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2016年11月CATTI二级笔译实务真题(整理版)

姚洋 • 8 月前 • 969 次点击  

[# **2016.11二级笔译实务真题整理版**]

[**英译汉 Passage 1**]

Everyone knows that weddings—the most elaborate and costly form of old school pageantry still acceptable in modern society—are stupid expensive. But it turns out Americans are now blowing even more money than ever before on what’s supposed to be the most magical day of any couple’s life together. Money that, to be honest, could be spent on much, much cooler stuff.

The Knot released its annual wedding survey this week, with findings showing that couples are spending a mind-numbing average of $32,641 on matrimonial celebrations. The study includes data from nearly 18,000 pairs across the country. While the cost of a wedding varied greatly from city to city—reaching a nauseating high of $82,300 in Manhattan—the price was steep no matter where couples chose to get hitched. All this despite the fact that weddings (and marriages in general, honestly) can be a fairly impractical thing to invest in. Seriously, even 50 Cent doesn’t spend as much in a day as you’re spending on a reception band alone. Think about that.

So rather than buying into the Marriage Industrial Complex on a union that may or may not work out, wouldn’t it make more sense to save your hard-earned money by forgoing the big ceremony for the major expenses you’re likely to face in married life? You know, like a mortgage. Or braces for your wallet-draining children-to-be. And if your fianceé is dead set on a fairytale wedding? You could always just blow your financial load on a plenty fulfilling single life.

With nearly $33,000 to spend in the life of a singledom, you could get pretty far when it comes to amenities and entertainment. Perhaps the best part of being free from the shackles of wedding planning is the opportunity to treat yourself. Like, why drop $1,400 on a frilly dress you’ll wear once before it turns to moth food when you can rock the most expensive shoes of the season and look great doing it?

And while weddings are supposed to be all about the happy couple, everyone knows that’s bull, because you have to feed your guests and provide them entertainment and put a roof over their heads for a couple of hours and likely go into debt doing it.

In addition to simply having fun, there are some more practical ways to spend your wedding purse as well. For instance, purchasing and providing for a nice house cat rather than dropping major dough on finger bling intended for fending off hotties for the rest of your life. Fluffy won’t care if you bring home someone new every weekend—he’ll just hate everyone indiscriminately.

[**Passage 2**]

My teenage son recently informed me that there is an Internet quiz to test oneself for narcissism. His friend had just taken it. “How did it turn out?” I asked. “He says he did great!” my son responded. “He got the maximum score!”

When I was a child, no one outside the mental health profession talked about narcissism. People were more concerned by inadequate self-esteem, which at the time was thought to lurk behind nearly every issue. Like so many excesses of the 1970s, the self-love cult spun out of control and is now rampaging through our culture like Godzilla through Tokyo.

A 2010 study in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science found that the proportion of college students exhibiting narcissistic personality traits – based on their scores on the Narcissistic Personality Inventory, a widely used diagnostic test – has increased by more than half since the early 1980s, to 30 per cent.

In their book, The Narcissism Epidemic, psychology professors show that narcissism has increased as quickly as obesity has since the 1980s. Even our egos are getting fat. This is a costly problem. While full-blown narcissists often report high levels of personal satisfaction, they create havoc and misery around them. There is overwhelming evidence linking narcissism with reduced honesty and increased aggression. It’s notable for occasions like Valentine’s Day that narcissists struggle to stay committed to romantic partners, in no small part because they find themselves superior.

The full-blown narcissist might reply, “So what?” But narcissism isn’t an either-or characteristic. It’s more of a set of progressive symptoms (like alcoholism) than an identifiable state (like diabetes). Millions of Americans exhibit symptoms, but still have a conscience and a hunger for moral improvement. At the very least, they really do not want to be terrible people.

A healthy self-love that leads to true happiness builds up one’s intrinsic well-being, as opposed to feeding shallow cravings to be admired. Cultivating amour de soi requires being fully alive at this moment, as opposed to being virtually alive while wondering what others think. The soulful connection with another person, the enjoyment of a beautiful hike alone, or a prayer of thanks over your sleeping child could be considered expressions of self-love.

[# **考翻译硕士~唯一认准@鬼谷一喵**]

[**汉译英 Passage 1**]

浙江杭州是风景秀美之地,也是创新活力之城。G20杭州峰会的会标,就是用20根线条,勾勒出一个桥型轮廓,同时辅以“2016年G20”的英文和篆隶“中国”印章。

桥,在G20独具含义。曾几何时,全球经济治理为发达国家所垄断。G20是第一个发达国家和发展中国家平等参与全球经济治理的机制,是历史的进步。在这个意义上,G20本身就是一座桥,一座连接历史与未来、发达国家与发展中国家的桥梁。

在2016年的杭州,在世界经济发展的当下,桥又有了新的含义。它寓意着对G20成为全球经济之桥、国际社会合作之桥、面向未来的共赢之桥的殷切期望。桥梁线条形似光纤,寓意信息技术应用带来的互联互通,具有强烈的时代感。我们希望,以杭州峰会为桥梁,各国间的联系将更加紧密,世界经济的前景将更加广阔。

[**Passage two**]

纵观世界文明史,人类先后经历了农业革命、工业革命、信息革命。每一次产业技术革命,都给人类生产生活带来巨大而深刻的影响。

现在,以互联网为代表的信息技术日新月异,引领了社会生产新变革,创造了人类生活新空间,拓展了国家治理新领域,极大提高了人类认识世界、改造世界的能力。互联网让世界变成了“鸡犬之声相闻”的地球村,相隔万里的人们不再“老死不相往来”。可以说,世界因互联网而更多彩,生活因互联网而更丰富。

中国正处在信息化快速发展的历史进程之中。中国高度重视互联网发展,自21年前接入国际互联网以来,我们按照积极利用、科学发展、依法管理、确保安全的思路,加强信息基础设施建设,发展网络经济,推进信息惠民。

十三五时期,中国将大力实施网络强国战略、国家大数据战略、“互联网+”行动计划,发展积极向上的网络文化,拓展网络经济空间,促进互联网和经济社会融合发展。我们的目标,就是要让互联网发展成果惠及13亿多中国人民,更好造福各国人民。

[# **考翻译硕士~唯一认准@鬼谷一喵**]

 
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