13. What is thewriter's purpose in Reading Passage 1?
A toargue in favour of a particular approach to writing dictionaries and grammar books
B topresent a historical account of differing views of language
C to describe the differences between spoken and written language
D to show how a certain view of language has been discredited
原文：标题--Attitudesto language ;It is not easy to be systematic and objective about language study. Popularlinguistic debate regularly
deteriorates into invective and polemic. Languagebelongs to everyone, so most people feel they have a right to hold an opinionabout it. And
when opinions differ, emotions can run high. Arguments can startas easily over minor points of usage as over major policies of
同义替换：views = Attitudes，hold an opinion，Arguments
31. Compared withtoday's museums, those of the past
A did notpresent history in a detailed way.
B werenot primarily intended for the public.
C weremore clearly organised.
Dpreserved items with greater care.
原文：Such conviction was, until recently, reflected in museum displays.Museums used to look and some still do—much like storage rooms of
objectspacked together in showcases: good for scholars...but not for the ordinaryvisitor…..
同义替换：of the past = used to ; the public = theordinary visitor
32. According to thewriter, current trends in the heritage industry
Aemphasise personal involvement.
B havetheir origins in York and London.
C rely oncomputer images.
D reflect minority tastes.
原文：Recently, however, attitudes towards history and the way it should beresented have altered. The key word in heritage display is now
'experience' ,the more exciting the better and, if possible, involving all the sense.
同义替换：emphasise = The key word ; personalinvolvement ='experience' , involving all the sense