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2021年翻译资格考试《二级笔译综合能力》强化试卷(二)
  • 年份:2021年
  • 类型:模拟试题
  • 总分:100分
  • 时长:120分钟
  • 题量:110
  • 做题人数:26人
题型介绍
Section 1(Part 1 Vocabulary Selection)(In this part, there are 20 incomplete sentences.Below each sentence, there are 4 choices marked by letters A, B, C and D respectively.Choose the word which best completes each sentence.There is only ONE right answer.Blacken the corresponding letter as required on your machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET
  • The school decided to trim their teaching methods according to the students'______.

    A.eloquence

    B.feedback

    C.caution

    D.fluency

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Section 1(Part 2 Vocabulary Replacement)(This part consists of 20 sentences.In each of them one word is underlined,and below each sentence, there are 4 choices marked by letters A, B,C and D respectively.Choose the word that can replace the underlined part without causing any grammatical error or changing the basic meaning of the sentence.There is only ONE right answer.Blacken the corresponding letter as required on your machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET.
  • Americans certainly use lots of energy, but less prodigiously than they once did.In 1985 their consumption was roughly the same as in 1973.

    A.prudently

    B.aptly

    C.prosperously

    D.astonishingly

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Section 1(Part 3 Error Correction)(This part consists of 20 sentences.In each of them there is an underlined part that indicates a grammatical error,and below each,there are 4 choices marked by letters A, B,C and D respectively.Choose the word or phrase that can replace the underlined part so that the error is corrected.There is only ONE right answer.Blacken the corresponding letter as required on your machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET.
  • Officials reacted swiftly, passes anti-bullying legislation at both national and local levels.

    A.having passed anti-bullying legislation

    B.passing anti-bullying legislation

    C.passed anti-bullying legislation

    D.to passing anti-bullying legislations

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Section 2 Reading Comprehension(In this section you will find after each of the passages a number of questions or unfinished statements about the passage, each with 4 (A, B, C and D) choices to answer the question or complete the statement You must choose the one which you think fits best Blacken the corresponding letter as required on your machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET.
  • It was a one-line chat reply from an AncestryDNA customer-service rep that ripped Catherine St.Clair's life.At 57, she was her family's resident genealogist and had sent her saliva to Ancestry for testing.So when her brother Mike showed up as a “first cousin or close relative,she assumed it must be a glitch.Even stranger: The test showed that someone she had never heard of was a much closer genetic match than Mike.
    She contacted Ancestry customer service through the website's chat feature.Calmly, a representative named Pam explained.“Siblings,” Pam said, “normally share about 2,600 centimorgans of DNA,while half siblings share 1,800.” She said, “Go dick on the little icon by his name.It will tell you how much you share with him/5 recalled St.Clair.44And when I clicked on it,that's when the floor fell out from under me.” Mike wasn't her full brother.They didn't share the same father.
    In the business of consumer DNA testing, customer service is sometimes a lot more like emotional support.Though genetic tests are frequently marketed as family-friendly entertainment, they sometimes wind up surfacing life-altering surprises.And when those surprises show up in someone's test results, the first move is often a call to customer service.“We don't really play the role of therapist, but rather listen and try to be sympathetic and empathetic,getting them to process things,” said Kent Hillyer, head of customer care for the genetic-testing firm 23andMe.
    At 23andMe, those types of calls are so frequent that preparing for them is integrated into the company's months-long training program.“The most common issue,” said Hillyer, “is when a customer's presumed father doesn't show up on a test as the genetic dad.But sometimes mothers or siblings are a surprise,too.”
    “How most of those conversations start is people come to us to verify the accuracy,” said Hillyer.“Somebody has known something their whole life and then this company is telling them something different.It's tough.” In training, new employees do mock phone calls and role playing to prepare for such conversations “We practice empathy and sympathy,” said Hillyer.“A lot of it is just listening.We always try to steer the conversation toward the data, and tell them that this is science,” he added.
    At Ancestry, Kathy Luke, vice president of member services, said a special team of representatives handles sensitive queries.'There are certainly cases where a discovery might be quite unexpected,” she said.“We take our responsibility toward our customers — and the potential impact of complex discoveries — very seriously.” At 23andMe,Hillyer often encourages representatives to go for a walk after an intense call to help them decompress.t4We kind of do these internal therapy sessions,” he said.“Here,maybe more so than most places, you have to be really supportive of each other.”
    Lindsay Grove, a customer-care rep at 23andMe, still remembers one call in particular, a dad who took the test only to find out that his child was not, in fact, his child.At first, like most, he was just trying to figure out whether the results were accurate.So Grove explained
    the science behind the data.The customer then became somber and quiet.He questioned whether he should talk to his wife, and, if he did, how.”You could hear the emotion in him, and ...wondering what he would do next,” she said.The next step for St.Clair, who got the big surprise from Ancestry, was reaching out to the relative who showed up more closely related to her than her brother.She sent a message through the company's website.
    “I shared 2,172 centimorgans with her,” said St.Clair.That was just a little more than she had shared with her brother.Pam, the customer-service representative, told her that meant the mystery relative was either a half-sibling, an aunt, an uncle, a niece or a nephew.St.Clair and the mystery relative talked on the phone.It turned out they were, in fact, half-siblings.Her mother had worked for her newfound-sister's dad in I960, around the same time that St.Clair was conceived.Both of her parents died years ago, so it was too late for St.Clair to confront them about the discovery.St.Clair went on to start a Facebook group for people like her called DNA NPE Friends.NPE is short for“not parent expected.” It now has more than 4,000 members and is one of several such groups.
    “It's so deep, the way this affects our role in the family and our relationship to our parents,” she said.“It is traumatic.”

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Section 3 Cloze Test(In the following passage, there are 20 blanks representing words that are missing from the context.Below the passage,each blank has 4 choices marked by letters A, B, C and D respectively.There is only ONE right answer.Blacken the corresponding letter as required on your machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET.
  • When you look up, how far back in time do you see?
    Our senses are ______(91) in the past.There's a flash of lightning, and then seconds pass until we ______(92) the rumble of distant thunder.We hear the past.We are seeing into the past too.
    ______(93) sound travels about a kilometer every three seconds, light travels 300,000 kilometers every second.When we see a flash of lighting three kilometers away, we are seeing something that happened a hundredth of a millisecond ago.That’s not exactly the distant past.
    But as we look further afield, we can peer further back.______(94) through a telescope, we can look even further into the past.If you really want to look back in time, you need to look up.
    The Moon is our nearest celestial neighbor 一 a world with valleys, mountains and craters.It's also about 380,000km away, so it takes 1.3 ______(95) for light to______(96) from the Moon to us.We see the Moon not as it is, but as it was 1.3 seconds ago.
    The Moon doesn't change much from instant to instant, but this 1.3-second delay is ______(97) when mission control talks to astronauts on the Moon.Radio waves travel at the speed of light, so a message ______(98) mission control takes 1.3 seconds to get to the Moon, and even the quickest of ______(99) takes another 1.3 seconds to come back.
    It's not ______(100) to look beyond the Moon and further back in time.The Sun is about 150 million km away, so we see it as it was about 8 minutes ago.
    Even our nearest planetary neighbors, Venus and Mars, are tens of millions of kilometers away, ______(101) we see them as they were minutes ago.When Mars is very ______(102) to Earth, we are seeing it as it was about three minutes ago, but at other times light takes more than 20 minutes to travel from Mars to Earth.
    This ______(103) some problems if you're on Earth controlling a Rover on Mars.If you're driving the Rover at 1km per hour then the lag, ______(104) to the finite speed of light, means the Rover could be 200 meters ahead of ______(105) you see it, 156
    and it could travel another 200 meters after you command it to hit the brakes.
    Not surprisingly, Martian Rovers aren't breaking any speed records, travelling at 5cm per second (0.18kph or 0.11mph).On-board computers help with driving, to prevent rover wrecks with rovers following carefully ______(106) sequences and using on-board computers to ______(107) hazards and prevent punctures.
    Let's go a bit further out in space.At its closest to Earth, Saturn is still more than a billion kilometers away, so we see it as it was ______(108) than an hour ago.
    When the world______(109) into the Cassini spacecraft's plunge into Saturn's atmosphere in 2017, we were hearing echoes from a spacecraft that had already been destroyed more than an hour before.
    So when you look up, remember you aren't seeing things as they are______(110); you're seeing things as they were.
    (选自 The Conversation 2018年 12月27日 )

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