Ⅰ.Translate the following two passages into English.（40 points）
A.Translate the following passage into English.（20 points）
B.Translate the following passage into English.（20 points）
Ⅱ.Translate the following two passages into Chinese.（35 points）
A.Translate the following passage into Chinese.（20 points）
The genial sunshine pouring upon him and saturating his miserable body with its warmth. A fine day, he thought. Perhaps he could manage to locate himself. By a painful effort he rolled over on his side. Below him flowed a wide and sluggish river. Its unfamiliarity puzzled him. Slowly he followed it with his eyes, winding in wide sweeps among the bleak, bare hills, bleaker and barer and lower-lying than any hills he had yet encountered. Slowly, deliberately, without excitement or more than the most casual interest, he followed the course of the strange stream toward the sky-line and saw it emptying into a bright and shining sea. He was still unexcited. Most unusual, he thought, a vision or a mirage -- more likely a vision, a trick of his disordered mind. He was confirmed in this by sight of a ship lying at anchor in the midst of the shining sea. He closed his eyes for a while, then opened them. Strange how the vision persisted! Yet not strange. He knew there were no seas or ships in the heart of the barren lands, just as he had known there was no cartridge in the empty rifle.（选自《热爱生命和其他故事》英文版 Love of Life and Other Stories）
B.Translate the following passage into Chinese.（15 points）
The earth is sometimes called “the blue planet”, because from outer space it appears mostly as blue ocean. But ocean water is salty, and not easily converted to freshwater. The amount of freshwater available for human use is only a small fraction of the amount of water found in oceans or locked away in polar ice caps. Of this available freshwater, 95 percent is located underground.
Underground water is motion most of the time, flowing slowly from recharge areas until it discharges into a spring, stream, lake, wetlands or ocean. Groundwater often follows the course of rivers or lies underneath marshes and swamps, keeping rivers from drying up and protecting vegetation when rain is scarce. The upward and downward movement of water through the ground has also a filtering effect, accounting for the generally good quality of groundwater. This means that groundwater is not only better suited for drinking than surface water, it also produces better crop yields.
A.Writing task 1.（40 points）
翻译下面一句话，并写一篇作文，谈谈how translators in China can contribute to patriotic education.
B.Writing task 1.（35 points）
Read the following passage........ discuss your understanding of and your thoughts about “You should be yourself” and “you should not be yourself.”