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:2008年翻译资格考试三级口译模拟试题一(2)

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2. Talks and Conversations

Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear Several short talks and conversations. After each of these, you will hear a few questions. Listen carefully because you will hear the talk or conversation and questions only ONCE. When you hear a question, read the four answer choices and choose the best answer to that question. Then write the letter of the answer you have chosen in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET.

Questions 11-14
11. (A) She was fired.
(B) She was given a raise.
(C) She got a transfer.
(D) She got married.

12. (A) They bought her a birthday gift.
(B) They gave her a farewell party.
(C) They surprised her during the party.
(D) They saw her off at the airport.

13. (A) She was invited to stay with Nancy in New York.
(B) She was warned not to give the surprise away.
(C) She was unable to keep a secret.
(D) She was a good friend of Nancy's.

14. (A) The man.
(B) Nancy.
(C) Mrs Sampson.
(D) Christina.

Questions 15-18
15. (A) Sending invitation cards to as many people as possible.
(B) Reserving a table at least one day in advance.
(C) Taking your order before you are seated.
(D) Keeping calm and talking to your clients.

16. (A) A soup.
(B) Some cold dishes.
(C) A salad.
(D) A drink.

17. (A) Consult the waiter about the dish in question.
(B) Tell everyone that you have certain dietary restrictions.
(C) Write beforehand to say that you don't care for some dishes.
(D) Keep quiet and pretend that you enjoy the food.

18. (A) Over your lap.
(B) On the chair.
(C) Under the plate.
(D) Beside the plate.

Questions 19-22
19. (A) In a holiday camp.
(B) In a caravan park.
(C) In a hotel.
(D) In a restaurant.

20. (A) Because they had driven for a long time.
(B) Because they had booked for another time.
(C) Because they had planned to have their supper first.
(D) Because they had found a better place to stay in.

21 (A) She can avoid doing a lot of farm work.
(B) She wants to stay in some quiet and peaceful place.
(C) Her husband especially cares for seafood.
(D) Her children enjoy building sandcastles.

22. (A) In the car.
(B) In the lounge.
(C) In a farm.
(D) In a quiet corner.

Questions 23-26
23. (A) In New Zealand.
(B) In the USA.
(C) In England.
(D) In Japan.

24. (A) Because they want to feel the thrill and excitement.
(B) Because they are tired of modern-day university life.
(C) Because they are interested in the scientific experiment.
(D) Because they find that it is the best way to reduce weight.

25. (A) Jumping into the sea.
(B) Jumping onto the cliff.
(C) Jumping with a body harness.
(D) Jumping with a leg harness.

26. (A) Be over the age of 18.
(B) Receive due instructions.
(C) Join a sports club.
(D) Pay for the rubber band.

Questions 27-30
27. (A) Paper Research.
(B) Examination Method.
(C) Comparative Literature.
(D) University Seminar System.

28. (A) A college course in which new ideas and subjects are introduced.
(B) A university class in which topics are discussed among the students.
(C) A system where university students are allowed to choose their teachers.
(D) A gathering where only teachers and students of about the same age can attend.

29. (A) They were boring.
(B) They were good lecturers.
(C) They seldom asked questions.
(D) They talked too much in class.

30. (A) The unanswered questions during the lectures.
(B) The discussion with the serious professors.
(C) The results of his final examinations.
(D) The low marks he had scored during the term.

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:2008年翻译资格考试三级口译模拟试题一(3)

Part C: Listening and Translation

1. Sentence Translation
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear 5 sentences in English. You will hear the sentences onLY ONCE. After you have heard each sentence, translate it into Chinese and write your version in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET.
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)


2. Passage Translation
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear 2 passages in English. You will hear the passages onLY ONCE. After you have heard each passage, translate it into Chinese and write your version in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET. You may take notes while you are listening.
(1)


(2)


SECTION 2: STUDY SKILLS

Directions: In this section, you will read several passages. Each passage is followed by several questions based on its content. You are to choose ONE best answer, (A), (B), (C) or (D), to each question. Answer all the questions following each passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in that passage and write the letter of the answer you have chosen in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET.

Questions 1-5

  One of the most disturbing statistics I've read for a long time was published this week。 The Work Foundation claims that job satisfaction in this country has fallen alarmingly。 Women's satisfaction level has fallen from 51 percent in 1992 to 29 percent today; men's has fallen from 35 percent to 20。 The reason-the long-hours culture and job insecurity。

  For my father's generation, work was something that had to be endured so that real life could be maintained. But my generation has been gulled into thinking that work is real life. Most work is not satisfying. Most work stinks. Most work, however well paid, is meaningless and dull. But somehow we've been convinced that work provides self-fulfillment.

  Before Mrs Thatcher, we had a famous British attitude to work--the less we did the better. Thatcher introduced the idea that, in a world where identity was so fragile, you could become real through work, through long hours and assiduous consumption, in the small amount of time you had been left after clocking off. Now Blair carries on the crusade, I've got one of the best jobs in the world--siV3ng in an once by myself all day trying to make up something that someone somewhere wit! be interested in. But I'd rather be stretched out in front of the TV, or in bed, or playing tennis, or doing just about anything else.

  Much of feminist thought has been about getting what men have traditionally had without examining the underlying assumption of whether it was worth having. Feminism never ended up with a life built around creative leisure, instead, women of talent and drive threw themselves into the labour pool, believing that work and its attendant income and power would affect the change of life and consciousness that would liberate them.

  Can anything be done? only if we're willing to change the way we've been tricked into thinking. Most people now measure their lives primarily in units of currency--money saved and spent. I have a friend who'll travel halfway across London for a shoe sale, without factoring in how much of her precious time has been spent travelling. The most important truth I know is that ail we ever own is the time we were given on this earth. We need to seize it back. Now the future has arrived, and we have the means to do it--we just don't have the imagination.

1. Before the British were persuaded to realize themselves through hard work,

(A) they had little time left to themselves
(B) they had struggled hard for equal treatment
(C) they had enjoyed themselves more
(D) they had a strong desire to be set free from work

2。 The sentence "Now Blair carries on the crusade" (para。 3) could be best illustrated by which of the following statements?

(A) Blair continues to promote the idea of achieving self-fulfillment through work.
(B) Blair opposes his people to be workaholic and has launched such a campaign.
(C) Blair sets a perfect example as a hard-working person for his people in the UK.
(D) Blair is most unwilling to have his people labouring as slaves.

3. What is the author's attitude towards women's joining the workforce?

(A) Supportive.
(B) Negative.
(C) Appreciative.
(D) Defensive.

4. What is the purpose of the author in mentioning her friend who travelled halfway across London for a shoe sale?

(A) To praise her friend for her persistence in pursuing what she wants.
(B) To introduce her friend to the general public.
(C) To give an urgent call for people to take life easy.
(D) To raise people's awareness as to how precious time is.

5. Which of the following is the most appropriate title for the passage?

(A) What's So Good about Hard Work?
(B) What'd You Imagine for the Future?
(C) Work Makes Everyone Free,
(D)Seize Time Back for Your Own Sake.

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