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Egzamin gimnazjalny 2016: Język angielski - rozszerzenie - odpowiedzi:
Transkrypcja do zadania 1. Tekst 1.
Man: Well, the storm is over. We can go out now and look around.
Girl: Oh, these flowers are completely ruined. Mum will be unhappy. Look, there’s a hole in the fence.
Man: Yes, but it’s been there for a few weeks now. I just haven’t had the time to repair it.
Girl: A lot of branches have fallen and there’s a lot of glass on the ground.
Man: Oh dear, it’s from the attic window. It’s broken.
Girl: Don’t you think we should sweep up the pieces of glass?
Man: Not yet. We’ll do it later. Let’s go round the garden before we start cleaning up.
Girl: Dad, there’s a large branch up there. The roof may be damaged!
Man: Let’s have a look.
Girl: Can you see anything up there?
Man: Fortunately, the roof is fine. It would cost a fortune to repair it. Hey, what’s that noise?
Girl: It’s Snoopy! He’s barking in the basement. He stayed there all the time. Come on,
Snoopy! I’ll let you out.
Man: He was so quiet there the whole time we were in your room trying to play chess.
Girl: Poor Snoopy! He’s still shaking with fear.
Man: Hello listeners! Today we’re talking about the worst holiday ever. Here is our first caller.
Woman: Good afternoon! I’m Lucy. I bought a coach tour of Norway two months ago. Of course, I had enough time to think about what to take with me, but instead of careful planning, I began packing my suitcase just before leaving. I had no idea what clothes I should take with me, so I decided to check the weather forecast. I turned on the TV and found out it was going to be quite cold and rainy most of the time, so I quickly packed a few warm sweaters, two raincoats, three pairs of boots and my umbrella.
Imagine how surprised I was when it turned out that the whole week in Norway was very warm and it didn’t rain at all. I was really angry as I had the heaviest suitcase of all the tourists. What’s worse, I couldn’t leave my warm clothes in the hotel because we didn’t stay in one place. So every morning I had to carry it from the hotel to the coach and in the evening from the coach to another hotel. It was very tiring but at least the attractions we saw were amazing. My holiday was far from perfect, but it was partly my fault.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie dwa teksty. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu w zadaniach 1.1.–1.6. z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C. Zadania 1.1.–1.3. odnoszą się do pierwszego tekstu, a zadania 1.4.–1.6. do drugiego.
Usłyszysz rozmowę ojca z córką.
1.1. What was damaged by the storm?
А. the roof
В. the fence
С. the window POPRAWNA ODPOWIEDŹ
1.2. What was Snoopy doing during the storm?
А. playing with Sue
В. barking all the time
С. hiding inside the building POPRAWNA ODPOWIEDŻ
1.3. What are Sue and her dad doing?
А. They’re checking the area for damages. POPRAWNA ODPOWIEDŹ
В. They’re cleaning the mess after the storm.
С. They’re repairing things destroyed by the storm.
Usłyszysz wypowiedź kobiety.
1.4. Before the speaker went on the tour, she
А. had chosen her clothes in a hurry.
В. had carefully planned what to pack for her holiday. POPRAWNA ODPOWIEDŹ
С. had packed her suitcase without checking the weather forecast.
1.5. When the speaker stayed in Norway,
А. some attractions disappointed her.
В. she decided to leave warm clothes in one of the hotels.
С. the weather turned out to be different from what she had expected. POPRAWNA ODPOWIEDŹ
1.6. The speaker is calling
А. to complain about conditions in hotels.
В. to criticise the places she saw on the tour.
С. to explain why her holiday was not ideal. POPRAWNA ODPOWIEDŹ
Transkrypcja do zadania 2. Wypowiedź 1. Boy: I would like to work as an engineer. I think the job’s really attractive. And I don’t mean the financial independence that goes with it. For me the most important thing is to create new, beautiful things. My uncle is an engineer and works on different projects. I admire the way he makes an architect’s visions come true. I want to learn how to construct tall buildings, bridges and motorways.
Wypowiedź 2. Girl: Both my parents work for a travel agency. They often have to go abroad on business trips. Visiting other countries is not interesting to me because I’m not keen on travelling. I dream of setting up my own business. I’d like to be my own boss. I’m sure it would bring me a lot of satisfaction.
Wypowiedź 3. Boy: In the future I would like to build a successful career in sport. I could be a football player for example. I think it’s a great profession. I dream of playing in the best football teams. What matters the most is that it’s a well-paid job. Of course, you have to work hard, but you can afford many luxury items, such as designer clothes and sports cars.
Wypowiedź 4. Girl: My father has his own computer company. He employs a few workers and he would like me to run the business one day. But working in one place is definitely not for me. I rather see myself as a journalist. I’d like to visit interesting places all over the world and tell other people about them.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie cztery wypowiedzi na temat pracy. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu dopasuj do każdej wypowiedzi (2.1.–2.4.) odpowiadające jej zdanie (A–E). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga! Jedno zdanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej wypowiedzi.
A. wants to start a company.
B. wants to travel a lot in his/her job.
C. would like to do what a member of his/her family does.
D. dreams of working in the same place as his/her parents.
E. thinks a high salary is the most important factor in a job.
Przeczytaj tekst. Do każdego akapitu (3.1.–3.3.) dopasuj właściwe pytanie (A–E). Wpisz odpowiednią literę obok numeru każdego akapitu. Uwaga! Dwa pytania zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnego akapitu.
A. Why should artists be creative?
B. How did Sarah find her inspiration?
C. How does Sarah work on her portraits?
D. What different materials are used by artists?
E. When does Sarah usually produce her works of art?
CORNFLAKE PORTRAITS 3.1. ____
People can create works of art from almost everything, ranging from snow to bottles. So it’s not surprising that a New York-based photographer and illustrator, Sarah Rosado, has made portraits of artists with something even more unusual.
One day Sarah was having breakfast and listening to music. Suddenly, as she was enjoying a bowl of cereal, she had a brilliant idea. She thought it might be possible to make portraits of famous musicians such as John Lennon, Bob Marley or Michael Jackson using cornflakes.
Working on cereal portraits is not easy. Sarah starts by sketching the image of the artist. Then, she crushes the cereal to the right size so that it can be carefully placed on the outline. Sarah uses a pin to carefully shape the nose, eyes and mouth. Each portrait takes about five hours to complete.
Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wpisz w luki 4.1.–4.4. litery, którymi oznaczono brakujące zdania (A–E), tak aby otrzymać logiczny i spójny tekst. Uwaga! Jedno zdanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej luki.
Margaret Boddy from Essex often has to knock on her neighbours’ doors to give them back stolen goods. Her cats, Eric and Ernie, have brought home more than 100 items. Among them are shoes, slippers and gloves. Margaret was horrified when she discovered the cats were thieves. 4.1. ____ They looked so sweet and helpless.
The first thing they brought was a ball. 4.2. ____ His children were playing table tennis there. Then, the cats brought their owner a lot of other toys and children’s shoes. They sometimes bring one shoe home and the next day the matching one arrives. Margaret has managed to return some items to her neighbours. 4.3. ____ In such cases she gives them away
to poor people.
Eric and Ernie are not the only cats famous for hunting for things instead of mice. 4.4. ____ He specialises in pulling clothes off washing lines.
A. They stole it from Mr Smith’s garden on a sunny day.
B. She didn’t expect that when she found them on the side of the road.
C. However, she sometimes can’t find the owners of the stolen things.
D. It was one of her neighbours that called the police after the shoe was found.
E. Theo, a cat from Ipswich, often brings home something from neighbours’ houses.
Przeczytaj informacje o trzech osobach (5.1.–5.3.) oraz opisy czterech sklepów oferujących pamiątki (A–D). Do każdej osoby dopasuj sklep, który najbardziej by jej odpowiadał. Wpisz odpowiednią literę obok numeru każdej osoby. Uwaga! Jeden opis został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby.
Przeczytaj tekst. Uzupełnij go, wpisując w każdą lukę (6.1.–6.5.) jeden wyraz z ramki w odpowiedniej formie, tak aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność gramatyczna i ortograficzna wpisywanych wyrazów. Uwaga! Jeden wyraz został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej luki.
WHY DO ZEBRAS HAVE STRIPES?
Every child knows what zebras look like. Their 6.1.BODIES are covered with black and white stripes. No two zebras have got 6.2.EXACTLY the same pattern of stripes. But why do they need these stripes at all? Last year an American biologist 6.3. FOUND an answer to this question. She studied flies and other insects that bite animals. She discovered that flies attack brown animals more often than animals with black and white stripes. Flies are very 6.4. IRRITATING to zebras and can carry many dangerous diseases. That is why it is important to avoid those insects. Unfortunately, zebras have 6.5. SHORTER hair than other African animals so flies can bite them more easily. Zebras, however, can trick flies with their black and white stripes!
Przetłumacz na język angielski podane w nawiasach fragmenty, tak aby otrzymać logiczne i gramatycznie poprawne zdania. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność ortograficzna wpisywanych fragmentów zdań. Uwaga! W każdą lukę możesz wpisać maksymalnie cztery wyrazy.
7.1. My uncle (mieszka) has been living in Wales since he got married two years ago.
7.2. I think you (nie powinnaś zabierać) should not take your dog with you on the next holiday.
7.3. (Czy interesujesz się) are you interested in modern art by any chance?
7.4. Look at this photo! I like the girl (która siedzi) who is sitting next to John.
7.5. (Czy musiałeś) did you have to leave so early in the morning?
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