33. The writer saysthat museums, heritage sites and theme parks
A oftenwork in close partnership.
B try topreserve separate identities.
C have similar exhibits.
D are less easy to distinguish than before.
原文：In a related development, the sharp distinction between museum andheritage sites on the other hand, and theme parks on the other, is
同义替换：less easy to distinguish = distinctionbetween ….and …. is gradually evaporating
34. The writer saysthat in preparing exhibits for museums, experts
A shouldpursue a single objective.
B have todo a certain amount of language translation.
C shouldbe free from commercial constraints.
D have tobalance conflicting priorities.
原文：Those who are professionally engaged in the art of interpreting historyare thus in a difficult position, as they must steer a narrow course
betweenthe demands of 'evidence' and 'attractiveness' , especially giventhe increasing need in the heritage industry and income-generating
同义替换：balance conflicting priorities = steer a narrowcourse between the demands of 'evidence' and 'attractiveness'
35. In paragraph E,the writer suggests that some museum exhibits
A fail tomatch visitor expectations.
B arebased on the false assumptions of professionals.
C revealmore about present beliefs than about the past.
D allowvisitors to make more use of their imagination.
原文：Such presentations tell us more about contemporary perceptions of theworld than about our ancestors.
同义替换：reveal = tell ; present = contemporary ; thepast = our ancestors
36. The passage endsby noting that our view of history is biased because
A we failto use our imagination.
B onlyvery durable objects remain from the past.
C we tendto ignore things that displease us.
D museumexhibits focus too much on the local area.
原文：Human bias is inevitable, but another source of bias in therepresentation of history has to do with the transitory nature of the
materialthemselves. The simple fact is that not everything from history survives thehistorical process. Castles, palaces and cathedrals have a
longer lifespan thanthe dwellings of ordinary people.
同义替换：durable与transitory相反；remain from the past = survives the historicalprocess