О.Уайльд. Преданный друг. Ч.6
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THE DEVOTED FRIEND
‘Hans,’ said the Miller, ‘I will give you my wheelbarrow. It is not in very good repair; indeed, one side is gone, and there is something wrong with the wheel-spokes (спицы); but in spite of that I will give it to you. I know it is very generous of me, and a great many people would think me extremely foolish for parting with it, but I am not like the rest of the world. I think that generosity is the essence of friendship, and, besides, I have got a new wheelbarrow for myself. Yes, you may set your mind at ease, I will give you my wheelbarrow.'
‘Well, really, that is generous of you,’ said little Hans, and his funny round face glowed all over with pleasure. ‘I can easily put it in repair, as I have a plank of wood (доски для обшивки) in the house.'
‘A plank of wood!’ said the Miller; ‘why, that is just what I want for the roof of my barn. There is a very large hole in it, and the corn will all get damp if I don’t stop it up. How lucky you mentioned it! It is quite remarkable how one good action always breeds another. I have given you my wheelbarrow, and now you are going to give me your plank. Of course, the wheelbarrow is worth far more than the plank, but true friendship never notices things like that. Pray get it at once, and I will set to work at my barn this very day.'
‘Certainly,’ cried little Hans, and he ran into the shed and dragged the plank out.
‘It is not a very big plank,’ said the Miller, looking at it, ‘and I am afraid that after I have mended my barn-roof there won’t be any left for you to mend the wheelbarrow with; but, of course, that is not my fault. And now, as I have given you my wheelbarrow, I am sure you would like to give me some flowers in return. Here is the basket, and mind you fill it quite full.'
‘Quite full?’ said little Hans, rather sorrowfully, for it was really a very big basket, and he knew that if he filled it he would have no flowers left for the market, and he was very anxious to get his silver buttons back.
‘Well, really,’ answered the Miller, ‘as I have given you my wheelbarrow, I don’t think that it is much to ask you for a few flowers. I may be wrong, but I should have thought that friendship, true friendship, was quite free from selfishness of any kind.'
‘My dear friend, my best friend,’ cried little Hans, ‘you are welcome to all the flowers in my garden. I would much sooner have your good opinion than my silver buttons, any day;’ and he ran and plucked all his pretty primroses, and filled the Miller’s basket.
‘Good-bye, little Hans,’ said the Miller, as he went up the hill with the plank on his shoulder, and the big basket in his hand.
‘Good-bye,’ said little Hans, and he began to dig away quite merrily, he was so pleased about the wheelbarrow.
Список слов, которые выучили в уроке
repair - исправность, ремонт
side - сторона, бок
in spite of - несмотря на
generous - щедрый, великодушный
extremely - чрезвычайно, крайне
to part with - расставаться
essence - сущность, существо
at ease - покойно, непринужденно
to glow - сиять, светиться
pleasure - удовольствие
roof - крыша
hole - дыра, отверстие
corn - зерно, кукуруза
damp - влажный, сырой
to mention - упоминать
remarkable - замечательный, выдающийся
action - поступок, действие
to breed (bred, bred) - порождать
worth - стоящий, заслуживающий
to notice - замечать, обращать внимание
shed - сарай, навес
to drag - тащить, тянуть
to mend - чинить
fault - вина, недостаток
to fill - наполнять, переполнять
full - полный
sorrowfully - печально, грустно
anxious - сильно желающий
selfishness - эгоизм
opinion - мнение, убеждение
shoulder - плечо
to dig (dug, dug) - копать, рыть
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