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Join date : 02/05/2009
Age : 28
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|Tiêu đề: ĐỀ THI THỰC HÀNH DỊCH 1 (K32) - PHẦN DỊCH ANH - VIỆT Thu 06 Aug 2009, 19:36|| |
CÁC BẠN THỬ SỨC VỚI ĐỀ BÀI NÀY NHÉ (THỜI GIAN 60 PHÚT)
I – Transalte the sentences below into Vietnamese.
1. As a rule of thumb the cut off date for joining a class is two weeks after the start of the course.
2. I can put you down for the next course if you like.
3. I was too laid-back; thinking it’d be a piece of cake.
4. I don’t stand a chance of getting into another course now.
5. I’d prefer to see this course through if I’m going to do anything.
6. If I really get stuck into it, I’m sure I could catch up on the work I’ve missed.
7. You need to spell out your abilities and experience clearly so that they stand out.
8. I’ll look into it before I set up an interview.
9. It would be a good idea to brush up on your first aid too.
10. I’d prefer to keep going with some sort of outdoor wok rather than office work.
11. Greenpeace suggests that the best alternative is to change the manufacturing processes that are used in factories so that much less toxic waste is produced.
12. Hundreds of companies have managed to do this and others should follow their example.
13. Some toxic products can be recycled or re-used.
14. In West Germany, for example, the technology has been developed to use the heat that the wastes produce to make the operation of factories more efficient.
15. Other methods are possible, but the temptation still exists for many industries to burn their waste at sea because it seems to be easier and cheaper.
16. Of course, the cost to the world environment and to other users of this planet is not always considered.
17. Only a global ban on the burning of wastes at sea and a drive to find other alternative are acceptable.
18. Countries will also have to stop exporting their industrial rubbish.
19. They must take responsibility for the damage that they cause.
20. They must also find ways of not producing waste in the first place.