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V. Look through the text and write out the key historical terms.




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VI. Give synonyms to the underlined words:

- legacy of artifacts;

- intangibleattributes;

- to bestow for the benefit;

- to revive;

- worthy of preservation;

- cultural masterpieces;

- to validate memories;

- to reinforce the fact;

- as opposed to a reproduction

VII. Explain the expressions and sentences in other words:

§ the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes;

§ maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit;

§ to be revived by a succeeding generation;

§ to be considered worthy of preservation for the future;

§ an artifact will survive as part of the cultural heritage;

§ to reinforce the fact;

§ preserved objects also validate memories;

§ definition includes intangible aspects of a particular culture

VIII. Select the endings to the given statements to develop the idea:

v Cultural heritage is the legacy of …

v Physical or "tangible cultural heritage" includes …

v "Natural heritage" is also an important part of …

v The heritage that survives from the past is …

v Smaller objects such as artworks and other cultural masterpieces are …

v A broader definition includes …

v The significance of physical artifacts can be interpreted against …

v Objects are important to the study of …

v The reality of this risk reinforces the fact that …

IX. – Match the historical terms listed up in column A with the definitions provided in column B.

A B
heritage something made or given shape by man, such as a tool or a work of art, esp. an object of archaeological interest;
artifact the evidence of the past, such as historical sites, buildings, and the unspoilt natural environment, considered collectively as the inheritance of present-day society;
value the most outstanding piece of work of a creative artist, craftsman, etc.;
legacy all the original nontextual matter in a publication, esp. the illustrations;
artworks something handed down or received from an ancestor or predecessor;
masterpieces the desirability of a thing, often in respect of some property such as usefulness or exchangeability: worth, merit, or importance

– Exemplify the use of the lexis listed up in column A and make the sentences of your own.



 

X. Fill in the gaps using the knowledge of the text:

v Cultural heritage "____________" or just "____________" is the __________ of physical ____________ and _____________ of a group or ____________ that are ____________ from past generations, ____________ in the present and _____________ for the ____________ of future generations.

v Physical or "____________" includes ___________ and historic___________, ___________, ___________, etc., that are considered ____________ of ____________ for the future.

v "___________ heritage" is also an ____________ part of a culture, ___________ the countryside and_____________ , including ___________ and fauna.

v The ways and means of _____________ in a_____________, and the often formal ___________ for ___________ in a particular _____________ climate.

v Similarly _____________ is the _____________ each generation may ____________ on the _____________ and on the ______________ that _____________ it to the past.

XI. Answer the fact-finding questions trying not to give a short answer, add some information to develop the idea:



1. What is Cultural heritage?

2. What does tangible cultural heritage include?

3. What is also an important part of a culture?

4. What objects are collected in museums and art galleries?

5. What does the broader definition of Cultural Heritage include?

6. How can the significance of physical artifacts be interpreted?

7. Why are objects important to the study of human history?

8. What does the risk of making an object known and available reinforce?

9. What will affect whether an artifact will survive?


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