《塞翁失马》🐎 Blessing in Disguise 学习中文成语故事书 Read Chinese Idiom Story Book|线上中文课

 

塞翁失马,焉知非福,也作塞翁失马,安知非福。比喻一时虽然受到损失,反而因此能得到好处。也指坏事在一定条件下可变为好事,反之亦然。形容人的心态,一定要乐观向上,任何事情都有二面性,不好的一面,有可能向好的一面转化。

If we lose our horses, we know that we are not blessed, and we will lose our horses, and we are not blessed. It is an analogy that although you suffer a loss for a while, you can get benefits because of it. It also means that bad things can turn into good things under certain conditions, and vice versa. To describe a person’s mentality, we must be optimistic. Everything has two sides. The bad side may be transformed into the good side.
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《愚公移山》⛰️Faith Will Move Mountains 中文成语故事解析 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud|免费中文课

 

《愚公移山》是《列子》中的一篇寓言小品文。文章叙述了愚公不畏艰难,坚持不懈,挖山不止,最终感动天帝而将山挪走的故事。

“The Foolish Old Man Moves the Mountain” is a fable essay in “Liezi”. The article narrates the story of Foolish Father, who is not afraid of hardships, perseveres, and digs the mountain, and finally moved the mountain away.
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《掩耳盗铃》🔔Deceive Oneself 学读中文成语故事书 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud|汉语启蒙教育

 

掩耳盗铃,汉语成语,读音为yǎn ěr dào líng,意思是偷铃铛怕别人听见而捂住自己的耳朵。比喻自己欺骗自己,明明掩盖不住的事情偏要想法子掩盖。出自于《吕氏春秋·自知》。

Cover your ears and steal the bell, a Chinese idiom, pronounced yǎn ěr dào líng, meaning to steal a bell and cover your ears for fear of others hearing it. I like to deceive myself, and I have to try to cover up things that I can’t cover up. From “Lu Shi Chunqiu · Self-knowledge”.
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《铁杵磨针》💯Iron Pestle Needle 学读中文成语故事书 Chinese Story Book Read Aloud|中文直播课

 

铁杵磨针,汉语成语,拼音是tiě chǔ mó zhēn ,比喻只要有决心,肯下工夫,多么难的事情也能做成功。出自南宋祝穆的《方舆胜览》。

Tiechu grinding a needle is a Chinese idiom. The pinyin is tiě chǔ mó zhēn. As long as you have determination and work hard, you can succeed in difficult things. From “Fang Yu Sheng Lan” by Zhu Mu in the Southern Song Dynasty.
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《草船借箭》🔰Borrowing Enemy’s Arrows 出自中国古典名著《三国演义》赤壁之战|Chinese Classical Masterpiece

 

草船借箭是中国古典名著《三国演义》中赤壁之战的一个故事。借箭由周瑜故意提出(限十天造十万支箭),机智的诸葛亮一眼识破是一条害人之计,却淡定表示“只需要三天”。后来,有鲁肃帮忙,诸葛亮再利用曹操多疑的性格,调了几条草船诱敌,终于“借”到了十万余支箭。

The Arrow from the Grass Boat is a story about the battle of Chibi in the classic Chinese classic “The Romance of Three Kingdoms”. The arrow was deliberately proposed by Zhou Yu (limited to 100,000 arrows in ten days). The witty Zhuge Liang saw that it was a detrimental trick at a glance, but calmly said that “it only takes three days.” Later, with the help of Lu Su, Zhuge Liang took advantage of Cao Cao’s suspicious character, adjusted a few straw boats to lure the enemy, and finally “borrowed” more than 100,000 arrows.
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