英语小短文雨的故事要翻译 - 三年级英语故事小短文

时间:2018-11-17分类:英语

英语小短文雨的故事要翻译

下雨常给人们带来乐趣,下雨时,可以看雨点(rain drop),雨过天晴后有时能看见天上的彩虹(rainbow)。可是如果降雨量(rainfall)太大,却会造成水灾(floods),今年夏天中国南方许多地方就遭受了百年不遇(once-in-a-century)的特大洪灾,许多人都投入了抗洪斗争(flood-fighting)。不过适量的雨水是有利于植物生长的,热带雨林(tropical rain forest)里就生长着各类植物。

英语中还有许多与雨有关的习语,你可不能不知道:

rain cats and dogs 倾盆大雨

It never rains but it pours.祸不单行

save something for a rainy day 早作准备,以防不时之需

rain or shine 不管天气好坏

关于写人物外貌的一篇英语小短文

There are three people in my family. My father is tall and thin with a pair of glasses. He is 1. 80m. He has round face, short hair...

关于感恩英语短文(60个词左右)

Thanksgiving Day

Fourth Thursday in November

Almost every culture in the world has held celebrations of thanks for a plentiful harvest. The American Thanksgiving holiday began as a feast of thanksgiving in the early days of the American colonies almost four hundred years ago.

In 1620, a boat filled with more than one hundred people sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to settle in the New World(新大陆). This religious group had begun to question the beliefs of the Church of England and they wanted to separate from it. The Pilgrims settled in what is now the state of Massachusetts. Their first winter in the New World was difficult. They had arrived too late to grow many crops, and without fresh food, half the colony died from disease. The following spring the Iroquois Indians(美国纽约州东北部易洛魁族印第安人)taught them how to grow corn, a new food for the colonists. They showed them other crops to grow in the unfamiliar soil and how to hunt and fish.

In the autumn of 1621, bountiful crops of corn, barley(大麦), beans and pumpkins were harvested. The colonists had much to be thankful for, so a feast was planned. They invited the local Indian chief and 90 Indians. The Indians brought deer to roast with the turkeys and other wild game offered by the colonists. The colonists had learned how to cook cranberries and different kinds of corn and squash dishes from the Indians. To this first Thanksgiving, the Indians had even brought popcorn.

In following years, many of the original colonists celebrated the autumn harvest with a feast of thanks.

After the United States became an independent country, Congress recommended one yearly day of thanksgiving for the whole nation to celebrate. George Washington suggested the date November 26 as Thanksgiving Day. Then in 1863, at the end of a long and bloody civil war, Abraham Lincoln asked all Americans to set aside the last Thursday in November as a day of thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday of November, a different date every year. The President must proclaim that date as the official celebration.

Thanksgiving is a time for tradition and sharing. Even if they live far away, family members gather for a reunion at the house of an older relative. All give thanks together for the good things that they have.

In this spirit of sharing, civic groups and charitable organizations offer a traditional meal to those in need, particularly the homeless. On most tables throughout the United States, foods eaten at the first thanksgiving have become traditional.