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心身疾病预防与心理调节900013作业答案旅游管理陕西师范大学远程教育学院

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《英汉翻译》作业 I. Please translate the following phrases and the underlined part in each sentence. 1.break the record 2.armed to the teeth 3.sour grapes 4.a gentleman’s agreement 5.open door policy 6.the cold war 7.soft voice 8.soft fire 9. The poor account for the overwhelming majority of the rural population. 10. He is ill, that accounts for his absence. 11. In this battle he accounted for five of the enemy. 12. I want you to account for every cent you spent. 13. soft breeze 14. soft water 15. If the stove isn’t made up, it will go out. 16. There isn’t any girl called Clementine. He’s just made her up. 17. Half the roads in the region are still to be made up. 18. They made up a bed on the sofa for the unexpected visitor. 19. soft water 20. soft hat 21. It is not right for children to sit up late. 22. The plane was right above our heads. 23. In the negative, right and left, and black and white are reversed. 24. She tried her best to right her husband from the charge of robbery. II. Translate the following sentences according to the instructions in brackets. 1.“It will make a man of him,” said Jack. “College is the place.”(黑体名词前加形容词) 2.It is our duty to rebuild and defend our home-land.(重复黑体词) 3.The questions were evidently unexpected to the slow-witted spokesman, who instantly found himself tongue-tied.(用四字词组表达黑体词) 4.I was not evasive in my reply.(用四字重又叠词组表达黑体词) 5.Outside it was pitch dark and it was raining cats and dogs.(省略黑体代词) 6.They, not surprisingly, did not respond at all.(用一句子表达黑体词) 7.On the walk through the city they saw a grand hotel.(名词转译动词) 8.He is a regular visitor.(名词转译动词) 9.He is a perfect stranger in the city.(名词转译形容词) 10.This is sheer nonsense. (形容词转译副词) 11.The garden-party is a great success(名词转译形容词) 12.The sun rose thinly from the sea.(副词转译形容词) 13.“This is grasping at straws, I know”, said the helpless man.(黑体词前加形容词) 14. Now and then his boots shone.(黑体词前加副词) 15.He began to see things and to understand.(黑体词后加名词) 16.He was wrinkled and black, with scant gray hair.(黑体词前加名词) 17.Very acute problems exist among them.(黑体名词前加表复数的词) 18.We should learn how to analyze and solve problems.(重复黑体的名词) 19.We are quite sure that the socialist system will replace the capitalist system in the end.(形容词转译动词) 20. When he went back, the radio was still on.(介词转译动词) 21.They are going to build a school for the blind and the deaf.(形容词转译名词) 22. We found difficulty in solving the complicated problem.(名词转译形容词) 23. We place the highest value on our friendly relations with developing countries.(形容词转译副词) 24. He was deeply impressed by what they did in the critical moment.(副词转译形容词) III. Translate the following passages. A It was the best of times, it was the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness; it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity: it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness; it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair. B Panshan Mountain, located in Jixian, is heavily covered with trees, streams, strange rocks, fountains and falls. It’s called “the First Mountain east to the Capital”. It has the scenery of the garden in the south of the Changjiang River. C Blessed with excellent transportation facilities, it takes only ten minutes by car to get to the renowned scenic spot named Splendid China from Luomazhou Post. The spot is easy of access both by CTS direct tourist coach between Hong Kong and Shenzhen and by bus or light bus through Shen-Nan Highway, Guang-Shen Highway and Beihuan Freeway. D How Fast One Travels in 2000 The earth also seems smaller because travel is now very quick. In 1850 we could travel as fast as a horse. In 1950 our planes could fly at one thousand miles an hour (1,000 m.p.h.). In 1970 we can fly at 25,000 m.p.h. Who knows how fast we shall be traveling in the year 2000? IV. Translate the following article. A I used to travel by air a great deal when I was a boy. My parents used to live in South America and I used to fly there from Europe in the holidays. A flight attendant would take charge of me and I never had an unpleasant experience. I am used to traveling by air and only on one occasion have I ever felt frightened. After taking off, we were flying low over the city and slowly gaining height, when the plane suddenly turned round and flew back to the airport. While we were waiting to land, a flight attendant told us to keep calm and to get off the plane quietly as soon as it had touched down. Everybody on board was worried and we were curious to find out what had happened. Later we learnt that there was a very important person on board. The police had been told that a bomb had been planted on the plane. After we had landed, the plane was searched thoroughly. Fortunately, nothing was found and five hours later we were able to take off again. B When you visit London, one of the first things you will see is Big Ben, the famous clock which can be heard all over the world on the B.B.C. If the House of Parliament had not been burned down, it would never have been erected. Big Ben takes its name from Sir Benjamin Hall who was responsible for the making of the clock when the new Houses of Parliament were being built. It is not only of immense size, but is extremely accurate as well. Officials from Greenwich Observatory have the clock checked twice a day. On the B.B.C you can hear the clock when it is actually striking because microphones are connected to the clock tower. Big Ben has rarely gone wrong. Once, however, it failed to give the correct time. A painter who had been working on the tower hung a pot of paint on one of the hands and slowed it down. C Dreams of finding lost treasure almost came true recently. A new machine called “The Revealer” has been invented and it has been used to detect gold which has been buried in the ground. The machine was used in a cave near the seashore where—it is said—pirates used to hide gold. The pirates would often bury gold in the cave and then fail to collect it. Armed with the new machine, a search party went into the cave hoping to find buried treasure. The leader of the party was examining the soil near the entrance to the cave when the machine showed that there was gold under the ground. Very excited, the party dug a hole two feet deep. They finally found a small gold coin which was almost worthless. The party searched the whole cave thoroughly but did not find anything except an empty tin trunk. In spite of this, many people are confident that “The Revealer” may reveal something of value fairly soon. D When he had killed the guard, the prisoner of war quickly dragged him into the bushes. Working rapidly in the darkness, he soon changed into the dead man’s clothes. Now, dressed in a blue uniform and with a rifle over his shoulder, the Prisoner marched boldly up and down in front of the camp. He could hear shouting in the camp itself. Lights were blazing and men were running here and there: they had just discovered that a prisoner had escaped. At that moment, a large black car with four officers inside it stopped at the camp gates. The officers got out and the prisoner stood to attention and saluted as they passed. When they had gone, the driver of the car came towards him. The man obviously wanted to talk. He was rather elderly with grey hair and clear blue eyes. The prisoner felt sorry for him. But there was nothing else he could do. As the man came near, the prisoner knocked him to the ground with a sharp blow. Then, jumping into the car, he drove off as quickly as he could.
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