You Will Soon Get Used to It
An old man dies. He leaves his son a lot of money. But the son is a foolish young man, and he quickly spends all the money. Of course, when that happens, all his friends leave him. When he is poor and alone, he goes to see a kind, clever old man. The old man often helps people.
一位老人死了。他留给他的儿子一大笔钱，但这个儿子是个愚蠢的年轻人，他很快把钱全部花光了 。当然，这个时候，他的朋友 也就全都离开他了。在他非常贫穷和孤独的时候，他去找一位善良、聪明的 老人，这位老人经常帮助别人。
“I have no money and I have no friends,” says the young man, “What sill happen to me?”
“Don’t worry, young man,” answers the old man, “everything will soon be all right. Wait and you will soon feel much happier.”
The young man is very glad. “Am I going to get rich again then?” he asked.
“No,” says the old man, “You will soon get used to being poor and having no friends.”
get used to 适应
foolish adj. 愚蠢的
quickly adv. 很快的
happen v. 发生
alone adj. 孤独的
1. How does the young man get his money?
2. What kind of a man is he?
3. What happens to the money?
1. His father dies and leaves it to him.
2. He is a foolish young man.
3. He quickly spends it all.