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2018年海南大学翻译硕士笔译真题回忆版
一共考四门:第一天上午政治(101),下午翻译硕士英语(211)
            第二天上午英语翻译基础(357),下午汉百科(448)

(211)翻硕题型:词汇或语法的单选(30分),5篇阅读(40分)一篇作文(30分)。
一,单选30分 共20道 辨析词汇的单选多,语法的偏少。
下面20道,从网上截取的,没记错的话差不多都有了,个别几道题不一样,记得有一道单选是出自武峰《12天突破英汉翻译》的一个翻译句子:铝直到19世纪才为人类所发现那一句。正确应该选being combined with。个人推荐可以用专四语法练习。

1. _____ you\'ve made remarkable progress in your study, I don\'t think there\'s any reason for you to be conceited.
A. As though B. Now that C. If only D. Granted that
2. We were ____ the impression that the witness of the terrible accident was reluctant to tell us the truth.
A. in B. under C. on D. Of
3. It has been announced at the press conference that the agreement shall take effect _____ the day it is signed.
A. as of B. as on C. as to D. as for
4. Human beings are imcomparably superior to other animals in ____ they can use and make tools for various purposes.
A. which B. what C. that D. how
5. Sharon _____ her thesis the third time since her tutor had already approved it.
A. didn\'t need write B. needn\'t write
C. didn\'t need have written D. needn\'t have written
6. Mrs. Shelley emphasized that she would sooner that her boys ____ TV on week nights in future.
A. did not watch B. would not watch
C. had not watched D. should not watch
7. Printing does as much harm as good, as it gives us good books as well as bad ones and spreads falsehood and error.
A. no more B. no less C. none other D. no other
8. All the books that have been contributed by the neighborhood are known ___ to the city public library a moment ago.
A. being sent B. to be sent C. having been sent D. to have been sent
9. Mr. Wayman is a highly productive writer whose 15th book _____ by the time he arrives in China next month.
A. will bring out B. will be brought out
B. will have been brought out D. will have brought out
10. It was so noisy in the hall that only by shouting at the top of his voice ___.
A. was the speaker able to make himself heard
B. could the speaker make himself hear
C. the speaker was able to make himself hear
D. the speaker could make himself heard
21. The women workers protested strongly that their wages were not in _____ to the work they had done.
A conformity B comparison C proportion D accordance
22. When there are many conflicting opinions, it is hard to ____ the truth.
A affirm B confirm C suppose D presume
23. Modern scientists _____ that truth is not something that we assume, but something found at the end of long investigations.
A affirm B confirm C suppose D presume
24 Mr. Stanley has just promptly published his book which will ______ to the readers rough ideas of modern stock-marketing skills.
A convert B convey C transfer D deliver
25.Richard is said to be ambitious and very ______ of fame and wealth.
A void B aware C greedy D ignorant
26. While a computer cannot replace an instructor, it can take over many _____ tasks to lessen the usual burden of the instructor.
A routine B serious C generalized D compulsory
27 American courts have changed little in form over the years , but the ______ they perform has been far from static.
A factor B ability C significance D role
28 Ironically, the protective law does not cover the type of worker who most _____ needs the protection.
A necessarily B obviously C surprisingly D exclusively
29 Ms. Hellen told us the story in a very _____ way so as to avoid unnecessary misunderstanding.
A conventional B distinct C emotional D exaggerated
30 In his biography , the old scientist is described as a very ___ truthseeker.
A infectious B prosperous C industrious D generous
31 Alfred Nobel chose to use his money to _____ people who contributed most materially to the benefit of mankind.
A reward B prize C praise D award
32 If you have a taste for exciting adventures, you may join the group of men to _____ the mysteries of the deep sea.
A exploit B inspect C explore D disperse
33 In the United States, it is not _____ to telephone someone very early in the morning .
A contemporary B compulsory C customary D extraordinary
34. The colonists of Plymouth, Massachusetts, who had settled there had left England because they felt _____ of religious freedom.
A deprived B denied C disposed D depressed
35. Christmas is an annual Christian festival ____ on Dec. 25 in Western countries.
A observed B enjoyed C founded D followed
36. The committee reached a decision on the issue though two members insisted on their ____ opinions instead of supporting the decision.
A personal B private C singular D different
37 The Board of Directors will get ____ to your suggestion after they have dealt with urgent business.
A away B round C along D across
38 In recent years, science has shown that while the body does age, the physical _____ is not always dramatic.
A manageable B controllable C tolerable D perceivable
39 Expected noses are usually more _____ than unexpected ones of the like magnitude.
40 She felt in excellent _____ because she could make out what the American lecturer was saying though he spoke very fast.
A moods B shapes C spirits D passions

二。阅读一共5篇 每篇4道题 每道2分 共40分(感觉比英语一简单)
Part III Reading Comprehension
Directions: Each of the passages below is followed by some questions. For each question there are four answers marked A, B, C and D. Read the passages carefully and choose the best answer to each of the questions. Then mark your answer on the ANSWER SHEET 1by blackening the corresponding letter in the brackets with a pencil.(40 points)
Passage 1
However important we may regard school life to be, there is no denying the fact that children spend more time at home than in the classroom. Therefore, the great influence of parents cannot be ignored or discounted by the teacher. They can become strong allies of the school personnel or they can consciously or unconsciously hinder and frustrate curricular objectives.
Administrators have been aware of the need to keep parents informed of the newer methods used in schools. Many principals have conducted workshops explaining such matters as the reading readiness program, manuscript writing and developmental mathematics. Moreover, the classroom teacher, with the permission of the supervisors, can also play an important role in enlightening parents. The informal tea and the many interviews carried on during the year, as well as new ways of reporting pupils\' progress, can significantly aid in achieving a harmonious interplay between school and home.
To illustrate, suppose that a father has been drilling Junior I arithmetic processes night after night. In a friendly interview, the teacher can help the parent sublimate his natural paternal interest into productive channels. He might be persuaded to let Junior participate in discussing the family budget, buying the food, using a yardstick or measuring cup at home, setting the clock, calculating mileage on a trip and engaging in scores of other activities that have a mathematical basis.
If the father follows the advice, it is reasonable to assume that he will soon realize his son is making satisfactory progress in mathematics, and at the same time, enjoying the work.
Too often, however, teachers\' conferences with parents are devoted to petty accounts of children\'s misdemeanors, complaints about laziness and poor work habits, and suggestion for penalties and rewards at home.
What is needed is a more creative approach in which the teacher, as a professional adviser, plants ideas in parents\' minds for the best utilization of the many hours that the child spends out of the classroom.
In this way, the school and the home join forces in fostering the fullest development of youngsters\' capacities.
51. The central idea conveyed in the above passage is that _____.
A. home training is more important than school training because a child spends so many hours with his parents
B. teachers can and should help parents to understand and futher the objectives of the school
C. there are many ways in which the mathematics program can be implemented at home
D. parents have a responsibility to help students in doing homework
52. The author directly discusses the fact that ____.
A. parents drill their children too much in arithmetic
B. principals have explained the new art programs to parents
C. a father can have his son help him construct articles at home
D. a parent\'s misguided efforts be properly directed
53. It can reasonably be inferred that the author ___.
A. is satisfied with present relationships between home and school
B. feels that the traditional program in mathematics is slightly superior to the developmental program
C. believes that schools are woefully lacking in guidance peraonnel
D. feels that parent-teacher interviews can be made much more constructive than they are at present
54. We may infer that the writer of the article does not favor _____.
A. suggestions by the teacher to a parent in regard to improving the student\'s scholastic average
B. written communications to the parent from the teacher
C. having the parent observe lessons which the children are being taught
D. principal-parent conferences rather than teacher-parent conferences
Passage 2
People need housing and they want forests.
These same people want the nearly 5,000 products that are derived basically from wood fiber. They can have both products and forests, but only if they recognize that trees are living things that, like people, grow, with proper care and nutrition, mature, and eventually die and return to the earth. Trees in commercial forests that have stopped growing should be harvested and used so that they wll not be wasted. Highly productive lands can then be made available to grow healthy new forests.
While a forest is growing, it provides many basic environmental benefits. Growing trees manufacture oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide; they feed and shelter wildlife; they protect and expand soil values, and they afford unlimited opportunities for a variety of outdoor recreational experiences from camping and hunting through prcnicking add berry picking.
When forests grow old, however, like people, they decline. Left to themselves, without care or protection, forests fall victims to old age, fire, insect attack, storm and disease. They lose their beauty and they cease to provide their multiple benefits for other living things.
Old forests absorb as much oxygen as they produce, through decay; game and birds run away from their oppressive shade since nutritious ground cover disappears; recreation values diminish except for the bold and wealthy few who can penetrate a remote, roadless wilderness.
The public benefits of a so-called \"preserved\" forest are available only to the exceptional citizen. And, most seriously, both the standing timber on such forests and the land potential for growing dynamicnew forests are wasted.
The areas of national forest designated as \"commercial timberlands\" are a classic example of the subject under consideration. Because of well-meaning, but ill-conceived public pressures to \"preserve\" forests the publicly owned stock of mature timber is being surrendered to fire , disease, old age and decay.
55. The author is in favor of ____.
A. felling a tree at a non-growing stage of its life
B. chopping trees down only in times of timber scarcity
C. cutting trees down only for multiple purposes
D. preventing trees from being felled in preserved areas
56. Which of the following is true of the benefits provided by growing forests?
A. They take in less oxygen than they produce.
B. They provide food rather than shelter of wild animals.
C. They make it possible for man to return to nature.
D. They attract insects, thereby freeing populated areas from insect attack.
57. The author explains that old forests _____.
A. will be destroyed by old age, fire or disease unless left to themselves
B. have little recreational value to modern man
C. should be preserved as national monuments
D. offer good insight into geological development
58. The author views public pressure to preserve forests as being _____.
A. advocated by exceptional citizens and wealthy few
B. honestly motivated but not well thought out
C. aimed at undermining the government\'s Forest Service
D. backed by the timber industry and government
Passage 3
In 1575-over 400 years ago the French scholar Louis Le Roy published a leaned book in which he voiced despair over the changes caused by the social and technological innovations of his time, what we now call the Renaissance. We ,also feel that our times are out of joint; we even have reason to believe that our descendants will be worse off than we are.
The earth will soon be overcrowded and its resources exhausted. Pollution will ruin the environment, upset the climate, damage human health. The gap in living standards between the rich and the poor will widen and lead the angry, hungry people of the world to acts of desperation including the use of nuclear weapons as blackmail. Such are the inevitable consequences of population and technological growth if present trends continue.
The future is never a projection of the past. Animals probably have no chance to escape from the tyranny of biological evolution, but human beings are blessed with the freedom of social evolution. For us , trend is not destiny (fate). The escape from existing trends is now facilitated by the fact that societies anticipate future dangers and take preventive steps against expected changes.
Despite the widespread belief that the world has become too complex for comprehension by the human brain, modern societies have often responded effectively to critical situations.
The decrease in birth rates, the partial prohibition of pesticides and the rethinking of technologies of r the production and use of energy are but a few examples illustrating a sudden reversal of trends caused not by political upsets or scientific breakthroughs, but by public awareness of consequences.
Even more striking are the situations in which social attitudes concerning future difficulties undergo rapid changes before the problems have come to pass --- witness the heated arguments about the problems of behavior control and of genetic engineering even though there is as yet no proof that effective methods can be developed to manipulate behavior and genes on a population scale.
One of the characteristics of our times is thus the rapidity with which steps can be taken to change the orientation of certain trends and even to reverse them. Such changes usually emerge from grassroot movements rather than from official directives.
59. According to the reading selection, if present trends continue , which one of the following situations will not occur?
A. An overpopulated earth will be unable to sustain its inhabitants.
B. The rich will become richer and the poor will become poorer.
C. New sources of energy form vast coal deposits will be substituted for the soon-to-be-exhausted resources of oil and natural gas
D. The effects of pollution will render the earth and its atmosphere a threat to mankind.
60. The best illustration of the meaning of \"trend is not destiny\" in Par. 3 is _____.
A. human beings are blessed with the freedom of social evolution
B. the world has become too complex for comprehension by the human brain
C. critical processes can overshoot and cause catastrophes
D. the earth will soon be overcrowded and its resources exhausted
61. According to the passage, evidences of the insight of the public into the danger which surround us can be found in all of the following except _____.
A. a decline in birth rates B opposition to the use of pesticides
C public meetings to complain about dumping chemicals in power production and energy use
E. an increase in the military budget by the president
62. The author is in favor of the opinion that _____.
A. nuclear weapons won\'t play a prominent role in dealings among people
B. people feel powerless when confronted with the sudden reversal of trend caused by scientific advances
C. modern scientists and the public are conscious of the future dangers and ready to take
D. our time is characterized by the trend of rapid development of science and technology which is inevitable and irreversible
Passage 4
When the private automobile began to arrive on the scene early in this century, most urban and rural areas enjoyed rather adequate public transit systems. In fact, the electric tram--here in this country called streetcar or trolley--was conquering the world. It was clearly a time to recognize and appreciate a good thing when one saw is. And good they were, those electric street railways.
We could consider forever as to whether the authorities stopped to think hard enough about the impl4ications of the private car, which was initially intended only for the distinguished. If they had, their correct conclusion could hardly have been anything else but severe shrinkage if not a total prohibition. Nothing of the sort did happen, and the disastrous consequences have been with us ever since - and they are getting worse all the time.
While felling sorry for this development, most commentators take for granted that it is too late to reverse this course of events; the costs would be prohibitive, too many people would resist, and we would be left with a permanent felling of regret and shame for all the wasted resources, human, monetary and natural, if we should have to start all over.
Nevertheless, an opposite view presents itself. Though it would have been vastly preferable if governments had always paid attention to the old saying, \"To rule is to foresee\", the trend in this century has been \"Seeing is believing\". If the privatecar had been stopped suddenly, people would have continued to thirst for it, refusing to believe that travelling by car simply could not work on any large scale. So the lesson, however costly it has been, may be seen as historically unavoidable among people who are less than perfect.
Having come to this conclusion, we ought to begin immediately with a gradual withdrawal of private autos in favor of public transit vehicles. One particular obstacle must be overcome in this effort: the false idea that we need mass transit only during rush hours, and that cars are no problem in the quiet of the day.
In my opinion, mass transit should be built up as rapidly as possible to become so attractive that more and more people will decide for replacing their cars when the time is up. for, as has been stressed in much of the literature on the subject, today\'s population has not really chosen the. Instead, for lack of an alternative, the auto was forced on us.
63. The author considers the disastrous consequences brought about by the private car as unavoidable because __________.
A) it is too late to reverse the development of the private car
B) many people will resist this change because of all the resources wasted
C) people will not discard the private car until they are aware of its grave side
D) the government failed to pay attention to the old saying: \"To rule is to foresee\".
64. When the private automobile came into being early in this century, _________.
A) the authorities did not think hard enough about its implications
B) the authorities gave up their initial opposition to this transportation means
C) the public transit system could no longer meet the ever-increasing demands of the public
D) the electric tram was already on the decline in face of the more advanced transit means
65. the word \"perfect\"(in Para.4) most probably means _________.
A) accurate B) faultless C) skilful D) ultimate
66. In the author\'s opinion, the general public are using the private car because _________.
A) they think it is no problem in the quiet of the day
B) there is hardly enough public transit available in most areas
C) it presents an irresistible attraction to them
D) they do not have a satisfactory substitute
Passage 5
Within 80 years, some scientists estimate, the world must produce more than eight times the present world food supply. The productiveness of the sea raises our hopes for an adequate food supply in the future. Aided by men of science, we have set forth to find out that 70 percent of the earth remains unexplored--the ocean depths. Thus, we may better discover and utilize the sea\'s natural products for the world\'s hungry.
It is fish protein concentrate that is sought from the seas. By utilizing the unharvested fish in United States waters alone, enough fish protein concentrate can be obtained to provide supplemental animal protein for one billion people for one year at the cost of less than half a cent per day per person. The malnutrition of children is terribly tragic. But the crime lies in society\'s unrestrained breeding, not in its negligence in producing fish powder. but wherever the population projects are carefully considered, the answer to the problem is something like this: There are few projects that could do more to raise the nutritional level of mankind than a full-scale scientific effort to develop the resources of the sea. Each year some thirty million tons of food products are taken from the sea, which account for 12 percent of the world\'s animal proteins. Nations with their swelling populations must push forward into the sea frontiers for food supplies. Private industry must step up its marine research and the federal government must make new attacks on the problems of marine research development, There is a tone of desperateness in all these designs on the sea.
But what is most startling is the assumption that the seas are an untouched resource. The fact is that the seas have been, and are being, hurt directly and indirectly, by the same forces that have abused the land. In the broad pattern of ecological relationships the seas are not separable from what happens on the land. The poisons that pollute the soil and the air bring in massive doses int the \'continental shelf waters. The dirt and pollution that spills from our urban sewers(下水道) and industrial outfalls despoil our bays and coastal waters. All the border seas are already heavily polluted by the same exploitation drives that have underminded the quality of life on land.
67.According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?
A) Though the situation is not urgent, we should press forward with our marine research.
B) Nations throughout the world must be provided with fish, fresh or frozen, for needed protein.
C) There are enough fish in the &.S. seas to allow for the annual protein needs of a quarter of the world\'s 4 billion people.
D) The oceans are the major source of the world\'s protein supply.
68. The author\'s primary concern is that _________.
A) the oceans will help to provide enough food for the world in the future
B) thirty million tons of food products are taken from the sea every year
C) city sewers are pouring forth polluted matter into bays and coastal waters
D) a steady increase in population will result in more hungry mouths to feed
69. the author of the passage is most probably of the opinion that _________.
A) the sea is an inexhaustible resource of food supply
B) the shortage of food supply mainly results from unrestricted population growth
C) the inadequate food supply is chiefly caused by the negligence in exploration of the sea
D) it is the population projects, rather than the development of sea resources, that can improve the nutritional conditions of mankind
70. The most appropriate title for this passage is _________.
A) The Role of Science in Fighting Hunger
B) Scientific Efforts to Develop Sea Resources
C) The Importance of Fish protein in Our Diets
D) The Sea and Our Future Food Supply
三, Writing(30 points)  (推荐用专八作文练习)
你如何看待人工智能?(是否对人类生存有威胁?)400字
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参考答案: 1-10 D B A C D A B D C A         21-30 C D A B C A D B B C
           31-40 A C C A A A C D C C       51-60 B C D D A C B B C A
           61-70 D C C A B D C A B D

英语翻译基础(357)
题型:词条(30分),英译汉(60分),汉译英(60分)。
一,词条。15个英译汉(15分),15个汉译英(15分)
1, social security       社会安全
2, public goods        公共物品
3, Nash equilibrium    纳什平衡
4, microeconomics     微观经济学
5,market mechanism 市场机制
6,Like knows like.    惺惺相惜  
7. to teach fish to swim 班门弄斧
8, An apple a day keeps the doctor away. 一天一苹果,医生远离我。
9, One man’s meat is another man’s poison.甲之蜜糖,乙之砒霜
10, Every dog has his day. 人人皆有得意时。
11, applied translation research  翻译应用研究
12, back translation  回译
13, creative treason  创造性叛逆
14, dramatic monologue 戏剧独白
15,critical realism 批判现实主义
汉译英 :
1,新时代中国特色社会主义
2,忘了是第十九大中央委员会还是第十九届全国代表大会,反正与十九大有关
3,红楼梦
4,计算机辅助翻译
5,直译
6,成事在人,谋事在天
7,人之初,性本善
8,前事不忘,后事之师
9,海洋强国
10,依法治国
11,闲人勿进
12,一带一路
13,终生学习
14,世上无难事,只要肯攀登
还有一个忘了
二,翻译。一段英译汉(60分),两段汉译英(60分)
英译汉考的教师全能,百度找到了,如下:(真题中要求只翻划线部分,不用全翻,不然有点多)
2017年世界教师日联合致辞—“增教师权能,促教学自由”
增教师权能,促教学自由 Teaching in Freedom,Empowering Teachers

Teachers are a critical foundation of every society’s long-term strength – providing children, young people and adults with the knowledge and skills they need to fulfill their potential.
教师向儿童、年轻人和成年人传授发挥其潜能所需的知识和技能,他们是社会长久实力的重要基础。
But around the world, far too many teachers don’t have the freedom and support they need to do their vitally important jobs. That is why the theme of this year’s World Teachers’ Day – “Teaching in Freedom, Empowering Teachers” – reaffirms the value of empowered teachers and recognizes the challenges many encounter in their professional lives across the globe.
但全世界有太多的教师得不到从事其极其重要的工作所需的自由和支持。因此,今年世界教师日的主题——“增教师权能,促教学自由”——重申教师权能的价值,凸显世界各地许多教师在其职业生涯中遇到的挑战。

Being an empowered teacher means having access to high-quality training, fair wages, and continuous opportunities for professional development. It also means having the freedom to support the development of national curricula – and the professional autonomy to choose the most appropriate methods and approaches that enable more effective, inclusive and equitable education. Furthermore, it means being able to teach in safety and security during times of political change, instability, and conflict.

教师权能不仅意味着享有高质量培训、公平的薪酬以及持续的职业发展机会。它还意味着享有支持国家课程开发的自由选择最恰当方法和途径的专业自主权,从而使得教育更加有效、包容和公平。另外,教师权能还意味着在政治变革、不稳定和冲突时期能够安全地从事教学。

But in many countries, academic freedom and teacher autonomy are under pressure. For example, at the primary and secondary school levels in some countries, stringent accountability schemes have put enormous pressure on schools to deliver results on standardized tests, ignoring the need to ensure a broad-based curriculum that meets the diverse needs of students.

但在许多国家,学术自由和教师自主面临压力。例如,在一些国家的中小学教育中,严苛的问责机制使学校承受着要在标准化考试中出成绩的巨大压力,忽视了确保满足学生各种需求的广泛课程的必要性。

Academic freedom is critical for teachers at every level of education, but it is especially critical for higher-education teachers, supporting their ability to innovate, explore, and stay up-to-date on the latest pedagogical research. At the tertiary level, teachers are often employed on a fixed-term, contingency basis. This in turn can result in greater job insecurity, diminished career prospects, higher workload and lower wages – all of which can restrict academic freedom and undermine the quality of education that teachers can deliver.

支持教师创新、探索和参与前沿研究能力的学术自由,对各级教育的教师都至关重要,对于高校教师尤其重要。在高等教育中,教师常常是临时性定期聘用。这可能造成工作不安全感加重、职业前景受损、工作量增加、工资降低等问题——这一切会限制学术自由,影响教师的教学质量。

Across all education levels, political pressure and business interests can curb the ability of educators to teach in freedom. Teachers living and working in countries and communities affected by conflicts and instability often face greater challenges, including rising intolerance, discrimination, and related restrictions on research and teaching.

在各级教育中,政治压力和商业利益会削弱教育工作者自由教学的能力。在受冲突和不稳定影响的国家及社区生活和工作的教师常常面临更大挑战,其中包括不宽容、歧视以及对研究和教学日益严重的相关限制。

This year marks the 20-year anniversary of the 1997 UNESCO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Higher-Education Teaching Personnel, which complements the 1966 UNESCO/ILO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Teachers. Together, these instruments constitute the main reference framework on the rights and responsibilities of teachers and educators. Both stress the importance of teacher autonomy and academic freedom in building a world in which education and learning are truly universal.

今年是1997年教科文组织《关于高等教育教学人员地位的建议书》出台20周年。该《建议书》是对1966年教科文组织/劳工组织《关于教师地位的建议书》的补充。这两项文书共同构成教师和教育工作者权利和责任的主要参考框架。两项文书都强调教师自主和学术自由对于建设一个真正普及教育与学习的世界所具有的重要意义。

As the world works together to realize the vision of the Sustainable Development Goals, we appeal to our partners in governments and across the education and private sectors to commit to building a highly skilled, valued and empowered education workforce. This constitutes a critical path to realizing SDG 4, which envisions a world in which every girl, boy, woman and man has access to quality education and lifelong learning opportunities.

全世界正共同努力将各项可持续发展目标的愿景化为现实。我们呼吁政府、教育部门以及私营部门的合作伙伴致力于为建设一支高技能、受重视和有权能的教育工作者队伍。这是实现设想世界上每一位儿童、青年和成年人都能获得优质教育和终身学习机会的可持续发展目标4的关键路径。

This means securing decent working conditions and fair wages for all teachers including at the tertiary level. It means providing teachers with training and development. It means increasing the number of quality teachers, especially in those countries with high numbers of untrained teaching personnel. It means removing unnecessary restrictions on research and teaching and defending academic freedom at all education levels. Finally, it means raising the status of teachers around the world in a way that honors and reflects the impact they have on the strength of society.

这意味着确保包括高校教师在内的所有教师享有体面的工作条件和公平的薪资。这意味着为教师提供培训和发展机会。这意味着尤其是在未经培训的教学人员为数众多的国家,增加高素质教师的数量。这意味着取消对研究和教学的不必要限制,维护各级教育中的学术自由。这还意味着提高全世界教师的地位,使其彰显并反映教师对社会富强的影响。

This World Teachers’ Day, join us in empowering teachers to teach in freedom so that, in turn, every child and every adult is free to learn – to the benefit of a better world.

值此世界教师日之际,让我们为了一个更为美好的世界,携起手来,赋予教师自由教学的权利,以便每个儿童和每个成年人能够自由地学习。

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中国是目前世界上第二位能源生产国和消费国。能源供应持续增长,为经济社会发展提供了重要的支撑。能源消费的快速增长,为世界能源市场创造了广阔的发展空间。中国已经成为世界能源市场不可或缺的重要组成部分,对维护全球能源安全,正在发挥着越来越重要的积极作用。
35分(百度的,顺序有改变,真题是连着的一段)
今年我国外贸进出口有望实现两位数增长
Growth of China\'s imports and exports is expected to see double-digit gains this year, thanks to rising demand as a result of improvement in the domestic and global economies, the General Administration of Customs (GAC) said.
海关总署近日表示,由于国内和全球经济得到改善拉高了需求,今年我国外贸进出口有望实现两位数增长。
The country\'s foreign trade volume jumped by 16.6% year-on-year to 20.29 trillion yuan in the first three quarters of this year, according to customs data released last month.
上月发布的海关数据显示,今年前三个季度,我国外贸总额达20.29万亿元,同比增长16.6%。
GAC spokesman Huang Songping said unstable and uncertain elements may affect the country\'s foreign trade development, but new growth drivers are taking the place of old ones and steady progress is being made in the structural adjustment, thus supporting stable growth of foreign trade.
海关总署新闻发言人黄颂平称,虽然不稳定和不确定的因素可能会影响我国的外贸发展,不过新的增长动力正在取代旧的增长动力且结构性调整正持续取得进展,因此支持了外贸的平稳增长。
\"The situation will remain positive if the current conditions remain unchanged by the end of this year,\" Huang said.
黄颂平表示:“若到今年年底,目前的基本面能保持不变,则形式将依然乐观。”
Exports grew by 12.4% year-on-year to 11.16 trillion yuan in the January-September period, while imports surged by 22.3% year-on-year to 9.13 trillion yuan.
在今年1至9月,我国出口额达11.16万亿元,同比增长12.4%;进口额为9.13万亿元,同比飙涨22.3%。
Trade surplus shrank by 17.7 percent from the same period a year earlier to 2.03 trillion yuan.
贸易顺差2.03万亿元,较去年同期收窄17.7%。

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一,名词解释。(50分)
二,解释一段话(网上没找到)中划出的10个名词。
1,意象  2,青天  3,反刍   4,比肩   5,天平之甍  
6,弥坚 7,彪炳  8,不囿于 9,回眸  10,参悟
三,介绍海南大学的文稿 40分(300字)
四,介绍一位熟悉的名人 60分(800字)
表示是2016年考过的作文,所以当时备考时成功的跳过(苦笑)
最后预祝学弟学妹考个好成绩!

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謝謝學姐!想問一下海大有具體的書目嗎?

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謝謝學姐!想問一下海大有具體的書目嗎?

不客气,海大官网上有几年前的参考书目。你可以查一下官网。

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上面的汉百科一共三部分,WPS 自动设置成了四部分[我汗]

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學姐可以方便留個聯繫方式嗎

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学姐请问这个百科名词解释只有10个词吗?...复习的话需要用什么书呀,我之前考的别的学校都是考实时政治词条

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学姐请问这个百科名词解释只有10个词吗?...复习的话需要用什么书呀,我之前考的别的学校都是考实时政治词 ...

嗯,10个。参考书去官网上看吧。

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请问海南大学翻译硕士笔译难易程度怎样啊,复试刷的多么。谢谢你

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