back.

    The third crow watched him go. ‘Ha,’ he said. ‘I’m not going there! I have enough straw in my nest.’

    He flew away.

    ‘YEEES!’ cried the scarecrow. ‘You’ve done it! They’ve gone!’

    The mice came out of their hiding holes. They cheered and danced and hugged each other.

    ‘I wish I could give you all something,’ said the scarecrow. ‘A gift, to say thank you.’

    ‘You can give us something,’ said the mouse. ‘A home! Your pockets are very warm and comfortable. We would love to stay.’

    ‘Then you shall stay,’ smiled the scarecrow. ‘My little monsters!’

    从前在英国有稻草人。他站在田野上,看上去像个男人。但是他不是一个真正的男人。稻草人是用稻草做成的。

    稻草人的头是个老式足球。他的脸被涂上了:两只眼睛,鼻子和微笑的嘴。他没有头发,但是有帽子。它是棕色的,由毡制成。很久以前,一位农民曾经戴过它。

    他的衣服也来自农民:一件长长的棕色外套,上面有很多口袋,一条旧牛仔裤,腿上有破洞,一条破旧的皮带,上面有生锈的带扣,一条红色的围巾,上面有白色条纹。

    稻草人没有鞋子,因为他没有脚。木棍使他站在地上。他从未动弹。

    稻草人喜欢在田间。他每天早晨看到太阳升起。他看着乌云飘过天空。晚上,他凝视着月亮,数了数星星。

    他喜欢他的工作。他吓走了乌鸦-大而聪明的黑鸟在农场上造成麻烦。他们在播种时偷了种子。叶子开始长大时,他们啄蔬菜。稻草人知道没有他,什么都不会增长。

    但是今年,稻草人遇到了问题。

    农夫给他塞满了新的稻草。干净的黄色稻草。身体很好。稻草人很高兴。现在他的外套适合他,他变得很聪明。 

    问题是乌鸦。是春天,所以他们在筑巢。他们正在寻找要使用的东西-并且发现了新的稻草。这是完美的

    三只乌鸦坐在篱笆上,看着稻草人。

    “ C 看着他!” 一说。他的口袋里都有新鲜的稻草。我的小孩子们很想睡觉。我要去买些'

    乌鸦飞过田野,降落在稻草人身上。他将尖锐的黑色喙插入稻草中,并抽出一些。然后他飞回了自己的巢穴。

    “看看,”下一只乌鸦说。'很容易!我也要偷东西。

    第二只乌鸦飞到稻草人那里。他拿了些稻草。然后,第三只乌鸦飞了过来,又偷了一些。

    一整天,乌鸦从巢穴飞到稻草人。他们偷了越来越多的稻草,但是稻草人无法阻止他们。他无法追赶他们。他无法挥动手臂。喊没什么区别。他们只是笑了,拿了更多的稻草。

    到一天结束时,他看上去很瘦。

    “哦,不,”他说。``我要怎么办?如果他们明天再花更多的钱,我将一无所有!

    “我可以帮忙,”一个微小的声音说。

    稻草人往下看。他的皮带扣上坐着一只老鼠。老鼠说,我可以把乌鸦吓走。

    稻草人笑了。``你真好,但我不认为他们会感到害怕。你很小。

    老鼠说。“但是我有很多朋友-我有个主意!” 他爬到稻草人的耳朵旁,低声说。

    稻草人再次微笑。“我的小朋友,”他说。“我认为这可能行得通!”

    第二天到了。三只乌鸦飞到篱笆上。

    “哈哈哈!” 第一只乌鸦说。稻草人还在那儿。我要多吃点他的馅!”

    他飞到稻草人。但就在他降落时:“ YAAAAAAR!”

    二十只老鼠从稻草人的衣服上跳下来,向他吼叫。他们挥舞着手臂,张开了脸,竭尽所能显得大而恐怖。 

    乌鸦惊恐地飞回他的朋友们。

    '怪物!' 他哭了。'一个怪物袭击了我!那太差了。它有二十个头。我不会回去的-永远!

    他飞走了,他没有回来。

    “真是个孩子,”第二只乌鸦说。'我不怕。我要进去。

    他飞到稻草人和YAAAAAAR!

    乌鸦飞回篱笆。'这是真的!' 他哭了。那个稻草人里面确实藏着一个怪物。我看到了!'

    飞走了,没有回来。

    第三只乌鸦看着他走。“哈,”他说。``我不去那里!我的窝里有足够的稻草。

    他飞走了。

    “呀!” 稻草人哭了。'你做到了!他们已经走了!'

    老鼠从躲藏的洞里出来。他们互相欢呼,跳舞和拥抱。

    稻草人说:“我希望我能给你一切。” “礼物,谢谢。”

    老鼠说:“你可以给我们一些东西。” '一个家!您的口袋非常温暖舒适。我们很乐意留下。”

    稻草人微笑着说:“那你留下。” “我的小怪物!”

                                                         

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    英语培训

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

                                               ---少儿英语

  • 研究表明,孩子在10岁之前就接触英语或其它语言,正式学习外语时很少带有口音。这是因为孩子的大脑在不断发育中,尤其在青春期初期经历了生理上的变化之后,很难分辨和模仿外语中的发音。

    因此,如果你的孩子从小就听地道的英语,那么他就很容易像母语为英语的人士一样讲英语。尽早把英语作为第二语言来教学也很重要,因为儿童比青少年和成年人更容易学习英语。儿童还在用本能来学习第一语言。他们很快发现可以在学习英语时使用同样的语言学习技能。

     

    如果你想教小孩子英语,好消息是孩子们非常适合学习语言,能够毫不费力地学会新单词、新短语和新的语法结构。坏消息是,孩子们比成年人精力更充沛,注意力集中时间也更短,所以你很难让他们坐下来学习。然而,你可以把孩子们的活力转换为教学优势,让他们参与游戏、唱歌等活动,让他们在玩得开心的时候学习。

     

    少儿英语:第一步

    让孩子们沉浸在英语氛围里。孩子跟成年人相比有更大的学习优势,因为他们能从身边的对话中迅速学到新的词汇。让孩子们通过课堂对话、适龄的英语DVD和视频等方式接触英语,从而创造出一个更高效的学习环境。

     

    少儿英语:第二步

    借助音乐和歌曲教小孩子英语。援引《幼儿英语教学必备歌曲》的说法,“年幼的学习者通过他们喜爱的形式——歌曲来学习词汇、语法结构和语言节奏”,采用歌曲来教孩子数字、字母表、身体部位和其他需要记忆的单词能达到事半功倍的效果。

     

    少儿英语:第三步

    在课堂上使用动作和手势来加强学习。动作可以赋予单词身体的联想意义,进一步增强孩子的记忆能力,并且消耗孩子的体能,这样孩子就不会注意力分散或坐立不安了。

     

    少儿英语:第四步

    为孩子们创造一个互动的环境。“紫禁留学”建议教师们:在教学内容中融入游戏、戏剧表演和唱歌等活动。这有助于孩子们保持专注,在跟进游戏进程,学习游戏规则,交流讨论的同时能更好地学习语言。

     

    少儿英语:第五步

    让孩子们自己主持“看图说词”、“做手势猜字”、 “配对游戏”等游戏来教授语法、词汇和动词时态。允许孩子们展示所学知识有助于他们建立自信,学习真实语境中的语言技能。同时,团队游戏让学生在游戏过程中互相交流,从而锻炼会话技能。

     

    少儿英语:教学工具

    • 英语CD/英语视频/英语DVD
    • 故事书
    • 黑板和粉笔

     

  • 坐井观天 Look at the Sky from the Bottom of a Well  (少儿英语)

     

      There is a frog. He lives in a well and he never goes out of the well. He thinks the sky is as big as the mouth of the well.

      有一只青蛙住在井底,他从来没有去过井外面。他以为天空就和井口一样大。

      One day a crow comes to the well. He sees the frog and says, “Frog, let’s have a talk.”

      一天, 一只乌鸦飞到井边,看见青蛙,就对它说:“青蛙,咱们聊聊吧。”

      Then the frog asks, “Where are you from?”

      青蛙就问他:“你从哪里来?”

      “I fly from the sky,” the crow says.

      “我从天上上来。”乌鸦说。

      The frog feels surprised and says, “The sky is only as big as the mouth of the well. How do you fly from the sky?”

      青蛙惊讶地说:“天空就只有这井口这么大,你怎么会从天上来? ”

      The crow says, “The sky is very big. You always stay in the well, so you don’t know the world is big.”

      乌鸦说:“天空很大。只不过你一直呆在井里,所有不知道世界很大。”

      The frog says, “I don’t believe.”

      青蛙说:“我不相信。”

      But the crow says, “You can come out and have a look by yourself.”

      乌鸦说:“你可以出来,自己看看嘛。”

      So the frog comes out from the well. He is very surprised. How big the world is!

      于是青蛙来到井外。他十分惊讶,原来世界这么大!

      词义解析:

      1.frog:青蛙

      2.bottom:底部

      3.well:井

      4.mouth:口

      5.crow:乌鸦

      6.surprised:感到惊讶的

      7.believe:相信

      8.world:世界

      9.go out of:从……出来

      10.as…as:和……一样           ---少儿英语

    以下的链接供学生家长参考:

    少儿英语老师

    少儿英语机构

    少儿英语新信息

    少儿英语论坛

    少儿英语公开课

    少儿英语优惠课程

    少儿英语资料下载

  • 这是我的包It’s My Bag  (少儿英语)

     

      It’s Sunday. There are many people in the bus. And an old man is looking here and there. He wants to find an empty seat. Then he finds one. He goes to it. A small bag is on the seat. And a young man is beside it.

      今天是周末,公共汽车上有许多人。一位老人站在车上到处看,他想要找到一个空的座位。后来他发现了一个,他走了过去。有一个小包在座位上,有一个年轻的男子坐在这个座位的旁边。

      “Is this seat empty?” asks the old man.

      “这个座位有人吗?”老人问道。

      “No, it’s for an old woman. She went to buy some bananas,” says the man. “Well, let me sit here, please, I’ll leave here when she comes back.”

      “有,这是一位老太太的座位。她买香蕉去了。”男子说道。“那么请先让我坐一下吧,等她回来我就会离开。”

      The bus starts. “She hasn’t come, but her bag is here. Let me give her the bag. ” Then the old man throws the bag out.

      公车开动了,“她还没回来,可是她的包还在这里,我把这包还给她吧。”说着老人就把包扔到车外。

      The young man shouts, “Don’t throw it! It’s may bag!”

      年轻男子喊道:“不要扔!那是我的包!”      ---少儿英语

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  • 小猪搬西瓜The pig & Watermelon  (少儿英语)

      

      In spring, the mother pig took the little pig LuLu to the foot of the mountain. They planted some watermelon.

      When summer came, there were many big round watermelons in the field.

      One day, the sun was burning like a fire, it was terribly hot on the ground. The mother pig said to the little pig:" Lulu, go to the field to pick a watermelon back, ok?" Lulu said happily :"Ok! No problem."

      Then he ran to the watermelon field. When he got to the field, he was happy to find so many big green watermelons. He chose one of the biggest watermelon and picked it from the vine. Then he held it with his hands trying to lift is on his shoulder to carry it home.

      "Wow! It's so heavy!" Lulu tried several times, but he failed. And he was socked with sweat. He wiped his sweat off and decided to have a rest.

      Suddenly he saw the monkey Pipi. He was playing with a hoop. Lulu patted his head and said:" I've got it." He thought, the round hoop can roll, the watermelon round too, then it can roll too.He then put the big melon on the ground and rolled it forward quickly.

      At last he got home with the watermelon. The mother pig knew the story, she exclaimed:" My child, you're really clever!"

      小猪搬西瓜

      春天的时候,猪妈妈带着小猪噜噜,在山坡下种了一大片西瓜。到了夏天,西瓜地里结满了又圆又大的西瓜。

      有一天,太阳光火辣辣地照着大地,天啊,可热了。猪妈妈对小猪说:“噜噜,你到咱们的地里摘个大西瓜回来解解渴吧!”小猪噜噜高兴地说:“好吧!”说完就往西瓜地里跑。到了地里一看。呵,到处躺着大西瓜,水灵灵的,真惹人喜爱!噜噜挑了个最大的摘了下来。它双手搂着西瓜,想抱

      抱起来放在肩上扛回家。“哟,好重呀!”噜噜试着抱了几次都没有抱起来,还累得满头大汗。 它直起身来,擦了擦脸上的汗水想休息一下,再去试试抱西瓜。突然,它看到小猴皮皮在山下边的马路上滚铁环玩呢。小猪噜噜一拍后脑勺高兴地说:“有了,我有办法了。”什么办法呢?小猪噜噜心想:铁环是圆的,可以滚动。西瓜也是圆的,不也可以滚动吗?想到这儿啊,小猪噜噜顾不上休息,把大西瓜放在地上。咕噜噜,咕噜噜地向前滚,一直把西瓜滚到家里。

      猪妈妈看到小猪噜噜把又圆又大的西瓜搬回家,夸奖噜噜是个爱动脑筋的猪娃娃!      --少儿英语

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  • 小金鱼 Little Goldfish  (少儿英语)

      I have nine little goldfish .Eight goldfish are all orange and one is black .I like the black one best. We call it Xiao Hei .Its body is black .It has two big and round eyes, a small mouth ,and a big tail. Though it's very small ,it swims fast .

      I often feed them and change water for them. We are good friends .

      我有九条小金鱼。八条金鱼都是桔黄色的,只有一条是黑的。我最喜欢那条黑的。我们叫它小黑。它全身都是黑色的。它有两只又大又圆的眼睛,一张小嘴和一条大尾巴。尽管它非常小,但它却游得很快。我常常去喂它们,给它们换水。我们是好朋友。      ---少儿英语

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  • 铁匠与小狗

    The Blacksmith And Dog  (少儿英语)

     

      Those who will not work deserve to starve.

      A Blacksmith had a little Dog, which used to sleep when his master was at work, but was very wide awake indeed when it was time for meals. One day his master pretended to be disgusted at this, xiaogushi8.com and then he had thrown him a bone as usual, he said, “What on earth is the good of a lazy cur like you?” When I am hammering away at my anvil, you just curl up and go to sleep: but no sooner do I stop for a mouthful of food than you wake up and wag your tail to be fed.

      不卖力工作的人理应挨饿。

      铁匠家有一条小狗,小狗常常在主人打铁时睡觉,但是一到了吃饭时间,便异常清醒起来。有一天,铁匠假装对此很生气,一边像往常一样扔给小狗一块骨头,一边说:“地球上还有像你一样懒惰的坏蛋吗?”你这家伙,总是在我卖力工作时,蜷缩起来睡觉,可是,只要我一停下来吃点东西,你就清醒地摇着尾巴过来讨饭吃。  ---少儿英语

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