Gimnazjum nr 6 im. Jana pawła II w tarnowie test kwalifikacyjny z języka angielskiego total / 60



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GIMNAZJUM NR 6 W TARNOWIE-TEST KWALIFIKACYJNY Z JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO, 2008



GIMNAZJUM NR 6 IM. JANA PAWŁA II W TARNOWIE
TEST KWALIFIKACYJNY Z JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO
TOTAL .........../ 60

Liczba uzyskanych punktów

(wypełnia egzaminator)

Name................................... Date: ..................................

(imię i nazwisko) (data)

Witaj ! Przystępujesz do testu z języka angielskiego. Test składa się z trzech części : słuchanie, gramatyka i słownictwo oraz czytanie. Przeczytaj wszystkie zadania

BARDZO UWAŻNIE !!! Na rozwiązanie testu przewidziane jest 60 minut. Za chwilę usłyszysz dwukrotnie tekst potrzebny do rozwiązania części pierwszej : słuchania.

SECTION 1 : LISTENING

(CZĘŚĆ I – SŁUCHANIE)

Listen to 3 people (Alan, Tom and Susan) talking about their hobbies and complete the sentences:

Wysłuchaj wypowiedzi 3 osób-Alana, Toma i Susan - mówiących o swoich zainteresowaniach a następnie uzupełnij zdania:



(1) Alan loves ____________.

(2) He sometimes goes _____________.

(3) Tom can’t ___________.

(4) Susan doesn’t often go _________.

(5) She loves _____________.

......... / 10
Listen to the people again and circle the activities that have been mentioned.

Wysłuchaj tych samych rozmówców ponownie a następnie zakreśl te rodzaje sportów, które pojawiły się w ich wypowiedziach.


Climbing swimming cycling driving


sailing snorkelling scuba-diving
windsurfing snowboarding rollerblading
water sports winter sports

(6)………………… (7)……………………..(8)…………………(9)………………….


(10)…………………. ……../5
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SECTION 2: GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

(CZĘŚĆ II: GRAMATYKA I SŁOWNICTWO)

Put the word in bold in an appropriate place on the same line of the text. Indicate where it should go with a (^). Look at example (0).

Wstaw słowa napisane grubą czcionką w odpowiednie miejsce w zdaniu w danej linijce tekstu. Zaznacz gdzie powinny się one znaleźć za pomocą znaczka (^). Zobacz jak to zostało zrobione na przykładzie (0)




(0)

I had ^ interesting meeting yesterday.

an




Too busy to be good

(11)

My best friend’s name is Tom. He’s about ten months than me.

older

(12)

We go to school together. He’s best student in our class and he

the

(13)

usually has good in exams. He’s a serious person and hardly ever

results

(14)

has problems. This year, his report wasn’t good as usual. But he’s

as

(15)

not worried about it. He had eight grade As and one grade B!

only

(16)

I would like to have Tom’s problems. I haven’t got As or Bs

any

(17)

on my school report. My problem is I don’t have time to study.

enough

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Circle True (T) or False (F) for each sentence.



Zakreśl “T”- prawda lub “F”- fałsz dla każdego zdania.

(18) You wear a coat under a jacket. T / F

(19) You put your feet inside your trainers. T / F

(20) Your heart is inside your chest. T / F

(21) Your knees are under your hips. T / F

(22) Your neck is above your chin. T / F

(23) You put your socks on your hands. T / F

.......... / 6

Add a word from the box to complete each sentence.

Uzupełnij poniższe zdania dodając każdorazowo jedno słówko z tabelki.



interested phone should concert jam too assistant ache


(24) I’d like to go to a rock ………….. one day.

(25) Tina has got a job as a sales .………………...

(26) Give me a call on my mobile …………….._.

(27) Eric got stuck in a traffic …………… during the rush hours.

(28) Are you …………… in sport?

(29) I’ve got a terrible stomach ……………..

(30) If you have a headache, you ................. take an aspirin.

(31) - Nice to meet you John.


-Nice to meet you, ……….

……… / 8


Circle the correct word. Look at example (0)

Zakreśl poprawne słowo lub wyrażenie. Spójrz na przykład (0)



  1. I am liking / like swimming.

(32) I saw / see Mark Lawson yesterday morning.

(33) Where do / did you buy that bag?

(34) Are / Do you like Mr Jones?

(35) I am brushing / brush my hair at the moment.

(36) I’m sure it might / will rain this afternoon.

(37) John is taller / the tallest than Jerry..

(38) There is / Is a big bed in my bedroom.

(39) He has / have a beautiful sister.

(40) She cleaned / cleans her room yesterday.

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SECTION 3 : READING

CZĘŚĆ III: CZYTANIE

Read the text about Kate Parker, the long-distance swimmer. Answer questions 36 to 40 True (T) or False (F).

Przeczytaj uważnie tekst o Kasi Parker, długodystansowej pływaczce a następnie odpowiedz na pytania 36-40 zakreślając T-prawda lub F-fałsz.

In July 2000, Kate Parker became the first person to swim a mile in the Antarctic. She then wrote a book about it: Kate swims in Antarctica, which has become a best seller in the States. She did it in 25 minutes in 32-degree water, wearing only a swim suit and a cap for her head.


In 1972, at the age of 15, she broke the records for both the youngest and the fastest person to swim across the English Channel. Her book tells the story of those swims and others over 30 years.
She has swum along the River Nile and around the Cape of Good Hope. When she swam across the Cook Strait in New Zealand, she was accompanied for a while by dolphins. She has also swum from Denmark to Sweden, from Morocco to Gibraltar and across the Bering Strait from the America to Russia.
For reasons which remain a scientific mystery, her body can cope very well with cold water. Even when she was a teenager, she realised ‘there weren’t any races long enough for me in a swimming pool’. But her body is not her only advantage. She’s also very hard-working and ambitious.
Parker’s book is interesting, but not perfect. It’s longer than it should be, mostly because Kate discusses in great detail the dangers of her various swims, most of which involve death from freezing. We don’t learn enough about her parents either. They are always there to help her, but I wanted to know more about them.
The best bits of the book are where she explains her motivation. She writes: ‘It is amazing how incredible the human body is, that it can do so much, that it can go beyond the everydayness of life, that it can be extraordinary and powerful, and harbour a spirit of hope and pure will.’
(41) Kate Parker’s book is very popular in the USA. T / F
(42) She is very lazy. T / F
(43) Parker’s book is extremely boring. T / F
(44) Some parts of her book are too long. T / F
(45) Her book doesn’t talk much about her family life. T / F

…….. / 5


Read the text again and find the words which mean:

Przeczytaj powyższy tekst ponownie a następnie znajdź słowa, które znaczą:


(46) a book which is very popular and has sold in very large numbers - b_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
(47) a thin waterproof hat that stops your hair getting wet - c_ _
(48) an animal, a sea mammal that is large, smooth and grey or white - d_ _ _ _ _ _
(49) mother and father - p_ _ _ _ _ _
(50) You can go for a swim there (it is inside a building) - s_ _ _ _ _ _ _ p_ _ _
……….. / 10
Tekst do części pierwszej: słuchanie.
W oparciu o słuchany tekst uczniowie odpowiadają

na pytania 1-5.
Egzaminator proszony jest o wyraźne, wolne przeczytanie tekstu dwukrotnie.

ALAN:


My name is Alan and I am 13 years old. I am keen on sport and I just

love swimming! The last time I went swimming was in August. I was

on holiday. I would like to do sailing as well but I don’t know

anybody with a boat. I sometimes go windsurfing.


TOM :

My name is Tom and I am a student from London. I would love to try



sailing but unfortunately I can’t swim. I don’t do any water sports.

SUSAN:


Hi, I’m Susan and I live in Manchester. I go swimming a lot. The last time I went swimming was yesterday. Do I ever go sailing? Yes, but not very often. What I really love is scuba-diving! The last time I went scuba-diving was in Egypt.


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