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ZADANIE 1




PART ONE


Wysłuchaj uważnie pięciu krótkich tekstów(1-5) i poleceń do nich. Wybierz do każdego z nich jedną poprawną opcję (A, B lub C). Każdą sytuację usłyszysz dwukrotnie. Pamiętaj, że tylko jedna odpowiedź jest poprawna. Za każdą prawidłową odpowiedź możesz uzyskać 2 punkty. (10 punktów)


  1. Listen to this woman apologising for being late. Why was she late?


A There was an accident.

B She took the wrong bus.

C The bus broke down.


  1. You are sitting in a travel office when you hear a man talking to the travel

agent. Why is the man changing his flight?
A The original flight was cancelled.

B He is looking for a cheaper flight.

C He has to return earlier than he thought.


  1. You are sitting in a university cafeteria and overhear a man speaking. What

does the man think about his boss’s last decision?
A He agrees with it.

B He disagrees with it.

C He has no opinion about it.


  1. Listen to these two friends talking. Where are they?


A At an airport.

B At a train station.

C At a bus station.


  1. You are walking past a large hall when you hear a man talking. Who is the

man talking to?
A A group of actors.

B An orchestra.

C A group of singers.


PART TWO


Wysłuchaj uważnie tekstu i poleceń do niego. Uzupełnij wolne miejsca ( 6-15) wiadomościami, które usłyszysz dwukrotnie. Za każdą prawidłowo wypełnioną lukę możesz uzyskać 2 punkty. (20 punktów)
Customer:

6



Order:


7






8




Total to pay:



9



Method of payment:



10



Deliver together with:



11



Time of delivery:



12



Address: 21, Swainstone Road

How to get there –

after roundabout, take




13



Next week delivery on



14



instead of on



15





ZADANIE 2


Przeczytaj uważnie teksty 5 wywiadów ze studentami Uniwersytetu w Luton i wybierz osoby (A-E) odpowiadające pytaniom 1-15. Osoby A-E mogą być użyte wielokrotnie zgodnie z pytaniami. Za każde prawidłowe zadanie możesz uzyskać 1 punkt. (15 punktów)

Emiko Asada


A

I’d been working in a large department store in Japan for five years when I decided I wanted to improve my English. And what better place to do this than in England! I chose Luton for two reasons – firstly it is an ideal base to see the rest of the country, with London only 40 minutes away. And the course is very interesting: in addition to language, you study culture as well. The most surprising thing is the amount of free time you get. OK., so you have trips and the movies, which all helps to improve your English.



Ruth Woodward


B

After working as an Occupational Therapist for a number of years, I realized I needed to obtain further skills to become a manager. I was advised that Luton was an ideal place to do this and did some research into their reputation – which I found to be very high. The management courses are used by many top companies and the facilities are excellent. It certainly lives up to its reputation. We are taught in small groups and you are encouraged right from the start to be active. I make contacts easily and it didn’t take long before people knew my name! I was voted “Student of the Year” in my department last year, which was very rewarding. As a direct result of doing this course I now manage services for the elderly and physically disabled for the county.



Nicholas Gaunt


C

I was out of work after serving q four-year apprenticeship as a steel engineer and saw higher education as the way to improve my chances of employment. There are so many positive things about my course – having some experience of the construction industry, I know that it’s relevant; and the student mix of different ages and backgrounds provides interesting discussions. The social side of life shouldn’t be overlooked either. I have made so many new friends and I also play volleyball and do weights in the university gym.



Phil Negus


D

After a time of unemployment I joined a non-degree course at the university. I really enjoyed this and it gave me the confidence to try and do a degree course at Luton. My brother really encouraged me too – he’s a lecturer at Leicester University. I have such a positive view of life now and am confident that I will fulfill my potential. Everybody should think about education and the benefits it can bring. Look at me, I have gone from being unemployed to working towards a degree and hopefully having the chance to move into my chosen career of HIV counseling or youth work.



Rebecca Stafford-Jones


E

My father is a builder and he encouraged my interest in building surveying – not the usual subject choice for a girl but after all this is the 1990s! On our programme we share lectures with students on the Construction Management course so we get a boarder view of the building industry. Out of 48 students on the course only three are girls! So in addition to studying I also have to deal with male attitudes to women in my chosen career.



Which of the interviewers:


1




had heard good opinions of the course before starting it?




2




3




were unemployed before starting the course?




4




5




enjoy mixing with people?




6




likes this university because of its geographical location?




7




gives their story as an example to others




8




enjoy sports?




9




is studying a subject unusual for their sex?




10




has already made career progress as a result of their studies?




11




feels that the course has changed their whole life?




12




feels that they are learning during leisure time as well?




13




14




were supported by family members?




15




was worried about succeeding at university?



ZADANIE 3



Uzupełnij każde z niedokończonych zdań, aby zachować znaczenie zdania wyjściowego. Użyj podanego słowa nie zmieniając jego formy. Za każde prawidłowe zdanie możesz uzyskać 2 punkty. (14 punktów)

1.

We had such a good holiday that we decided to go there again.

so

The holiday was _________________________________that we decided to go there again.




2.

I don’t believe she has done all her homework.

can’t

She ______________________________________ all her homework.




3.

Some young boys cleaned my car while I was doing shopping.

was

My car _______________________________ while I was doing shopping.




4.

She continued to practise after everyone else had gone home.

went

She _______________________________________ after everyone else had gone home.



5.

I played football really well when I was younger but now I don’t.

play

I __________________________________ football really well when I was younger.



6.

“It’s true I did take the car without asking.”

admitted

He _________________________________ the car without asking.



7.

John’s sister is taller than mine.

as

My sister is _______________________________ John’s.



ZADANIE 4

Przekształć wyraz podany z boku w taki sposób, aby po jego wstawieniu do zdania uzyskać poprawną i logiczną wypowiedź. Otrzymasz 1 punkt za każde prawidłowo utworzone słowo. (8 punktów)

Living the Simple Life





One year ago, Mike and Jane Holden make a big ______________

decide

to move out of their large ______________________ Manchester

comfort

home with all its modern __________________________ and rent a cottage in the Scottish countryside. They wanted to try a more

convenient

simple ________________________ . For Mike, the editor,

live

the _________________ thing was giving up his computer and

big

doing all his ___________________ by hand. For both of them,

write

housework took a lot more time, with no washing machine or vacuum cleaner. But, __________________, other things made up


fortune

for this, and they are very positive about the experience. Jane says:




“ We spend more time together __________________ and going

talk

for walks, which is great!”




ZADANIE 5



Uzupełnij poniższy tekst jednym ze słów podanych poniżej (A, B, C lub D) tak, aby otrzymać tekst poprawny logicznie i gramatycznie. Tylko jedno słowo jest prawidłowe. Za każde prawidłowo wstawione słowo otrzymasz 1 punkt. (10 punktów)



FROZEN IN TIME

Magician David Blaine, at age 27, has been frozen (1) ………………… inside one of the biggest blocks of ice in the world. He was wearing only a (2) ………... of trousers and boots to protect himself. The ice was 2.5 metres (3) ……………, weighed six tons and was sealed shut. Blaine set a new (4) …………… for standing still in the ice. Blaine had only enough room inside the ice to (5)………. his nose. His only lifeline was a (6)…………… running through the ice, carrying air and water. A medical team was standing by, constantly checking his physical condition.

The five centimetres of air that separated Blaine from the ice (7) …………… from freezing to death, although as he says. “If I’d fallen (8)................... I could have frozen my brain.

Blaine was on display in Manhattan’s Square. People could (9) ................. pictures and touch the ice. It was in full view of his security (10) ................., friends and anyone who walked by.





1.

A

lively

B

life

C

alive

D

living

2.

A

couple

B

pair

C

few

D

twin

3.

A

narrow

B

shallow

C

above

D

tall

4.

A

record

B

result

C

score

D

champion

5.

A

blink

B

wave

C

scratch

D

sneeze

6.

A

lead

B

wire

C

string

D

tube

7.

A

prevented

B

warned

C

disliked

D

held

8.

A

sleepy

B

asleep

C

sleep

D

sleeping

9.

A

make

B

do

C

put

D

take

10.

A

soldiers

B

clerks

C

guards

D

spies

ZADANIE 6

Uzupełnij zdania czasownikiem w prawidłowej formie. Za każdą prawidłową formę czasownika otrzymasz 1 punkt. (10 punktów)


  1. Why ..............…………………………......................(you, always, put) your feet on my desk? I hate it.

  2. Let me know after you .....................……..........................................(finish) your work.

  3. A: “What ..........................................…………….......... (you, think) about?” B: “ About this film. I .......…………………....................... (think) it is great.”

  4. How long ago.......................................................(you, move) to London?

  5. She explained what …………………………………(happen) to her sister.

  6. I would have given you that book if I (not lose) ..........…......................... it.

  7. This time yesterday we ......................................................(revise) for our exam.

  8. He..........................……………….... (usually, smoke) cigarettes but today he .......………………….................. (not smoke) as he is with his girlfriend.

ZADANIE 7




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