Listen to the follomng dialogue and interpret it as required. After you hear a sentence or a short passage in Chinese, interpret it into English by speaking to the microphone. And after you hear an English sentence or short passage, interpret it into Chinese. You mil hear the dialogue only once.
Smith: Earth Day was started in 1970. It was set to help raise the general public’s environmental awareness. For one thing, it provides a special day to remind people to take care of the Earth. It also gives special interest and environmental groups an opportunity to motivate their members to take action in their communities.
赵：听起来不错。可就在环保取得成绩的同时，人口膨胀，臭氧层空洞，全球气候变暖这些问题一点也没有改善 。地球人口越多，资源消耗的越多，产生的垃圾也越多，到时连种粮食的地都没有了怎么办？对此我们决不可掉以轻心 。
Smith: That is certainly true. By the year 2005, there will be 7 billion people on the planet. I personally think that recycling is the answer. Paper, metal, rubber, oil, and many other materials are going to have to be recycled on a much greater scale. Everyone will have to be involved. Perhaps even special legislation will be required. It is true that we are losing millions of hectares every year to housing and roads. But there is still a lot of undeveloped land that could be used for both farming and housing. And science and technology is helping us to get more out of the land that is used for fanning.
Smith: I will probably attend our city’s annual “Earth Day” celebrations and then help pick up the mountain of garbage left over.
Zhao: So what is the purpose of “Earth Day”，how did it get started and what exactly has it accomplished?
史密斯:“地球日”是1970年开始的，0的是提高公众的环保意识。一则是这一活动可以提醒人们耍细心照看好我们的地球，冋时也使特別利益闭体和环保组织有机会动 员自己的成员在各自社区釆取行动 。
Zhao: That all sounds nice. But compared with progress made in environmental protection, nothing seems to have changed in population explosion, ozone depletion, global warming and that sort of thing. Let’s face it, the more people on the earth, the more resources will be used up and the more waste there will be. What are we going to do if we run out of land for food? We must not take the issue lightly.
你说的很对。到2005年，地球人口将达70亿 。我个人认为解决上述问题的方法在废品回收利用 。纸张，金属，橡胶，油料，以及许多物资都必须在史人程度上 冋收利用 。每个人都要参与 。也许还耑要特别立法 。我们的确正在冈建房筑路失去千百万公顷的土地，但未幵发的土地还不少，可以用来种植农作物或建房 。科学技术能帮我们从农田取得更大的收获 。
Zhao: So what are you going to do for Earth Day this year?
Interpret the following passage from English to Chinese.
On August 31, 1997, Lady Diana Spencer, former wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, was killed with her companion Dodi Fayed in a car accident in Paris.
Tests conducted by French police indicated that the driver, who also died in the crash, was intoxicated and likely caused the accident while trying to escape the paparazzi photographers who consistently tailed Diana during any public outing.
Sixteen years earlier, nearly four billion people in 74 countries had tuned in to witness the marriage of Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, to Lady Diana, a young English schoolteacher. Married in a grand ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral in the presence of 2,650 guests, the couple’s romance was for the moment the envy of the world.
However, before long the fairy-tale couple grew apart, an experience that was particularly painful under the ubiquitous eyes of the world’s tabloid media.
In August 1996，two months after Queen Elizabeth IT urged the couple to divorce，the prince and princess reached a final agreement.
In exchange for a generous settlement, and the right to retain her apartments at Kensington Palace and her title of princess, Diana agreed to relinquish the title of “Her Royal Highness” and any future claims to the British throne.
In the year between the divorce and her fatal car accident, the popular princess seemed well on her way of achieving her dream of becoming “a queen in people’s hearts.”
Section 2: 汉译英
1997 年 8 月 31 日，威尔士亲王查尔斯的前妻戴安娜·斯宾塞女士与她的男友多迪·法耶德在巴黎遇车祸死亡。
16 年前，在 74 个国家有近 40 亿人在电视上目睹英国王位的继承人查尔斯亲王与年轻的英国教师戴安娜的婚礼。他们俩在圣保罗教堂举行了盛大的仪式，有 2,650 人出席，当时他们俩的浪漫故事使世人羡慕 。
在伊莉沙白二世女王劝说他们离婚后两个月，也就是 1996 年 8 月，两人达成了最后协议。
Interpret the following passage front Chinese to English
Minister Zhao Qizheng of the State Council Information Office said at the opening ceremony, China and the U.S. are two great nations, and their relationship is not only highly important to the two countries, but also to peace and development the world over.
During his first visit to China in 1972, President Nixon said that to the American people China was a remote and mysterious country on the other side of the Pacific Ocean. Nearly 30 years later, this sense of mystery has reduced remarkably, but the level of mutual understanding between the two countries is still very far from where it should have been.
Understanding and friendship of the two peoples are the foundation stone of bilateral relationship. China Cultural Exchange 2000 is designed precisely to lay such a foundation stone.