托班英语童话故事教案:《Puss In Boots》

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Onceuponatime...amillerdiedleavingthemilltohiseldestson,hisdonkeytohissecondsonand...acattohisyoungestson.Nowthatssomedifference!youmightsay;butthereyouare,thatshowthemillerwas!Theeldestsonkeptthemill,thesecondsontookthedonkeyandsetoffinsearchofhisfortune...whilethethirdsatdownonastoneandsighed,Acat!WhatamIgoingtodowiththat?

Butthecatheardhiswordsandsaid,Dontworry,Master.Whatdoyouthink?ThatImworthlessthanahalf-ruinedmilloramangydonkey?Givemeacloak,ahatwithafeatherinit,abagandapairofboots,andyouwillseewhatIcando.

Theyoungman,bynomeanssurprised,foritwasquitecommonforcatstotalkinthosedays,gavethecatwhatheaskedfor,andashestrodeaway,confidentandcheerful.thecatsaid.Dontlooksoglum,Master.Seeyousoon!

Swiftoffootashewas,thecatcaughtafatwildrabbit,poppeditintohisbag,knockedatthecastlegate,wentbeforetheKingand,removinghishat,withasweepingbow,hesaid:Sire,thefamousMarquisofCarabassendsyouthisfineplumprabbitasagift.

Oh,saidtheKing,thankssomuch.

Tilltomorrow,repliedthecatashewentout.Andthenextday,backhecamewithsomepartridgestuckedawayinhisbag.AnothergiftfromthebraveMarquisofCarabas,heannounced.

TheQueenremarked,ThisMarquisofCarabasisindeedaverycourteousgentleman.

Inthedaysthatfollowed,PussinBootsregularlyvisitedthecastle,carryingrabbits,hares,partridgesandskylarks,presentingthemalltotheKinginthenameoftheMarquisofCarabas.Folkatthepalacebegantotalkaboutthisnoblegentleman.

Hemustbeagreathunter,someoneremarked.

HemustbeveryloyaltotheKing,saidsomeoneelse.

Andyetanother,Butwhoishe?Iveneverheardofhim.

Atthissomeonewhowantedtoshowpeoplehowmuchheknew,replied,Oh,yes,Iveheardhisnamebefore.Infact,Iknewhisfather.

TheQueenwasveryinterestedinthisgenerousmanwhosentthesegifts.Isyourmasteryoungandhandsome?sheaskedthecat.

Ohyes.Andveryrich,too,answeredPussinBoots.Infact,hewouldbeveryhonouredifyouandtheKingcalledtoseehiminhiscastle.

WhenthecatreturnedhomeandtoldhismasterthattheKingandQueenweregoingtovisithim,hewashorrified.Whatevershallwedo?hecried.AssoonastheyseemetheywillknowhowpoorIam.

Leaveeverythingtome,repliedPussinBoots.Ihaveaplan.

Fors

everaldays,thecraftycatkeptontakinggiftstotheKingandQueen,andonedayhediscoveredthattheyweretakingthePrincessonacarriageridethatveryafternoon.Thecathurriedhomeingreatexcitement.

Master,comealong,hecried.Itistimetocarryoutmyplan.Youmustgoforaswimintheriver.

ButIcantswim,repliedtheyoungman.

Thatsallright,repliedPussinBoots.Justtrustme.

SotheywenttotheriverandwhentheKingscarriageappearedthecatpushedhismasterintothewater.

Help!criedthecat.TheMarquisofCarabasisdrowning.

TheKingheardhiscriesandsenthisescortstotherescue.Theyarrivedjustintimetosavethepoorman,whoreallywasdrowning.TheKing,theQueenandthePrincessfussedaroundandorderednewclothestobebroughtfortheMarquisofCarabas.

Wouldntyouliketomarrysuchahandsomeman?theQueenaskedherdaughter.

Oh,yes,repliedthePrincess.

However,thecatoverheardoneoftheministersremarkthattheymustfindouthowrichhewas.

Heisveryrichindeed,saidPussinBoots.Heownsthecastleandallthisland.Comeandseeforyourself.Iwillmeetyouatthecastle.

Andwiththesewords,thecatrushedoffinthedirectionofthecastle,shoutingatthepeasantsworkinginthefields,Ifanyoneasksyouwhoyourmasteris,answer:theMarquisofCarabas.Otherwiseyouwillallbesorry.

Andso,whentheKingscarriagesweptpast,thepeasantstoldtheKingthattheirmasterwastheMarquisofCarabas.Inthemeantime,PussinBootshadarrivedatthecastle,thehomeofahuge,cruelogre.

Beforeknockingatthegate,thecatsaidtohimself,Imustbeverycareful,orIllnevergetoutofherealive.

Whenthedooropened,PussinBootsremovedhisfeatherhat,exclaiming,MyLordOgre,myrespects!

Whatdoyouwant,cat?askedtheogrerudely.

Sire,Iveheardyoupossessgreatpowers.That,forinstance,youcanchangeintoalionoranelephant.

Thatsperfectlytrue,saidtheogre,andsowhat?

Well,saidthecat,Iwastalkingtocertainfriendsofminewhosaidthatyoucantturnintoatinylittlecreature,likeamouse.

Oh,sothatswhattheysay,isit?exclaimedtheogre.

Thecatnodded,Well,Sire,thatsmyopiniontoo,becausefolkthatcandobigthingsnevercanmanagelittleones.

Oh,yes?Well,justwatchthis!retortedtheogre,turningintoamouse.

Inaflash,thecatleaptonthemouseandateitwhole.Thenhedashedtotheca

stlegate,justintime,fortheKingscarriagewasdrawingup.

Withabow,PussinBootssaid,Sire,welcometothecastleoftheMarquisofCarabas!

TheKingandQueen,thePrincessandthemillerssonwho,dressedinhisprincelyclothes,reallydidlooklikeamarquis,gotoutofthecarriageandtheKingspoke:MydearMarquis,youreafine,handsome,youngman,youhaveagreatdealoflandandamagnificentcastle.Tellme,areyoumarried?

No,theyoungmananswered,butIwouldliketofindawife.

HelookedatthePrincessashespoke.Sheinturnsmiledathim.Tocutalongstoryshort,themillersson,nowMarquisofCarabas,marriedthePrincessandlivedhappilywithherinthecastle.Andfromtimetotime,thecatwouldwinkandwhisper,Yousee,Master,Iamworthalotmorethananymangydonkeyorhalf-ruinedmill,arentI?

ThatstheStoryofPussNBoots!

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