“昨天，小公园里撒满了阳光，孩子们、老人们，喜洋洋一大群”译为Yesterday, the small park was bathed in sunshine and lots of kids and elderly folks there enjoyed themselves very much，其中was bathed in sunshine意同was covered with sunshine。又，此句也可译为Yesterday, lots of kids and elderly folks enjoyed themselves very much in the sun-drenched small park。
“‘夕阳无限好’是千古名句”译为“The setting sun shines with unrivalled splendor”is a celebrated line from an ancient Chinese poem，其中把“千古”译为from an ancient Chinese poem，带有解释性，交代此名句来自一句中国古诗。
“太阳控制着人们的健康，生死存亡”可按“太阳与人们的健康息息相关，决定人们的生死存亡”译为The sun has much to do with our health and determines our life or death, survival or extinction。
“太阳是惟一”译时应采用增词法：The sun is the sole ball of fire in the sky或The sun is the only fiery celestial body。
“惟一往往被尊为最伟大”译为Anything that is the only one of its kind is often held up as great，其中把“惟一”译为the only one of its kind，也采用增词法；to hold up是成语，作“提出”、“推举”等解。
“那点迷人的光”可按“那迷人的暗淡光芒”译为its enchanting pale light。
“太阳我行我素，永远这样放光芒，它一样对待……”译为The sun goes on doing whatever it pleases, always shining on all alike …，其中alike意同equally。
◎ Wu Guanzhong
Yesterday, the small park was bathed in sunshine and lots of kids and elderly folks there enjoyed themselves very much. Today, the sun has disappeared. It is a cold and gloomy winter day and looks like snow. The park is deserted except for a solitary walker wrapped in an overcoat with his head bent low. The disappearance of the sun does not affect his solitary walk at all. It seems that there is no sun in his heart.
We are all closely related to the sun. We get up at sunrise and fall into a heavy slumber after sunset until the sun reappears the next day. We all love the sun and long for sunrise. The Impressive Sunrise is a world-famous painting.“The setting sun shines with unrivalled splendor”is a celebrated line from an ancient Chinese poem. The sun endows Mother Nature with color and creates shadows for men. Without shadows, we would be unable to see light. It is by means of shadows that we find the world to be three-dimensional. It is unhealthy to confine ourselves to shadows, nor is it healthy to have no shadows in life. The sun has much to do with our health and determines our life or death, survival or extinction.
People look at the sun and admire its glow, light and brilliance. Men invented the lantern in imitation of the sun and continue to love the lantern when they have the electric lamp because the sun will always have the worship of all. It also appears most often in drawings done by children. We see one and only one sun from the earth. The sun is the sole ball of fire in the sky. Anything that is the only one of its kind is often held up as great. Louis XIV styled himself Solar King. But he nevertheless died, leaving his potential successors to contend for the Solar-King throne.
The sun is the source of heat and the symbol of warmth. Sorrowful people often complain that they have no sun in their hearts. People dread the sun in sweltering summer days. The sun does not always give us blessings. It may be a hypocrite, causing seedlings to wither and plunging people into the depth of misery. While people dread the sun, they admire the moon on summer evenings though, in fact, its enchanting pale light is a reflection from the sun. The sun goes on doing whatever it pleases, always shining on all alike, be they wild grass, fresh flowers, worms, bats, skyscrapers, deserts, wild country …
All in all, people can’t go without the all-powerful sun.