英语怎么翻译?

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It’s freezing, snowing and getting dark. This is the last day of the year – New Year’s Eve. On this cold and dark night, a cute little girl was walking barefoot in the street. She came out of the house wearing a pair of slippers, but what’s the use?

天冷极了,下着雪,又快黑了。这是一年的最后一天——大年夜。在这又冷又黑的晚上,一个乖巧的小女孩,赤着脚在街上走着。她从家里出来的时候还穿着一双拖鞋,但是有什么用呢?

It was a big pair of slippers – so big that her mother always wore them. As she crossed the road, two carriages came running so fast that she ran away with her shoes. One couldn’t find anything, the other asked a boy to pick it up and run away. He said that he could use it as a cradle when he had children in the future.

那是一双很大的拖鞋——那么大,一向是她妈妈穿的。她穿过马路的时候,两辆马车飞快地冲过来,吓得她把鞋都跑掉了。一只怎么也找不着,另一只叫一个男孩捡起来拿着跑了。他说,将来他有了孩子可以拿它当摇篮。

The little girl had to walk barefoot, her feet were red and blue with cold. In her old apron she carried many matches and a handful. No one had bought her a match or given her a coin all day.

小女孩只好赤着脚走,一双小脚冻得红一块青一块的。她的旧围裙里兜着许多火柴,手里还拿着一把。这一整天,谁也没买过她一根火柴,谁也没给过她一个硬币。

Poor little girl! She trembled forward, cold and hungry. Snowflakes fell on her long golden hair, which rolled over her shoulders and looked beautiful, but she didn’t notice. Lights were shining through every window, and there was a roast goose smell in the street, because it was New Year’s Eve, which she could not forget.

可怜的小女孩!她又冷又饿,哆哆嗦嗦地向前走。雪花落在她的金黄的长头发上,那头发打成卷儿披在肩上,看上去很美丽,不过她没注意这些。每个窗子里都透出灯光来,街上飘着一股烤鹅的香味,因为这是大年夜——她可忘不了这个。

She sat down in the corner of a house and huddled her legs. She felt colder. She dared not go home because she didn’t sell a match and earned any money. Dad would beat her. Besides, the house is as cold as the street. There was only a roof over their heads, and although the biggest crack had been blocked with grass and rags, the wind could still fill in.

她在一座房子的墙角里坐下来,蜷着腿缩成一团。她觉得更冷了。她不敢回家,因为她没卖掉一根火柴,没挣到一个钱,爸爸一定会打她的。再说,家里跟街上一样冷。他们头上只有个房顶,虽然最大的裂缝已经用草和破布堵住了,风还是可以灌进来。

Her little hands were almost frozen stiff. Ah, even a small match is good for her! Dare she take one out of a bunch of matches and wipe it on the wall to warm her little hands? She finally pulled out one. Chi! Matches are on fire, flames are coming out! She folded her little hand over the fire. How warm and bright the fire is, like a little candle. This is a strange fire!

她的一双小手几乎冻僵了。啊,哪怕一根小小的火柴,对她也是有好处的!她敢从成把的火柴里抽出一根,在墙上擦燃了,来暖和暖和自己的小手吗?她终于抽出了一根。哧!火柴燃起来了,冒出火焰来了!她把小手拢在火焰上。多么温暖多么明亮的火焰啊,简直像一支小小的蜡烛。

The little girl felt like she was sitting in front of a big stove with shining copper feet and handles. It was burning vigorously and warm. How comfortable it was! Hey, what’s going on here? She had just put her foot out to warm it up, and the match went out and the stove disappeared. She sat there with only one burnt matchstick in her hand.

这是一道奇异的火光!小女孩觉得自己好像坐在一个大火炉前面,火炉装着闪亮的铜脚和铜把手,烧得旺旺的,暖烘烘的,多么舒服啊!哎,这是怎么回事呢?她刚把脚伸出去,想让脚也暖和一下,火柴灭了,火炉不见了。她坐在那儿,手里只有一根烧过了的火柴梗。

She wiped another one. The match was on fire and there was a light. The light fell on the wall, where it suddenly became as transparent as gauze, and she could see the room all the time. The table was covered with snow-white tablecloths, delicate plates and bowls, and the roast goose filled with apples and plums was smelling.

她又擦了一根。火柴燃起来了,发出亮光来了。亮光落在墙上,那儿忽然变得像薄纱那么透明,她可以一直看到屋里。桌上铺着雪白的台布,摆着精致的盘子和碗,肚子里填满了苹果和梅子的烤鹅正冒着香气。

Even better, the goose jumped off the plate, with knives and forks on its back, and swayed across the floor, all the way to the poor little girl. Then the match went out again, and there was only a thick and cold wall in front of her.

更妙的是这只鹅从盘子里跳下来,背上插着刀和叉,摇摇摆摆地在地板上走着,一直向这个穷苦的小女孩走来。这时候,火柴又灭了,她面前只有一堵又厚又冷的墙。

She struck another match. This time, she was sitting under a beautiful Christmas tree. This Christmas tree is bigger and more beautiful than what she saw through the glass doors of wealthy businessmen last Christmas. Thousands of bright candles were burning on the verdant branches, and many beautiful color pictures were blinking at her as they were hanging in the shop windows.

她又擦着了一根火柴。这一回,她坐在美丽的圣诞树下。这棵圣诞树,比她去年圣诞节透过富商家的玻璃门看到的还要大,还要美。翠绿的树枝上点着几千支明晃晃的蜡烛,许多幅美丽的彩色画片,跟挂在商店橱窗里的一个样,在向她眨眼睛。

The little girl reached out to the picture. Then the match went out again. The candlelight on the Christmas tree rose higher and higher, and eventually became the stars twinkling in the sky. A star fell and a long red light was drawn in the sky.

小女孩向画片伸出手去。这时候,火柴又灭了。只见圣诞树上的烛光越升越高,最后成了在天空中闪烁的星星。有一颗星星落下来了,在天空中划出了一道细长的红光。

“Somebody’s dying.” Said the little girl. The only grandmother who loved her told her when she was alive that when a star fell, a soul would go to God.

“有一个什么人快要死了。”小女孩说。唯一疼她的奶奶活着的时候告诉过她∶一颗星星落下来,就有一个灵魂要到上帝那儿去了。

She rubbed another match on the wall. This time, the matches lit up all around. Grandma appeared in the light, so gentle, so loving. “Grandma!” The little girl cried out, “Ah! Please take me away! I know that once the match goes out, you will disappear, just like the warm stove, the fragrant roast goose, and the beautiful Christmas tree!

她在墙上又擦着了一根火柴。这一回,火柴把周围全照亮了。奶奶出现在亮光里,是那么温和,那么慈爱。“奶奶!”小女孩叫起来,“啊!请把我带走吧!我知道,火柴一灭,您就会不见的,像那暖和的火炉,喷香的烤鹅,美丽的圣诞树一个样,就会不见的!”

She quickly wiped a large bunch of matches to keep Grandma. A large bunch of matches glowed as brightly as in the daytime. Grandma has never been so tall and beautiful as she is now. Grandma held the little girl in her arms. They flew away in the light and joy, higher and higher, to a place where there was no cold, no hunger, no pain.

她赶紧擦着了一大把火柴,要把奶奶留住。一大把火柴发出强烈的光,照得跟白天一样明亮。奶奶从来没有像现在这样高大,这样美丽。奶奶把小女孩抱起来,搂在怀里。她俩在光明和快乐中飞走了,越飞越高,飞到那没有寒冷,没有饥饿,也没有痛苦的地方去了。

The next morning, the little girl sat in the corner with red cheeks and a smile on her mouth. She died, frozen to death on New Year’s Eve. The New Year sun rose and shone on her little body. The little girl sat there holding a burnt matchstick in her hand.

第二天清晨,这个小女孩坐在墙角里,两腮通红,嘴上带着微笑。她死了,在旧年的大年夜冻死了。新年的太阳升起来了,照在她小小的尸体上。小女孩坐在那儿,手里还捏着一把烧过了的火柴梗。

“She wants to warm herself up.” People say. Nobody knows how many beautiful things she has seen, how happy she has been, and goes with her grandmother to the happiness of the New Year.

“她想给自己暖和一下。”人们说。谁也不知道她曾经看到过多么美丽的东西,她曾经多么幸福,跟着她奶奶一起走向新年的幸福中去。

英语怎么翻译?

扩展资料:

《卖火柴的小女孩》是丹麦童话故事作家安徒生的一篇的童话故事,发表于1846年。主要讲了一个卖火柴的小女孩在富人合家欢乐,举杯共庆的大年夜冻死在街头的故事。

小女孩死了,嘴角却带着微笑,通过擦燃火柴的美好幻想与她饥寒交迫的现实生活形成了鲜明的对比。安徒生通过这个童话,表达了对穷苦人民悲惨遭遇的深刻同情,和对当时社会的不满,无情地揭示了资本主义社会的黑暗和罪恶。

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