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上海市中级口译资格认证实考试卷录音2000年3月

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  Part B: Listening Comprehension

      Ⅰ. Statements Directions: In this part of the test you will hear several short statements. These statements will be spoken ONLY ONCE, and you will not find them written on the paper; so you must listen carefully. When you hear a statement, read the answer choices and decide which one is closest in meaning to the statement you have heard. Then write the letter of the answer you have chosen in the corresponding space in your ANSWER BOOKLET. Questions 19 to 22 are based on the following interview in a sport programme. (Woman) Mr. Deluca, you’ve been a racing-driver for nearly 10 years. You’ve had a very dangerous life, haven’t you? I mean, you’ve almost been killed a couple of times during these years, haven’t you? (Man) Yes, I suppose that’s right. (Woman) When was your worst accident? (Man) I’d say last year. It was during the British Grand Prix last September. In the the middle of the race I smashed1 into a wall. The car was completely ruined and my left leg was broken. Luckily, nobody was killed. (Woman) Is that the only time you’ve been… er… close to death? (Man) No. Once, during the Mexican Grand Prix, two cars in front of me had a bad accident. One of them ran into the other. I swerved2 to avoid them and hit a fence. My car was badly damaged but luckily I wasn’t even hurt. (Woman) You must enjoy danger. I mean, you wouldn’t be a racing-driver if you didn’t, would you? (Man) I don’t know about that. I had a very frightening experience quite recently. I was frightened to death! I thought I was going to be killed at any moment. (Woman) Really? When was that? During your last race? (Man) No. It was on my way to this studio. I had to drive through London streets during the lunch hour. There were so many cars all around me and they are so close to each other. Question No.19. Why does the woman say that the man has led a dangerous life? Question No.20. According to the man, when was his worst accident? Question No.21. What happened during the Mexican Grand Prix? Question No.22. What frightening experience did the man have quite
recently? Questions 23 to 26 are based on the following interview. (Woman) Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of “Consumers’ Rights”. Today we’ve brought you out of the city center and into Mr. Nick Marshfield’s office which overlooks4 the Armlay International Airport. Mr. Nick Marshfield is the assistant manager of the Atlantic Airlines. And he is going to tell us something about the changes, if any, taking place in our airline companies. Nick? (Man) Hello. A few months ago four airline companies decided5 to create what you could call a third-class section by separating their discount passengers and giving them less service than the regular full-fare fliers. (Woman) I should think that would make things more complicated for the crew, with another group of passengers to take care of. (Man) Well, the plan turned out to be rather unpopular with some people anyway. One airline has completely dropped the idea after using it for about a month, saying “nobody liked it”. Another company doesn’t know whether it will go on with it or not. Two other companies say they will continue the service only on their overseas flights. One thing about it—it’s competition. The airline companies have been freed from federal government, and can now make their policies to please the customers. I suppose there is some advantage for the regular flight passengers because under this plan they get better service than the discount passengers. At any rate, the good part about it is that the customers will be the ones to decide what they want rather than the federal government. If the airline companies get more customers with the three-class system they may let it stay that way. If flights with only two classes are more popular overall, that is the way it will turn out. Question No.23. Initially6, how many passenger classes were approved by the federal government? Question No.24. What does the man tell us about the new plan being tried out by the airline companies? Question No.25. How did the airline companies respond to the new idea? Question No.26. Who would be expected to benefit most from the new plan? Questions 27 to 30 are based on the following conversation. (Man) Do you know what day it is tomorrow? (Woman) Yes, it’s Wednesday, the eleventh of March. Why? What’s special about that? (Man) The eleventh of March. It’s my anniversary. I will have been here for two years tomorrow. (Woman) Really? It can’t have been that long! It seems like just a couple of weeks ago. (Man) I must have seemed like a green kid when I walked in that door. (Woman) It was your first job, wasn’t it? (Man) My first job, and the only job I’ve ever had. (Woman) But you’ve been promoted and transferred. You’ve done pretty well, I think. (Man) Yes, I suppose I have, but I should have kept on in night school. I should have gone ahead and taken some courses in Business Administration. (Woman) Are you thinking about going back and doing it now? (Man) I may. The work in the accounting7 department is getting to be pretty routine. And I feel that I can do with some change. Don’t you ever feel that way about your job? (woman) All the traveling I do keeps it interesting. I get to see a lot of different places. (Man) You must have visited just about every big city in the country. (Woman) Most of them, and quite a few in Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean too. (Man) While I just stay in the same old office day after day. (Woman) You do sound restless! You’d really better look into the business administration course. (Man) Yes, I guess I should. I’ll talk with Joyce and see what she has to say bout3 it. (Woman) You mean Joyce Carter, the Accounting Manager? I’m sure she’d encourage you to go ahead. (Man) I was so afraid of her when I first walked in. And now I just think of her as a friend. I wonder what the next two years are going to bring. Question No.27. When is the conversation taking place? Question No.28. How long will the man have worked there by the eleventh of March? Question No.29. According to the woman, why does she find her job interesting? Question No.30. Why does the man want to take the business administration course? Part C: Listening and Translation Ⅰ. Sentence Translation Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear 5 English sentences. 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. Now let’s begin Sentence Translation with Sentence No. 1. Sentence No.1. There’s one other place you shouldn’t miss while you are in Hong Kong. It’s an absolute must for the kids. They would certainly enjoy going there. Sentence No.2. Considering the favourable8 financial and political support and investment environment we now have, I think we ought to go ahead with the project. Sentence No.3. In this country, about 1.5 million people are employed in tourism, and every year the tourist industry contributes 300 million dollars to the national economy. Sentence No.4. His failure to get the promotion9 was a real blow to Peter Brown, who had been an assistant manager in the company for more than five years. Sentence No.5. You’ll earn a 5 percent interest on this type of deposit10 account, which is higher than the average interest rate, but there’ll be a penalty11 for early withdrawal12. Ⅱ. Passage Translation Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear 2 passages. 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 BOOLLET. You may take notes while you are listening. Now, let’s begin Passage Translation with the first passage. Passage 1 The trouble with living in the country is that it’s much too quiet. There aren’t enough things to do, and there are so few buses that you cannot get into town easily in the evening if you haven’t got a car. Shops and services are not near enough, either. And when it rains, some of the roads get too muddy to walk on. Yesterday it rained so much that I got covered in mud up to my knees just walking home from work. Passage 2 A common misconception about suicide13 is that most people who take their own lives are old and near death. The truth is that those under 50 are more likely to commit suicide than those over 50. Suicide, or taking one’s own life, usually results from severe depression or inability to cope with failure in one’s study and career. It is now the third leading cause of death among young people between age 15 and 25, and it is the second leading cause of death among university and college students.


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1 smashed smashed     
adj.喝醉酒的v.打碎,捣烂( smash的过去式和过去分词 );捣毁;重击;撞毁(车辆)
参考例句:
  • Several windows had been smashed. 几扇窗户劈里啪啦打碎了。
  • In time-honoured tradition, a bottle of champagne was smashed on the ship. 依照由来已久的传统,对着船摔了一瓶香槟。 来自《简明英汉词典》
2 swerved 9abd504bfde466e8c735698b5b8e73b4     
v.(使)改变方向,改变目的( swerve的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • She swerved sharply to avoid a cyclist. 她猛地急转弯,以躲开一个骑自行车的人。
  • The driver has swerved on a sudden to avoid a file of geese. 为了躲避一队鹅,司机突然来个急转弯。 来自《简明英汉词典》
3 bout Asbzz     
n.侵袭,发作;一次(阵,回);拳击等比赛
参考例句:
  • I was suffering with a bout of nerves.我感到一阵紧张。
  • That bout of pneumonia enfeebled her.那次肺炎的发作使她虚弱了。
4 overlooks 41d1bee4070ecb2e43631a0d77c048f9     
v.忽视( overlook的第三人称单数 );监督;俯视;(对不良现象等)不予理会
参考例句:
  • The parlor overlooks the street. 这客厅可俯瞰街道。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • There are plenty of overlooks and trails. 有许多可供俯瞰之处和小径。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
5 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
6 initially 273xZ     
adv.最初,开始
参考例句:
  • The ban was initially opposed by the US.这一禁令首先遭到美国的反对。
  • Feathers initially developed from insect scales.羽毛最初由昆虫的翅瓣演化而来。
7 accounting nzSzsY     
n.会计,会计学,借贷对照表
参考例句:
  • A job fell vacant in the accounting department.财会部出现了一个空缺。
  • There's an accounting error in this entry.这笔账目里有差错。
8 favourable favourable     
adj.赞成的,称赞的,有利的,良好的,顺利的
参考例句:
  • The company will lend you money on very favourable terms.这家公司将以非常优惠的条件借钱给你。
  • We found that most people are favourable to the idea.我们发现大多数人同意这个意见。
9 promotion eRLxn     
n.提升,晋级;促销,宣传
参考例句:
  • The teacher conferred with the principal about Dick's promotion.教师与校长商谈了迪克的升级问题。
  • The clerk was given a promotion and an increase in salary.那个职员升了级,加了薪。
10 deposit Rwkx5     
n.定金,存款,矿藏;vt.使沉淀,寄存,储蓄
参考例句:
  • There is too much deposit in a bottle of wine.酒瓶里有太多的沉淀物。
  • The hotel requires a deposit for all advance bookings.旅馆规定凡预订房间都要先付订金。
11 penalty LSQzm     
n.处罚,刑罚,罚款
参考例句:
  • If you knock the ball with your hand in football,you will suffer a penalty.如果在踢足球时你用手碰到球,你将受到处罚。
  • One of those arrested could face the death penalty.被捕的那些人中有一人可能被判死刑。
12 withdrawal Cfhwq     
n.取回,提款;撤退,撤军;收回,撤销
参考例句:
  • The police were forced to make a tactical withdrawal.警方被迫进行战术撤退。
  • They insisted upon a withdrawal of the statement and a public apology.他们坚持要收回那些话并公开道歉。
13 suicide ssAwA     
n.自杀,自毁,自杀性行为
参考例句:
  • The number of suicide has increased.自杀案件的数量增加了。
  • The death was adjudged a suicide by sleeping pills.该死亡事件被判定为服用安眠药自杀。
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