《乌鸦喝水》💦Crow Drinks Water 学读中文故事书 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud|儿童汉语读物

《乌鸦喝水》是一个伊索寓言故事,通过讲述一只乌鸦喝水的故事,告诉人们遇到困难不要放弃。要运用身边可以利用到的任何东西帮助自己,发挥自己的聪明才智。要有突破精神,不达到目的不放弃的精神。在一次次的坚持过后,总会看到胜利的曙光。

“The Crow Drinks Water” is a fable of Aesop. By telling the story of a crow drinking water, it tells people not to give up when encountering difficulties, and to use whatever is available around them to help themselves and give full play to their ingenuity. You must have the spirit of breakthrough, and the spirit of not giving up until you reach your goal. After persisting again and again, you will always see the dawn of victory.

公元前6世纪,古希腊寓言家伊索,通过流传的民间故事,加上自己的一些独特的经历和写作经验,再经过加工创作了具有讽刺性质的动物故事,为了教人为人处世和做人的道理,因此创作了乌鸦喝水这个故事。《乌鸦喝水》教导孩子们要认真思考问题,并鼓励孩子们要努力成为像那只乌鸦那样聪明的人才。

In the 6th century BC, the ancient Greek fabler Aesop, through the spread of folk tales, plus some of his own unique experience and writing experience, and then processed and created satirical animal stories, in order to teach people how to behave and be human. Reason, so the story of the crow drinking water was created. “The Crow Drinks Water” teaches children to think carefully about problems and encourages them to work hard to become as smart as the crow.

作品原文

一只乌鸦口渴了,它在低空盘旋着找水喝。找了很久,它才发现不远处有一个水瓶,便高兴地飞了过去,稳稳地停在水瓶口,准备痛快地喝水了。可是,水瓶里水太少了,瓶口又小,瓶颈又长,乌鸦的嘴无论如何也够不着水。这可怎么办呢?
乌鸦想,把水瓶撞倒,就可以喝到水了。于是,它从高空往下冲,猛烈撞击水瓶。可是水瓶太重了,乌鸦用尽全身的力气,水瓶仍然纹丝不动。
乌鸦一气之下,从不远处叼来一块石子,朝着水瓶砸下去。它本想把水瓶砸坏之后饮水,没想到石子不偏不倚,“扑通”一声正好落进了水瓶里。
乌鸦飞下去,看到水瓶一点儿都没破。细心的乌鸦发现,石子沉入瓶底,里面的水好像比原来高了一些。
“有办法了,这下我能喝到水了。”乌鸦非常高兴,它“哇哇”大叫着开始行动起来。它叼来许多石子,把它们一块一块地投到水瓶里。随着石子的增多,水瓶里的水也一点儿一点儿地慢慢向上升……
终于,水瓶里的水快升到瓶口了,而乌鸦总算可以喝到水了。他站在水瓶口,喝着甘甜可口的水,心里是那么痛快、舒畅。

作者简介

伊索(公元前620年~公元前560年),公元前6世纪古希腊著名的寓言家,与克雷洛夫、拉·封丹和莱辛并称世界四大寓言家。他曾是萨摩斯岛雅德蒙家的奴隶,曾被转卖多次.但因知识渊博,聪颖过人,最后获得自由。之后,伊索开始环游世界,为人们讲述他的寓言故事,受到古希腊人民的喜爱。

公元前5世纪末,“伊索”这个名字已是古希腊人尽皆知的名字了,当时的古希腊寓言都归在他的名下。伊索并没有写下他的寓言,他完全凭记忆口授。现在常见的《伊索寓言传》,是后人根据拜占庭僧侣普拉努得斯搜集的寓言以及后来陆陆续续发现的古希腊寓言传抄本编订的。其中大多以动物为主:有的用豺狼、狮子等比喻人间权贵,揭露其残暴的一面;有的则总结人们的生活经验,教人处世原则。其形式简洁、精练,内容隽永,寓深奥含义于浅显生动的语言中,颇耐人寻味。

Original Works

A crow was thirsty, and it hovered at low altitude looking for water to drink. After searching for a long time, it found a water bottle not far away, and flew over happily, stopped firmly at the mouth of the water bottle, and was ready to drink water happily. However, there was too little water in the water bottle, the mouth of the bottle was small, the bottleneck was long, and the crow’s mouth could not reach the water anyway. what should I do?
The crow thought, knock over the water bottle, and you can drink water. So, it rushed down from a high altitude and violently hit the water bottle. But the water bottle was too heavy, and the crow exhausted all its strength, and the water bottle remained motionless.
Angrily, the crow took a stone from not far away and slammed it down towards the water bottle. It wanted to drink the water after smashing the water bottle, but it did not expect that the stone was impartial and fell into the water bottle with a “plop”.
The crow flew down and saw that the water bottle was not broken at all. The careful crow found that the stone sank into the bottom of the bottle, and the water inside seemed to be higher than before.
“There is a way, now I can drink water.” The crow was very happy, and it started to act with a “wow” yelling. It took many stones and threw them into the water bottle one by one. As the stones increase, the water in the water bottle slowly rises gradually…
Finally, the water in the water bottle almost rose to the mouth of the bottle, and the crow could finally drink the water. He stood at the mouth of the water bottle, drinking the sweet and delicious water, feeling so happy and comfortable in his heart.

About the Author

Aesop (620 BC ~ 560 BC), a famous allegor in ancient Greece in the 6th century BC, and Krylov, La Fontaine, and Lessing are known as the world’s four greatest allegors. He was a slave of the Yadmund family on Samos and was resold many times. But because of his knowledge and intelligence, he was finally free. After that, Aesop began to travel the world, telling his fables to people, and was loved by the people of ancient Greece.

At the end of the 5th century BC, the name “Aesop” was already well-known to the ancient Greeks, and all the ancient Greek fables at that time belonged to him. Aesop did not write his fables, he dictated them entirely from memory. The now common “Aesop’s Fables” was compiled by later generations based on the fables collected by the Byzantine monk Pranudes and the manuscripts of ancient Greek fables discovered one after another. Most of them are mainly animals: some use jackals, lions, etc. as metaphors for human powers to expose their cruel side; some summarize people’s life experience and teach people the principles of life. Its form is concise and concise, and its content is timeless. It embodies profound meaning in simple and vivid language, which is quite intriguing.