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KOD:......................................

07.02.2005

KONKURS JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO

DLA UCZNIÓW GIMNAZJÓW

ETAP REJONOWY

Czas trwania: 90 min

Gramatyka i słownictwo

Praktyczne stosowanie języka


Rozumienie tekstu czytanego

Wiedza o krajach anglojęzycznych

Razem

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KOMISJA: ...............................................



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  • Przed rozwiązywaniem zadań uważnie przeczytaj polecenia.



GOOD LUCK !

  1. GRAMATYKA I SŁOWNICTWO

Zadanie 1



Podkreśl poprawną odpowiedź.
Przykład: Vegetarians don’t eat / aren’t eating / not eat meat.


    1. Let’s go to / - / a home.

    2. I have never been / never was / never be in Australia.

    3. There isn’t some / any / a coffee left.

    4. What were you doing / did you do / you doing when the teacher entered the classroom?

    5. We’re planning to go on holidays on / in / at July.

    6. In my free time I usually am reading / reads / read a lot.

    7. I’m not very good at table tennis. Tom always beats my / me / I.

    8. If I am / were / be you, I would help your friend.

    9. I know English quite well. I was learning / am learning / have been learning this language since I was a child.

    10. What time did you get up / you got up / did you got up yesterday?

    11. While walking my dog in the park I met some friends of me / mine / myself.

    12. If you don’t water your plants they will / would / are going to die.

    13. Who did discover / has discovered / discovered America?

    14. I think that in the future people will drive / are going to drive / would drive flying cars.

    15. Ann told / said me / told me that she was going to work on her project.

    16. My mother is a / an / the artist.

    17. You don’t have to worry about your speech, Mr President. It is writing / is being writing / is being written for you now.

    18. My younger brother used to eat / used eating / was used to eating a lot of sweets but fortunately he doesn’t any more.

    19. Do you mind open / to open / opening the window?

    20. He doesn’t work at the weekends, does he / doesn’t he / isn’t he ?

    21. It’s been raining for / since / on early this morning.

    22. I prefer milk to / than / that tea.

    23. I think they give us too many / too much / too enough homework.

    24. That was the worse / bad / worst holiday I have ever had.

    25. The phone rings / is ringing / ring . Can you answer it? ...……/25

Zadanie 2


Popatrz na drzewo genealogiczne rodziny Emily i wstaw brakujące nazwy członków rodziny.

Henry + Mary


Ann + John Gabriela + Chris Joan + Adam Laura
Rick Emily Brian Robert Mike
Henry and Mary are Emily’s (1) ……………………….Ann is her (2)…………………. and John is her (3) ………………………. Gabriela is John’s (4) …………………… and Emily’s (5) ……………….…..…. Chris is Gabriela’s (6) .................................... Robert and Mike are Emily’s (7) …………..…………. . John is Brian’s (8) ………….…………… Emily is Laura’s (9) ……………………., and Rick is Laura’s (10) ……………………..
……….../ 10
Zadanie 3
Uzupełnij zdania wybierając odpowiednie wyrazy z ramki. Każdą lukę możesz uzupełnić tylko jednym słowem.


skyscraper, excited, moody, scholarship, weather forecast, city hall, coins, money order, website, recipe, money, funny, prescription, mailbox, weatherman, exciting




      1. She is very .......................... Sometimes she’s very nice, and sometimes very unfriendly.

      2. You go to a ....................... to find information on the Internet.

      3. ............................. are made of metal and banknotes of paper.

      4. If you really like this cake so much I can give you a ........................ so you can prepare it yourself.

      5. The Empire State Building is a famous …………………….

      6. Information about the weather over the next few days is called a ……………………

      7. If you are a good student at university you get a ……………………… for good results.

      8. I was really ………………. about going to Disney World. …………/ 8

Zadanie 4
Uzupełnij tekst zakreślając prawidłową odpowiedź: a, b lub c.
Maggie, a ten- (1)............. -old elephant suddenly lost both 50 kilograms of weight as well (2) ................ her usual cheerfulness. The ZOO workers tried to (3) ...............the mystery of Maggie’s unexpected disease for quite a long time. Finally, they decided that their pet is suffering (4) .................... depression. But how can an elephant be depressed? An elephant is by the very definition a candid and merry creature, a total antithesis of depression! The symptoms (5) ................... for themselves, though. Apathy was switching swiftly into overall nervousness, the huge bags under Maggie’s eyes indicated terrible insomnia. Who knows how to cure a depressed elephant? The change in a diet didn’t help, (6) ............... did the new toys. Eventually, despaired ZOO director turned to a well-known elephant-whisperer. The specialist talked to the patient for a (7) .............. of hours. In vain . Even the celebrity could not find the reason for elephant’s chronic sadness. When everyone (8) ............ all the hope Maggie suddenly recovered. All the symptoms disappeared within two weeks, Maggie seemed to be as healthy as never before. It (9)............. some time (10) .......... the ZOO workers to solve the puzzle. The answer was so easy – Maggie simply pined away after her neighbour, a young giraffe Kelly, was moved for some time to another ZOO. When Kelly came back Maggie had no (11) ............ to be depressed any (12) ........... !


1. a) years

2. a) as


3. a) know

4. a) to


5. a) spoke

6. a) nor

7. a) pair

8. a) lost

9. a) got

10. a) for

11. a) sense

12. a) better


b) year


b) that

b) solve


b) for

b) told


b) and

b) couple

b) vanished

b) took


b) to

b) way


b) time

c) how


c) like

c) answer

c) from

c) said


c) neither

c) two


c) missed

c) grabbed

c) by

c) reason



c) more

............/ 12




  1. PRAKTYCZNE STOSOWANIE JĘZYKA

Zadanie 1

Połącz zdania (1-10) z odpowiedziami (a-j).

1. Bye! I’m going out now. ......

2. I’m so fed up with all this work! ......

3. Did you like her last novel? ......

4. Did you enjoy your lunch? .......

5. Would you mind closing the door? ......

6. Would you like a lift to the station? ......

7. See you tomorrow! ......

8. Make yourself at home. ......

9. Well, what shall we do? ......

10. What are you doing this evening? ......





  1. Oh, me too! I’ll be glad when the exams have finished.

  2. No, of course not. It is rather cold in here.

  3. Nothing special. Why?

  4. That’s very kind. Thank you.

  5. Oh, OK. Have a nice time!

  6. Bye!

  7. Yes, it was wonderful! How did you make the sauce?

  8. That would be great. Thanks.

  9. Let’s go to the shopping centre.

  10. Yes, I loved it. I read it from cover to cover.

............/ 10




Zadanie 2

Gdzie zobaczysz poniższe napisy? Wybierz jedną z podanych możliwości i napisz odpowiednią literę obok każdego napisu. Możliwości jest wiecej niż potrzebujesz.


1
DO NOT FEED

THE ANIMALS


.

..............


Visitors are requested to keep dogs on a lead

2.


..............
3

PICNIC AREA
5 MILES
.

.............




  1. in a newspaper

  2. on a toilet door

  3. in a ZOO

  4. on the TV

  5. in a car park

  6. on a hotel

  7. in a park

  8. on a road

  9. in a restaurant

  10. in a phone box

VACANCY


4. ............


Cars left at owner’s risk

5. ............

............../ 5





  1. ROZUMIENIE TEKSTU CZYTANEGO


Przeczytaj uważnie poniższy artykuł a następnie wykonaj znajdujące się pod nim

zadania.
THE GREAT BRITISH HOLIDAY

A…………..The Brits love what they call "bucket and spade" holidays and flock to resorts such as Brighton, Blackpool and Torquay to relax on the beach. The younger generation (and a lot of the older generation too, come to think of it, these days) prefer the warmer Mediterranean destinations. But for an authentic British experience the uncertain temperatures (roughly the same as the Baltic sea resorts) will do nicely.

B. …………Whatever the weather, you must sit on the beach. You have come to the seaside for the beach and you are going to sit on it, no matter what. British clothes designers always include coats, jumpers and even gloves in their "beach wear collections" to make this possible. This attitude must be maintained in both the coolest and the hottest temperatures - sunburn or frostbite are both essential ingredients on a truly successful trip.

C. …………The colder the better, just so as you can tell others that you've done it. And you must go all the way in. Paddling along the water's edge is acceptable if there is snow on the ground. Otherwise, full immersion is required. The icy waters of the Baltic are not unlike those of the North Sea and Poles seem to have similar ideas about the bracing qualities of a freezing swim - so this one should come naturally.

D. …………Other nations go on holiday to enjoy a little luxury. That is not the British way. In the British mentality, all good experiences rely on overcoming hardships. Therefore, your accommodation should be simple, even downright uncomfortable if possible. This shouldn't be too hard to arrange; simply choose one of the cheapest rooms on offer at any B&B. If it's still too cosy you can always sleep on the floor.

E. …………It is a curious custom in British B&Bs, which are everywhere in holiday resorts, that breakfast is served as early as possible, and often for a very brief period; from 7:30 to 7:45, for example. This saves money for the landladies as lots of guests miss breakfasts altogether and encourages those who do get up in time to go out early as well. And this is important if you're really going to enjoy a full day's fun, because your landlady will probably expect you back before the 11:00 pm curfew. Getting her to open the door after that time won't be easy.

F. ………..You might think that if you follow the instructions above you'll be keen to forget your holiday entirely, but no! All that bad weather, arguing and getting up early will, after a few weeks, form the basis of some of the best memories of your life and encourage you to follow another British tradition - going back to the same place to do it all over again next year and the year after that.


Zadanie 1



Dopasuj nagłówki (1-7) do poszczególnych części artykułu i wpisz w luki (A - F). Jednego nagłówka nie potrzebujesz.


  1. Get up early.

  2. Stay somewhere less comfortable than home.

  3. Go to the seaside.

  4. Take too much stuff.

  5. Remember your holiday fondly.

  6. Go in the water.

  7. Sit on the beach.

………. / 6
Zadanie 2

Na podstawie tekstu zadecyduj, czy poniższe informacje są prawdziwe (T), fałszywe (F).

    1. The British hate holidays by the sea. ……….

    2. British clothes are designed to be suitable in any weather conditions while on holidays. ……….

    3. You should always get into the water while on holidays by the sea. ……….

    4. The British love comfortable accommodation. ……….

    5. Breakfast is served early in the morning so tourists don’t waste time sleeping. ……….

    6. Owners of B&Bs want tourists to come back by 11 p.m. ……….

    7. According to the last paragraph, you will hate holidays spent by the sea. ……….

    8. The British tradition is to return to the same place every year and repeat the same activities. ……….

    9. The text makes fun of a British way of spending holidays. ……….

………/ 9


IV. WIEDZA O KRAJACH ANGLOJĘZYCZNYCH
Zadanie 1

Wybierz najlepszą odpowiedź, a, b lub c, do pytań.

      1. Who is the monarch of Great Britain?

a) Queen Elisabeth II b) Prince Charles c) Queen Victoria
2. Where does the Queen live?

a) in Tower of London b) in Westminster Abbey c) in Buckingham Palace


3. What two houses does the British Parliament consist of?

a) House of Commons, House of Lords b) House of Ladies, House of Lords

c) House of Democrats, House of Conservatives
4. Loch Ness is a name of:

a) a monster from the Scottish lake b) a town in Scotland c) a large lake in Scotland


5. What does the number of stars on American flag equal with?

a) the number of people living in the USA b) the number of states in the USA

c) the number of American presidents
6. When do Americans celebrate Independence Day?

a) September 6th b) November 11th c) July 4th


7. What is the most popular sport in the USA?

a) baseball b) tennis c) cricket


8. The Statue of Liberty was given to American people by:

a) the Germans b) the British c) the French ........../ 8


Zadanie 2

Zadecyduj, czy zdania poniżej są prawdziwe (T) czy fałszywe (F).
1. Abraham Lincoln was the first president of the USA. ............

2. Tony Blair lives in 10 Downing Street. .............

3. Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris. ……….

4. Union Jack is an Irish emblem. ………..

5. The biggest street festival in London is in Notting Hill. ………

6. Halloween is celebrated on 1st of November. ………..

7. Big Ben is a name of a tower. ………

………/ 7

ODPOWIEDZI / PUNKTACJA

W każdym zadaniu za każdą poprawną odpowiedź przyznajemy jeden punkt. Maksymalnie można uzyskać 100 punktów.

I. GRAMATYKA I SŁOWNICTWO



Zad. 1 (25 pkt)

1. - , 2. have never been, 3. any, 4. were you doing, 5. in, 6. read, 7. me, 8. were, 9. have been learning, 10. did you get up, 11. mine, 12. will, 13. discovered, 14. will drive, 15. told me, 16. an, 17. is being written, 18. used to eat, 19. opening, 20. does he, 21. since, 22. to, 23. too much, 24. worst, 25. is ringing


Zad. 2 (10 pkt)

        1. grandparents, 2. mother, 3. father, 4. sister, 5. aunt, 6. husband, 7. cousins, 8. uncle, 9. niece, 10. nephew


Zad. 3 (8 pkt)

1. moody, 2. website, 3. coins, 4. recipe, 5. skyscraper, 6. weather forecast, 7. scholarship, 8. excited


Zad. 4 (12 pkt)

1.b, 2.a, 3.b, 4.c, 5.a, 6.c, 7.b, 8.a, 9.b, 10.a, 11.c, 12.c


II. PRAKTYCZNE STOSOWANIE JĘZYKA
Zad. 1 (10 pkt)

1.e, 2.a, 3.j, 4.g, 5.b, 6.h, 7.f, 8.d, 9.i, 10.c


Zad. 2 (5 pkt)

          1. c, 2. g, 3.h, 4.f, 5.e


III. ROZUMIENIE TEKSTU CZYTANEGO
Zad. 1 (6 pkt)

A. 3, B. 7, C. 6, D. 2, E. 1, F. 5


Zad. 2 (9 pkt)

            1. F, 2.T, 3.T, 4.F, 5.F, 6.T, 7.F, 8.T, 9.T




  1. WIEDZA O KRAJACH ANGLOJĘZYCZNYCH


Zad. 1 (8 pkt)

1.a, 2.c, 3.a, 4.c, 5.b, 6.c, 7.a, 8.c


Zad. 2 (7 pkt)

1.F, 2.T, 3.T, 4.F, 5.T, 6.F, 7.F






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