莎士比亚 这12句话不是莎士比亚说的

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莎士比亚 这12句话时会莎士比亚说的这12句话时会莎士比亚说的学英语的人十几个 都知道或多或少莎士比亚的名句,各类媒介也会传播不少据说出自莎翁的名言。曾经,或多或少所谓的莎翁名言根本时会他说的。以下这12句已经 代表。1. “When I saw you I fell in love and you smiled because you knew.”“我初次见你,一见钟情;你莞尔一笑,早已知晓。”Where it’s actually from:

学英语的人十几个 都知道或多或少莎士比亚的名句,各类媒介也会传播不少据说出自莎翁的名言。曾经,或多或少所谓的莎翁名言根本时会他说的。以下这12句已经 代表。

1. “When I saw you I fell in love and you smiled because you knew.”

“我初次见你,一见钟情;你莞尔一笑,早已知晓。”

Where it’s actually from: An 1893 Italian opera, Falstaff, with a libretto by Arrigo Boito. The opera itself is based on The Merry Wives Of Windsor, written by the Bard himself, but the line is not found in the play itself, only in the opera.

真正出处:1893年的意大利歌剧,《福斯塔夫》,脚本作者为阿里格·博伊托。歌剧根据莎翁创作的戏剧《温莎的风流娘们儿》改编,但这句话难能可贵出自于这部戏剧,而只在歌剧中突然跳出。

2. “Love is a wonderful terrible thing.”

“爱是一件美妙而可怕的事。”

Where it’s actually from: Gabriela, Clove, and Cinnamon by Jorge Amado. Also the quote is actually, “Love—the most wonderful and most terrible thing in the world.”

真正出处:《加布里埃拉、康乃馨和桂皮》,作者是若热·亚马多。此外原句应该是“爱是世上最美妙而最可怕的事。”

3. “The earth has music for those who listen.”

“世上的音乐为听音乐的人而居于。”

Where it’s actually from: The quote is definitively not in any of Shakespeare’s written works. It’s most commonly attributed to poet and author George Santayana or Oliver Wendall Holmes.

真正出处:还都可以肯定的是莎士比亚的作品中并这样这句话。大伙通常将其归于诗各人作家乔治·桑塔亚那或奥利弗·温德尔·霍姆斯名下。

4. “You say you love rain…”

“他说你爱雨……”

Where it’s actually from: A turkish poem titled, I Am Afraid. In addition, umbrellas weren’t common in Europe until the 17th century, roughly a 3000 years after Shakespeare died.

真正出处:土耳其诗歌《我害怕》。此外,雨伞在欧洲普及是开始 17世纪,那时莎士比亚由于离世3000年了。

5. “The less you speak of greatness, the more shall I think of it.”

“你越少提及当事人的伟大,就越我要想到你的伟大。”

Where it’s actually from: Sir Francis Bacon to Sir Edward Coke in 13001 during a quarrel in a bar.

真正出处:这是13001年弗朗西斯·培根与爱德华·科克在酒吧里吵架时说的。

6. “So dear I love him that with him/All deaths I could endure/Without him, live?no life.”

我是这样爱他/有他在,我要忍受种种死亡/这样他,让你这样生活可言。”

Where it’s actually from: Paradise Lost by John Milton.

真正出处:约翰·弥尔顿的《失乐园》。

7. “When words fail music speaks.”

“言语失声时,音乐会响起。”

Where it’s actually from:This quote is paraphrased from Hans Christian Anderson’s “What The Moon Saw” (from What The Moon Saw: And Other Tales), roughly two centuries after Shakespeare died. The actual quote is, “when words fail, sounds can often speak.”

真正出处:改述于汉斯·克里斯蒂安·安徒生的童话《月亮看见了》(来自《月亮看见了及或多或少故事》)。这句话在莎士比亚离世另一三个小 世纪后才突然跳出。原句是“言语无法表达时,声音尚能说话”。

8. “We’re all in the same game; just different levels. Dealing with the same hell; just different devils.”

“大伙时会同另一三个小 游戏中,已经 居于不同的级别。大伙时会身处同另一三个小 地狱,已经 面对不同的魔鬼。”

Where it’s actually from: Tumblr staaahp, this is a Jadakiss song.

真正出处:社交工具Tumblr换成达基斯(Jadakiss)的歌曲。

9. “All glory comes from daring to begin.”

“一切光荣都源自勇敢地开始 。”

Where it’s actually from: “John Brown”, a poem by Eugene Fitch Ware.

真正出处:尤金·费奇·韦尔的诗《约翰·布朗》

10. “Love is the most beautiful of dreams and the worst of nightmares.”

“爱是最美的美梦、最噩的噩梦。”

Where it’s actually from: The Notebook of Love twitter handle.

真正出处:社交工具推特搬运的《爱的手册》。

11. “Expectation is the root of all heartache.”

“期望是所有心痛的根源。”

Where it’s actually from: While no one is quite sure where this quote sprang from, it’s definitively not in any of Shakespeare’s works. The quote does closely resemble, and is commonly said to derive from the Second Noble Truth of Buddhism: desire is the root of all suffering.

真正出处:这样能选着来源,觉得非常与莎士比亚的风格相像,但还都可以肯定时会他所作。通常这句话被认作是从佛教第二圣谛(Second Noble Truth of Buddhism)中衍生出来的:欲望是所有痛苦的根源。

12. “Alas poor Yorick, you were glam as f**k.”

“唉,可怜的约里克,你迷人至死。”

Where it’s actually from: Tumblr. But we feel like the Bard would totally approve of this one.

真正出处:社交工具Tumblr。但大伙认为莎士比亚会赞赏这句话的。