儿童英语口语故事篇一：吵闹的邻居A Noisy Neighbor
Barbara couldn’t take it any more.Her upstairs neighbor was blasting his stereo again.She had asked him twice already to turn the volume down.The first time she asked,he was surprised.He said he didn’t know that she could hear his stereo.
"Yes,"she said,"it’s just like your stereo was in my living room.I can hear every note!"
He said he would keep it down.She hoped that he was telling the truth.Of course,he wasn’t.The very next day,he blasted his stereo.She marched upstairs to remind him of his promise.He said the volume was so low that he could barely hear it.She asked him to turn it lower.He said he would try.Barbara could swear that when she reentered her apartment,the music was louder than when she had walked upstairs.
So,this was the third time.She took her baseball bat upstairs with her.She knocked very loudly on his door.When he opened the door,she screamed at him like a crazy person.She told him she would kill him if he didn’t turn the music down and keep it down.His eyes got big.
She went back downstairs.She couldn’t hear a note.
I can’t believe I said that,she told herself.
儿童英语口语故事篇二：新房地产经纪人The New Realtor
Norma was discouraged.She was a new realtor.She had recently passed the state test on her first try.Then she joined a realty company.They offered training classes two to four times a week.Norma attended the classes faithfully.
But because English was her second language,she didn’t catch everything that the instructor said.When she asked the instructor to repeat something,he told her to see him after class.But when other students asked a question,the instructor answered the question right then and there.
To Norma,the instructor always said,"See me after class."Then,when she tried to see him after class,he would say that he was late for an appointment."How about next time?"he would say.He was always too busy to help her.
"He’s not too busy,he’s just too lazy,"her boyfriend said.“There are too many‘instructors'like that.All they care about is presenting their information.If the students don’t get it,that’s their problem.You have to be strong.These people are not going to help you.They want you to fail,because that means less competition for them.It’s a dog-eat-dog business."
儿童英语口语故事篇三：买椟还珠Get the casket back
A man from the state of Chu wanted to sell a precious pearl in the state of Zheng.
He made a casket for the pearl out of the wood from a magnolia tree,which he fumigated with spices.He studded the casket with pearls and jade,ornamented it with red gems and decorated it with kingfisher feathers.
A man of the state of Zheng bought the casket and gave him back the pearl.
Too luxuriant decoration usually supersedes what really counts.
This man from Chu certainly knew how to sell a casket but he was no good at selling his pearl.And the man of Zheng didn't know which is really valuable.