英文 ベンジャミン・バニーのおはなし 3/3

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The tale of Benjamin Bunny 3/3
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1 ポンチョ 2835 E+ 2.9 97.4% 704.2 2051 54 43 2020/10/13

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(The cat got up and stretched herself,)

The cat got up and stretched herself,

(and came and sniffed at the basket.)

and came and sniffed at the basket.

(Perhaps she liked the smell of onions!)

Perhaps she liked the smell of onions!

(Anyway, she sat down upon the top of the basket.)

Anyway, she sat down upon the top of the basket.

(She sat there for five hours.)

She sat there for five hours.

(***)

***

(I cannot draw you a picture of Peter and Benjamin underneath the basket,)

I cannot draw you a picture of Peter and Benjamin underneath the basket,

(because it was quite dark,)

because it was quite dark,

(and because the smell of onions was fearful;)

and because the smell of onions was fearful;

(it made Peter Rabbit and little Benjamin cry.)

it made Peter Rabbit and little Benjamin cry.

(The sun got round behind the wood,)

The sun got round behind the wood,

(and it was quite late in the afternoon;)

and it was quite late in the afternoon;

(but still the cat sat upon the basket.)

but still the cat sat upon the basket.

(At length there was a pitter-patter, pitter-patter,)

At length there was a pitter-patter, pitter-patter,

(and some bits of mortar fell from the wall above.)

and some bits of mortar fell from the wall above.

(The cat looked up and saw old Mr.Benjamin Bunny)

The cat looked up and saw old Mr.Benjamin Bunny

(prancing along the top of the wall of the upper terrace.)

prancing along the top of the wall of the upper terrace.

(He was smoking a pipe of rabbit-tabacco, and had a little switch in his hand.)

He was smoking a pipe of rabbit-tabacco, and had a little switch in his hand.

(He was looking for his son.)

He was looking for his son.

(Old Mr.Bunny had no opinion whatever of cats.)

Old Mr.Bunny had no opinion whatever of cats.

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(He took a tremendous jump off the top of the wall on to the top of the cat,)

He took a tremendous jump off the top of the wall on to the top of the cat,

(and cuffed it off the basket,)

and cuffed it off the basket,

(and kicked it into the green-house,scratching off a handful of fur.)

and kicked it into the green-house,scratching off a handful of fur.

(The cat was too much surprised to scratch back.)

The cat was too much surprised to scratch back.

(When old Mr.Bunny had driven the cat into the green-house, he locked the door.)

When old Mr.Bunny had driven the cat into the green-house, he locked the door.

(Then he came back to the basket and)

Then he came back to the basket and

(took out his son Benjamin by the ears,)

took out his son Benjamin by the ears,

(and whipped him with the little switch.)

and whipped him with the little switch.

(Then he took out his nephew Peter.)

Then he took out his nephew Peter.

(Then he took out the handkerchief of onions,)

Then he took out the handkerchief of onions,

(and marched out of the garden.)

and marched out of the garden.

(When Mr.McGregor returned about half an hour later,)

When Mr.McGregor returned about half an hour later,

(he observed several things which perplexed him.)

he observed several things which perplexed him.

(It looked as though some person had been walking all over the garden in a pair of clogs -)

It looked as though some person had been walking all over the garden in a pair of clogs -

(only the foot-marks were too ridiculously little!)

only the foot-marks were too ridiculously little!

(Also he could not understand how the cat could have managed to shut herself up inside the green-house,)

Also he could not understand how the cat could have managed to shut herself up inside the green-house,

(locking the door upon the outside.)

locking the door upon the outside.

(When Peter got home, his mother forgave him,)

When Peter got home, his mother forgave him,

(because she was so glad to see that he had found his shoes and coat.)

because she was so glad to see that he had found his shoes and coat.

(Cotton-tail and Peter folded up the pocket-handkerchief,)

Cotton-tail and Peter folded up the pocket-handkerchief,

(and old Mrs.Rabbit strung up the onions and hung them from the kitchen ceiling,)

and old Mrs.Rabbit strung up the onions and hung them from the kitchen ceiling,

(with the bunches of herbs and the rabbit-tobacco.)

with the bunches of herbs and the rabbit-tobacco.

(The End)

The End

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