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Zadanie 1 Przeczytaj list z którego usunięto cztery zdania Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A E w luki 1 4 tak aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki Powered By Docstoc
					Zadanie 1
Przeczytaj list, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-E w luki 1-4 tak,
aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.

                   Dear Samantha,
                   1       I’m short and slim with long brown hair and green eyes. I’m a
                   student and I live with my family in Portland, USA.
                   2         My brother’s name is Thomas. He’s six years old. He’s got
                   short blond hair and blue eyes. He’s very noisy. Jill, my sister, is tall
                   with blonde hair and blue eyes. 3       My mother
                   is a dentist. Her name’s Ruth. She’s got curly brown hair and she’s
                   very kind and friendly. My father, Jack, is a teacher. He’s quite tall
                   and he’s very clever.
                   Here’s a photo of all us in the garden. Can you find me?
                    4     Please write soon and tell me about your family.
                   Love,
                   Louise


      A    There are five people in my family.
      B    Well. That‟s all about me and my family.
      C    Hi! I‟m Louise Peters and I‟m fourteen years old.
      D    He‟s the only child.
      E    She‟s seventeen years old and very attractive.

Zadanie 2
Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-E w luki 1-4 tak,
aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.

                                    Carnivores and herbivores

             1 ___ There are many carnivores – cats, dogs, lions and tigers. Carnivores
             are very good at running, they have sharp teeth and claws. 2 ___ Lions in
             Africa hunt antelope, wildebeest and the zebras. Tigers in India hunt deer
             and wild pigs. Wolves catch their prey in woods and forests. They are not
             dangerous to man and like to stay a long way from civilization.
             3 ___ Most farm animals, such as sheep, cows, donkeys and horses are
             herbivores. There are huge herds of herbivores like zebras, antelopes and
             elephants that live in Africa on savanna plains. 4 ___ You can also see
             exotic carnivores and herbivores in zoos.

       A Herbivores live in groups and eat grass and plants.
       B Carnivores are animals that eat meat.
       C Some animals have more then one habitat.
       D Other herbivores (for example deer) live in forests, and even in deserts like camels
         or high mountains like llamas.
       E They live by hunting and the animals they hunt are called prey.
Zadanie 3

Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-E w luki 1-4 tak,
aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.

            Professor Stephen Hawking is famous all over the world for his book A Brief
            History of Time. 1 ____ His work and discoveries make him as important as
            Albert Einstein. He is disabled and that‟s why he can‟t speak or walk, but he
            can still work. 2 ____ Professor Hawking can move about in a special chair.
            3 ____. With this programme Professor Hawking can make a sentence and
            then a voice simulator can speak what he writes or save it on disc. He can
            print it out or speak it sentence by sentence. His scientific books and papers
            make him a very well-known scientist. 4 ____. He is someone who shows
            that you can do anything if you really want to.

       A He is one of the men who change the way we think about time, the universe and
         everything
       B Other scientists agree with Professor Hawking.
       C Because he can‟t eat by himself, or get up and get dressed, he needs a nurse to help
         him.
       D He works and teaches at Cambridge University.
       E He has a special computer programme to help him work.

Zadanie 4
Przeczytaj recenzję książki, z której usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-E w luki
1-4 tak, aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.

                                The Daily News Book of the Month!
                                         By Samuel Jones
                    A Journey to the Centre of the Earth by Jules Verne is a
            classic science-fiction story.1 __
                    The story begins when Professor Lidenbrock finds a piece
            of paper inside an old book. 2 __ The professor and his assistant
            Alex, with a guide, leave Germany, and go to Iceland to find
            the secret entrance to the centre of the earth. Their journey is
            adventurous and exciting. 3 __ In the end they manage to go
            back home.
                    A Journey to the Centre of the Earth is an exciting story.
            The descriptions of the adventures are wonderful and the story
            is thrilling. 4 __

       A It tells him how to get to the centre of the earth.
       B It‟s a brilliant book for all ages.
       C It is an excellent adventure story about a strange journey to the heart of
         our planet.
       D There is a whole new world inside the earth that nobody knows about.
       E Jules Verne‟s admirers were satisfied with the novel.
Zadanie 5

Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-E w luki 1-4 tak,
aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.

                                         A Lucky Escape
                It was 4.30 on Friday afternoon. The weather was bad.
            1 ___ Steve Martin was driving along a quiet country lane on his
            way home from work.
                It was his son’s birthday. 2 ___ He promised his son to see
            him how he blow out the candles on his cake.
            The party was going to start at 5 o’clock so Steve started to
            drive a little faster. The road was wet and slippery.
            3 ___ He turned the wheel to avoid her. Seconds later he
            crashed into a tree hitting his head on the windscreen. Everything
            went black.
                4 ___ His wife and son came in the room. “After what
            happened, we decided to have party here, Dad,” said Tom. Steve
            smiled happily.

       A   There was a car crash and a man was injured.
       B   Later, Steve woke up in hospital.
       C   That‟s why Steve wanted to be home in time.
       D   Suddenly, he saw a woman on a bicycle in front of him.
       E   It was raining hard.

Zadanie 6

Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-E w luki 1-4 tak,
aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.

                                            EDWARD ELGAR
                 Ask anyone about classical composers and they‟ll probably think of
            Germans, Austrians, Russians or other nationalities. Not many people will
            think of the British. 1 ____ How many people can think of even one? Not
            many, but those who can, will probably mention Edward Elgar.
                 He was born in 1857, one of six children. 2 ____ Elgar‟s father tuned
            pianos and the house was full of instruments and written music. Elgar‟s other
            love was nature and he often went cycling into the countryside.
            3 ____ As he once said: “there is music in the air, music all around us.”
                 Elgar‟s first major work was performed in 1899. It was called the
            Enigma variations. 4 ____ They were composed between 1901 and 1930.
                 Elgar died in 1934 but people have not forgotten him. His works are
            played every year. He also appeared on the £20 note between 1999 and 2007.

       A He always felt music comes from nature.
       B There are many famous British composers.
       C His best-known works are probably the Pomp and Circumstance
         Marches.
       D There are famous British pop stars – but classical composers?
       E They were all brought up in a very musical world.

Zadanie 7
Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-E w luki 1-4 tak,
aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.

                                     Trains are the best!
            Why do thousands of people everyday let the train take the strain?
            Because travelling by train is, in my opinion, the best way to travel.
            Firstly, travelling by train is safe, you don’t have to worry about traffic
       jams or other problems that you find on the roads.1 ___
            Secondly, travelling by train is far more pleasant than, for example,
       travelling by bus. 2 ___ You can also sit back and enjoy watching the
       countryside, instead of having to stare at other cars and buses on the
       motorway.
            On the other hand, although trains are fast and comfortable, some
       people say that train fares are too expensive. 3 ___ As far as I’m
       concerned, though you get what you pay for, and the extra speed,
       convenience, safety and comfort of a train is worth a little extra cost.
            4 ___ There are no traffic jams to come with and you can relax and
       enjoy the scenery in comfort and safety. So, next time you have to make a
       journey, why not try travelling by train and see what a difference it makes?

       A All in all, I think that although rail travel can be expensive it is worth it.
       B Trains are faster, and what is more, the seats are far more comfortable.
       C Furthermore, because there is no other traffic there is less chance of
         having an accident.
       D Because the seats are close together trains are not very comfortable.
       E Tickets cost a lot of money.
Zadanie 8

Przeczytaj poniższy tekst, z którego usunięto cztery zdania. Wstaw usunięte zdania w luki (1–4) tak, aby powstał
spójny i logiczny tekst. Wpisz w kratki litery (A–E) odpowiadające brakującym zdaniom. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do
 żadnej luki.

                The word acupuncture comes from Latin. Acus means needle and pungere
                means make holes. Acupuncture most probably started in China.
                1
                 ______________ However, it is now used all around the world.
                No one really knows when acupuncture started. 2______________ They were
                found in Mongolia. More evidence was found on a 5000-years-old mummy.
                3
                 ______________ Some of these were in places used by acupuncturists today.
                Is acupuncture effective? There are different opinions about this.
                4
                 ______________ For others, though, it may not be so effective.


   A.                   It had needle marks on its body.
   B.                   It could be used for different reasons.
   C.                   Even today it is often connected to Chinese medicine.
   D.                   It is certainly useful in treating some problems.
   E.                   The oldest needles come from 3000BC.

       1              2             3              4




Zadanie 9
Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Na podstawie informacji w nim zawartych zdecyduj, które z podanych zdań są zgodne z
treścią tekstu (TRUE), a które nie (FALSE).

              HI. WELCOME TO MY BLOG.
              My name’s Charles and I’m 19 years old. I’ve just left school and next
              year I’m going to university. This year is my gap year so I’m going to
              spend it travelling. First I’m going to travel around India and South-East
              Asia for a few months and then I want to visit Australia where I’m going
              to work on my uncle’s farm for six months. I’m sure it will be an exciting
              time. Anyway, I’m going to write my blog as I travel, bringing my
              adventures to you. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I enjoy my travels.
              You can write and tell me. More from Goa (my first stop!).


                                                                                            TRUE      FALSE
   1       Charles has started at university.
   2       Charles isn‟t going to work in India.
   3       Charles isn‟t going to write again until he reaches Australia.
   4       The writer‟s intention is to make people interested in his future travels.
Zadanie 10

Przeczytaj poniższy list. Na podstawie informacji w nim zawartych zdecyduj, które z podanych zdań (1–3) są zgodne
z treścią tekstu (TRUE), a które nie (FALSE). Następnie odpowiedz na pytanie dotyczące całego listu. Z podanych
odpowiedzi (A, B i C) wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią listu.

       Hi Ela,
       I’m in London. I love it. It’s much nicer than I expected. I work in an office in
       the centre but I live in a place called Tooting in south London. I get to work
       on the underground. It’s packed in the mornings. Usually I have to stand. The
       strange thing is that no one talks. The only thing you can hear is the noise of
       the train. And no one looks at anyone else. They all read. Newspapers,
       magazines, books. Even the people standing up. Sometimes I think they are
       afraid of each other. Now, I always carry a book too but I still spend most of
       the time looking at other people.
       Hope you’re well,
       Monika

                                                                      TRUE       FALSE
      1     Monika doesn‟t walk to work.
      2     The trains in London don‟t make any noise.
      3     Only people who are sitting on the train read.

     4 Monika’s main idea is that
          A. the English are strange.
          B. the journey on the underground is uncomfortable.
          C. in England people read a lot.


Zadanie 11

Przeczytaj poniższy artykuł. Na podstawie informacji w nim zawartych zdecyduj, które z podanych zdań są zgodne z
treścią tekstu (TRUE), a które nie (FALSE).


                                           PLANTS THAT LISTEN
          The idea of talking to plants to help them to grow was first introduced by a German
          professor in 1848. Dr Gustav Fechner believed that plants had feelings and
          emotions just like humans and liked it when someone talked to them.
          Later studies suggested that soft music, such as classical music, could help plants
          although it also found that loud rock music could cause them to die.
          But is there any truth in all this? Well, a new study shows that talking to plants
          helps but for different reasons. If you get close to a plant and talk to it, you will
          breathe carbon dioxide on it which is the gas that plants need to live. However, it is
          only effective if you spend several hours a day doing this.



                                                                                          TRUE       FALSE
1 Dr Fechner believed that plants were happier if you talked to them.
2 All types of music are believed to be good for plants.
3 New research seems to show that plants have human emotions.
4 Talking to a plant for only a few minutes won‟t help it very much.

Zadanie 12
Przeczytaj reklamę restauracji. W pierwszej części zdecyduj, które zdania (1-6) są prawdziwe (TRUE), a
które fałszywe (FALSE).

                 Are you tired of waiting for a waiter or sending back food that is burnt?
                               Come to the Eden Restaurant
                                    plenty of tasty food and drinks
                                        a friendly atmosphere
                                                  and
                               the chance to prepare your own pizza
                             The cost of DO IT YOURSELF is just £ 5.
           We offer a large selection of salads and sauces at an extra £ 2 per person.
                                        Free tea and coffee
                   Our experienced cooks are ready to give you instructions.
                                           We are open:
                              Friday – Sunday 10.00 am – 11.30pm
                            Tuesday – Thursday 12.30am – 10.00 pm
                                        Close to bus stops.
                         You can make a reservation on 01676540599.


                                                                                     TRUE      FALSE
1   You can make your own meal in this restaurant.
2   Salads and sauces are free.
3   You can get professional help there.
4   You can‟t get there by public transport..
5   It‟s possible to book a table by phone.
6   You don‟t have to pay for hot drinks.

Zadanie 13

Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Zdecyduj, które zdania (1.–.4.) są prawdziwe (TRUE), a które fałszywe
(FALSE).


      Ever since Thomas Cook introduced the idea of package tourism, it has become both a
      blessing and a curse for some of the regions which are most popular among tourists.
      Read the ideas below and find out how to become a green tourist.
      1. Avoid using your own car but instead choose to travel by buses and trains. This will
          reduce traffic pollution and also the number of traffic jams.
      2. If possible, avoid staying in large international hotels. Find small family hotels and eat
          in local restaurants. This way the money you have spent will help local people.
      3. Be careful about local customs. Learn a few useful phrases in the language of the
          country you’re visiting to show the local people you appreciate their culture. And do
          not forget to find out whether it is all right to give tips to waiters or taxi drivers!
      4. Take good care of the natural environment. Do not drop litter and if you make a
          campfire, use only marked places for that. Make sure you have put out the fire
          carefully before you leave the campsite.
                                                                                   TRUE     FALSE
1    You should use your own car most of the time.
2    You should stay in small local hotels.
     Local people do not like it when tourists try to say something in the local
3    language.
4    You can only make a fire in special places.

Zadanie 14
Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Zdecyduj, które zdania (1– 4.) są prawdziwe (TRUE), a które fałszywe
(FALSE). W punktach 5 i 6 wybierz właściwą odpowiedź zakreślając literę A, B lub C.

        Was your child a keen reader once but now reads only occasionally? Or maybe he
        or she has never liked reading much? If you want to help your teenager discover
        reading, study the tips below.
          • Keep a range of reading material at hand. Research has shown that teenagers
          who are surrounded by books, newspapers or magazines are inspired to reach for
          something to read.
          • Respect your child’s interests. Children who are forced to read about a particular
          subject simply refuse to do so. They are much happier to read if allowed to choose
          their own books or magazines.
          • Share your child’s interests. Children are much more motivated to read if they
          know it will be possible to talk to their parents about what they’ve read. It means
          a great deal to most teens if their interests seem important to their parents.
          • Set a good example. Few children are attracted to reading if they do not see their
          parents enjoying it themselves. A good atmosphere for reading is created if this
          activity becomes a natural part of family life.

                                                                                   TRUE     FALSE
1    Teenagers like to have a lot of material to choose from.
2    Most teenagers expect parents to choose books for them.
3    Teenagers usually refuse to share their interests with adults.
4    Parents should show children that they also read a lot.

    The leaflet is written for:




    Which title is the best for this text?
        WHAT TEENAGERS LIKE READING
        HOW PARENTS CAN ENCOURAGE TEENAGERS TO READ
        WHY MANY TEENAGERS HAVE STOPPED READING

Zadanie 15
Przeczytaj poniższy artykuł. Na podstawie informacji w nim zawartych zdecyduj, które z podanych zdań
są zgodne z treścią tekstu (TRUE), a które nie (FALSE).

                 Recycling is one of the best ways to help protect our environment.
           When we collect waste or used materials and reuse them to make new
           products. The items that are typically recycled are aluminium cans, glass
        bottles, paper, wood and plastic. There are three main steps in recycling. First
        we collect these items, then we prepare them into a material which we finally
        use to make new products.

                Recycling can help save energy and important resources. It can also
        reduce the amount of rubbish we produce and the space needed for our waste.
        It is simple and easy. All you need to do is remember to sort out your rubbish
        and put your glass, paper and aluminium into different bins. Many councils
        actually provide these recycling bins and collect them every week.

              All in all, recycling has many benefits and it is something that
        everyone can do.

                                                                             TRUE     FALSE
1   Recycling is when we use again rubbish to make new products..
2   There are many stages to follow when recycling.
3   Recycling decrease the quantity of rubbish.
4   When we recycle we should put our waste in the same bin.
ZADANIE 16

Przeczytaj poniższe teksty. Z podanych odpowiedzi (a, b, c) wybierz właściwą, zgodną z
treścią danego tekstu.


1
Life at college isn‟t all fun. You‟d like to go out to the cinema, exhibitions or concerts
but… you haven‟t got enough money! A lot of the time, you just stay at home and watch
TV. But even if you watch TV, you have to buy a licence! It‟s the law. And a licence costs
well over £100 a year. The only thing you can do is to download TV programmes, films or
music onto your laptop – some of these are free.


The main idea of the text 1 is that

a) students have a lot to do in the evenings.

b) students don‟t have money for entertainment.

c) students watch too much TV.



2

                                    Read all about it!

                   The frightening story of a young soldier at war.

                 Exclusive photos of Madonna’s 50th birthday party.

                All the latest football results from around the country.

      … and much, much more. It’s all in your Daily Sun. Still only 50p.


The text 2 is

a) an advert for a newspaper.

b) an article from a newspaper.

c) from reader‟s section in a newspaper.
ZADANIE 17
Przeczytaj poniższe teksty. Z podanych odpowiedzi (a,b i c) wybierz właściwą, zgodną z
treścią każdego
z tekstów.

1
A beautifully decorated old cottage with its own peaceful garden. Only two miles
from the town centre and beaches but quiet and relaxing at the same time. The
perfect place for a holiday. And it could be yours for a week or more this summer.
Prices from £450 per week.



1 The text is
a) a postcard.
b) an advert.
c) a letter.

2
John,
thanks for the report. I haven‟t read it yet but we ca talk about it on Monday. No rest
for me this weekend! Before that, I need to see you about the factory workers. It‟s
very important. Please phone me as soon as you get in.



2 The intention of the note is to
a) discuss a report.
b) complain about working at the weekend.
c) organize a meeting.

3
Dear Sir,
I‟m writing about the BBC‟s website. I agree that it is very good, but I think that the
BBC should concentrate on its TV shows. These are worse and worse because the
BBC is spending so much of its money on other things.



3 The main idea of the letter above is that
a) the BBC‟s website is too expensive.
b) the BBC is spending its money on the wrong things.
c) the BBC should spend less money on TV shows.
ZADANIE 18
Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi (a, b i c) wybierz właściwą, zgodną z
treścią tekstu.
 Hi Emily,
 The Maths test today was really difficult. I think I‟ve got a zero. How are you?
 Your sister said you‟ve got a bad cold. I hope you‟re feeling better. Are you
 coming to school tomorrow?
 There‟s a new student in our class. He‟s called Mark and he‟s from America. He
 was shy at first, but he‟s really friendly and quite funny. He plays the guitar and
 wants to form a group. He‟s really good-looking (!!!) I‟ve got his e-mail address.
 It‟s mjordan@hotmail.com . Let‟s chat with him tonight – ok? About 7 o‟clock?
 It will be FUN!
 One more thing. We‟ve got to learn about Ancient Greece, remember? It‟s our
 homework for Friday. I‟ll text you later. Anyway, see you on messanger. Don‟t
 forget – 7 o‟clock!
 Lisa




What is Lisa‟s main news?
   a) There was a Maths test

   b) They’ve got history homework

   c) There is a new boy at school
ZADANIE 19
Przeczytaj poniższe SMSy. Z podanych możliwości (a, b i c) wybierz właściwą, zgodną z
treścią wiadomości.
1
Where are you? I‟m standing outside the cinema. Are you coming? Switch on your
phone! I‟m going to stay here another five minutes and then I‟m going home.


a) The writer‟s friend has forgotten to take his/her phone.
b) The writer doesn‟t know where his friend is.
c) The writer‟s phone doesn‟t work.

2
Hope you‟re not worried about me. The party‟s going on longer than I thought.
Sorry I didn‟t ring earlier but I completely forgot the time. I‟ll be back about 2a.m.
– OK?


a) The writer was having a good time and forgot to ring.
b) The writer phoned earlier but no one answered.
c) The writer is coming home earlier than planned.

3
We‟ve arrived. Just picking up our bags now. If the train is on time we‟ll be with
you in about two hours. Get the kettle on! See you soon for a nice cup of tea.


a) The writer has just packed.
b) The writer is travelling alone.
c) The writer hasn‟t arrived at his/her final destination yet.

4
We‟re at the Benton roundabout but we‟re a bit lost. There‟s no A41. We can go
north on the A75 or east on the A36. We‟ll stop and have a cup of tea and wait for
your instructions.


The writer’s intention is to
a) criticise his or her friend‟s directions.
b) give directions for his/her friend.
c) ask his/her friend for directions.
ZADANIE 20

Przeczytaj poniższe fragmenty podręczników szkolnych. Przyporządkuj każdemu
fragmentowi przedmiot szkolny, którego dotyczy, wpisując litery (a–e) w kratki (1–4).
Jeden przedmiot nie pasuje do żadnego podręcznika.



 1             2          3            4




1
On one side of the river stood the French and on the other the English. Then, on the morning
of July 5th 1838, the first shots were fired in a battle which changed Europe for many years.


2
Richard Bacon was born in 1741 in a small village near Sheffield. He wrote his first poems at
the age of eight but he is best known for his three novels about the village he grew up in. The
first, “A Flower Filled Lane” is often called the first Romantic-Realist novel.


3
In the summer, the temperature can rise to over 400C. The main industries are tourism and
shipbuilding and the total population is 42 million. The capital city, Berinia, is situated in the
north west of the country, 158m above sea level.


4
Weigh the magnesium sulphate powder (MgSO4) and note down the weight in the table
below. Heat the magnesium sulphate in a glass test tube over a low flame. The water will
separate from the powder. Weigh the powder again after heating and record the new weight in
column 2.


a) Chemistry

b) English (Literature)

c) History

d) Maths

e) Geography
ZADANIE 21
Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Przyporządkuj jego poszczególnym fragmentom (1–3)
nagłówki, wpisując litery (a–d) w kratki. Jeden nagłówek nie pasuje do żadnego
fragmentu.



 1           2            3




MAD MOVEMENTS

1
The „peace and love‟ philosophy of the hippies could be seen in their clothes and fashion. The
long hair of the men gave them a more feminine look, flowers in the hair and brightly
coloured clothes gave the movement a bright, sunny, natural look. One look at a hippy and
you knew exactly how they felt about the world.


2
The mods movement grew up in the West End of London. It was quite a violent, aggressive
movement but the look was completely different. Mods cared deeply about their looks and
spent money on expensive haircuts and suits. Even their scooters had to be the latest, coolest
Italian models.


3
Goths grew out of the punk movement. They were very much influenced by the singer,
Siouxsie Sioux. They looked like characters from a horror film: white skin, black make-up
and wild hair but, although they looked scary, they were often peaceful, even shy, vegetarians.


a) Nice look, not such nice people.

b) Cheap clothes but an expensive look.

c) A look similar to the idea.

d) Don‟t be frightened, they‟re gentle really.
ZADANIE 22
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nagłówki (a-e). Jeden nagłówek nie pasuje do żadnego fragmentu.

1________________
Wales is part of the United Kingdom. It is situated to the west of England, between England
and the Irish Sea. It has the population of about three million people.
2 ________________
It is a bilingual country. Most people speak English but Welsh is the native tongue. All
children learn it at school. The Welsh name for Wales is “Cymru”.
3________________
There are many medieval Welsh folk stories. They are set in magical Wales full of heroic men
and beautiful women, and include stories about King Arthur. More recently, Wales‟s most
famous writers are probably the poet Dylan Thomas and the short story and children‟s writer,
Roald Dahl.
4________________
Celebrations of all kinds have songs – just listen to the crowds singing at a rugby match in
Cardiff! Singers like tom Jones are famous internationally, and more recent contributions to
the world of rock are bands like Manic Street Preachers and the Super Furry Animals.

   a) Language

   b) Music

   c) Location

   d) History

   e) Literature
ZADANIE 23
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nagłówki (a-e). Jeden nagłówek nie pasuje do żadnego fragmentu.

1________________
Spiderman climbs up the side of a high building; Buffy kills an ugly vampire; Gollum jumps
into the volcano. Amazing scenes like these are not real; they are the work of special effects
teams.
2________________
Make-up artists can make actors look ill or tired and create new characters. In the old days,
they used artificial teeth, ears and hair to create frightening monsters. Now they build
completely new faces so the vampires in Buffy, the Vampire Slayer are very different from
those in old horror films. And getting ready is often tiring. For some of the actors in Buffy, it
took four or five hours to put on their make-up!
3________________
There are other special effects, for example, trick photography. How big was the famous
spaceship in the first Star Wars film (1977)? It was really only a sixty centimetre model!
Directors still use trick photography today. Peter Jackson, director of The Lord of the Rings
(2001), used children dressed as hobbits in some scenes to make the characters smaller than
the others.
4________________
The most interesting change recently is the use of computers. In Spider-Man 2 (2004), the
buildings look great but they are only virtual buildings. And in The Lord of the Rings, one of
the best characters is Gollum, but again, he is not real. The actor wore special clothes
connected to a computer. The computer recorded him and produced images of Gollum‟s body.
After that, they used the actor‟s real eyes and real voice to create a totally lifelike character.

   a) Director’s tricks

   b) Action scenes

   c) Pictures in films

   d) Computer animation

   e) Making monsters
ZADANIE 24
Przeczytaj poniższe opinie z forum internetowego. Przyporządkuj każdej opinii miejsce,
którego dotyczy, wpisując litery (a–d) w kratki (1–3). Jedno miejsce nie pasuje do
żadnej opinii.




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1
We had a beautiful meal. For starters I chose the melon and for main course I had beef in red
wine. I couldn‟t eat any dessert but my wife had a gorgeous looking chocolate cake.


2
I like this place. They do a great, quick breakfast. You get coffee and toast with a boiled egg
for £2.50. The tables are a bit dirty, though.



3
What was that for dinner today? No one knew. It was just a tasteless piece of meat. I know we
only pay 65p a day but sometimes I think a better idea would be to bring a packed lunch from
home.




a) School cafeteria

b) Fast food bar

c) Restaurant

d) Hotel bar
ZADANIE 25
Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Przyporządkuj jego poszczególnym fragmentom (1–3)
nagłówki (a–d). Jeden nagłówek nie pasuje do żadnego fragmentu. Następnie odpowiedz
na pytanie dotyczące całego tekstu.
Z podanych odpowiedzi A, B i C wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu.



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In the mountains

1
Before you go, make sure you have got everything you might need. Remember that the
weather can change quickly in the mountains and you may be forced to camp overnight.
Basically, you need clothes for hot weather, cold weather and wet weather!

2
When walking on rocks you need to know that you won‟t fall. That‟s why you should get a
good pair of walking boots. Remember to clean them regularly in wet weather because mud
can easily stick to the shoes.


3
It‟s amazing how good we feel when going uphill. We feel years younger. Always remember,
though, that coming down is more difficult and tiring so think twice before you go even
higher.


a) Stop yourself from slipping.

b) It‟s not a race.

c) Packing decisions.
ZADANIE 26
Przyporządkuj Każdej informacji na wyświetlaczu odpowiedni przedmiot, wpisując litery (a-
e) w kratki (1-4). Jeden przedmiot nie pasuje do żadnej informacji.

1_____________                                  2_________________
You have two missed calls and
five new messages.                               Now Playing:
                                                 70/112 00:04:32
                                                 Take Me Away Avril Lavigne
                                                 (Album: Greatest Hits Vol 1)
3___________________                            4_________________

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   a) An mp3 player

   b) A mobile phone

   c) A Digital camera

   d) A computer

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