I. Translate the following sentence into Chinese.
1.To put it in old economy terms, can you imagine postponing maintenance on an aircraft for six months?
2.If Western people think they are healthy eaters, they will have to think again.
3.Climbing is the focus of my existence to the exclusion of almost everything else.
4.The grass blades, brushing with the movements of their growth, made joyous gentle sounds, like the sighs of a maiden in love.
5.Most economists acknowledge this trading system as one of the greatest contributors to the world's rapid recovery from the desolation of the Second World War.
6.It is an event comparable to the first manned landing on the moon.
7.We believe ourselves to be unique among nations in our generosity of spirit and our readiness to put up with all kinds of people.
8.The tolerance they are talking about does not in fact exist but is invented as a justification for present intolerance.
9.Seven days later the police launched another rescue attempt.
10.A look at the companies pursuing the technology gives a good indication of its potential.