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考试吧整理:英语三级笔译真题及答案(完整版)

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  三级笔译真题(一)

  笔译综合能力

  Section1: vocabulary and grammar

  Part1 vocabulary selection

  1. We have had to raise the prices of our products because of the increase in the cost of ___materials.

  A primitive B .rough C original D raw

  2. With an eight-hour week and little enjoyment, life must have been very ___for the students.

  A hostile B anxious C tedious D obscure

  3. Whenever the government increases public services, ___because more workers are needed to carry out these services.

  A employment to rise B employment rises C which rising employment D the rise of employment

  4. Our flight to Guangzhou was___ by a bad fog and we had to stay much longer in the hotel than we had expected.

  A delayed B adjourned C cancelled D preserved

  5. Container-grown plants can be planted at any time of the year, but___ in winter.

  A should be B would be C preferred D preferably

  6. Both longitude and latitude___ in degrees, minutes and seconds.

  A measuring B measured C are measured D being measured

  7. Most comets have two kinds of tails, one made up of dust, ___ made up of electrically charged particles called plasma.

  A one another B the other C other ones D each other

  8. Good pencil erasers are soft enough not___ paper but hard enough so tat they crumble gradually when used.

  A by damaging B so that they damaging C to damage D damaging

  9. The magician picked several persons___ from the audience and asked tem to help him with the performance.

  A by accident B at random C on occasion D on average

  10. On turning the corner, they saw the path___ steeply.

  A departing B descending C decreasing D degenerating

  11. English language publications in China are growing in volume and___.

  A circulation B rotation C circumstance D appreciating

  12. Hydroponics___ the cultivation of plants without soil.

  A does B is C do D .are

  13. To impose computer technology___ teachers is to create an environment that is not conducive to learning.

  A with B to C in D on

  14. Marketing is___ just distributing goods from the manufacturer to the final customer.

  A rather than B other than C bigger than D more than

  15. ___ a language family is a group of languages with a common origin and similar vocabulary, grammar, and sound system.

  A What linguists call B It is called by linguists C Linguists call it D What do linguists call

  16. In the eighteenth century, the town of Bennington, Vermont, was famous for___ pottery.

  A it made B its C the making D where its

  17. ___ get older, the games they play become increasingly complex.

  A Children B Children, when they C As children D For children to

  18. ___ of his childhood home in Hannibal, Missouri, provided Mark Twain with the insp

  iration for two of his most popular novels.

  A Remembering B Memories C It was the memories D He remembered

  19. Dust storms most often occur in areas where the ground has little vegetation to protect___ of the wind.

  A From the effects B it the effects C it from the effects D the effects from it

  20. Most nurses are women, but in the higher ranks of the medical profession women are a___.

  A scarcity B minority C minimum D shortage

  Part2 vocabulary replacement

  21. Shellfish give the deceptive appearance of enjoying a peaceful existence, although in fact life is a constant struggle for them.

  A misleading B calm C understandable D initial

  22. The most striking technological success in the 20th century is probably the computer revolution.

  A profitable B productive C prominent D prompt

  23. Scientific evidence from different disciplines demonstrates that in most humans the left hemisphere of the brain controls language.

  A. groups of follows B years C countries D fields of study

  24. Public relations practice is the deliberate, planned and sustained effort to establish and maintain mutual understanding between an organization and its public

  A complete B related C intentional D active

  25. The use of the new technology will have a profound effect on schools.

  A negative B positive C strong D useful

  26. If we look at the Chinese and British concepts of hospitality, we find one major similarity but a number of important differences.

  A hostility B friendliness C manner D culture

  27. In just three years, the Net has gone from a playground for the local people to a vast communications and trading center where millions swap information or do deals around the world.

  A business B shopping C chatting D meeting

  28. Most species of this plant thrive in ordinary well-drained garden soil and they are best planted 8cm deep and 5cm apart.

  A develop well B grow taller C mature D bear fruit

  29. Motivation is the driving force within individuals that impels them to action.

  A impedes B interferes C holds D pushes

  30. The ultimate cause of the Civil War was the bombardment of Fort Sumter.

  A. only B final C true D special

  31. No hero of ancient or modern days can surpass the Indians with their lofty contempt of death and the fortitude with which they sustain its cruelest affliction.

  A regard B courage C loss D track

  32. The service economy doesn’t suggest that we convert our factories into laundries to survive.

  A imply B persuade C hurl D transform

  33. It was rather strange how the habits of his youth clung to him still. He was 72.

  A stuck to B turned C led to D gave way to

  34. He has a touch of eccentricity in his composition.

  A. essay B writing C character D manner

  35. Jim was a stout old gentleman, with a weather-beaten countenance.

  A body B skin C shoulder D passionate interest

  Part3 error correction

  36. Not much people realize that apples have been cultivated for over 3,000 years.

  A Not many B Not enough C Without many D No many

  37. The eastern bluebird is considered the most attractive bird native of North America by many bird-watchers.

  A native B native with C native by D native to

  38. All living creatures pass on inherited traits from one generation to other.

  A the other B another C the other D other one

  39. Furniture makers use glue to hold joints together and sometimes to reinforce it.

  A its B fast C hard D them

  40. The hard, out surface of the tooth is called enamel.

  A outside B appearance C outer D hiding

  41. The earliest form of artificial lighting was fire, which also provided warm and protection.

  A hot B sunshine C warmth D safe

  42. All mammals have hair, but not always evident.

  A but it is not B but it is C but they are not D but they are

  43. A professor of economic and history at Atlanta University, W.E.B. Du Bois, promoted full racial equality.

  A economy B economics C economical D economic

  44. Machines that use hydraulic pressure including elevators, dentist chairs, and automobile brakes.

  A exclude B excluding C include D are included

  45. The first recorded use of nature gas to light street lamps it was in the town of Frederick, New York, in 1825.

  A was B is C it is D were

  46. Although the social sciences different a great deal from one another, they share a common interest in human relationship.

  A move B differ C change D varies

  47. Unlike competitive running, race walkers must always keep some portion of their feet in contact of the ground.

  A run B runner C runners D running race

  48. A promising note is a written agreement to pay a certain sum of money at some time future.

  A time futures B futures C futures time D future time

  49. New York City surpassed the other Atlantic seaports in partly because it developed the best transportation links with the interior of the country.

  A part B partial C partner D parting

  50. All root vegetables grow underground, and not all vegetables that grow underground are roots.

  A but B or C as D thus

  Section2: reading comprehension

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