Tuyển tập truyện cổ tích Tiếng Anh

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Đọc truyện viết bằng Tiếng Anh cũng là một cách hay để nâng cao trình độ của mình. Không chỉ nâng cao kỹ năng đọc, các bạn cũng sẽ học tập được cách viết, từ vựng và ngữ pháp giúp ích cho việc viết luận hay làm bài viết Tiếng Anh.

The Beetle who went on his Travels
There was once an Emperor who had a horse shod with gold. He had a golden shoe on each foot, and why was this? He was a beautiful creature, with slender legs, bright, intelligent eyes, and a mane that hung down over his neck like a veil. He had carried his master through fire and smoke in the battle-field, with the bullets whistling round him; he had kicked and bitten, and taken part in the fight, when the enemy advanced; and, with his master on his back, he had dashed over the fallen foe, and saved the golden crown and the Emperor's life, which was of more value than the brightest gold. This is the reason of the Emperor's horse wearing golden shoes.

A beetle came creeping forth from the stable, where the farrier had been shoeing the horse. "Great ones, first, of course," said he, "and then the little ones; but size is not always a proof of greatness." He stretched out his thin leg as he spoke.

"And pray what do you want?" asked the farrier.

"Golden shoes," replied the beetle.

"Why, you must be out of your senses," cried the farrier. "Golden shoes for you, indeed!"

"Yes, certainly; golden shoes," replied the beetle. "Am I not just as good as that great creature yonder, who is waited upon and brushed, and has food and drink placed before him? And don't I belong to the royal stables?"

"But why does the horse have golden shoes?" asked the farrier; "of course you understand the reason?"

"Understand! Well, I understand that it is a personal slight to me," cried the beetle. "It is done to annoy me, so I intend to go out into the world and seek my fortune."

"Go along with you," said the farrier.

"You're a rude fellow," cried the beetle, as he walked out of the stable; and then he flew for a short distance, till he found himself in a beautiful flower garden, all fragrant with roses and lavender. The lady-birds, with red and black shells on their backs, and delicate wings, were flying about, and one of them said, "Is it not sweet and lovely here? Oh, how beautiful everything is."

"I am accustomed to better things," said the beetle. "Do you call this beautiful? Why, there is not even a dung heap." Then he went on, and under the shadow of a large haystack he found a caterpillar crawling along. "How beautiful this world is!" said the caterpillar. "The sun is so warm, I quite enjoy it. And soon I shall go to sleep, and die as they call it, but I shall wake up with beautiful wings to fly with, like a butterfly."

"How conceited you are!" exclaimed the beetle. "Fly about as a butterfly, indeed! what of that. I have come out of the Emperor's stable, and no one there, not even the Emperor's horse, who, in fact, wears my cast-off golden shoes, has any idea of flying, excepting myself. To have wings and fly! why, I can do that already;" and so saying, he spread his wings and flew away. "I don't want to be disgusted," he said to himself, "and yet I can't help it." Soon after, he fell down upon an extensive lawn, and for a time pretended to sleep, but at last fell asleep in earnest.

Suddenly a heavy shower of rain came falling from the clouds. The beetle woke up with the noise and would have been glad to creep into the earth for shelter, but he could not. He was tumbled over and over with the rain, sometimes swimming on his stomach and sometimes on his back; and as for flying, that was out of the question. He began to doubt whether he should escape with his life, so he remained, quietly lying where he was. After a while the weather cleared up a little, and the beetle was able to rub the water from his eyes, and look about him. He saw something gleaming, and he managed to make his way up to it. It was linen which had been laid to bleach on the grass.

He crept into a fold of the damp linen, which certainly was not so comfortable a place to lie in as the warm stable, but there was nothing better, so he remained lying there for a whole day and night, and the rain kept on all the time. Towards morning he crept out of his hiding place, feeling in a very bad temper with the climate. Two frogs were sitting on the linen, and their bright eyes actually glistened with pleasure.

"Wonderful weather this," cried one of them, "and so refreshing. This linen holds the water together so beautifully, that my hind legs quiver as if I were going to swim."

"I should like to know," said another, "If the swallow who flies so far in her many journeys to foreign lands, ever met with a better climate than this. What delicious moisture! It is as pleasant as lying in a wet ditch. I am sure any one who does not enjoy this has no love for his fatherland."

"Have you ever been in the Emperor's stable?" asked the beetle. "There the moisture is warm and refreshing; that's the climate for me, but I could not take it with me on my travels. Is there not even a dunghill here in this garden, where a person of rank, like myself, could take up his abode and feel at home?" But the frogs either did not or would not understand him.

"I never ask a question twice," said the beetle, after he had asked this one three times, and received no answer. Then he went on a little farther and stumbled against a piece of broken crockery ware, which certainly ought not to have been lying there. But as it was there, it formed a good shelter against wind and weather to several families of earwigs who dwelt in it. Their requirements were not many, they were very sociable, and full of affection for their children, so much so that each mother considered her own child the most beautiful and clever of them all.

"Our dear son has engaged himself," said one mother, "dear innocent boy; his greatest ambition is that he may one day creep into a clergyman's ear. That is a very artless and lovable wish; and being engaged will keep him steady. What happiness for a mother!"

"Our son," said another, "had scarcely crept out of the egg, when he was off on his travels. He is all life and spirits, I expect he will wear out his horns with running. How charming this is for a mother, is it not Mr. Beetle?" for she knew the stranger by his horny coat.

Các bạn có thể tham khảo tài liệu bằng cách tải bản đầy đủ một cách hoàn toàn miễn phí tại phần đính kèm bên dưới.
Chúc các bạn học tốt :)

 

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Phương pháp tiếng Anh thần kỳ – Mở ra tương lai tươi sáng cho bạn


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Tôi sẽ nhắc lại cho các bạn hiểu rõ thêm một lần nữa đó là phương pháp này đang rất phổ biến và hiệu quả. Đã có hơn 150.000 đang theo học và chờ đợi tiếp phần II . Đây là một trong những phương pháp dễ hiểu thiết thực và từng bước giúp bạn làm chủ Tiếng Anh trong 2 năm với bốn kỹ năng: Nghe-Nói-Đọc-Viết .

Có 5 điều mà Phương pháp tiếng Anh thần kỳ đã dạy cho tôi và các bạn có thể rèn luyện :

1. Bạn có thể sử dụng chương trình để trở thành Master English .

2. Bạn sẽ không phải học theo một cách truyền thống .

3. Bạn có thể khơi dậy được niềm đam mê và kiên trì ngồi học với Tiếng Anh mỗi ngày .

4. Bạn có thể lên kế hoạch thời gian để tự học ở nhà .

5. Không tốn quá nhiều các chi phí vào các trung tâm và thuê các giáo viên bản ngữ vv…


Thông tin chi tiết cũng như cách tải tài liệu full cho phương pháp thì các bạn search google với từ khóa “CÁCH HỌC TIẾNG ANH THẦN KỲ” nhé. Vì đây là phương pháp rất hiệu quả nên mình muốn share cho tất cả mọi người được biết. Thank for reading!
 

hien05x2a

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Học tiếng anh qua truyện thì mình nghĩ bộ English Graded Reader rất phù hợp cho nhiều trình độ, giọng được gồm cả Anh-Anh và Anh-Mỹ
Mình tìm thấy link tải ở đây
Mã:
http://www.cachhoctienganhthankidanhchothieunhi.com/tieng-anh/phuong-phap-tieng-anh-than-ky/
 
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