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  • 學習啦 > 勵志文學 > 大學生勵志 > 青春勵志英文小故事


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      青春勵志英文小故事(一):If the Dream is Big Enough你的夢想有多大?

      I used to watch her from my kitchen window, she seemed so small as she muscled her way through the crowd of boys on the playground. The school was across the street from our home and I would often watch the kids as they play edduring recess. A sea of children, and yet to me, she stood out from them all.


      I remember the first day I saw her playing basketball. I watched in wonder as she ran circles around the other kids. She managed to shoot jump shots just over their heads and into the net. The boys always tried to stop her but no one could. I began to notice her at other times, basketball in hand, playing alone.She would practice dribbling and shooting over and over again, sometimes until dark.


      One day I asked her why she practiced so much. She looked directly in my eyes and without a moment of hesitation she said, “I want to go to college. The only way I can go is if I get a scholarship. I like basketball. I decided that if I were good enough, I would get a scholarship. I am going to play college basketball.I want to be the best. My Daddy told me if the dream is big enough, the factsdon't count.”


      Then she smiled and ran towards the court to recap the routine I had seen over and over again. Well, I had to give it to her—she was determined.I watched her through those junior high years and into high school. Every week,she led her varsity team to victory.

      說完她笑了笑,跑向籃球場,又開始我之前見過的一遍又一遍的練習。 嘿,我服了她了——她是下定了決心了。我看著她這些年從初中升到高中。每個星期,她帶領的學?;@球代表隊都能夠獲勝。

      dribbling ['dr?bl]n. 控球;漏泄 v. 滴下;垂涎(dribble的ing形式)

      One day in her senior year, I saw her sitting in the grass, head cradled in her arms. I walked across the street and sat down in the cool grass beside her. Quietly I asked what was wrong. “Oh,nothing,” came a soft reply. “I am just too short.” The coach told her that at 5’5” she would probably never get to play for a top ranked team— much less offered a scholarship—so she should stop dreaming about college. She was heartbroken and I felt my own throat tighten as I sensed her disappointment. I asked her if she had talked to her dad about it yet.


      She lifted her head from her hands and told me that her father said those coaches were wrong. They just did not understand the power of adream. He told her that if she really wanted to play for a good college, if she truly wanted a scholarship, that nothing could stop her except one thing — her own attitude. He told her again, “If the dream is big enough, the factsdon't count.”


      The next year, as she and her team went to the Northern CaliforniaChampionship game, she was seen by a college recruiter. She was indeed offered a scholarship, a full ride, to a Division 1, NCAA women's basketball team. She was going to get the college education that she had dreamed of and worked toward for all those years.


      It's true: If the dream is big enough, the facts don't count.



      A poor farmer had a friend who was famous for thewonderful apple he grew.


      One day, his friend gave the farmer a young appletree and told him to take it home and plant it.


      The farmer was pleased with the gift, but when he got home he did not know where to plant it.


      He was afraid that if he planted the tree near the road, strangers would steal the fruit. If heplanted the tree in one of his field, his neighbors would come at night and steal some of theapples. If he planted the tree near his house, his children would take the fruit.


      Finally he planted the tree in his wood where no one could see it. But without sunlight and goodsoil, the tree soon died.


      Later the friend asked the farmer why he had planted the tree in such a poor place."What's thedifference?" the farmer said angrily. "If I had planted the tree near the road, strangers wouldhave stolen the fruit.

      后來,朋友問農夫他為什么把樹栽在那樣貧瘠的地方。“那有什么不一樣?”農夫生氣地說, “我把蘋果樹栽在路邊,陌生人就會偷樹上的蘋果。

      If I had planted the tree in one of my field, my neighbors would have come at night and stolensome of the apples. If I had planted it near my house, my own children would have taken thefruit.


      "Yes," said the friend, "but at least someone could have enjoyed the fruit. Now you not onlyhave robbed everyone of the fruit, but also you have destroyed a good apple tree!"

      “是的,”他的朋友說. “但至少可能有人來分享這些果實?,F在你不僅剝奪了每個人的果實,也毀了一棵好蘋果樹!”

      青春勵志英文小故事(三): A Clever Panda

      A little panda picks up a pumpkin and wants to take it home. But the pumpkin is too big. The panda can’t take it home.

      Suddenly she sees a bear riding a bike toward her. She watches the bike. “I know! I have a good idea.” she jumps and shouts happily, “I can roll a pumpkin. It’s like a wheel.”

      So she rolls the pumpkin to her home. When her mother sees the big pumpkin, she is surprised, “Oh, my God! How can you carry it home?” the little panda answers proudly, “I can’t lift it, but I can roll it.” Her mother smiled and says,“What a clever girl! Use you heard to do something,”






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