❸ 小学生三年级英语阅读【三篇】【 #小学英语# 导语】芬芳袭人花枝俏，喜气盈门捷报到。心花怒放看通知，梦想实现今日事，喜笑颜开忆往昔，勤学苦读最美丽。在学习中学会复习，在运用中培养能力，在总磨好结中不断提高。以下是 考 网为大家整理的《小学生三年级英语阅读【三篇】》 供您查阅。
Peter’s father wants to know how his son is getting along in school. One day he asks, “Peter, how are you getting along in school? What is your place in the class?” “Number twenty-one.” “And how many students are there in your class?” “Twenty-one, Father.”
Some weeks pass. One day Peter brings home his test paper.
“What’s your place in the class now?”
“Number twenty now.”
“Good. Then you are one place ahead.”
“No, Father. One of the students left the class. His familys gone to another town.”
number n. 第……名
be getting along 进展得……
place n. 名次
pass v. 过去
test paper 考试卷
ahead adv. 向前地
An old man is selling a big cow. A young man comes to the cow and begins to look at it carefully. Then the old man goes up to him and says in his ears. “Don’t say anything about the cow before I sell it, then I will give you some meat.”
搏游拍“All right,” says the young man. After the old man sells the cow, he gives the young man some meat and says, “Now, you can tell me how do you think of the bad leg of the cow.”
“I didn’t find the bad leg,” says the young man. “Then why did you look at the cow carefully?” asks the old man.
Then young man answers, “Because I have never seen a cow, and I wanted to know what it looks like.”
cow n. 奶牛
slowly adv. 慢慢地
never adv. 从来没有
A farmer can’t read or write. One day he asks a man to write a letter for him. He wants to post the letter to his uncle.
“I can’t write you letter,” says the man, “Because I have a bad leg.”
“Sir,” says the farmer, “I know, but I can’t see what a bad leg has to do with writing a letter.”
“It has much to do with it,” says the man, “because I can’t walk so far and read the letter to you uncle.”
“What do you mean, sir?” says the farmer. “His son can read it to him. Why do you need to read if for him?”
“Don’t you understand,” answers the man, “that only I can read what I write?”
post v. 邮寄
have to do with…与…有关系
mean v. 意思是
understand v. 懂得，明白
A bear, who had made his living by dancing for a long time, at length escaped from his master, and returned to his former companions in the woods.
His brothers welcomed him with most friendly growls. The traveler now told what he had seen foreign countries, told a long history of his adventures, and, to exhibit his wonderful feats, began, in an erect position, to dance the Polonaise. His brothers, who were watching the performance, were astonished at his grace, and tried to imitate his ballet steps. It was in vain, hardly were they raised on two legs when they fell again upon all fours. Seeing their awkwardness, the bear went on exhibiting some higher displays of his art, which, at length, aroused the envy of the others, and so they drove him from their society.
Once upon a time, a man saw a doorbell hanging from someone’s door and wanted to steal it.
But he knew if he were to steal, it would start ringing the anwenw.com moment his hand touched it, if he were discovered, not only he couldn’t get the bell, but he himself might also be caught.
He thought this over and said to himself:
“Why will there be trouble when a bell rings? This is because our ears can hear it. If I cover my ears, I won’t be able to hear it. This way I won’t be caught.”
Later, he eventually got an idea. He first covered his own ears, then went on to steal the bell, However, in the end he was still discovered and caught red-handed.
Between the States of Jin and Guo was the State of Yu.
Once, the State of Jin intended to invade the state of Guo and had to seek for permission to go by way of the State of Yu. The King of Jin was worried that the State of Yu would refuse to consent.
Xun Xi, a high official of the State of Jin, offered his scheme to the King. He said: “If you offer that piece of round jade and that fine steed as gifts to the King of Yu to ask his permission, he is sure to give his consent.”
The King of Jin said:
“The round jade from Chuji is an heirloom from my ancestors. The fine steed from Qudi is a gret favorite of mine. If the King of Yu accepted our gifts, yet would not give us permission, what shall we do then?”: