中国成语故事

中国成语故事

图书基本信息
出版时间:2011-1
出版社:五洲传播出版社
作者:伍民 编
页数:165
书名:中国成语故事
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中国成语故事

内容概要
  The term idiom refers to a set phrase formed through long-term usage. Chinese idioms have a fixed structure and parlance,with specific meaning. Most are composed of four characters, although some have three characters and a few consist of more than four.Some idioms are divided into two parts with a comma in the middle.   This book has included the numerous articles on Chinese idiom story.
书籍目录
The
Eight
Immortals
Cross
the
SeaHelp
the
Crops
Grow
by
Pulling
Them
UpwardA
Hundred
Shots,
A
Hundred
Bull
's-EyesSeeing
Is
BelievingSpoil
the
Half-finished
ClothNever
Ashamed
to
Consult
One's
InferiorsHow
Can
You
Catch
Tiger
Cubs
Without
Entering
the
Tiger's
LairEvery
Bush
and
Tree
Look
Like
an
EnemyBeat
the
Grass
and
Startle
the
SnakeGreat
Minds
Mature
SlowlyShake
Up
the
Pillow
and
Have
a
Good
SleepLearn
From
Others
at
the
Expense
of
One's
Own
AbilityFear
of
Disturbance
in
the
RearA
Youth
to
be
Regarded
With
RespectSwallow
a
Date
WholeLast
Touch
Added
to
a
DrawingAdding
Feet
to
a
Drawing
of
a
SnakeFlashy
But
Without
SubstanceA
Treasure
Worth
Several
CitiesOfficial
Jiang
Uses
Up
His
Literary
TalentA
Hair
on
Nine
BullsA
Dagger
Heart
Behind
a
Honey
Mouth
Make
Up
the
NumberAn
Old
Horse
Knows
the
WayExtreme
Joy
Begets
SorrowGreen
Willows
and
Red
FlowersWind
and
Rain
Throughout
the
TownFalling
After
Sun
ShanVomit
Heart,
Shed
BloodCast
a
Brick
to
Invite
a
JadeBreaking
the
Pot,
Sinking
the
BoatThe
Guizhou
Donkey
Exhausts
Its
TricksRepeated
CommandsPractice
Makes
PerfectWater
Falls,
Stones
AppearRenounce
the
Pay
for
the
SwordReturn
the
Jade
Intact
to
the
State
ZhaoQuench
Thirsty
by
Longing
for
PlumsLament
Before
the
Vast
SeaHave
a
Finished
Bamboo
in
the
MindA
Whole
Heart

章节摘录
  The
Eight
ImmortalsCross
the
Sea  Legend
has
it
that
.the
Eight
Immortalscame
across
the
boundless
East
China
Seawith
its
turbulent
waves
on
the
way
to
attendthe
Peach
Party
hosted
by
the
Queen
Motherof
the
West.
However,
they
were
glad
at
thechance
to
demonstrate
their
special
skills.  Lu
Dongbin
said,
"Since
the
East
ChinaSea
has
immortal
mountains
and
beautifulscenery,
how
about
going
there
to
take
a
lookfor
ourselves?
And
it
is
forbidden
to
take
aboat!"  All
agreed
with
great
pleasure
and
prepared
to
cross
the
sea.
Han
Zhongli
hurledhis
palm-leaf
fan
into
the
waters
and
lay
onhis
back
with
the
chest
and
abdomen
exposed,floating
forwards
through
the
waves;
HeXiangu
cast
a
water
lily
into
the
sea,
which
at
once
emitted
a
powerful
red
glow,
and
she
stood
upon
it
to
float
across
the
waves;
Tieguai
Li
threw
his
crutch
into
the
sea
and
used
it
as
a
raft;
Han
Xiangzi
cast
out
a
decorated
basket
and
piloted
it
as
though
it
were
a
ship;
and
Lu
Dongbin,
Lan
Caihe,
Zhang
Guolao
and
Cao
Guojiu
together
threw
their
personal
magic
instruments
into
the
sea
which
immediately
turned
into
sampans.
Thus
all
of
them
successfully
crossed
the
stormy
East
China
Sea.
The
idiom
"The
Eight
Immortals
Cross
the
Sea"
originates
from
this
legend.  The
story
comes
from
Journey
to
the
East.
It
is
used
to
symbolize
the
completion
of
a
difficult
task
through
one's
own
special
method
or
skills.


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