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  人物传记记录了一个人的一生,英文中文都一样,不过只是相对客观的吧。下面是学习啦小编给大家整理的英文人物传记范文,供大家参阅!

  人物传记英语作文:Benjamin Franklin

  Franklin's life is full of charming stories which all young men should know -- how he sold books in Boston, and became the guest of kings in Europe; how he was made Major General Franklin, only to quit because, as he said, he was no soldier, and yet helped to organize the army that stood before the trained troops of England and Germany.

  This poor Boston boy, without a day's schooling1, became master of six languages and never stopped studying; this neglected apprentice2 conquered the lightning, made his name famous, received degrees and diplomas from many colleges, and became forever remembered as "Doctor Franklin", philosopher, scientist and political leader.

  Self-made, self-taught, the candle maker's son gave light to all the world; the street bookseller set all men singing of liberty; the apprentice became the most sought after man across the world, and brought his native land to praise and honor him.

  He built America, for what our nation is today is largely due to the management, the forethought, the wisdom, and the ability of Benjamin Franklin. He belongs to the world, but especially he belongs to America. The people around the world honored him while he was living; he is still regarded as the loftiest man by the common people today after his death. And he will live in people's hearts forever.

  人物传记英语作文:He is the thief

  Washington was the first president of the U.S. He was very clever even when he was still a 12-year-old-boy.

  Once a thief stole some money from Uncle Post, Washington's neighbor. The door of the house was not broken, and things in the room were in good order. Washington concluded that the thief must have been committed by one of the villagers.

  That evening at the villagers' meeting the said, "We don't know who stole the money but God does. God sends his wasp1 to tell good from evil. Every night the wasp flies among us but few people notice it…" Then, all of a sudden Washington waved his hand and cried out, "Look! The wasp has landed on the thief's hat. It is going to sting2!"

  The crowd burst into an uproar3. Everybody turned to look for the thief. But soon the noise died down. All eyes were fixed4 on a man who was trying hard to drive the "Wasp" off his hat.

  "Now we know who stole the money," Washington said with a smile.

  华盛顿是美国的第一任总统,他在12岁时就十分聪明。

  有一次,一个小偷从他的邻居大叔皮斯特那里偷了一点钱,房屋是好好的,屋子里的东西很整齐。华盛顿得出结论窃案必定是村民中的某一个人干的。

  晚上在村民大会上,他说:“虽然我们不知道是谁偷了钱,但神知道。神派他的黄蜂分辨善恶,每天晚上黄蜂虽然在我们之间飞,但很少人会察觉。”华盛顿突然挥了挥手喊道:“看黄蜂停在贼的帽子上了,贼要被刺到了。”

  人群突然变得哗然,每个人都转过身找那个贼,但是不久喧哗声渐渐平息下来。所有的眼睛都盯着试图赶走帽子黄蜂的人。

  “现在,我们知道了谁偷了钱。”华盛顿微笑着说。

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  Demades the orator1 was once speaking in the assembly at Athens; but the people were very inattentive to what he was saying, so he stopped and said, "Gentlemen, I should like to tell you one of Aesop's fables2." This made every one listen intently. Then Demades began: "Demeter, a swallow, and an eel3 were once travelling together, and came to a river without a bridge: the swallow flew over it, and the eel swam across", and then he stopped. "What happened to Demeter?" cried several people in the audience. "Demeter," he replied, "is very angry with you for listening to fables when you ought to be minding public business."

  有一次,演说家狄马德斯在雅典的一次集会上演讲,但是没有一个人认真听,他便停下来,说:“先生们,我很想告诉你们一个伊索寓言里的故事。”这话受到了人们的重视。接着,他开始说:“有一次,德墨忒尔(掌管农业,结婚,丰饶的女神)和一只燕子,一只鳗鱼同行,他们要穿过一条没有桥的河,燕子飞过去,鳗鱼游过去了。”讲到这里,他便停下来,不再讲了。听众中有几个人问他:“那么德墨忒尔怎么过去的呢?”他回答说:“德墨忒尔正在生你们的气呢,因为你们对公共事务毫无兴趣,一心只喜欢听伊索寓言。”

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  Once a neighbor1 stole2 one of Washington4's horse. Washington horse back. But the neighbor refused to give the horse back. He said5 that it was3 his horse.

  Suddenly6 Washington had7 a good idea. He put both of his hands over the eyes of the horse and said to the neighbor, xiaogushi8.com "If this is your horse, then you must tell us in which eye the horse is blind8."

  "In the left, "said the neighbor. Washington took9 his hand from the left eye of the horse and showed the policeman that the horse was not blind in the left eye.

  "Oh , I have made10 a mistake," said the neighbor. "He is blind in the right eye." Washington then showed that the horse was not blind in the right eye, either11.

  "I have made another mistake," said the neighbor.

  "Yes," said the policeman, " and you have also proved12 that the horse isn't yours. You must return13 it to Mr Washington. "

  有一次,一个邻居偷了华盛顿的一匹马。华盛顿带着一名警察到邻居家去把马要回来,但是邻居不愿还给他,硬说这匹马是他的。

  华盛顿灵机一动,计上心来。他用双手遮住了马的双眼,对邻居说:“如果这匹马是你的,那么你应该告诉我们它的哪一只眼睛是瞎的?”

  “左眼是瞎的,”邻居说。华盛顿放开遮在左眼的那只手,给警察看马的左眼并没有瞎掉。

  “哦,我说错了,”邻居说。“右眼是瞎的。”然后华盛顿展示了右眼同样也没有瞎。

  “我又说错了。”邻居说。

  “是的,”警察说,“你已证明这匹马不是你的。你必须把他还给华盛顿先生。”

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