نمونه سوالات آزمون کارشناسی ارشد مترجمی انگلیسی
نمونه سوالات آزمون کارشناسی ارشد مترجمی انگلیسی
1. Which choice means" to bend under weight"?
a. sag b. sack c. slog d. sough
2. Which choice means" wise person"?
a. soot b. sage c. soggy d. snoop
3. Which choice means" follower of a less popular religion"?
a. pagan b. infidel c. heathen d. atheist
4. Which choice means" relevant"?
a. germinate b. germane c. gormandize d. gormless
5. Which choice means" showing very good manners or great social sophistication"?
a. coterie b. coup de main c. courtesan d. couth
6. Which choice means" support or agreement that does not appear to be sincere because the words spoken are not followed up by appropriate action or behavior "?
a. lip trick b. lip service c. lip gloss d. lip microphone
1.a 2.b 3.a 4. a 5.d 6.
Select the underlined word or phrase that is not acceptable in standard written English.
- In a corporation whose stock is private owned, the board of directors is elected by the stockholders.
- Computers and other office equipment, which are being used more and more by businesses, either can be purchased or leased.
- In order so that one can develop good merchandising skills, one needs to have experience in buying and selling.
- The host suggested that, although it is getting late, everyone remain for another cup of coffee.
- Mrs. Block is one of the women who, I believe, is running for office in this district
1.b privately 2.d can be either 3.a 4.b was getting 5.b are running
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241. Translators seek to ………… .
1) express one world in terms of another
2) domesticate otherwise foreign texts
3) find equivalent forms for L1 lexical items
4) show that man’s experiences are translatable
242. Recording, in translation, refers to ………… .
1) expression plane transfer
2) content plane transfer
3) content plane transfer transposition
4) expression plane transposition
243. The grammatical categories that best reflect conative
1) the imperative and locative forms
2) the passive and circumlocutory forms
3) the vocative and imperative forms
4) the exhortative and conative forms
245. The translatability/untranslatability concept is ………… .
1) a key concept in applied translation studies
2) no longer very important after Jakobson’s works
3) the core concept of linguistics
4) the core concept of semantics
246. Code-switching refers to ………… .
1) an expressive mode used by some artists and poets
2) a typical disorder of multilingual children
3) a typical disorder of multilingual individuals
4) a typical disorder of aphasic children
247. The term context is ………… .
1) an aspect of the text particularly important for the language student
2) the cultural, historical, and geographical setting of an utterance
3) the co-text of a given utterance
4) the same as co-text, according to the terminology of some translation studies schools
248. According to Dryden, a word-by-word translation is a (an) ………… .
249. Which one of the following is an example of intralingual translation as discussed by
1) Reproducing in the SL.
2) Rewording in the SL.
3) Rephrasing in the TL.
4) Recreating in the SL.
250. In Catford’s words, translation shifts are ………… .
1) lexical in mismatches
2) grammatical mismatches
3) changes in the meaning of the ST
4) departures from formal correspondence
251. Recent MT programs are ………… .
1) knowledge-based and transfer-based
2) example-based and statistics-based
3) based on matching, recognition, and output
4) based on analysis, transfer, and restructuring
252. When you learn foreign languages, translation is ………… .
1) not included in the program
2) limited to exercises in the use of foreign language
3) replaced by version
4) a didactic tool
253. Multilingual MT systems tend to use ………… .
1) limited input
2) an interlingua
3) bi-directional programs
4) an abstract representation
254. In Vinay and Darbelnet’s model, calque is a procedure in ………… .
1) literal translation
2) free translation
3) direct translation
4) oblique translation
255. Which one of the following questions is addressed by the cultural approaches to
translation and translation studies?
1) What do translations do?
2) How can translations be compared?
3) What is equivalence in translation?
4) What are the mental processes of translating?
256. What distinction does Levy make between translation theory and practice?
1) Translation theory is abstract, but translation practice is actual.
2) Translation theory is instructive, but translation practice is applied.
3) Translation theory tends to be normative, but translation practice is pragmatic.
4) Translation theory is rank-bound, but translation practice is rank free.
257. What are the major sources of difficulty for interpreters?
2) Register and unit
4) Speed and memory
258. Which of the following is an example of vocative texts?
1) A drama
2) A scientific report
3) Popular literature
4) An autobiography
259. Think-aloud protocols are used to investigate the ………… of translation.
260. The equivalence of two linguistic signs ………… .
1) is possible in only interlingual translation
2) is possible only in intralingual translation through the use of synonyms
3) does not exist
4) is what allows translation
261. In Dryden’s words, metaphor needs ………… .
3) literal translation
262. What are kernel level sentences in Nida’s theory?
1) Basic deep-structure sentences.
2) Transformed surface-structure sentences.
3) Basic statements and simple surface-structure sentences.
4) Back-transformed, simple, active, declarative sentences.
263. A pragmatic equivalent is oriented toward the ………… .
264. According to Catford, in a partial translation ………… .
1) some words are left untranslated
2) some parts of the ST are omitted
3) words are translated at corresponding levels
4) the TL material replaces only some parts of the SL material
265. Translators performing under different conditions often adopt differing strategies
and ultimately come up with different ………… .
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101. Within jakobson’s approach, cross-linguistic differences occur at the levels of
1) form, meaning, syntax
2) aspect, gender, semantic fields
3) features of meaning, lexical mismatches
4) poetics, stylistics
102. “Naturalness” is considered a characteristic of ………… translation.
1) unduly free
2) modified literal
103. In the structural approaches, translation is defined as ………… .
1) a change of meaning
2) reproduction of message
3) reproduction of content
4) a change of form
104. What is the semantic label for the word “repetition”?
105. According to polysystem theory, when is translated literature peripheral?
1) when it includes a variety of genres in literature
2) when it is smaller in volume than non-translated literature
3) when it is marginalized
4) when it is canonized
106. In the history of translation studies, the 18th century is known to be more …………
whereas the 19th century is known to be more ………… .
1) linguistics-oriented, literature oriented
2) philology-oriented, linguistics-oriented
3) data-oriented, theory-oriented
4) literature-oriented, science-oriented
107. In the twentieth century, accuracy became more important than ………… .
108. In what ways is the Spanish-English translation of a novel by Marquez restricted,
according to Holme’s map?
1) rank-restricted, area-restricted, text type-restricted.
2) problem-restricted, time restricted, text type-restricted.
3) text type-restricted, medium restricted, problem-restricted.
4) area-restricted, text type-restricted, time-restricted.
109. According to Larson, a borrowed word is ………… into the receptor language,
whereas a loan word is ………… to the TT receptors.
1) transferred, known
2) assimilated, new
3) integrated, unfamiliar
4) transposed, unidentified
110. Larson’s approach to translation studies is ………… .
3) structural and prescriptive
4) post-structural and transformational
111. The Relevance Theory was mediated into translation studies by ………… .
1) Sperber and Wilson
4) Hatim and Mason
112. According to Larson, a modified literal translation ………… .
1) changes the grammatical forms when constructions are obligatory.
2) adds extraneous information to the source text.
3) is rank-bound at the level of word
4) reproduces the patterns of the source language
114. The Manipulation Scholl considers translation a ………… .
115. The skopos theory was introduced by ………… .
2) Bassnett and Lefever
3) Blum Kulka
4) Verneer and Reiss
116. Toury’s approach to translation is ………… .
117. Which of the following concepts corresponds to the concept of “the invariant core
1) propositional meaning
2) functional meaning
3) literal meaning
4) connotative meaning
118. Which theory of translation is known to be behavioristic and mathematical?
119. Cultural approaches to translation reject the concept of ………… .
1) historical differences.
2) translation universals.
3) linguistic similarities
4) power relations.
120. Herman believes that ………… .
1) all translations contain manipulation.
2) translation is paraphrasing.
3) translation is a linguistic activity.
4) translation is distortion.
121. Popovic believes that the difference between the various target versions of a single
source text concerns ………… .
1) the variant parts
2) the core
3) the periphery
4) the meaning