Wojewódzki konkurs przedmiotowy z języka angielskiego w szkołACH PODSTAWOWYCH ETAP wojewódzki 20. 02. 2013 kod ucznia



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WOJEWÓDZKI KONKURS PRZEDMIOTOWY

Z JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO

W SZKOŁACH PODSTAWOWYCH

ETAP WOJEWÓDZKI

20.02.2013

KOD UCZNIA






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CZYTANIE ZE ZROZUMIENIEM

ZNAJOMOŚĆ KONSTRUKCJI GRAMATYCZNYCH

ZNAJOMOŚĆ SŁOWNICTWA I ZWROTÓW

WIEDZA NA TEMAT KULTURY KRAJÓW ANGLOJĘZYCZNYCH

SUMA PUNKTÓW

_____ / 14

_____ / 35

_____ / 37

_____ / 14

_____ / 100

POWODZENIA 

CZYTANIE ZE ZROZUMIENIEM

I. Przeczytaj tekst ‘Natural History on DVD’, następnie zdecyduj, jakiego typu jest to tekst? Zakreśl prawidłową odpowiedź a, b lub c. 1 PKT/___

1. a) an advert for wildlife films

b) the biography of a filmmaker

c) the review of a book about wild animals

Natural History on DVD’

Do you like learning about the natural world? Do you want to see some of the strangest plants in the world? Are you interested in wild animals in their natural habitat? Then you are going to love Life – a collection of natural history DVDs. The BBC produced these incredible films and David Attenborough, a famous natural history filmmaker, is the narrator.

Watch these films, and follow the lives of everything – from the smallest plant to the most enormous whale. You can see the most fantastic pictures and hear the greatest stories of survival.

Modern cameras can make things slower or faster. That means you can watch flowers grow and see seasons change in seconds. With the latest technology, photographers can put tiny cameras on the backs of birds. Satellite cameras can give you spectacular pictures of the land from the sky. Ultraviolet cameras show you the night-time activities you do not usually see.

Watch these films, and see lions in a fight for food, elephants swimming, colourful birds dancing, dolphins jumping … and much, much more! Don’t miss this wonderful collection of DVDs from the BBC.



Dopasuj wyrazy pogrubione w tekście do definicji. 8 PKT/___

2. _______________ a type of light that you cannot see

3. _______________ large friendly sea animals with a long nose

4. _______________ the place where an animal usually lives or a plant grows

5. _______________ an object in space that gets or sends information

6. _______________ large African wild cats with yellow hair

7. _______________ the person who tells the story

8. _______________ a very large sea animal that gets air through a hole in its head

9. _______________ parts of the year

Przeczytaj zdania i wybierz prawidłowe odpowiedzi. 5 PKT/___

10. David Attenborough is

a) a famous history writer and filmmaker.

b) a filmmaker and narrator.

c) a natural writer of films reviews.

11. The films are about

a) a very small insect.

b) only the biggest and most fantastic wildlife.

c) incredible nature, big and small.

12. Modern cameras can do many things because they use

a) modern technology.

b) the backs of birds.

c) secret activities.

13. You can see what happens at night

a) when the seasons change.

b) with ultraviolet cameras.

c) when you slow things down.

14. These natural history DVDs show you

a) lions finding their food.

b) elephants dancing.

c) the narrator’s collection of photographs.

ZNAJOMOŚĆ KONSTRUKCJI GRAMATYCZNYCH

II. Uzupełnij ‘łańcuch przyczynowo-skutkowy’ w pierwszym okresie warunkowym, używając podanych w nawiasach czasowników. 10 PKT/___

You don’t do your homework – your teacher gets angry and she calls your parents. If she 1. _______________ (call) your parents, they 2. ________________ (be) angry, too. If your parents 3. _______________ (be) angry, they 4. _________________ (not give) you any pocket money this month. If they 5. _______________ (not give) you any pocket money, you 6. ______________ (not take) your girlfriend to the cinema or the pizza house. If you 7. _______________ (not ask) your girlfriend out, she 8. _______________ (look for) a new boyfriend. If she 9. _______________ (find) a new boyfriend, you 10. ______________ (feel) very sad and miserable. So do your homework right now!



III. Podkreśl prawidłową odpowiedź. 5 PKT/___

1. Anybody / Somebody / Everybody in my class likes sending emails and messages. We all do it in our lunch breaks.

2. Football is his life. Something / Anything / Nothing is more important to him.

3. Let’s go somewhere else. Something / Anything / Everything in this shop is too expensive.

4. I’m not going nowhere / anywhere / everywhere today. I’m cold and tired and I want to stay at home.

5. Something / Anything / Nothing strange is happening. What is going on?

IV. Znajdź i popraw błąd gramatyczny w zdaniach. W jednym zdaniu są dwa błędy. Napisz poprawną wersję zdania. 8 PKT/___

1. We always have a lot of customers but lunch-time is probably the most busy time during the day.

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2. Is McKinley the highest than Rysy?

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3. The climate in Greece is much hoter than in Finland.

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4. The party finished at 11 p.m. but we left more early.

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5. Sometimes more cheap doesn’t mean badder.

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6. The journey will take us hours – can we find a more short route.

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7. I haven’t got as many stamps than he has.

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V. Z podanych fragmentów ułóż zdania w czasie Present Perfect. Pamiętaj o wstawieniu wyróżnionych wyrazów w odpowiednie miejsca w każdym ze zdań. 5 PKT/___

1. William / ride a horse. NEVER _____________________________________________________________________

2. I / speak to George. ALREADY _____________________________________________________________________

3. you / write your letter? YET _____________________________________________________________________

4. you / visit an art gallery? EVER _____________________________________________________________________

5. Joe and Ellie / come back from their holiday. JUST _____________________________________________________________________

VI. Zapytaj o podkreśloną informację. 7 PKT/___

1. They were walking home after a concert. _____________________________________________________________________

2. It took seven hours to get to Prague. _____________________________________________________________________

3. I’m waiting for Steve. _____________________________________________________________________

4. She’s going to be here in a minute. _____________________________________________________________________

5. I’ve spent $50 this week. _____________________________________________________________________

6. We did it because we were bored. _____________________________________________________________________

7. She works in a local shop. _____________________________________________________________________

ZNAJOMOŚĆ SŁOWNICTWA I ZWROTÓW

VII. Połącz czasowniki (1-5) z rzeczownikami (a-e), tak aby powstały poprawne wyrażenia. 5 PKT/___

1. boil _____ a) beef

2. chop _____ b) eggs

3. roast _____ c) spices

4. add _____ d) bananas

5. peel _____ e) carrots

VIII. Dopasuj tabliczki informacyjne (A- I) do miejsc, gdzie możesz je zobaczyć (1-3).

9 PKT/__

1. AT THE AIRPORT: _____ _____ _____

2. AT THE SIDE OF THE ROAD: _____ _____ _____

3. AT THE SEASIDE: _____ _____ _____

A) BAGGAGE RECLAIM B) DECK CHAIRS FOR HIRE

C) DUAL CARRIAGEWAY AHEAD D) DUTY FREE SHOP

E) GATE 20 F) NEXT HIGH TIDE 7 A.M.

G) WEIGHT LIMIT 10 TONS H) PIER ENTRANCE 30 p

I) GIVE WAY

IX. Wpisz brakujące słowa. Niektóre litery zostały podane. 5 PKT/__

1. Unless we p ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ endangered species like the Iberian lynx, they will disappear.

2. R ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ bottles and newspapers is a good way of helping the environment.

3. Mike decided to s ___ ___ p ___ ___ ___ the organisation Friends of the Earth when he read their leaflet.

4. You shouldn’t use aerosols. They d ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ the ozone layer.

5. Waste from the factory p ___ ___ ___ ___ t ___ ___ the river and fields nearby. As a result many animals died.

X. Wybierz właściwą odpowiedź a, b lub c. 10 PKT/___

What do you do when you feel ill? Maybe you go to see the doctor or 1. … an aspirin and go to bed early. That’s fine and I hope you 2. … better soon! However, think about this question: what do you do when you feel well? There are a lot of things you can do to stay healthy.

Think about your diet. 3. … is really important for physical 4. … . Eat healthy food and make sure you get all the 5. … your body needs. With a little self-discipline you can cut 6. … on things like sugar or crisps.

Feeling good is more than just your body. If you are tense and 7. … you are more likely to get ill. You could try a massage or other relaxation 8. … like quiet music or 9. … to help you calm down. But you don’t have to join an expensive health spa – sometimes just going for a 10. … can be the best way to relax! Are you feeling OK? Improve your habits and feel great!



1. a) make b) take c) do

2. a) feeling b) healthy c) feel

3. a) Nutrition b) Bacteria c) Overweight

4. a) healthy b) sick c) well-being

5. a) relax b) vitamins c) diet

6. a) up b) out c) down

7. a) relaxed b) calm c) stressed

8. a) discipline b) techniques c) energetic

9. a) fit b) practice c) meditation

10. a) walk b) yoga c) nutrition

XI. Połącz wyrażenia (1-8) z odpowiedziami (a-h), tak aby powstało osiem poprawnych i logicznych dialogów. 8 PKT/___

1. Sorry I’m late. a) No, that’s nothing to do with me.

2. Can I pay you later? b) That’s fine by me.

3. I’m sure I left my coat here, but I can’t see it now. c) That’s all right.

4. Did you say $90? d) Yes, that’s right.

5. He definitely took your $5. Shall I call the police? e) That’s not quite what I meant.

6. Do you know anything about this? f) That’s none of your business.

7. So how much do you earn? g) That’s taking things a bit too far.

8. You don’t like the British? So you don’t like me, then? h) That’s funny.

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WIEDZA NA TEMAT KULTURY KRAJÓW ANGLOJĘZYCZNYCH

XII. Uzupełnij tabelę podanymi poniżej wyrażeniami (A- N). 14 PKT/___

A) President’s Day B) Venus Williams C) Yorkshire Pudding

D) Rowan Atkinson E) Lewis Hamilton F) Trooping the Colours

G) Chicken Pot Pie H) Miley Cyrus I) Swan Upping

J) Buffalo Wings K) Philip Anthony Jones L) Labor Day

M) Cottage Pie N) Notting Hill Carnival




The UK

The USA

Festivals

1. _____

2. _____

3. _____

9. _____

10. _____

Famous actor or actress

4. _____

11. _____

Famous sportsmen or sportswoman

5. _____

6. _____

12. _____

Food

7. _____

8. _____

13. _____

14. _____






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