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参考译文 1. Paper cutting is one of China’s most popular traditional folk arts. Chinese paper cutting has a history of more than 1,500 years. It was widespread particularly during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. People often beautify their homes with paper cuttings. During the Spring Festival and wedding celebrations, in particular, paper cuttings are used to decorate doors, windows and rooms in order to enhance the joyous atmosphere. The color most frequently used in paper cutting is red, which symbolizes health and prosperity. Chinese paper cutting is very popular around the world and it is often given as a present to foreign friends. 参考译文: 1. Moon cakes are a special kind of food in China. They are very popular with the Chinese at home and abroad. Moon cakes are to Mid-Autumn Festival what mince pies are to Christmas. To celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese usually do two things: enjoy the full moon and eat delicious moon cakes. Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. It is the time when the moon is said to be at its brightest and fullest. And the moon is what this celebration is all about. In the eyes of the Chinese people , a moon cake symbolizes the reunion of all family members. 讲解:第二句中的“……就好比”可以用“……s like…”,但译文中所用句型更好地表达这个含 义。 如: “智力之于大脑, 犹如视力之于躯体。 “ Intellect is to the mind what sight is to the body.”

2. The shadow puppet play, also known as ‘shadow play’, is one of China’s famous folk opera forms. During the performance, players usually sing while holing/manipulating human figures, which are made of animal skin and paper board. The shadows of those human figures are reflected on a curtain through the light. This creates the illusion of moving images. Sometimes the performer needs to control three or four puppets. Shadow puppet play enjoys a long history in China. It was introduced to many countries during the Yuan Dynasty and attracted many foreign audience. They call the art form Chinese shadow play. 参考译文 3. The cell phone is a great invention. But obviously, It has altered the relationship among people. There is usually a notice on the door of the meeting room, which reads, “Please turn off your hand-set.” However, phones ring now and then when the meeting goes on. We are but ordinary people and have few urgencies to tackle with. Nevertheless, we will not switch off our phones easily. Phones-on symbolizes our connecting with this world. Obviously, cell phone has been reflecting our “thirst for socialization”. 参考译文 4. Beijing is an ancient city with a history of 3,000 years. As early as the 11th century, B.C., it was the capital of the Kingdom of Yan; that's why Beijing is also known as Yanjing. In the few thousand years afterwards, Beijing again served as the capital for the Jin,Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties. Beijing is one of China's six ancient capitals; the other five are Xi’an, Nanjing, Luoyang, Kaifeng, and Hangzhou. Beijing is a city both old and young, with

many places of historical interest and scenic beauty. From the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, and the Summer Palace, you can see that Beijing has retained a lot of color of old Chinese life. 参考译文 5. For many years, I have been in the habit of getting up before daybreak to start work at four. Instead of going out for a jog or walk, I’ll set about my work as soon as I’m out of bed. As a result, it is from inside my study that I've got the feel of predawn Beijing. Years ago, I hit upon a newspaper article about street cleaners in Tian’anmen Square at daybreak. It must have been a very moving scene, but what a pity I haven’t seen it with my own eyes. I can only picture it in my mind longingly. 6. 参考译文 At present, man’s living environment is being ruined, and beautiful nature is no longer so beautiful. Protection of wild life is protection of man himself. So I appeal strongly to all to stop killing the chimpanzee or any other wild animal. Let us human beings have more friends on the earth, and leave more wild life for future generations. Or the earth would be destroyed by man, and man by man himself. 参考译文 Few visitors to China will fail to notice the eagerness of the Chinese to learn English.2) In public parks there are special corners where English learners old and young gather at regular time to practise their spoken English.3) Foreign visitors are often besieged on streets by English learners who want to talk with them in English abut anything from weather to politics.4) English classes are mushrooming across the land. 参考译文 Actually the last fifty years was not the golden age of invention and innovation. From 1900 to 1950, human life was transformed by such invention as cars, aeroplanes, telephones, radios and television sets, not to mention nuclear weapons and the computer of course. In the recent 50 years since only a few inventions have been made, was the wellspring of invention drying up? Not likely. Indeed, a new age of invention is just beginning. 参考译文 Some people are worrying that the wide use of computer technology will cause further unemployment. Another argument however holds that although some individuals will lose their jobs society as a whole will benefit economically through increases in productivity. Despite its effects on society one thing is certain: the technically trained will become ever more valuable while the jobs for the blue-collar population will become less available.




参考译文 10. An important decision is always made by individuals not by committees whether it involves a company or a government. We need committees because that’s where people could share their opinions and experiences. But they could not replace individuals. The reason is obvious: a committee faced with a major decision can’t always move as quickly as the events it is trying to respond to. 参考译文

11. College provides a chance to explore the vast areas of unlimited knowledge. To have a rich full life a college student should make the most of the opportunities at hand. He should realize that going to college means a lot more than earning a degree and securing a good job. If he can explore beyond his immediate career objectives he will enjoy the rest of his life. 参考译文 12. Culture is the best medium for people of different countries to understand each other. Through culture festivals, many cities in China have raised their prestige in the world. As has been proven that, this is one of the best ways to promote the communication between Chinese people and the people from different parts of the world. This kind of communication is not only confined to culture, but extends to economy and other fields. 参考译文 13. College students now bear heavy academic pressure. You will find them—except seniors who are beginning to look for a job—always too busy in studies to join campus organizations, too busy to take part in sports and other extracurricular activities, too busy to share the interests of their friends and too busy to pay attention to anything that is not connected with their studies. In short they have become nothing but a robot. They are under pressure to do too much work in too little time. If their roommates are studying in the library until it closes at midnight while they go to a movie they will feel guilty. The very idea of doing nothing during the day will make them uncomfortable and sleepless all night. They study so hard that they have hardly had time to savor life and to pursue other interests to grow as well-rounded people. The pursuit of college education costs them too much personal happiness and health. 参考译文 14. During his life time Xu Xiake visited 16 provinces leaving his footprints nearly everywhere across the land. He never blindly accepted the conclusions given by books nor did he treat authority as the sole basis for truth. As a result he found many inaccuracies in the travel notes on geography written by his predecessors. In order to get a detailed and truthful picture of the particular places he preferred to travel on foot instead of by cart or boat despite long distances and even ventured into mountainous areas and jungles which are rarely traveled by people and full of dangers. The payoff for his effort was his discovery of many fantastic landscapes which attracted him to return in different seasons and even different hours of the day to observe their kaleidoscopic spectacles. He was not only a good observer accurate patient and objective but also applied persistent thought to the observations he made. 参考译文 15. On this most beautiful moon-lit mid-autumn evening, I'm very glad to be invited to attend your company's celebration evening party, and share a relaxing and memorable evening with you. We are so busily engaged in our work that we have virtually little time sitting down and talking to each other. I hope this party will give an opportunity to talk to each other freely, and to increase / enhance personal friendship. In this era of intensive competition, interpersonal relations become increasingly intense. What appears to be lacking are the traditional human warmth and care. China's Mid-autumn Festival does not only provide an occasion for getting together, but also implies opportunities for care,

harmony and dedication. I wish to thank you again for your invitation to / giving me the opportunity to attend this mid-autumn evening party. 参考译文 16. Hong Kong a tiny island perched on the tip of Southern China plays a pivotal role in an increasingly globalized economy. Given its strategic location internationally oriented business culture and excellent communications it has become a crossroad of world trade and the nerve center of the Asia—Pacific region. Commercial links reach out to corporations in over 170 countries and regions. Its trade with the rest of Asia has increased substantially. Its container port is now the busiest and is undergoing further expansion. Although Hong Kong’s emergence as a world financial center came in recent 20 years offshore loans account for more than half of the total loan provided by its banks. As the “Pearl of the Orient” returns once again to China’s palm, its people see her future as brighter than ever. 参考译文 17. Sometimes it is interpersonal skills rather than professional skills that really counts in your career. Interpersonal skills are nothing but the ability to be good listener to be sensitive toward others’ needs to take criticism well. People with skill in social relations admit their mistakes and take their share of blame which is a mature and responsible way to handle an error. That’s why many mediocre employees survive violent corporate upheavals while people of great talent are being laid off. Sensitive in their dealings with others they are well liked everywhere. People with poor interpersonal skills have trouble taking criticism. When confronted with a mistake they let their ego get in the way. They deny responsibility and became moody or angry. They mark themselves as “prickly”. 参考答案 18. Online chat refers to the simultaneous text communication between two or more people via computer. It is synchronous-one person types a message on his keyboard, and the people with whom he is chatting see the message appear on their monitors and respond almost immediately. Chat has its own jargon. They are easy to type and make the communication more efficient. People who chat commonly use abbreviations. BRB, for example, means ”be right back”. IMHO means “in my humble opinion”. The electronic network industry, which was virtually unknown years ago, has become an vital part of a country’s national life. An increasing population of netizens make use of what is popularly known as the “information superhighway”. 参考译文 19. Over the last two decades, no country in the world has expanded its foreign trade as fast as China. Japan took more than 20 years to double its foreign trade, while China, for the same length of time, has quadrupled its foreign trade (has increased its foreign trade by three times .. Already the world' s third largest producer of electric appliances, China is now playing a major role in the global market of the electric wares. China has also become a major producer of labor-intensive manufactured goods in the world. 参考译文 20. Since economic opening up and reform policy began in 1978, China’s economy has grown 90 times bigger, and isthe fastest growing major economy in the world. China’s

annual average GDP growth is predicted to be 9.5 percent for the period of 2011-2015. It is the world’s largest exporter and the second largest importer of goods. It is also known as the world’s second biggest consumer of luxury goods. It now has the world’s second largest GDP at about 6 trillion US dollars, 40 percent of the United States. China is the world’s factory. One out of every three household appliances/ three toys/ two pairs of shoes/ two shirts are made in China. 参考译文 21. The People’s Republic of China, commonly known as China, is located in East Asia, and borders14 nations or districts in the world. It is the most populous state in the world with a 1.3 billion population. China’s made of 56 distinctive ethnic groups, with Han Chinese making the 92% of its whole population. Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world as well as one of the most complicated for foreigners. There are many regional dialects of Chinese although the most widely spoken is Mandarin and Cantonese. Chinese characters evolved over time from earlier forms of hieroglyphs. Chinese contains over 40,000 characters, but a well-educated person can recognized around 6,000 characters. Some 3,000 are required to read a newspaper.


1. Chinese Festival
Chinese traditional festivals and rituals, a part of Chinese culture, are the results of its legends of ancestors and agricultural production experiences. As early as the Xia dynasty (21-16 century B.C.), the first day of the first moon in the lunar calendar was known as the "head of year". But it was not until the Han dynasty (206 B.C. - 220 A.D.) that the day became a widely celebrated holiday. After the 1911 revolution, however, the Gregorian calendar officially replaced the traditional Chinese calendar and the "beginning of the year" became known as the Spring Festival. In post-1949 China, the Spring Festival has become a national holiday which is celebrated throughout the entire country. Spring Festival is as important to Chinese as Christmas to westerns. It is the Chinese New Year, known also as "passing the year" in Chinese, marking the most important and popular of all Chinese festivals. Spring Festival Activities: hang red lanterns paste " Fu " (good fortune) upside down paste "the image of the god of wealth" onto doors, window or walls ignite firecrackers to drive away the legendary animal " Nian "which would bring omen, that's

how the alternative name of Spring Festival " Guo Nian " came forth. make dumplings lantern play, lion play, dragon play, Shehuo play etc. Lantern Festival falls on the 15th day of the first month in the Chinese lunar calendar. The name of this festival is in fact derived from a Tang dynasty(618-907) custom of hanging out lanterns on the night of the festival. The Lantern Festival is also celebrated with round dumplings made of glutinous rice flour and filled with a variety of sweet fillings, known as Yuan Xiao (literally "the night of the first full moon"), which is another name for the festival. Festival of Pure Brightness, called as Tomb-sweeping Day, it is the occasion for all the Chinese to honor their ancestors. As it is early spring and usually falls around April 4, it is usually breezy and drizzly. But urban dweller prefer to go to the countryside during the season. Paying respects to the dead in the third month in lunar calendar is related to the custom of funeral. Sweeping tomb has been an indispensable custom since Qin Dynasty, but this is not only one of the twenty-four solar terms, it is also an old traditional festival. The day before tomb-sweeping day is called “Hanshi Festival” which is also in the third month of lunar year. This festival is in memory of a famous minister of Jin kingdom during the Spring and Autumn Period. Customs related to Pure Brightness Festival: not eating food, sweeping the tomb of ancestors, going out to suburb, having a swing, flying a kite, cockfighting, and playing the ball, etc. Dragon Boat Festival is on the 5th day of the fifth month in the Chinese lunar calendar. This festival was established in commemoration of Qu Yuan (c.340-278 B.C.), a statesman and poet of the Warring States Period (475-221 B.C.). An official of the State of Chu, Qu Yuan was thwarted in his ambitions to save the country and threw himself into the Biluo River when the State of Qin conquered Chu. Zongzi, glutinous rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves, are served on the festival and Dragon Boat races are held, which are strenuous and become popular in Southern provinces. Traditionally the dragon boat festival is " Sanitation Festival " as well. On that day people would sweep the floor in the yard, hang moat, sprinkle arsenic sulphide on the floor and drink alcohol made of arsenic sulphide, in order to sterilize and defend illness. The Seventh Evening of the Seventh Month Festival The seventh evening of the seventh month festival is originated from a touching tale. It is also called as " meeting of stars ". It is said that a herd-boy from mundane world and a weaving-girl from heaven loved each other. They were separated by the Milk Road by the order of Wang Mu-the goddess ruling the heaven, and were permitted to meet only once a year. The herd-boy and the weaving girl became the stars Altair and Vegra. They would meet on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month every year. People regarded the date of wedding as " meeting of stars " so far. The Double Ninth Festival is on the ninth day of the ninth of Chinese lunar month. It is a festival

of field amusement. The customs of the festival include: climbing the mountain, enjoying the chrysanthemum, drinking the wine made of mum, inserting see below and eating a kind of cake. The Double Ninth Festival is also The Graybeard Festival. The old people enjoy the chrysanthemum and climb the hill, which can build their body and exert a favorable influence. Mid-Autumn Festival falls on August 15 in the lunar calendar. Originally it is the when people celebrate harvesting, and later it became a date when family get reunited wherever family members are. The festival also related to a beautiful legend " Chang'e Ran to the Moon ". In the remote past, there were ten suns in the sky, which fiercely roasted the land, and sea water getting dry. Men couldn't make a living. For the sake of saving the local people, a hero named Hou Yi climbed up the Kunlun Mountain, he exerts all his strength to drag the bow and shot down nine of the ten suns. People were saved. After a few years, he married a beautiful woman named Chang'e. One day, Hou Yi went to the Kunlun Mountain to meet his friend. He happened to encounter the queen of the heaven. He asked her for amaranthine medicine, and the queen gave it to him. It was said that if one took the medicine he could become a immortal immediately. However Hou Yi didn't have the heart to leave his wife so he gave the medicine to Chang'e. Unfortunately, an underling named Feng Meng saw everything. When Hou Yi went out, he came to Hou Yi's home and bullied Chang'e to give the medicine to him. Chang'e knew that she couldn't beat Feng Meng so she took the medicine. After taking the medicine, she felt her body flying in the air, at last she fly to the heaven. Missing her husband very much, she fell on the moon because it is the nearest to the earth and thus she became the goddess of the moon. When Hou Yi returned home, handmaids sobbed out everything to him. Hou Yi's heart was broken. He looked up the sky and cried out for his lover. Suddenly he found that the moon that night was so bright and round, and there was a swaying figures so much like his wife. He hurriedly asked the servants to put an incense burner table with fruits and sweeties under the moon to memorize Chang'e. People learned about the message, they all put an incense burner table under the moon impetrating that Chang'e would bring them safety and luck. From then on, holding a memorial ceremony at the Mid-Autumn Moon has become a tradition and spread throughout the country.. Laba is on the 8th day of the twelfth month in the Chinese lunar calendar. Laba was originally a religious holiday in celebration of Sakyamuni's attainment of Buddhism. Buddhists of the Han nationality would make an offering to the Buddha of a steamed pudding made of rice and fruit called "Laba pudding". The holiday has long been secularized and the pudding remains very popular.

2. Chongyang Festival
The Chongyang Festival falls on the ninth day of the nonth month of the Chinese lunar calendar, so it is also known as the Double Ninth Festival.

The festival is based on the theory of Yin and Yang, the two opposing principles in nature. Yin is feminine, negative principle, while Yang is masculine and positive. The ancients believed that all natural phenomena could be esplained by this theory. Numbers are related to this theory. Even numbers belong to Yin and odd numbers to Yang. The ninth day of the ninth lunar month is a day when the two Yang numbers meet. So it is called Chongyang. Chong means double in Chinese.Chongyang has been an important festival since ancient times. The festival is held in the golden season of autumn, at harvest -time. The bright clear weather and the joy of bringing in the harvest make for a festive happy atmosphere.The Double Ninth Festival is usually perfect for outdoor activities. Many people go hiking and climbing in the country, enjoying Mother Nature's final burst of color before she puts on her dull winter cloak. Some will carry a spray of dogwood. Early in the Western Han Dynasty, about 2,000 years ago, people used to climb a high platform outside the capital city of Chang'an on the occasion of the Chongyang Festival. For many, it was the last outing of the year before the onset of winter. The custom evolved into its present form, when people go climbing to get some exercise as well as enjoy the autumn scenery. But what about those people who live in flat regions far from any mountain? The problem is solved by going for a picnic and eating cakes. The Chinese word for cake is Gao, a homonym of the Chinese word for high. Mountains are high, so eating cake can, by a stretch of the imagination, take the place of going for a climb. Since nine is the highest odd digit, people take two of them together to signify longevity. Therefore, the ninth day of the ninth month has become a special day for people to pay their respects to the elderly and a day for the elderly to enjoy themselves. It has also been declared China's day for the elderly.

3. Lantern Festival
The Lantern Festival is a traditional festival in China. It falls on the15th day of the first lunar month--Yuanxiao Jie. The way of making the lanterns differs according to the natural environment. Lanterns are different in the north and the south. In Northern Shaanxi Province, women in the countryside use sorghum stalks to make lantern frames, then they paste red paper on the frames. In this way, they make all sorts of lanterns, such as pumpkin lanterns, persimmon lanterns and sheep lanterns. They also cut potatoes into a bowl shape. Then they put oil into the bowl-shaped potatoes and place lamp wicks in them and cover the potatoes with red paper lampshades. People hang red lanterns over the gates of their cave dwellings. Willow trees are also decorated with coloured paper. Red lanterns are hung here and there on willow trees. The trees are called lantern trees or spark trees. Beijing was the capital of several dynasties in Chinese history. On the Lantern Festival, all sorts of lanterns were hung in the palace. Artists made fancy lanterns, whose frames ere made with

carved fine wood. They covered lanterns with silk, gauze, glass and sliced ox horn on which pictures of landscapes, flowers and birds were painted. At that Dengshikou (Lantern Fair Gateway) near Wangfujing Street was where lantern exhibitions were held at that time. Harbin in North China is called an ice city. All sorts of lanterns are made there with ice. The sparking, crystal-clear lanterns are really beautiful. Fujian has an abundance of rain, so the buildings on both sides of its streets all have overhanging upper storeys known as qi lou to shelter pedestrians from the rain. On the the Lantern Festival colourful lanterns are hung over the qi lou. Street sometimes have thousands of coloured lanterns hung along them. Lanterns come in different shapes, such as bird, animal, flower and fish. Some lanterns are shaped like fruit, such as oranges, litchis, pineapples and others. Some are very modern like rocket and satellite lanterns. Fragrant smells waft in the breeze from the lanterns. Sandalwood incense is burned in octagonal palace lanterns. In previous times, young women and men did not have free social contact. Therefore, the Lantern Festival became an opportunity to look for marriage partners. There is a famous love story from ancient times among the people of Quanzhou. At the Lantern Huang Wuniang. They fell in love at first sight. But Wuniang's father was greedy for San disguised himself as a tradesman who polished bronze mirrors. He went to Huang's home to polish their bronze mirrors. He went to Huang's home to polish their bronze mirror and broke the bronze mirror purposely. To pay for the mirror, he sold himself into the Huang family as a slave. By doing so, he had the chance to meet Wuniang secretly. At last he and Wuniang ran away from the family and got married.

4. Mid-autumn Festival
"Zhong Qiu Jie" which is also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. Mid-Autumn is a time for family members and loved ones to congregate and enjoy the full moon - an auspicious symbol of abundance, harmony and luck. Adults will usually indulge in fragrant mooncakes of many varieties with a good cup of piping hot Chinese tea, while the little ones run around with their brightly-lit lanterns. "Zhong Qiu Jie" probably began as a harvest festival. The festival was later given a mythological flavour with legends of Chang-E, the beautiful lady in the moon. According to Chinese mythology, the earth once had 10 suns circling over it. One day, all 10 suns appeared together, scorching the earth with their heat. The earth was saved when a strong archer, Hou Yi, succeeded in shooting down 9 of the suns. Yi stole the elixir of life but to save the people from his tyrannical rule, his wife, Chang-E drank it. Thus started the legend of the lady in the moon to whom young Chinese girls would pray at the Mid-Autumn Festival.

In the 14th century, the eating of mooncakes at "Zhong Qiu Jie" was given a new significance. The story goes that when Zhu Yuan Zhang was plotting to overthrow the Yuan dynasty started by the Mongolians, the rebels hid their messages in the Mid-Autumn mooncakes. Zhong Qiu Jie is hence also a commemoration of the overthrow of the Mongolians by the Han people. During the Yuan dynasty (A.D.1280-1368) China was ruled by the Mongolian people. Leaders from the preceding Sung dynasty (A.D.960-1280) were unhappy at submitting to foreign rule, and set how to coordinate the rebellion without it being discovered. The leaders of the rebellion, knowing that the Moon Festival was drawing near, ordered the making of special cakes. Backed into each mooncake was a message with the outline of the attack. On the night of the Moon Festival, the rebels successfully attacked and overthrew the government. What followed was the establishment of the Ming dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644). Today, moon cakes are eaten to commemorate this event. 云母屏风蜀影深,The candle casts deep shadows on the screen, 长河渐落晓星沉。The Milky Way dims and morning stars fade. 常娥应悔偷灵药,Chang-O must regret stealing the elixir, 碧海青天夜夜新。As she broods in loneliness night after night.

2012 年 6 月翻译真题 87. Those flowers looked as if they _____________________________(好长时间没有浇水了). 88. Fred bought a car last week. It is __________________________(比我的车便宜一千英镑). 89. This TV program is quite boring. We might ______________________(不妨听听音乐). 90. He left his office in a hurry, with___________________________(灯亮着,门开着). 91. The famous novel is said to _____________________(已经被翻译成多种语言). 2011 年 12 月翻译真题 87. Charity groups organized various activities to ___________________________________(为地 震幸存者筹款). 88. Linda __________________________________(不可能收到我的电子邮件);otherwise, she would have replied. 89. It’s my mother _____________________________(一直在鼓励我不要灰心 )when I have difficulties in my studies. 90. The publishing house has to ___________________________(考虑这部小说的受欢迎程度). 91. It is absolutely wrong to __________________________________(仅仅以金钱来定义幸福).

2011 年 6 月翻译真题 87. The university authorities did not approve the regulation , __________________________(也 没有解释为什么). 88. Jane is tired of dealing with consumer complaints and wishes that she ________________(能 被分配做另一项工作). 89. John rescued the drowning child ______________________________(冒着自己的生命危 险). 90. George called his boss from the airport but it _____________________(接电话的却是他的 助手). 91. Although he was interested in philosophy, _______________________________(他的父亲说 服他)majoring in law. 2010 年 6 月翻译真题 87. Because of the noise outside, Nancy had great difficulty ____________________________(集 中注意力在实验上). 88. The manager never laughed; neither _____________________________________ (她也从来 没有发过脾气). 89. We look forward to ______________________________________ (被邀请出席开幕式). 90. It is suggested that the air conditioner _______________________________ (要安装在窗户 旁). 91. The 16-year-old girl decided to travel abroad on her own despite ______________________(她父母的强烈反对). 2009 年 12 月翻译真题 87. You would not have failed if you _______________________________(按照我的指令去做). 88. Despite the hardship he encountered, Mark never _________________(放弃对知识的追求). 89. Scientists agree that it will be a long time _________________________________(我们找到 治愈癌症的方法). 90. Production has to be increased considerably to _______________________(与消费者不断增 长的需求保持同步). 91. The more exercise you take,_________________________________(你越不大可能得感冒).

2009 年 6 月翻译真题 87. Soon after he transferred to the new school , Ali found that he had

____________________________________ (很 难跟上班里的同学)in math and English. 88. If she had returned an hour earlier , Mary______________________________________ (就 不会被大雨淋湿了). 89. It is said that those who are stressed or working overtime are ________________________ _____________________(更有可能增加体重). 90. ________________ (很多人所没有意识到的) is that Simon is a lover of sports. and football in particular. 91.The study shows that the poor functioning of the human body is _____________________ (与 缺乏锻炼密切相关) 2008 年 12 月翻译真题 87.Medical researchers are painfully aware that there are many problems

__________________(他们至今还没有答案). 88.___________________________( 大多数父母所关心的 ) is providing the best education possible for their children. 89.You’d better take a sweater with you ________________________________(以防天气变冷). 90.Through the project, many people have received training and _____________(决定自己创业). 91.The anti-virus agent was not known ___________________ (直到一名医生偶然发现了它). 2008 年 6 月翻译真题 87. Our efforts will pay off if the results of this research ____________________________(能应 用于新技术的开发). 88. I can’t boot my computer now. Something ____________________(一定出了毛病)with its operation system. 89. Leaving one’s job, _______________________________(不管是什么工作),is a difficult change even for those exciting. 91. __________________________________( 直 到 他 完 成 使 命 )did he realize that he was seriously ill. 2007 年 12 月翻译真题 87. _____________________________(多亏了一系列的新发明),doctors can treat this disease successfully. 88. In my sixties, one change I notice is that ______________________(我比以前更容易累了). who look forward to retiring. 90. ___________________________(与我成长的地方相比),this town is more prosperous and

89. I am going to pursue this course, _____________________________________ (无论我要做 出什么样的牺牲). 90. I would prefer shopping online to shopping in a department store because _________________(它更加方便和省时). 91. Many Americans live on credit, and their quality of life _____________________(是用他们能 够借到多少来衡量 2007 年 6 月翻译真题 87. The finding of this study failed to________________________________________(将人们的 睡眠质量考虑在内). 88. The prevention and treatment of AIDS is_____________________________________(我们可 以合作的领域). 89. Because of the leg injury, the athlete_____________________________(决定退出比赛). 90. To make donations or for more information, please______________________________)按以 下地址和我们联系). 91. Please come here at ten tomorrow morning_________________________(如果你方便的话). 的), not how much they can earn.

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