Adjectives and Adverbs in English and Chinese Translation
Adjectives and Adverbs in English and Chinese Translation Adjectives Plays a very important part in English, it can take the place of verbs, nouns or adverbs in certain circumstances. It is so flexible as a preposition. By contrast, adjectives in Chinese are not so flexible.
Example 1 I am much abroad in my guess.
Example 2 In this country, sex between consenting adults is nobody else’s business.
Example 3 这个国家滥伐森林，造成生态失调。
Translation: Ecological imbalance has shadowed the country because of its being prodigal of its forests.
Example 4 他初出茅庐，没有什么经验。
Translation: He is a green hand. Adverbs in English are also powerful. Some of them are rather informatic, thus we could translate it as a separate sentence.
Example 5. Jordan can not politely turn down the invitation to an Arabic foreign ministers conference.
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Example 6. Basically, the theory proposed, among other things, that the maximum speed possible in the universe is that of lights.
Example 7. 这听起来像是童话故事，但它确是真人真事，不相信也无济于事。
Translation: It sounded like a fairy tale-but it was all too brutally real.
Example 8 Translation from English to Chinese is not as easy as that from English into Chinese.
Example 9 During his visit to China, the Korean foreign minister conferred with his Chinese counterpar a number of times.
Example 10 Electrical charges of a similar kind repel each other and those that are dissimilar attract.
Example 11 She compares the new edition with the old ones.
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