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儿童双语故事-聪明的小裁缝(二)

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    那天晚上,公主听见熊吼得很凶,心里想:熊一定把小裁缝干掉了,高兴地吼叫呢!第二天早晨,公主放心了,高高兴兴地起了床,但她到兽棚子一看,只见小裁缝得意洋洋地站在那里,安然无恙。

So that evening our young friend was taken down to the bear's den. And sure enough, the bear at once advanced on the little fellow, meaning to welcome him with a good swipe of his paw. "Not so fast, not so fast," said the young tailor, "I'll soon take the steam out of you." And in leisurely manner, as if he were quite unconcerned, he took some walnuts out of his pocket, cracked them open with his teeth and ate the kernels. When the bear saw this, his appetite was whetted and he wanted some nuts as well. The young tailor put his hand in his pocket and held out some to him: these, however, weren't nuts but pebbles. The bear stuck them in his mouth, but couldn't crack a single one of them, bite as he might. Goodness me, what a booby I am, thought the bear, I can't even crack nuts. And he said to the young tailor: "Hey, crack these nuts for me!" "There now, what a fellow you are!" said the tailor. "A big muzzle like that and you can't even crack a little nut!" And he took the stones, but nimbly put a nut into his mouth instead, and crack! He bit open the shell. "I must try that again," said the bear. "To look at you doing it, you'd think I'd find it easy." So the young tailor gave him another lot of pebbles, and the bear worked away at them, biting for dear life. But as you may imagine, they were more than he could crack. After this, the young tailor pulled out a fiddle from under his coat and began playing a tune on it. When the bear heard the music, he couldn't help himself and began to dance, and when he'd danced for a little he found himself enjoying it so much that he said to the tailor. "Tell me, is it difficult to play the fiddle?" "It's child's play: look, my left hand fingers the strings, my right hand scrapes away at them with the bow, and out comes a merry noise, tralala." "Then I could dance whenever I liked. What do you say to that? Will you give me lessons?" "I'll be delighted to," said the tailor, "If you have the skill for it. but let's have a look at your paws: they're a mighty length, I'll have to pare your nails down a bit." So a vice was fetched, and the bear held out his paws, but the young tailor screwed them in tightly and said: "Now wait till I get the scissors." So saying, he left the bear to stand there and growl, lay down in the corner on a pile of straw and went to sleep.

The princess, hearing the bear growl so loudly that night, assumed that he must be growling with satisfaction, having made an end of the tailor. In the morning she got up feeling very pleased and not worried at all, but when she took a look at the stable there was the young tailor standing outside it cock-a-hoop and safe and sound. So then there was nothing more she could say, because she'd publicly promised to marry him; and the king sent for a carriage to take her and the tailor to church to be married. As they drove off, the other two tailors, who were false-hearted and envied him his good fortune, went into the stable and unscrewed the bear. The bear in a great rage charged off in pursuit of the carriage. The princess heard him growling and snorting and cried out in terror: "Oh, the bear's after us, he's coming to get you!" With great presence of mind the tailor stood on his head, stuck his legs out of the window and shouted: "Do you see this vice? If you don't clear off I'll screw you back into it." When the bear saw that, he turned round and ran away. Our young friend then drove on to the church as calm as you like, and the princess gave him her hand at the altar, and he lived with her as happy as a woodlark. There's a fine of three marks for anyone who doesn't believe this story.

到了晚上,小裁缝被带到熊笼里。熊马上向他猛扑过来要用它那有力的脚掌来好好欢迎它的客人。“慢慢来!慢慢来!”小裁缝说,“我一会儿就会叫你安静下来的!”他好像一点儿也没有担心害怕的样子,逍遥自在地从衣袋里拿出几个核桃,咬开后,吃着核桃仁。熊看见小裁缝吃,被激起了食欲,也想吃。小裁缝把手伸进衣袋里,拿出一把交给熊。但是这不是核桃,而是鹅卵石。熊把石头放进嘴里,不论怎样用力,却一个也咬不开。哎呀呀!我真是个废物,连个核桃都咬不动了!熊心里想着,就对小裁缝说:“喂,你帮我把这核桃咬开!”“你看看你,真是个没用的家伙!那么大的一张嘴,连一个小核桃都咬不开!”小裁缝说着,把石头接过来,敏捷地换了个核桃放进嘴里,嘎嘣一下子把核桃咬开。熊说,“看你做得如此轻巧,我一定要再试试!”于是,小裁缝又给熊一些鹅卵石。熊用尽力气去咬,你可想而知,它是怎么也咬不开的。这件事就这样过去了。小裁缝从衣裳里拿出一把小提琴,拉了一支曲子。熊听见音乐声,情不自禁地跳起舞来。跳了一会儿,它发现自己太喜欢这玩意了,于是就对小裁缝说:“老实告诉我,拉小提琴难学吗?”小裁缝说:“这非常容易。你看,左手指按上琴弦,右手拉着琴弓。就这么一拉,美妙的音乐就出来了!”“就这么拉吗?”熊说,“那我高兴的时候就可以跳舞了。你看怎么样?你能教教我吗?”“我乐意效力!”小裁缝说,“只要你和灵巧的话就可以了。你把脚掌伸出来让我看看。哎呀,你指甲太长,我得把你的指甲剪下来一点!”于是,小裁缝把老虎钳子拿出来。熊伸出爪子,小裁缝紧紧地把熊爪拧在老虎钳子中以后,说:“你等一等,我拿剪刀去!”说完,小裁缝走到角落里的麦捆上睡觉去了,只剩下熊站在那里吼叫。

那天晚上,公主听见熊吼得很凶,心里想:熊一定把小裁缝干掉了,高兴地吼叫呢!第二天早晨,公主放心了,高高兴兴地起了床,但她到兽棚子一看,只见小裁缝得意洋洋地站在那里,安然无恙。公主再也说不出一句反对结婚的话了。因为那是她当众答应了的。国王派来了马车,公主和小裁缝坐上去,要一起到教堂举行婚礼。他们坐上马车走的时候,那两个阴险的裁缝,对小裁缝得到幸福十分嫉妒,就但兽棚里去,拧开老虎钳子,把熊放了出来。熊气得火冒三丈,在马车后面猛追。公主听见了熊的吼叫,咆哮,害怕地喊起来:“哎呀!熊追来了!熊要把你抓走复仇啊!”小裁缝说着拿了个大顶,把两只脚伸到马车窗户外边去,喊到:“来呀,看见这把老虎钳子了吗?你要是不滚开,我还用老虎钳子夹你!”熊听了这话,掉过头去就逃跑了,小裁缝不慌不忙地到了教堂,和公主举行婚礼典礼。从那以后,他们就像云雀似的过着快乐的生活。谁要是不相信这故事是真的就叫他掏出三块钱来。

 

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