The reading passage states that the archaeology in Britain faces a variety of challenges. The professor, however, claims the guidelines,which were established in 1990, have changed the whole situation a lot.
The reading mentions that many construction projects destroyed the valuable ancient artifacts. It declares that the increasing population in Britain has posed a threat to the artifacts. The professor believes people can adopt several approaches to protect these priceless artifacts. She says that the construction sites should be examined by the archaeologists before any construction activities and then a plan could be made up to protect them.
The reading then argues that there is no adequate financial support for archaeological research in Britain. It also states that the financial support, which is influenced by the unstable government priority, is fluky. Nevertheless, the professor counters by saying companies, which are responsible for the construction sites, should pay for the archaeological work done on the sites, so archaeologists finally can do a lot of work with the new finance source.
Finally, responding to the claim that people can not find a career in archaeology, the professor declares that lots of jobs are provided from the guidelines. For example, many archaeology experts are hired all stages of the process to examine the archaeology site, and they can process the data and write reports and articles. (228 words)
1, a variety of 很多的
2, establish 产生，颁布
3, a lot 很多地，很大程度地
4, pose a threat to sth 威胁
5, approach 接近，方法，途径
6, make up 编造，制定
7, adquate 充足的
8, priority 优先性
9, fluky 变化无常的，不可靠的
10, work done on sth 关于某事所做过的工作
11, a lot of 很多的