《画龙点睛》🐉Finishing Touch 朗读中文成语故事书 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud|慢速跟读训练

画龙之后再点上眼睛。比喻说话写文章,在关键的地方用一二句话点明要旨,使内容更加传神有力。

Close your eyes after drawing the dragon. Write an article in a metaphor, and use one or two sentences to point out the main points in key places to make the content more vivid and powerful.

画龙点睛,汉语成语,读音为huà lóng diǎn jīng。意思是原形容梁代画家张僧繇作画的神妙。后多比喻写文章或讲话时,在关键处用几句话点明实质,使内容更加生动有力。出自唐·张彦远《历代名画记·张僧繇》。

解释出处

唐朝张彦远《历代名画记·张僧繇》:“张僧繇于金陵安乐寺画四龙于壁,不点睛。每曰:“点之即飞去。”人以为诞,固请点之。须臾,雷电破壁,二龙乘云腾去上天,二龙未点眼者皆在。

成语用法

连动式;作主语、谓语、定语、状语;含褒义。多用于说话写作。
近义:锦上添花、点石成金
反义:弄巧成拙、画蛇添足、点金成铁、一语道破、南辕北辙

示例

秦牧《车窗文学欣赏》:然而一个好题目,却常常对作品有~之妙,激发人们阅读的兴趣。

成语造句

1.一个好题目,常常对作品有画龙点睛之妙。
2.有效规划布局,合理使用空间,以小博大,画龙点睛,创造美味家居生活!
3.一套普普通通的住宅可以因为具有一座画龙点睛的楼梯而显得气宇轩昂,灵气逼人。
4.我们写文章要简洁概括,画龙点睛。
5.只有当你做好了准备,一本书才可能起到画龙点睛的作用。
6.这篇散文写的真好,尤其是最后这段,起到了画龙点睛的作用。

成语启示

在说话或写文章时,在关键处用一两句话点明主题,可以使内容更为生动有力。

Add the finishing touch, a Chinese idiom, pronounced huà lóng diǎn jīng. It means the original description of the magic of paintings by Zhang Sengyou, a painter of the Liang Dynasty. Later, when writing an article or speech, use a few sentences to point out the essence of the key points to make the content more vivid and powerful. From Tang·Zhang Yanyuan’s “Famous Paintings in Past Dynasties·Zhang Sengyou”.

Explain the source

Zhang Yanyuan of the Tang Dynasty, “Famous Paintings in Past Dynasties·Zhang Sengyou”: “Zhang Sengyou painted four dragons on the wall at Anle Temple in Jinling, without finishing his eyes. Every time he said: “Just click and fly away.” “People think it’s a birthday, so please order it. After a while, the thunder and lightning breaks through the wall, and the two dragons ride on the clouds to go to the sky. Those who have not clicked the eyes of the two dragons are all there.

Idiom usage

Linking type; as subject, predicate, attributive, adverbial; with commendatory meaning. Mostly used for speaking and writing.
Near meaning: icing on the cake, turning stones into gold
Antisense: self-defeating, superfluous, superfluous, telling the truth, telling the truth, going in the opposite direction

Example

Qin Mu’s “Appreciation of Car Window Literature”: However, a good topic often has a wonderful understanding of the work, which inspires people’s interest in reading.

Idiom in sentence

1. A good topic often has the finishing touch to the work.
2. Effectively plan the layout, use the space rationally, use small and broad, add the finishing touch, and create a delicious home life!
3. An ordinary house can be awe-inspiring and inspiring because it has a finishing staircase.
4. We should write articles concisely and summarize, and add the finishing touch.
5. Only when you are ready, a book may be the finishing touch.
6. This essay is very well written, especially the last paragraph, which is the finishing touch.

Idiom enlightenment

When speaking or writing an article, using one or two sentences to point out the subject at the key points can make the content more vivid and powerful.