带翻译英文版安徒生童话故事5篇

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  随着我们生活质量的提高,现在许多父母越来越注重好孩子们的语言发展,让孩子可以说多种语言。下面就是小编给大家带来的5篇英文童话故事,希望能帮助到大家!

  英文童话故事1

  An old woman had a cat. The cat was very old; she could not run quickly, and she could not bite, because she was so old. One day the old cat saw a mouse; she jumped and caught the mouse. But she could not bite it; so the mouse got out of her mouth and ran away, because the cat could not bite it.

  Then the old woman became very angry because the cat had not killed the mouse. She began to hit the cat. The cat said, "Do not hit your old servant. I have worked for you for many years, and I would work for you still, but I am too old. Do not be unkind to the old, but remember what good work the old did when they were young."

  一位老妇有只猫,这只猫很老,它跑不快了,也咬不了东西,因为它年纪太大了。一天,老猫发现一只老鼠,它跳过去抓这只老鼠,然而,它咬不住这只老鼠。因此,老鼠从它的嘴边溜掉了,因为老猫咬不了它。

  于是,老妇很生气,因为老猫没有把老鼠咬死。她开始打这只猫,猫说:“不要打你的老仆人,我已经为你服务了很多年,而且还愿意为你效劳,但是,我实在太老了,对年纪大的不要这么无情,要记住老年人在年青时所做过的有益的事情。”

  英文童话故事2

  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 come 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 come and live in the city. You would live in a nice house made of stone. You would have nice food to eat. You must come 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 coming!" 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."

  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:“你一定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己的家里。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?你应该搬到城里去住,你能住上用石头造的漂亮房子,还会吃上美味佳肴,你应该到我城里的家看看。”

  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。可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。”

  英文童话故事3

  Little Robert asked his mother for two cents. "What did you do with the money I gave you yesterday?"

  "I gave it to a poor old woman," he answered.

  "You're a good boy," said the mother proudly. "Here are two cents more. But why are you so interested in the old woman?"

  "She is the one who sells the candy."

  小罗伯特向妈妈要两分钱。

  “昨天给你的钱干什么了?”

  “我给了一个可怜的老太婆,”他回答说。 “你真是个好孩子,”妈妈骄傲地说。“再给你两分钱。可你为什么对那位老太太那么感兴趣呢?”

  “她是个卖糖果的。”

  要想让孩子培养学习英语的兴趣,那么家长就要和孩子一起学习。平时可以教孩子常英语歌曲,还可以通过用英语讲故事的方法来让孩子产生兴趣。只要养成良好的学习习惯,相信不久的将来,孩子的英语能力一定能得到很大的进步。

  英文童话故事4

  A wolf was almost dead with hunger. A house-dog saw him, and asked, "Friend, your irregular life will soon ruin you.

  "Why don't you work steadily as I do, and get your food regularly?"

  "I would have no objection," said the wolf, "if I could only get a place." "I will help you," said the dog. "Come with me to my master, and you shall share my work."

  So the wolf and the dog went to the town together.

  On the way the wolf saw that there was no hair around the dog's neck.

  He felt quite surprised, and asked him why it was like that?

  "Oh, it is nothing," said the dog. "Every night my master puts a collar around my neck and chains me up. You will soon get used to it."

  "Is that the only reason?" said the wolf. "Then good-bye to you, my friend. I would rather be free."

  一只狼快要饿死了,一只狗看见后问他:“你现在的无规律的生活一定会毁掉你,为什么不像我一样稳定地干活并有规律地获得食物呢?”

  狼说:“如果我有个地方住,我没有意见.”狗回答说:“跟我到主人那里去,我们一起工作.”于是狼和狗一起回到了村子.

  在路上,狼注意到狗的脖子上有一圈没有毛,他很奇怪地问为什么会那样.

  “噢,没有什么,”狗说,“我的主人每天晚上都用一条铁链子拴住我,你很快就会习惯的.”“就是因为这个原因吗?”狼说道,“那么,再见了,我的朋友,我宁愿选择自由.”

  英文童话故事5

  Many many years ago, in the State of Song, there was a city gate. Outside the gate was a moat with fishes that lived a quiet and happy life there. One day the tower above the city gate caught fire and the people of the city were alarmed. Even the fishes in the moat could hear the gone. "What's the noise about?" the fishes wondered. "I must go and find out," said one curious black carp. When he saw the tower on fire, he hurried back to tell hismates1. "Swim all you could! Swim all you could! Swim for life!" He cried to his fellow-fishes. "The city gate is burning!" So all the fishes except the carps started to swim away. Onearrogant2 carp even laughed at the other fishes. "Don't laugh," said the kind black carp. "You really ought to swim away, too, in good time." "Why should I?" asked the arrogant carp. "It's only their city gate on fire, what's it got to do with me in the water?" The fire spread very fast and the firemen had used up all the water in the city. But it was still burning. So they fetched waster from the moat. At long last, the fire was put out, but the moat had also gone dry, leaving a few sorry carps in theirdying3 struggle. This tale likens the city gate fire to disasters that do not seem to concern us but that can spread and involve even the innocent4.

  很久很久以前,宋国有一座城池。城外有一条河,河中的鱼群生活的十分安定愉快。 有一天,城楼失火了,火警的钟声穿到了水中。 “为什么这么吵闹呢?”一条鱼问道,“我们得去看看!”好奇的青鱼已经先游去去查看了,当它看到城楼失火时,他急忙回来告诉他的同伴,“着火了,城楼失火了,快点叫他们逃命吧!” 所有的鱼都逃命去了,只有一条鲤鱼在嘲笑他们。青鱼对他说:“还不快逃命,还在这里笑什么?” “我为什么要逃,城楼失火了又不会蔓延到水中,我为什么要走呢?”鲤鱼回答。城中的水很快就用完了,火还没有扑灭,于是,人们都来护城河中取水救火。 火终于扑灭了,可是河也干涸了,只余下几条可怜的鲤鱼在河床上作垂死的挣扎。城门失火比喻因牵连而受祸害或损失。