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2013年3月中级口译真题及参考答案

作者:不明  发布时间:2013-11-14  来源:沪江论坛
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  Part A: Spot Dictation

  Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear a passage and read the same passage with blanks in it. Fill in each of the blanks with the ward or words you have heard on the tape. Write your answer in the corresponding space in you ANSWER BOOKLET. Remember you will hear the passage only once.

  In the early 1970's, Citibank of New York City became one of the first financial institutions to install ATM's on a large scale. Since then, the_______(1) of automated teller machines has increased dramatically. At the time, the bank hoped________ (2) their operating costs by replacing human tellers with machines. Little did they _______ (3) that the cash machines would become so successful. However, as more banks added_______ (4) automated service through ATM's, the machines mushroomed all over the world.

  To use an ATM, all you need is a _______(5) issued by your bank. Your bank may also_______(6) through a credit card, such as MasterCard or Visa. To begin a _______(7), you need to insert the card into an ATM and punch in a personal identification number on the _______(8). The personal ID number may consist of_______(9) and can prevent anyone from using the card.

  The ATM next flashes instructions on its_______(10) for carrying out transaction. To get cash, for example, you are instructed to _______(11) that indicate whether the money should be withdrawn form a checking or a savings account and the _______(12). This request is then displayed on the screen. After you press a button to _______(13) that the information is correct, the ATM goes to _______(14).

  How safe, you may ask, is banking by ATM? The_______(15) is meant to prevent anyone, no matter who you are, from using a cash card________(16). If you enter the wrong ID number for a card, a message on the screen will_______(18). As another precaution against_______(19), the bank generally limits the amount that may be withdrawn by cash card______(20), say, to $200.

  Part B: Listening Comprehension

  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.

  1. Statements

  1. (A) We didn't find one qualified applicant.

  (B) Nobody applied for the job.

  (C) Only one person applied for the job.

  (D) We interviewed nine candidates.

  2. (A) Florence finished her speech with some introductory remarks.

  (B) Florence found herself making a speech when the speaker became ill.

  (C) Florence came along with a fluent introduction about the eminent speaker.

  (D) Had the speaker not been ill, he would have made some introductory remarks.

  3. (A) I cannot finish the report in time.

  (B) I hate to join in social activities this weekend.

  (C) I have to work extra time over the weekend.

  (D) I will not attend the board meeting next week.

  4. (A) The director is too busy to attend to your proposal right now.

  (B) The director will help you read the proposal tomorrow morning.

  (C) You should hand in your proposal no later than tomorrow morning.

  (D) You can make an appointment to see the director the next day.

  5. (A) We'll ask for more time to finish the financial plan.

  (B) We'll look for more information for the plan later than expected.

  (C) I'm afraid we'll turn in the financial plan later than expected.

  (D) We'll have to finish the plan with the materials available now.

  6. (A) Talking too much in business negotiations leaves a bad impression o Americans.

  (B) Silence often makes Americans feel uncomfortable in business situations.

  (C) Americans enjoy keeping silent in business negotiations and employ a variety of strategies.

  (D) Americans are rather aggressive, especially in business situations.

  7.(A) I think now it is the best time to do business in China, though we have had a 50-year relationship.

  (B) I believe that we could have done more business with China over the past 50 years.

  (C) Although our company has a history of over 50 years, we are unable to start our business in China.

  (D) Despite our good relationship over the past 50 years, we need to find a better time for investment here.

  8. (A) The director has already signed the agreement.

  (B) The director has read the agreement for three times

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