【我的阅读笔记 #1】Roald Dahl: The Twits

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The Twits by Roald Dahl - review | Children's books | The Guardian

小时候没有太多机会接触英文书籍,因此从来没有认真阅读过一本英文读物。在图书馆偶然看到Roald Dahl系列的读物,发现情节十分有趣而且使用的英语语法和词汇等都不会太难。因此,对于小朋友们或是想要尝试培养英语阅读习惯的读者,是个很好的开始。希望我也可以培养阅读英文读物的习惯,哈哈,就把这里当做我的阅读笔记吧(也分享给大家~)书本在小绿洲图书馆都借得到哦!:D

今天我们一起来看看 《Roald Dahl: The Twits》

这本书叙述着一对“笨蛋”夫妇如何互相对付以及他们残忍对待小动物们被报复的下场。(情节脑洞大开,十分精彩!)
以下将于大家分享书内的一些摘录、生词和固有名词等 … 有兴趣就请看下去吧!

Vocabulary

Verb词类意思摘录 / 例句同义词
FoulAdj糟糕、恶劣Mr Twit was a foul and smelly old man.Disgusting
TumbleVerb跌倒;滚下,坠落;倒塌The boys tumbled out of the tree and ran for home with their naked bottoms winking at the sun.Fall
GiddyAdj眩晕的It made them giddy standing on their heads for hours on end.Dizzy
PerchVerb坐在…(的边缘)上;栖息于;停留于You must warn them not to perch on that tree or they will be made into Bird Pie!Rest
Long toVerb渴望The monkey and his family longed to escape from the cage and go back to the African jungle where they came from.Wish / Desire
ShudderVerb战栗、发抖Please don’t mention Bird Pie again, it gives me the shudders.Shiver
SmearVerb涂抹(黏腻的东西)The children had smeared peanut butter all over the sofa.Spread

Phrasal Verbs

生词意思摘录 / 例句
Lash out突然狠打、斥骂I was only teasing him and suddenly he lashed out at me and hit me in the face.
Get ahead进展、进步、获得成功Working hard is the only way to get ahead in this business.
Scamper off蹦蹦跳跳The children scampered off into the garden.
Get on with sth.开始 / 继续做某件事Stop talking and get on with it.
Hoot with sth.发出响亮的声音The monkeys were hooting with laughter at Mr Twit.

Idioms

生词意思例句
What on earth到底、究竟What on earth has happened?
Tom, Dick and Harry任何人Who wants every Tom, Dick and Harry peeping in to see what you are doing?

就到这里啦,下期再见 ~

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