Hugo asked in 藝術與人文詩詞與文學 · 1 decade ago










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  • 杰暘
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    1 decade ago
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    The Thirsty Crow1.   Once there was a crow. He was very thirsty, and he happened to fly to a pitcher. There was a little water in it, but he could not reach the water no matter how hard he tried. He tried to push over the pitcher with all his strength. He wanted to have the water poured out, but he could not even move the pitcher. It occurred to him that he could do the same way as once upon  the time before. So he took small stones and dropped them into the pitcher. As he dropped more and more stones, the water rose higher and higher . At last the water came to the top of the pitcher, and now he could drink it happily and quench his thirst. The story gives us a moral: wisdom works better than strength.(以上改編自THE CROW AND THE PITCHER   A thirsty Crow found a Pitcher with some water in it, but so little was there that, try as she might, she could not reach it with her beak, and it seemed as though she would die of thirst within sight of the remedy. At last she hit upon a clever plan. She began dropping pebbles into the Pitcher, and with each pebble the water rose a little higher until at last it reached the brim, and the knowing bird was enabled to quench her thirst.— Necessity is the mother of invention. 以上出自:

  • 1 decade ago

    The crow is thirsty awfully, flies nearby a big watering can, in the watering can very many water, he has not wanted the means, still not to drink.

    Therefore, he puts forth the whole body strength to push, wants to overthrow the pot, pours the water leakage to come, but the big watering can pushes actually also pushes motionless. By now, Wu

    Ya has remembered the means which he once used, held in the mouth the gravel with the mouth to throw to the watering can in, along with gravel increase, in the pot water also chased

    gradually elevates.

    Finally, the crow drank the water happily, has solved thirstily.

    This story explained that, the wisdom often exceeds the strength

    Source(s): 自給
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