①Millions of tourists come here every year to visit the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, an influx that has helped transform what once a small, laid-back village into a thriving and cosmopolitan town with thumping nightlife and more than 10,000 hotel rooms. ②But the explosion of the tourism industry here has also done something less predictable. ③Siem Reap(暹粒), which had no universities a decade ago, is now Cambodia’s second-largest hub for higher education, after the capital, Phnom Penh. ④The sons and daughters of impoverished rice farmers flock here to work as tour guides, receptionists, bartenders and waitresses. ⑤When their shifts are over, they study finance, English and accounting. ⑥The establishment of five private universities here is helping to transform the work force in this part of Cambodia. ⑦Employers say that English proficiency is rising and that workers who attend universities stand out for their ability to express themselves and make decisions. ⑧A generation of students who would otherwise have had little hope to study beyond high school are enduring grueling schedules to get a degree and pursue their dreams.
①Millions of tourists come here every year to visit the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, an influx that has helped transform what once a small, laid-back village into a thriving and cosmopolitan town with thumping nightlife and more than 10,000 hotel rooms.
Angkor Wat这个关键的专有名词翻译错误（关于专有名词的翻译，请大家复习上一期的生死线哦~）；“a thriving and cosmopolitan town with thumping nightlife and more than 10,000 hotel rooms”的翻译则是照搬原文结构，在“现代化村镇”前堆叠了过多修饰语，而且漏译了cosmopolitan。仅仅一句话就可以看出，这位考生在专有名词的积累、长句的拆分、语言的组织等方面还有待加强。
① Khim Borin(金波林), a 26-year-old tour guide by day and law student by night, says he wants to become a lawyer. ② But he sometimes has trouble staying awake in class during the high tourist season, when he spends hours scaling vertiginous temple steps and baking in the tropical sun. ③ There was no master plan for work and study here. ④ It was driven largely by supply and demand: universities opened to cater to the dreams of Cambodia’s youth. ⑤ “After graduation, students who work and study at the same time often have an edge over fresh graduates who have never worked before, for whom starting a career can be difficult,” said manager Ms. Chan. ⑥ University students are “more communicative”, she said. ⑦ “If they don’t like something, they speak out.” ⑧ Ms. Chan and others say they are lucky that Angkor’s temples have proved so popular with tourists. ⑨ If it were not for the sandstone structures nestled in the jungles, Siem Reap would probably have remained a backwater. ⑩ Last year, 3.3 million tourists visited Siem Reap, half of them foreigners, according to the Cambodian Ministry of Tourism.