英语短文朗诵

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英语短文朗诵篇一:英语朗读文章(

(1)The Good Man and the Bad Man

There are two men. They are very different. One is good and one is bad.

One day the good man goes walking in the woods.

He takes some steamed buns with him. He is hungry, so he takes a bun out of his pocket. It drops on the ground and rolls away. The good man looks everywhere.

He cannot find his bun. But he hears a strange little sound.

The good man takes another bun out of his pocket.

He lets it drop on the ground and roll away. He hears the sound again.

The good man follows the sound. He sees a little squirrel.

"Thank you for the delicious buns," says the little squirrel.

"You are welcome." says the good man.

"Because you have such a good heart, I have a present for you," says the little squirrel. The squirrel shows the good man two boxes. One is big and one is little.

"Which one do you want?" asks the squirrel.

"Give me the little one," says the good man.

He takes the box and goes home happily. The good man shows the box to his wife. They open it, and it is full of diamonds and gold.

The bad man hears about the magic box. He wants a box, too.

So he brings some dirty buns from the garbage and puts them in his pocket.

He goes walking in the woods. He drops a dirty bun on the ground and it rolls away. He hears a little sound. The bad man drops another dirty bun on the ground and it rolls away.

He hears the sound again. The bad man follows the sound. He sees a little squirrel. "These buns are terrible!" says the squirrel.

"Just give me a box," says the bad man.

The squirrel shows the bad man two boxes. One is big and one is little.

"Give me the big one," says the man. He takes the big box and goes home.

The bad man shows the box to his wife. They open it and it is not full of diamonds and gold. Ugly ghosts come out. The bad man and woman run away and are scared to death.

(2)The Ice Cream Touch

Tommy loved ice cream. He ate ice cream every day.

He couldn't bear to live without ice cream.

One day. Tommy met a vanilla ice cream-colored rabbit in the woods.

"I have magic power. I can give you one wish," said the rabbit.

"Really? May I? " Tommy was surprised. "Yes," said the rabbit.

" I wish everything I touch would be ice cream," Tommy said.

"Good. This is a magic pill. After you eat it, your wish will come true," said the rabbit. The next morning, Tommy took the pill. He wondered what would happen next. He touched his red pillow. It became ice cream.

He took a bite, he found it was delicious!

Tommy was very excited. He touched all the things in his room.

Now he had an ice cream bed, an ice cream quilt, and an ice cream desk.

"The magic is real!" he shouted.

He touched his white pants and red shirts. They became ice cream!

Now Tommy was a little upset. He couldn't get dressed. He started to cry.

Guess what? They were ice cream tears.

Then Tommy heard a sound.

It was Mimi, his pure white little cat.

Mimi was Tommy's best friend. Tommy cuddled his cat.

"Oh, no!" His best friend also became ice cream.

At that moment, the vanilla ice cream-colored rabbit showed up.

The rabbit looked at all the ice cream and asked, "What happened? You look so sad," Tommy cried louder.

"Please help me. I don't want any ice cream! I just want my cat back!"

"Well, OK," said the rabbit,

"Now I will give you another wish. Touch things with your right hand and they will return to their original form."

Tommy stopped crying.

He touched Mimi with his right hand. Mimi was pure white again and leaned against him. Tommy was so happy!

Then he touched all his things. Very soon, there was no more ice cream.

Now Tommy still loved ice cream.

He still ate ice cream every day, but he made a wish in his heart:

"I wish I never see that vanilla ice cream-colored rabbit ever again!"

(3)Footprints

Lionel was sitting in the kitchen reading a book.

Louise came in holding a jar of tadpoles.

She slowly climbed the stairs and put the tadpoles in her room.

"There," she said. "Safe and sound."

When she turned around, she saw muddy footprints on the rug.

She followed them down the stairs and through the hall to the kitchen.

"Lionel," she shouted, "why didn’t you tell me my sneakers were dirty?" Lionel looked up. "I wasn’t watching," he said. Louise sighed.

"I’ll have to clean this up fast. Father and Mother will be home soon. They are just across the street."

She filled a pail with soap and water. Then she got the mop and the sponge.

Lionel watched her. He knew how Louise must feel. It was not a good feeling. "I’ll help you," he said.

"Really?" said Louise. "Thanks. I’ll do the kitchen. You start in the hall."

Lionel scrubbed the carpet. The footprints spread into brown smudges. Lionel rubbed harder. The smudges got bigger.

Louise finished in the kitchen. She came out to see how Lionel was doing.

"Arrrgh!" she screamed.

"Well, I’m not done yet," said Lionel.

"I can see that," said Louise.

She took the sponge from Lionel. Then she rubbed really hard.

She squeezed the dirty sponge into the pail again and again.

Lionel got fresh water from the kitchen three times.

When they finished the last footprint, Louise let out a deep sigh. Then she turned around. "Oh no!" she cried. "Look at the wall!"

Lionel looked. His fingerprints were everywhere.

" I’ll get more water," he said quickly.

"No, no," said Louise. "Don’t move."

She ran for some towels and fresh water. Then she scrubbed and cleaned and scrubbed some more.

Lionel held the dirty towels.

Finally she was done. Louise slumped into a chair.

"Where should I put the towels?" Lionel asked.

" I’ll take them," said Louise. "Why don’t you go out and play?"

"Are you sure?" Lionel asked.

Louise nodded. "I’m sure. I’m positive! Thanks for your help, Lionel. But, please…Go!" "Okay," he said.

He was glad he had helped Louise. Maybe he would try it more often.

英语短文朗诵篇二:英语朗诵美文

Love Your Life

However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names. It is not so bad as you are. It looks poorest when you are richest. The faultfinder will find faults in paradise. Love your life, poor as it is. You may perhaps have some pleasant, thrilling, glorious hours, even in a poorhouse. The setting sun is reflected from the windows of the alms-house as brightly as from the rich man's abode; the snow melts before its door as early in the spring. I do not see but a quiet mind may live as contentedly there, and have as cheering thoughts, as in a palace. The town's poor seem to me often to live the most independent lives of any. May be they are simply great enough to receive without misgiving. Most think that they are above being supported by the town; but it often happens that they are not above supporting themselves by dishonest means. Which should be more disreputable. Cultivate poverty like a garden herb, like sage. Do not trouble yourself much to get new things, whether clothes or friends, Turn the old, return to them. Things do not change; we change. Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts.

英语短文朗诵篇三:英语小短文朗诵

Sunshine(阳光)

Sunshine is not only from the sun but also from our hearts.

阳光不止来自太阳,也来自我们的心。

Having sunshine in heart we can see the bright side of the world. 心里有阳光,我们可以看到世界美好的一面。

Having sunshine in heart we will treat each other heart to heart.

心里有阳光,我们将以诚相待。

The heart of sunshine, even in a sad day, will remain the warmth and enthusiasm.

心里有阳光,即使在悲伤的日子,也会保留温暖和热情。

Only with a heart of sunshine can we improve the quality of our lives. 只有心有阳光我们才能提升生命的品质。

Be self-confident, tolerant and grateful; let the heart of sunshine light every little things of life.

自信、宽容、感恩吧!让心里的阳光照亮生活中的点点滴滴! The heart of sunshine makes the life of sunshine.

阳光的心造就阳光的人生

sunshine ['s?n?a?n] 阳光

bright [bra?t] 美好的

enthusiasm. [?n'θju?z??z(?)m] 热情

quality ['kw?l?t?] 质量

When You Are Old(当你老了)

When you are old and grey and full of sleep,

当你老了(来自:www.cablewaterski.cn 蒲公 英文 摘:英语短文朗诵),白发苍苍,睡意昏沉,

And nodding by the fire, take down this book,

在炉火旁打盹,请取下这本部诗歌,

And slowly read, and dream of the soft look,

慢慢读,回想你过去眼神的柔和

Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep;

回想它们曾经浓重的阴影;

How many loved your moments of glad grace,

多少人曾爱你年轻欢畅的时候

And loved your beauty with love false or true,

出于假意或真心,爱慕你的美丽,

But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you,

只有一个人爱你那虔诚的灵魂

And loved the sorrows of your changing face;

爱你苍老脸上的痛苦

And bending down beside the glowing bars,

俯身在火光闪耀的炉火旁

Murmur, a little sadly, how love fled,

凄然的低语,爱如何消逝

And paced upon the mountains overhead,

爱已踱步登上头顶的山峦

And hid his face amid a crowd of stars.

将他的脸盘隐没群星之中

shadow ['??d??] 阴影 murmur ['m??m?]低语

pilgrim ['p?lgr?m]朝圣者

What Is Time?(时间是什么?)

Time is grain for peasants.

对农民来说,时间就是粮食。

Time is wealth for workers.

对工人来说,时间就是财富。

Time is life for doctors.

对于医生来说,时间就是生命。

Time is victory for soldiers.

对于军人来说,时间就是胜利。

Time is knowledge for students.

对于学生来说,时间就是知识。

Time is speed for scientists.

对于科学家来说,时间就是速度。

Time is money for businessmen.

对于商人来说,时间就是金钱。

Time is everything for all of us.

对我们大家来说,时间就是一切。

Therefore, seize the time of today.

因此,把握今天!

grain [gre?n] 粮食 wealth [welθ]财富 victory ['v?kt(?)r?] seize [si?z] 抓住

胜利

Just for Today(就为了今天)

Just for today I will try to live through this day only and not tackle my whole life problem at once.

就为了今天,我将尽力只度过今天而不立刻去解决终生的问题

I can do something for twelve hours that would appall me if I had to keep it up for a lifetime.

对一件令我胆寒而又必须坚持一辈子的事,我只能坚持十二个小时。 Just for today I will adjust myself to what is, and not try to adjust everything to my own desires. I will take my “luck” as it comes.

就为了今天,我会调整自己去适应事物的本质,而不是想方设法使每件事满足自己的欲望。当机会来的时候我会抓住它。

Just for today I will try to strengthen my mind.就为了今天,我会尽力心强志坚。

I will study. I will learn something useful. I will not be a mental loafer. 我会学习,学一些有用的东西。我不会做一个精神上的流浪汉。 I will read something that requires effort, thought and concentration. 我会读一些需要努力、思考和集中精力的东西。

tackle ['t?k(?)l] 解决;处理

appall [?'p?l] 使胆寒;使惊骇

adjust [?'d??st] 调整

desire [d?'za??] 欲望,渴望

strengthen ['stre?θ(?)n] 加强

Where There Is a Way There Is a Will(有志者事竟成)

The secret of success is not money but a strong will.

成功的秘诀不是金钱而是一个坚强的意志。

A great man is one who has a strong will and an indomitable spirit. 一个大人物是一个具有坚强意志和不屈不挠精神的人

In other words, if a man does not have a strong will to win the final victory, he will never succeed in his life. He is no more than a loser.

换言之,如果一个人没有坚强的意志去获得最后的胜利,他终其一生都不会成功。他只不过是个失败者。

It is quite obvious that there is nothing difficult in the world, if you make up your mind to do it, you will certainly accomplish your end.

很明显,世界上并没有难事。如果你肯下决心去做它,你一定会达到目的。

Indomitable [?n'd?m?t?b(?)l] 不折不挠的 obvious ['?bv??s] 明显的 Accomplish [?'kɑmpl??] 完成, 实现,达到

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