成语——熟能生巧

Meaning of the Idiom

shu neng sheng qiao(Practice makes perfect.)

Chen Yaozi, Duke Kang Su was unsurpassed in archery, and he had a very high opinion of himself.

One day, when he was shooting arrows in his own garden, an old oil peddler happened to pass by. The old man laid down his shoulder pole with its load, stood to one side, watched askance for a long while and didn’t go away.

When the old man saw him hit the target every time, he didn’t cheer, but only nodded slightly. Duke Kang Su asked:

“Do you know archery too? Isn’t my skill excellent?”

The old man said:

“This is nothing, only skillful technique.”

Duke Kang Su was angry and rebuked him loudly:

“How dare you belittle my archery skill?”

The old man replied unhurriedly:

“I know this from pouring oil.”

As he spoke, he put a bottle gourd on the ground, and a copper coin with a hole in its centre on the mouth of the bottle gourd. Then he slowly poured oil into the bottle gourd with a ladle. The oil, like a thin string, went straight into the bottle gourd through the hole in the copper coin without staining the coin at all.

The old man smiled and said:

“This is nothing either, only skillful technique.”

熟能生巧

shú néng shēng qiǎo,意思是熟练了就能产生巧办法、好办法。

出自《镜花缘》。

例句

要想掌握技术,只有勤学苦练,才能熟能生巧

吹制这个玻璃花瓶需要高超的技巧,这位师傅已经做了十几年。俗话说熟能生巧,只见他一套流畅的动作后,花瓶制成了 。

奶奶说熟能生巧,果不其然,经过一遍遍的尝试,我终于做出了美味佳肴。

Reading The Paragraphs!

Meaning of Words

 

词语华文解释英文解释
精良意思是精致优良;十分完善。
例句:这部小说字体清晰,印制精良,可以作为收藏版了。
excellent
举世无双指世界上再没有第二个这样的人或物,形容极其罕见稀有;无与伦比。
例句:圆明园位于北京西郊,是一座举世无双的大型皇家园林。
have no equal in the world
夸耀意思是指向人炫耀自己的长处、优势、功劳等,属于贬义词。
例句:她很谦逊,从不夸耀自己。
flaunt
恭维指出于讨好对方的目的而去称赞、颂扬。
例句:他们当面恭维你,可是转过背去又在说你的坏话呢!
flatter
光说不练意思是指只会说而不干实事。
例句:他是个光说不练的人。
all talk, no action
窍门比喻解决问题的好办法。
例句:告诉你一个小窍门,这样会使做这件事方便得多。
key(to a problem); know-how
得心应手意思是心手相应,运用自如,多形容技艺纯熟。
例句:这把斧子他用了很久,砍起树来得心应手的。
handy with facility / with facility
琢磨原指琢和打磨玉石。现比喻反复思考;研究。
例句:他话中的意思,我当然可以琢磨出来!
ponder

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