《熟能生巧》🎯Practice Makes Perfect 学读中文成语故事书 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud|学说中国话

熟能生巧,汉语成语,拼音是shú néng shēng qiǎo,意思是熟练了就能产生巧办法,好办法。出自《镜花缘》。

Practice makes perfect, a Chinese idiom, pinyin is shú néng shēng qiǎo, which means that when you are proficient, you can produce clever ways, good ways. From “Jing Hua Yuan”.

陈康肃公尧咨善射,当世无双 ,公亦以此自矜。尝射于家圃,有卖油翁释担而立,睨之,久而不去。见其发矢十中八九,但微颔之。

康肃问曰:“汝亦知射乎?吾射不亦精乎?”翁曰:“无他, 但手熟尔。”康肃忿然曰:“尔安敢轻吾射!”翁曰:“以我酌油知之。”乃取一葫芦置于地,以钱覆其口,徐以杓酌油沥之,自钱孔入,而钱不湿。因曰:“我亦无他, 惟手熟尔。”康肃笑而遣之。

译文

陈尧咨擅长射箭,当时世上没有人能和他相比,他也凭着这一点自夸。曾经他曾在自家的园圃里射箭,有个卖油的老翁放下挑着的担子,站在一旁,不在意地斜着眼看他,久久地不离去。老翁见到陈尧咨射出的箭十支能中八九支,他也只不过微微地点点头赞许这情况。

陈尧咨看到了,跑过来问道:“你也会射箭吗?我射箭的本领难道不也很精湛吗?”老翁说:“没有什么别的奥秘,只不过是熟能生巧罢了。”陈尧咨听后愤愤地说:“你怎么敢轻视我射箭的技术!”老翁说:“凭着我倒油的经验就可知道这个道理。”于是老翁取过一个葫芦立放在地上,用铜钱盖在它的口上,慢慢地用勺子把油倒进葫芦,油从铜钱的孔中注进去,却不沾湿铜钱。老人说:“我这点手艺也没有什么别的奥秘,只是熟能生巧罢了。”陈尧咨见此,笑着地将老翁打发走了。

Chen Kangsu was good at shooting at the public, and he was unparalleled in the world, and the public was also proud of himself. Taste shot in the home garden, there are oil sellers who stand to relieve their burdens, and will not go for a long time. Seeing that his hair hits eighty-nine out of ten, he is slightly stunned.

Kang Su asked, “You also know how to shoot? I am not good at shooting?” Weng said: “No one, but hands are familiar.” Kang Su said angrily: “Er’an dare to shoot me lightly!” “I know the oil.” It is to take a gourd and place it on the ground, cover its mouth with money, and Xu Yipiao to drink the oil, enter it from the money hole, and the money is not wet. Because he said: “I don’t have him, but I am familiar with it.” Kang Su smiled and sent him.

Translation

Chen Yaozi was good at archery. No one in the world could compare with him at the time. He also boasted on this. Once he used to shoot arrows in his garden. An old oil seller put down his burden and stood aside, looking at him indifferently, and staying on for a long time. The old man saw that Chen Yaozi shot eight or nine of the ten arrows, and he just nodded slightly to applaud the situation.

Chen Yaozi saw it and ran over and asked: “Do you know how to shoot arrows? Isn’t my archery skill also superb?” The old man said, “There is no other mystery, but practice makes perfect.” Chen Yaozi After hearing this, he said angrily: “How dare you despise my archery skills!” The old man said, “I know this truth from my experience in pouring oil.” So the old man took a gourd and placed it on the ground and covered it with copper coins. On its mouth, slowly pour the oil into the gourd with a spoon, and the oil is poured into the hole of the coin, but it does not wet the coin. The old man said: “I don’t have any other mysteries about my craft, but practice makes perfect.” Chen Yaozi saw this and sent the old man away with a smile.