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As soon as the Cat’s-meat-Man had told every one that John Dolittle was going to become an animal-doctor, old ladies began to bring him their pet pugs and poodles who had eaten too much cake; and farmers came many miles to show him sick cows and sheep.------------지난 줄거리: 동물 언어를 익힌 두리틀은 사람을 치료하는 의사 일을 그만두었습니다.As soon as the Cat’s-meat-Man had told e…
 
After a while, with the parrot’s help, the Doctor got to learn the language of the animals so well that he could talk to them himself and understand everything they said. Then he gave up being a people’s doctor altogether.-----------------After a while, with the parrot’s help, (얼마 후에, 앵무새의 도움으로)the Doctor got to learn the language of the animals so…
 
Do you see now the way he’s twitching up one side of his nose?”“What’s that mean?” asked the Doctor.“That means, ‘Can’t you see that it has stopped raining?’” Polynesia answered. “He is asking you a question. Dogs nearly always use their noses for asking questions.”---------------------------------지난 줄거리: 앵무새가 두리틀에게 개 짚의 바디 랭귀지에 대해 이야기하고 있습니다.Do yo…
 
At tea-time, when the dog, Jip, came in, the parrot said to the Doctor, “See, he’s talking to you.”“Looks to me as though he were scratching his ear,” said the Doctor.“But animals don’t always speak with their mouths,” said the parrot in a high voice, raising her eyebrows. “They talk with their ears, with their feet, with their tails—with everythin…
 
0214So that was the way the Doctor came to know that animals had a language of their own and could talk to one another. And all that afternoon, while it was raining, Polynesia sat on the kitchen table giving him bird words to put down in the book.--------------------------------------------So that was the way the Doctor came to know (그리하여 그런 식으로 두리…
 
“Tell me some more,” said the Doctor, all excited; and he rushed over to the dresser-drawer and came back with the butcher’s book and a pencil. “Now don’t go too fast—and I’ll write it down. This is interesting—very interesting—something quite new. Give me the Birds’ A.B.C. first—slowly now.”-----------------------“Tell me some more,” said the Doct…
 
“My! You don’t say so!” said the Doctor. “You never talked that way to me before.”“What would have been the good?” said Polynesia, dusting some cracker-crumbs off her left wing. “You wouldn’t have understood me if I had.”-----------------------지난 줄거리: 앵무새 폴리네시아가 새의 언어에 대해 예시를 들어 보입니다.“My! You don’t say so!” said the Doctor. ("이런! 어떻게 그럴 수가!" 두리틀이 말…
 
“I knew that parrots can talk,” said the Doctor.“Oh, we parrots can talk in two languages—people’s language and bird-language,” said Polynesia proudly. “If I say, ‘Polly wants a cracker,’ you understand me. But hear this: Ka-ka oi-ee, fee-fee?”“Good Gracious!” cried the Doctor. “What does that mean?”“That means, ‘Is the porridge hot yet?’—in bird-l…
 
“Oh, there are plenty of animal-doctors,” said John Dolittle, putting the flower-pots outside on the window-sill to get the rain.“Yes, there are plenty,” said Polynesia. “But none of them are any good at all. Now listen, Doctor, and I’ll tell you something. Did you know that animals can talk?”------------------------------------지난 줄거리: 앵무새 폴리네시아가 두…
 
Give the silly people up—if they haven’t brains enough to see you’re the best doctor in the world. Take care of animals instead—they’ll soon find it out. Be an animal-doctor.”--------------------------Give the silly people up—(어리석은 인간들을 포기해)✔give [목적어] up: [목적어]를 포기하다✔give [the silly people] up: [어리석은 인간들]을 포기하다✔명령문: 동사원형으로 시작합니다.if they haven’t br…
 
When the Cat’s-meat-Man had gone the parrot flew off the window on to the Doctor’s table and said,“That man’s got sense. That’s what you ought to do. Be an animal-doctor. ----------------When the Cat’s-meat-Man had gone (고양이 먹이 판매원이 가고 나서)✔had gone: 과거완료. 고양이 먹이 판매원이 가 버리고 더 이상 이 자리에 없는 상태임을 확실하게 표현합니다. 지금 이 장소의 관점에서 이야기하므로, 과거형 went 대신 과거완료 had go…
 
0207But they’ll get sick anyway, because the old women always give ’em too much to eat. And look, all the farmers round about who had lame horses and weak lambs—they’d come. Be an animal-doctor.”----------------------------------But they’ll get sick anyway, (하지만 동물들은 아무튼 아프게 될 거예요)✔anyway: 어쨌거나, 아무튼because the old women always give ’em too much to …
 
“Oh, I didn’t mean real sick,” answered the Cat’s-meat-Man. “Just a little something to make them droopy-like was what I had reference to. But as you say, maybe it ain’t quite fair on the animals. ---------------------------------“Oh, I didn’t mean real sick,” (아, 진짜로 아프게 한다는 뜻은 아니었고요.)✔사실 문법적으로 mean 다음에는 명사가 와야 하는데 sick이라는 형용사가 왔습니다. 또 형용사 sick을 꾸…
 
And if they didn’t get sick fast enough, I could put something in the meat I sell ’em to make ’em sick, see?”“Oh, no,” said the Doctor quickly. “You mustn’t do that. That wouldn’t be right.”------------------------------지난 줄거리: 고양이 먹이 판매원이 두리틀에게 동물 병원을 하면 자신이 손님들을 보내줄 수도 있다고 말합니다.And if they didn’t get sick fast enough, (그 동물들이 충분히 빨리 아프지 않으면)✔get …
 
You might have been a cat yourself. You know the way they think. And listen: you can make a lot of money doctoringanimals. Do you know that? You see, I’d send all the old women who had sick cats or dogs to you. -------------------지난 줄거리: 고양이 먹이 판매원이 두리틀의 고양이 책을 계속 칭찬하고 있습니다. You might have been a cat yourself. (선생님 본인이 고양이였을지도 몰라요.)✔might: ...일지도 모…
 
I can’t read or write myself—or maybe I’d write some books. But my wife, Theodosia, she’s a scholar, she is. And she read your book to me. Well, it’s wonderful—that’s all that can be said—wonderful. ---------------------------지난 줄거리: 고양이 먹이 판매원이 두리틀이 고양이에 관해 쓴 책을 칭찬합니다.I can’t read or write myself—(저 자신은 읽거나 쓸 줄 모릅니다-)✔read or write: 이처럼 '글을 읽다' 또는…
 
The parrot, Polynesia, was sitting in the window looking out at the rain and singing a sailor-song to herself. She stopped singing and started to listen.“You see, Doctor,” the Cat’s-meat-Man went on, “you know all about animals—much more than what these here vets do. That book youwrote—about cats, why, it’s wonderful!-------------------------------…
 
Chapter 2. Animal Language (동물 언어)It happened one day that the Doctor was sitting in his kitchen talking with the Cat’s-meat-Man who had come to see him with a stomach-ache.“Why don’t you give up being a people’s doctor, and be an animal-doctor?” asked the Cat’s-meat-Man.-------------------------------------------------It happened one day (어느 날 이런 …
 
The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh LoftingChapter 1: Puddleby--------------------------------------------This is a LibriVox recording.All LibriVox recordings are in the Public Domain.For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org.Narrated by Adele de PignerollesDoctor Dolittle: AdamTownsperson: Vanessa CooleySarah Dolittle: Doroth…
 
The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh LoftingChapter 1: Puddleby--------------------------------------------This is a LibriVox recording.All LibriVox recordings are in the Public Domain.For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org.Recording by Phil Chenevert오디오북:https://librivox.org/the-story-of-doctor-dolittle-by-hugh-lofting-2/전자…
 
The Story of Doctor Dolittleby Hugh LoftingChapter 1: Puddleby--------------------------------------------This is a LibriVox recording.All LibriVox recordings are in the Public Domain.For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org.Recording by Karen Savage오디오북:https://librivox.org/the-story-of-doctor-dolittle-version-3-by-hugh-loft…
 
But the dogs and the cats and the children still ran up and followed him through the town—the same as they had done when he was rich.-------------But the dogs and the cats and the children still ran up and followed him through the town—(그러나 개들과 고양이들과 아이들은 여전히 달려와서 그를 따라 마을을 돌아다녔다)✔still: 여전히✔run up [대상]: [대상]을 향해 가까이 달려오다. up이라는 부사는 [대상] 가까이 다가온다는 …
 
And now, when he walked down the street in his high hat, people would say to one another, “There goes John Dolittle, M.D.! There was a time when he was the best known doctor in the West Country—Look at him now—He hasn’t any money and his stockings are full of holes!”--------------------------------지난 줄거리: 두리틀은 가진 것을 팔았지만 점점 더 가난해졌습니다.And now, when …
 
Then he sold his piano, and let the mice live in a bureau-drawer. But the money he got for that too began to go, so he sold the brown suit he wore on Sundays and went on becoming poorer and poorer.-------------------------------------지난 줄거리: 손님은 안 오는데 두리틀은 계속 펫을 들여서, 점점 더 가난해졌습니다.Then he sold his piano, (그 다음에 그는 그의 피아노를 팔았다.)✔sell-sold-sold: 팔다and…
 
And he kept on getting still more pets; and of course it cost a lot to feed them. And the money he had saved up grew littler and littler.-------------------------------And he kept on getting still more pets; (그는 훨씬 더 많은 펫을 계속 들였다.)✔keep on [동사-ing]: [동사-ing]를 계속하다. continue.✔still: 원래는 '여전히, 그래도'의 뜻이지만, 여기에서처럼 비교급 앞에 있을 때에는 비교급을 꾸며 주는 '훨씬'의 뜻입니다. ✔…
 
Sixpence a year wasn’t enough to live on—even in those days, long ago; and if the Doctor hadn’t had some money saved up in his money-box, noone knows what would have happened.-----------------------------------------지난 줄거리: 이제 진료를 보러 오는 사람은 고양이 먹이 판매인뿐이었으며 그조차도 크리스마스쯤에 약값 6펜스만 낼 뿐이었습니다.Sixpence a year wasn’t enough to live on—(1년에 6펜스는 먹고살기에 충분하지 않…
 
But the Cat’s-meat-Man wasn’t very rich and he only got sick once a year—at Christmas-time, when he used to give the Doctor sixpencefor a bottle of medicine. -------------------------------But the Cat’s-meat-Man wasn’t very rich (그러나 고양이 먹이 판매인은 별로 부유하지 않았다)and he only got sick once a year—at Christmas-time, (그리고 그는 고작 1년에 1번 아팠다 - 크리스마스 시기에)✔once …
 
So, as time went on, the Doctor got more and more animals; and the people who came to see him got less and less. Till at last he had no one left—except the Cat’s-meat-Man, who didn’t mind any kind of animals. --------------------지난 줄거리: 누나 새러의 꾸중에도 두리틀은 동물이 좋다고만 합니다.So, as time went on, (그래서 시간이 지나면서)✔go on: 지난 시간에 '계속 행동하다'라는 의미를 공부했는데, 이번에는 '시간이 …
 
"We are getting poorer every day. If you go on like this, none of the best people will have you for a doctor.”“But I like the animals better than the ‘best people’,” said the Doctor.“You are ridiculous,” said his sister, and walked out of the room.----------------------------지난 줄거리: 새러가 진료소의 동물들에 관련해 두리틀을 꾸중하고 있습니다.We are getting poorer every day. …
 
That’s the fourth personage these animals have driven away. Squire Jenkins and the Parson say they wouldn’t come near your house again—no matter how sick they are. ----------------------------------------지난 줄거리: 어느 할머니가 고슴도치 위에 앉아 더 이상 진료를 받으러 오지 않자, 누나 새러는 두리틀에게 한마디합니다. That’s the fourth personage these animals have driven away. (그 할머니는 이 동물들이 쫓아낸…
 
Then his sister, Sarah Dolittle, came to him and said,“John, how can you expect sick people to come and see you when you keep all these animals in the house? It’s a fine doctor would havehis parlor full of hedgehogs and mice!------------------------------------------------------------------지난 줄거리: 두리틀에게 진료를 온 할머니가 고슴도치 위에 앉아 버려서, 그 후로는 두리틀에게 오지 않고 …
 
His sister used to grumble about all these animals and said they made the house untidy. And one day when an old lady with rheumatism came to see the Doctor, she sat on the hedgehog who was sleeping on the sofa and never came to see him any more, but drove every Saturday all the way to Oxenthorpe, another town ten miles off, to see a different docto…
 
He had a cow with a calf too, and an old lame horse—twenty-five years of age—and chickens, and pigeons, and two lambs, and many other animals. But his favorite pets were Dab-Dab the duck, Jip the dog, Gub-Gub the baby pig, Polynesia the parrot, and the owl Too-Too.-----------------------------------------He had a cow with a calf too, (그는 또한 송아지가 있는…
 
He was very fond of animals and kept many kinds of pets. Besides the gold-fish in the pond at the bottom of his garden, he had rabbits in the pantry, white mice in his piano, a squirrel in the linen closet and a hedgehog in the cellar. ---------------------------------He was very fond of animals (그는 동물을 매우 좋아했다)and kept many kinds of pets. (그리고 많은 …
 
The house he lived in, on the edge of the town, was quite small; but his garden was very large and had a wide lawn and stone seatsand weeping-willows hanging over. His sister, Sarah Dolittle, was housekeeper for him; but the Doctor looked after the garden himself.-------------------The house he lived in(그가 살았던 집)✔the house (which) he lived inon the…
 
He lived in a little town called, Puddleby-on-the-Marsh. All the folks, young and old, knew him well by sight. And whenever he walked down the street in his high hat, everyone would say, “There goes the Doctor!—He’s a clever man.” And the dogs and the children would all run up and follow behind him; and even the crows that lived in the church-tower…
 
THE STORY OF DOCTOR DOLITTLE (닥터 두리틀 이야기)저자: Hugh Lofting (휴 로프팅)Chapter 1. Puddleby (퍼들비: '웅덩이 옆'이라는 의미)-------------------------------------------ONCE upon a time, many years ago—when our grandfathers were little children—there was a doctor; and his name was Dolittle—John Dolittle, M.D. “M.D.” means that he was a proper doctor and knew a whole lo…
 
The Selfish Giantby Oscar Wilde---------------------------------This LibriVox recording is in the Public Domain.Recording by Phil Chenevert오디오북https://librivox.org/the-happy-prince-and-other-tales-by-oscar-wilde-2/전자책http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/30120애니메이션https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jtLTS7T8cc---------------------------------The Selfish Gia…
 
애니메이션 링크: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jtLTS7T8cc-------------------------For on the palms of the child's hands were the prints of two nails, and the prints of two nails were on the little feet. "Who hath dared to wound thee?" cried the Giant; "tell me, that I might take my big sword and slay him.""Nay!" answered the child; "but these are the w…
 
The Selfish Giantwritten by Oscar Wilde#01Every afternoon, as they were coming from school, the children used to go and play in the Giant's garden.It was a large lovely garden with soft green grass.Here and there over the grass stood beautiful flowers like stars, and there were twelve peach-trees that in the spring-time broke out into delicate blos…
 
a tree quite covered with lovely white blossoms.사랑스러운 하얀 꽃들로 '덮인' 나무a tree covering my window내 창문을 '덮는' 나무*이 부분에서 covered, covering 등이 분사이며 a tree를 뒤에서 꾸미는 역할을 합니다.[퀴즈]1. 나는 밥을 덮는 계란프라이를 좋아한다.2. 나는 파슬리에 뒤덮인 계란프라이를 좋아한다.*방송에서 제가 습관적으로 '계란'이라고 하는데 이는 '계란프라이'를 의미하는 것이니 감안해서 영작하시기 바랍니다.
 
The Selfish Giantwritten by Oscar Wilde#01Every afternoon, as they were coming from school, the children used to go and play in the Giant's garden.It was a large lovely garden with soft green grass.Here and there over the grass stood beautiful flowers like stars, and there were twelve peach-trees that in the spring-time broke out into delicate blos…
 
Every afternoon, when school was over, the children came and played with the Giant. But the little boy whom the Giant loved was never seen again. The Giant was very kind to all the children, yet he longed for his first little friend, and often spoke of him. "How I would like to see him!" he used to say.…
 
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