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EGZAMIN MATURALNY

OD ROKU SZKOLNEGO 2014/2015

JĘZYK ANGIELSKI

POZIOM PODSTAWOWY



PRZYKŁADOWY ZESTAW ZADAŃ

DLA OSÓB NIESŁYSZĄCYCH (A7)

Czas pracy: 120 minut

GRUDZIEŃ 2013

Zadanie 1. (0–4)

Przeczytaj cztery teksty. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.
Tekst 1.


⇨ perfect for intermediate learners of English

⇨ clear definitions written in simple English

⇨ over 25,000 examples showing words in typical contexts

⇨ British English and American English spelling






    1. The text gives information about

  1. a dictionary.

  2. a language school.

  3. an English teacher.


Tekst 2.
Hi Eva,

Thanks for the wonderful birthday card! The party was great and we had a wonderful time! But I have one problem. 1.2. ____ I’m not going to wear it so I would like to sell it on the Internet. Can you help me?

Take care,

Ann



    1. Which sentence best completes the gap in the text?

  1. The living room was too small for all the guests.

  2. I got an awful sweater from my aunt.

  3. The cake was a little too sweet.


Tekst 3.
DOLPHIN SWIMMING POOL

  • Jumping from the side of the pool is not allowed.

  • To swim in the deep end, children who are 12 years old or younger must demonstrate that they can swim 25 metres.

  • Lifeguards are in the pool area to save lives. If you need to learn to swim, ask for lessons with an instructor.

  • Remember to finish eating and drinking before you enter the changing room.

www.sandiego.gov


    1. Which sentence is TRUE?

    1. Lifeguards teach children how to swim.

    2. Small children can jump only from the side of the pool.

    3. Food and drink are not allowed in the changing rooms.

Tekst 4.
Dinner is served from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

To get well you need to keep to the right diet.

Patients shouldn’t eat their own food without consulting a nurse.



    1. You can read this text

  1. in a hotel.

  2. in a hospital.

  3. in a school.


Zadanie 2. (0–3)

Przeczytaj tekst. Dobierz właściwe pytanie (A–D) do każdej oznaczonej części tekstu (2.1.–2.3.). Wpisz odpowiednią literę w każdą kratkę. Uwaga: jedno pytanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej części tekstu.


  1. What types of jeans are most popular?

  2. Who wears jeans?

  3. Why do people wear jeans?

  4. How are jeans made?

JEANS – BEST TROUSERS EVER




2.1.




Jeans have become the most popular trousers in the world. There are many reasons for their popularity. Some people say jeans look nice. Others wear them because they are fashionable. The simplest explanation, however, is that they are cheap and comfortable.


2.2.




Jeans were first made for American farmers. In the beginning rich people did not wear them but that has changed. Nowadays almost everybody has at least one pair in their wardrobe. Jeans are worn by teenagers, elderly people, factory workers and celebrities. Even presidents and managers wear them from time to time.


2.3.




When designers plan a type of jeans, they first think about the pattern and the number and sizes of pockets. Then workers put all the pieces of cloth together. The sewing is the most important process. Many different kinds of sewing machines are used.

adapted from www.english-online.at; www.howisitmade.org
Zadanie 3. (0–4)

Przeczytaj trzy teksty o kawiarniach (A–C). Odpowiedz na pytania 3.1.–3.4. Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga: w jednym tekście znajdują się odpowiedzi na dwa pytania.

STUDENT CAFÉS IN CAMBRIDGE





A.

SAVINO’S

The café opened in the 1980s. They sell delicious coffee, freshly made sandwiches and great fruit shakes. A new idea is a quiet room with shelves full of books and magazines. A perfect place to study.









B.

BENETS’ COFFEE

On a hot day there is a long queue outside Benets’. Everybody wants to try the café’s most popular product – home-made ice cream. There is also a wide choice of milkshakes and pancakes. Benets’ ice cream has been sold for years, but Benets’ Coffee café is only five years old.









C.

FITZBILLIES

One of the oldest Cambridge cafés. It closed down last February because of financial problems. The owners opened it again last month in a cheaper area and hope to get their customers back. The famous apple pie and a great choice of sandwiches make it a perfect stop on your way to college or the library.



www.varsity.co.uk

Which student café

3.1.

moved to a different place?




3.2.

offers a choice of reading materials?




3.3.

is well-known for one type of cake?




3.4.

opened a few years ago?






Zadanie 4. (0–4)

Przeczytaj tekst oraz zdania 4.1.4.4. Podkreśl TRUE, jeśli zdanie jest prawdziwe. Podkreśl FALSE, jeśli zdanie jest fałszywe.
PARAGLIDING WORLD RECORD

Peggy McAlpine is the oldest person who did a paraglide tandem flight. She is 104 years old and it was not her first time. The brave woman did it before to celebrate her 100th birthday. However, the record was taken away from her by Mary Hardison from the USA who did the jump when she was 101. So Peggy decided to win her record back.

“I enjoyed every minute of it,” she said. “It was better than the first time.”

Peggy has two children, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She has always loved heights and all her life she has climbed mountains. But she tried extreme sports quite late in life. When she was 80 years old, her grandchildren asked her to go bungee jumping with them. She agreed and loved it. Some years later she left Scotland and decided to live in Cyprus. When she lived there, she became interested in paragliding.


adapted from www.dailymail.co.uk
4.1. Peggy tried paragliding for the first time at the age of 101. TRUE / FALSE

4.2. Peggy liked her second flight more than the first. TRUE / FALSE

4.3. Peggy was afraid of heights when she was young. TRUE / FALSE

4.4. Peggy got interested in paragliding when she moved to Cyprus. TRUE / FALSE

Zadanie 5. (0–5)

Wybierz poprawne uzupełnienie luk w tekście. Wpisz litery A–G w luki 5.1.–5.5.
Uwaga: dwa wyrazy zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnej luki.




  1. rainy

  1. round

  1. seats

  1. women

  1. weather

  1. tickets

  1. plays

THE GLOBE THEATRE




The Globe Theatre in London shows what theatres looked like 400 years ago. The building was 5.1. ____ and most people stood in front of the stage. There was no roof, so when the 5.2. ___ was bad people often got cold and wet. Only rich people could get comfortable 5.3. ____ in the wooden gallery around the stage.

During the 5.4. ____ people behaved in a different way than today. They talked, ate and shouted. And if they didn’t like something, they threw things at the actors. That also happens today but not so often as in Shakespeare’s times.

And one more important difference is that 5.5. ____ weren’t allowed to act. All the characters were played by men! Can you imagine that?



adapted from www.wikipedia.org

Zadanie 6. (0–5)

Wybierz poprawne uzupełnienie luk w zdaniach. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.
6.1. Go to sleep. We _______ early tomorrow.

A. got up

B. are getting up

C. have got
6.2. It’s half ______ ten. We’ll be late for the meeting.

A. past

B. from

C. at
6.3. What _____ at the party last weekend?

A. will you wear

B. are you wearing

C. did you wear
6.4. Is this my ______ notebook?

A. mother

B. mother’s

C. mothers’
6.5. There are not ______ people to play the game.

A. some

B. much

C. enough
Zadanie 7. (0–4)

Do każdego pytania (7.1.–7.4.) dobierz właściwą odpowiedź (A–E). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga: jedna odpowiedź została podana dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnego pytania.


7.1. What would you like to eat?

7.2. How long are you staying in this hotel?

7.3. What time does the movie start?

7.4. Do you know how to make this salad?


  1. Only a few days. I’m leaving on Monday.

  2. I have no idea. My mum made it.

  3. In a few minutes. I can’t wait to see it.

  4. That was a delicious dinner.

  5. Just a sandwich. I’m not hungry.



7.1.

7.2.

7.3.

7.4.













Wypowiedź pisemna (0–11)
Zadanie 8.

Popatrz na zdjęcie. Odpowiedz na pytania 8.1.–8.3. pełnymi zdaniami w języku angielskim. W pytaniach 8.2. i 8.3. nie musisz udzielać prawdziwych odpowiedzi, możesz je wymyślić.


www.monk.com.ua

8.1. What does the girl look like?

_______________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

8.2. What should the girl do in this situation?

_______________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

8.3. Would you like to have an exotic pet at home? Why? / Why not?

_______________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________
Zadanie 9.

W Twojej okolicy otwarto nowe centrum handlowe. W e-mailu do koleżanki z Anglii:


  • opisz, jak to centrum wygląda

  • napisz, co tam kupiłeś(-aś) i dlaczego jesteś zadowolony(-a) z zakupu

  • poinformuj, jaką atrakcję zaplanowano w tym centrum na najbliższy weekend.


Rozwiń swoją wypowiedź w każdym z trzech podpunktów, pamiętając, że jej długość powinna wynosić od 50 do 100 słów (nie licząc słów, które są podane). Oceniana jest umiejętność pełnego przekazania informacji, spójność i logika wypowiedzi, bogactwo językowe oraz  poprawność językowa.
CZYSTOPIS

Dear Anna,

There is a new shopping centre near my house. .....................................................................

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