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cuento de la cenicienta en ingles(CINDERELLA)

Once upon a time there lived an unhappy young girl. Her mother was dead and her father had married a widow with two daughters. Her stepmother didn’t like her one little bit. All her kind thoughts and loving touches were for her own daughters. Nothing was too good for them – dresses, shoes, delicious food, soft beds, and every home comfort.

But, for the poor unhappy girl, there was nothing at all. No dresses, only her stepsisters’ hand-me-downs. No lovely dishes, nothing but scraps. No rest and no comfort. She had to work hard all day. Only when evening came was she allowed to sit for a while by the fire, near the cinders. That’s why everybody called her Cinderella.

Cinderella used to spend long hours all alone talking to the cat. The cat said, “Miaow”, which really meant, “Cheer up! You have something neither of your stepsisters has and that is beauty.” It was quite true. Cinderella, even dressed in old rags, was a lovely girl. While her stepsisters, no matter how splendid and elegant their clothes, were still clumsy, lumpy and ugly and always would be.

One day, beautiful new dresses arrived at the house. A ball was to be held at the palace and the stepsisters were getting ready to go. Cinderella didn’t even dare ask if she could go too. She knew very well what the answer would be: “You? You’re staying at home to wash the dishes, scrub the floors and turn down the beds for your stepsisters. They will come home tired and very sleepy”. Cinderella sighed, “Oh dear, I’m so unhappy!”. and the cat murmured, “Miaow”..

Suddenly something amazing happened. As Cinderella was sitting all alone, there was a burst of light and a fairy appeared. “Don’t be alarmed, Cinderella”,. said the fairy. “I know you would love to go to the ball. And so you shall!”. “How can I, dressed in rags?”, Cinderella replied. “The servants will turn me away!”.

The fairy smiled. With a flick of her magic wand Cinderella found herself wearing the most beautiful dress she had ever seen. “Now for your coach”, said the fairy. “A real lady would never go to a ball on foot! Quick! Get me a pumpkin!”. “Oh of course”, said Cinderella, rushing away. Then the fairy turned to the cat. “You, bring me seven mice, and, remember they must be alive!”.

Cinderella soon returned with the pumpkin and the cat with seven mice he had caught in the cellar. With a flick of the magic wand the pumpkin turned into a sparkling coach. Six of the mice became white horses, while the seventh mouse turned into a coachman in a smart uniform and carrying a whip. Cinderella could hardly believe her eyes.

But the fairy, above all things, told her not to stay until after midnight. “If you stay one minute longer, the coach will become a pumpkin again, your horses and the coachman will become mice, and your clothes will become just rags”

Cinderella promised her she would leave the ball before midnight. And away she went full of joy and happiness.

Cinderella had a wonderful time at the ball until she heard the first stroke of midnight. Suddenly, she remembered the fairy’s warning, and without a word of goodbye she slipped from the Prince’s arms and ran down the steps. As she ran she lost one of her slippers, but not for a moment did she dream of stopping to pick it up. If the last stroke of midnight were to sound, what a disaster that would be! So out Cinderella fled and vanished into the night.

The Prince, who was now madly in love with her, picked up the slipper and said to his ministers, “Go and search everywhere for the girl whose foot this slipper fits. I will never be content until I find her!”

So the ministers tried the slipper on the foot of every girl in the land until only Cinderella was left.

“That awful untidy girl simply cannot have been at the ball”,. snapped the stepmother. “Tell the Prince he ought to marry one of my two daughters! Can’t you see how ugly Cinderella is?”. But, to everyone’s amazement, the shoe fitted perfectly.

Suddenly the fairy appeared and waved her magic wand. In a flash, Cinderella appeared in a splendid dress, shining with youth and beauty. Her stepmother and stepsisters gaped at her in amazement. Then the ministers said, “Come with us Cinderella! The Prince is waiting for you.”

Then the ministers said, “Come with us Cinderella! The Prince is waiting for you.”

And so Cinderella married the Prince and lived happily ever. As for the cat, he just said “Miaow!”

12 comentarios

  1. muy bueno

    noviembre 6, 2012 en 9:43 pm

  2. madelyn

    esta de poca la historia de cenicienta muy chido

    febrero 1, 2013 en 8:24 pm

  3. elizzabeth

    Muchas gracias,esto era lo que estaba buscando y no lo encontraba por ningun lado
    si no fuera seguido buscando no fuera encontrado esta pagina.

    marzo 26, 2013 en 1:29 am

  4. cami muñoz

    necesito los verbos me ayudan?

    abril 13, 2013 en 3:16 pm

  5. kelly

    Es un lindo cuento y m ayudo con mi tarea para el colegio

    abril 15, 2013 en 12:47 am

  6. yesii

    esta hermoso

    junio 24, 2013 en 10:38 pm

    • yesii

      que bien

      junio 24, 2013 en 10:39 pm

  7. yesii

    pues mejor no

    junio 24, 2013 en 10:40 pm

  8. yadi

    me sirvio mucho pata mi tarea

    diciembre 1, 2013 en 11:26 pm

  9. exelente estaba chido el cuento esto me ayudo para el examen del la escuela que chido

    diciembre 9, 2013 en 5:06 pm

  10. el cuento estuvo buenasoooooooooooooooooooooooo que hermoso estaba

    diciembre 9, 2013 en 5:15 pm

  11. buenaso que estuvo el cuento

    diciembre 9, 2013 en 11:50 pm

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