《小马过河》🐎Pony Crosses The River|中文儿童故事书 Chinese Story Book for Kids

 

《小马过河》是浙江瑞安中小学教师彭文席先生创作的寓言(童话)故事,原载于1955年11月《新少年报》(《中国儿童报》前身)。

“Little Horse Crossing the River” is a fable (fairy tale) created by Mr. Peng Wenxi, a teacher of Ruian Primary and Middle School in Zhejiang Province. It was originally published in “New Youth Daily” (the predecessor of “China Children’s Daily”) in November 1955.
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《小燕子找雨》🐦Little Swallow Looks for Rain|中文故事绘本朗读 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud

 

听一篇优美的童话,陪伴孩子进入梦乡。这些睡眠故事是我们精心选编的一套3岁以上的睡前童话故事。这里的每一篇童话和故事都非常生动有趣,而且大部分是获奖的名篇名作,对孩子的成长很有益处。

Listen to a beautiful fairy tale and accompany your children to sleep. These sleep stories are a set of fairy tales before going to bed for over 3 years old carefully selected by us. Every fairy tale and story here is very lively and interesting, and most of them are award-winning masterpieces, which are very beneficial to the growth of children.
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《小猪的新帽子》🐷Piggy’s New Hat|妈妈讲故事 睡前故事 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud at Home

 

绘本(Picture Book),顾名思义就是「画出来的书」。整本书以图画为主,可以连贯成为单一完整故事的称为绘本。简单来说,只要把整本书的文字全部拿掉,读者光靠整本书的图还可以知道整本书的故事内容在说什么,才可以被称做为绘本。

A picture book, simply put, as long as the text of the entire book is removed, the reader can know what the story of the entire book is saying only by relying on the pictures of the entire book, and it can be called a picture book.
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在中文句子中添加时间和地点的规则 Rules for adding time and place in Chinese|汉语学习

 

添加时间和地点的直接规则

在汉语中,某事发生、正在发生或将要发生的时间出现在句首或紧接主语之后。

Straightforward rules for adding time and place

In Chinese, the time at which something happened, is happening, or will happen appears at the beginning of the sentence or immediately following the subject.
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中文语序 Chinese Word Order 主语-动词-宾语 subject-verb-object|学汉语 Learn Chinese

 

直观的主语-动词-宾语词顺序

在最基本的层面上,汉语的句子结构与英语惊人地相似。和英语一样,许多基本的汉语句子都使用主语-动词或主语-动词-宾语结构。比如说

Straightforward subject-verb-object word order

At the most basic level, Chinese sentence structure is surprisingly similar to English. As in English, many basic Chinese sentences use a subject-verb or subject-verb-object structure. For example:
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