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2012年英语翻译二级笔译实务模拟试题2

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    参考人数:171

    试卷总分:100分

    答题时间:120分钟

    上传时间:2016-09-25

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本套试卷集合了考试编委会的理论成果。专家们为考生提供了题目的答案,并逐题进行了讲解和分析。每道题在给出答案的同时,也给出了详尽透彻的解析,帮助考生进行知识点的巩固和记忆,让考生知其然,也知其所以然,从而能够把知识灵活自如地运用到实际中去。

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Section Ⅰ English-Chinese Translation
   This section consists of two parts, Part A "Compulsory Translation" and Part B "Optional Translation" which conprises "Topic 1" and "Topic 2". Translate the passage in Part A and your choice from passages in Part B into Chinese.
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Part A Compulsory Translation
                              The Dreadlock Deadlock
    In the fall of 1993 Christopher Polk transferred from FedEx's hub in Indianapolis to take over delivery route in Flatbush District, Brooklyn, N.Y. But moving to the country's largest community of Caribbean and African immigrants only precipitated a far more profound journey. "I was becoming culturally aware of the history of the black people," says Polk, now 31, "and that gave me these spiritual questions." His answer came providentially, by way of a music video featuring Lord Jamai, who raps about the Rastafarian belief in the sanctity of dreadlocks —the cords of permanently interlocked strands first worn by African chiefs perhaps 6,000 years ago.
    Now a practicing Rastafarian, Polk sports thick garlands that gently cascade onto his shoulders. "Your hair is your covenant," he says. "Once you grow your locks, it puts you on a path."
    Unfortunately, that path was a collision course with Federal Express's grooming policy, which requires men to confine their dos to "a reasonable style". After years of deliberation,

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Part B Choice of Two Translations
Topic 1
                    Eurasians: The New Face of Asia
    Fusion is in, not only as an abstract fashion concept, but in that most grounded of realities:mixed-blood people who walk, talk, and produce even more multiracial progeny. Most strange of all,these hybrids are finding themselves hailed as role models for vast masses in Asia with no mixed blood at all. "When I think of Asia, I don't necessarily think of people who look like me," says Declan Wong, a Chinese-Dutch-American actor and producer, "But somehow we've become the face that
sells the new Asia."
    So maybe Asia's Eurasian craze is driven by the theories of that whitest of white men,conomist Adam Smith. As the world gets smaller, we look for a global marketing mien, a one-sizefits-all face that helps us sell Nokia cell phones and Palmolive shampoo across the world.
    "For any business, you can't think locally anymore," says Paul Lau, general manager at Elite Model Management in Hong Kong, who has built up a stable of Eurasians for his internationally minded clients. "At the very least, you need to think regionally. Ideally, you should think globally." A global image helps sell products, even if no one but Filipinos would ever want to buy duck-fetus eggs or Thais the most pungent variety of shrimp paste. Yanto Zainal, president of Macsg09, a boutique ad agency in Jakarta, used all indos for a campaign for the local Matahari department store chain. "The store wanted to promote a more cosmopolitan image," he says. "Indos have an nternational look can still be accepted as ndonesian."
    Channel V, the Asia-wide music television channel, was one of the first to broadcast the message of homogenized hybridism. "We needed a messenger that would fit in from Tokyo to the Middle East." Says Jonnifer Seeto, regional sales marketing manager for the channel, which began beaming its border-busting images in 1994. Star Veejay Asha Gill personifies the global look. When asked hat her ethnic heritage is, Gill, a Malaysian citizen, simply shrugs. "Oh, who knows," she says.
"I'm half Punjabi, mixed with some English, a little French and dribs and drabs of God knows what else." The 29-year-old speaks crisp British English, fluent Malay, and a smidgen of Punjabi. She grew up in a Kuala Lumpur neighborhood that was mostly Chinese, attended an English-speaking schoolnd was pals with Malay and Indian kids. Gill's Channel V show, broadcast in English, has a strong following in Malaysia, Japan and the United Arab Emirates. "I'm Hitler's worst nightmare," she says."My ethnicity and profession make me a global person who can't be defined in just one category."

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                                     Matter
   Look at all the things around us: chairs, desks, cupboards, papers and pens in our classroom;motor cars, bicycles and buses in the streets; trees, plants and animals in the countryside; birds,aeroplanes and clouds in the sky; fishes, seaweeds and corals in the sea; stars, the moon and thesun in outer space. These and all other things including the human body, are examples of matter.Matter is anything that takes up space and has weight.

                                     What Is Matter Made of ?
   Since ancient times, learned men or philosophers have thought about matter and what it is made up of. One group of philosophers thought that matter was made .up of a substance called "hyle"(实质). Another group of philosophers said that matter was made up of four substances, namely earth,water, air and fire. A third group believed that matter was made up of very tiny particles which were too small to be seen. These particles were so small that they could never be further divided
into smaller particles. They gave the particles the name atoms which means "those which cannot be divided". The difference between the various kinds of atoms and the ways in which they were joined were supposed to result in the different kinds of matter.
   All these ideas arose purely from the mind and were not based on investigation. For many years, people believed in the second idea. But actually it is the third idea that is nearer to our present
concept of matter.

                                      Dalton's Atomic Theory
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4.

Section Ⅱ Chinese-English Translation
This section consists of two parts,Part A "Compulsory Translation" and Part B "Optional Translation" which comprises "Topic 1" and "Topic 2". Translate the passage in Part A and your choice from passages in Part B into English.
4 Part A Compulsory Translation
   中国政府高度重视人口与发展问题,将人口与发展问题作为国民经济和社会发展总体规划的重要组成部分列入议事日程,始终强调人口增长与经济社会发展相适应,与资源利用和环境保护相协调。二十世纪九十年代以来,中央政府每年召开一次关于人口与发展问题的座谈会,研究分析重大问题,制定重大决策和措施。国家组织、协调有关部门和群众团体共同实施人口与计划生育方案,将计划生育与发展经济、消除贫困、保护生态环境、合理利用资源、普及文化教育、发展卫生事业、完善社会保障、提高妇女地位等紧密结合起来,努力从根本上解决中国的人口与发

5.

Part B Choice of Two Translations
Topic 1
                                         中国画
中国画与中医、京剧一起被誉为中国的“三大国粹”。按内容分,主要有人物画、山水画、花鸟画三大类。战国时,中国就已有比较成熟的人物画,唐代达到顶峰。著名的人物画家有顾恺之、吴道子等。山水画产生于秦代,宋代达到很高水平。著名的山水画家有唐代李思训、王维和明代唐寅等。花鸟画画的是自然界中的花卉、鸟兽、鱼虫。南北朝时出现了花鸟画,宋代走向成熟。著名花鸟画家有擅长画花鸟的朱耷、擅长画竹子的郑燮、擅长画鱼虾的齐白石。按画法分,中国画主要有工笔画和写意画。工笔画的特点是按照事物原来的样子,一笔一笔画得非常细致,尤其注重细节的描绘;写意画是一种夸张的画法,要求用简单

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