Matura 2013: Język angielski - poziom podstawowy
1.1. Runners in this marathon cover over 40 kilometres every day. FALSE
1.2. To stay in the race, the runner has to be faster than the riders on camels. TRUE
1.3. Each morning runners get water for the whole day. FALSE
1.4. Runners are allowed to carry as much baggage as they want. TRUE
1.5. The speaker instructs listeners on how to prepare for a marathon. FALSE
2.1 - D. I admired the bride’s appearance.
2.2 - A. I felt proud and patriotic.
2.3 - F. I felt a bit sad watching the ceremony.
2.4 - B. I did not notice much interest in the event.
2.5 - E. I was touched by the emotions of the crowd.
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3.1. Yvonne decided to work as a zookeeper because she
A. couldn’t earn her living in another way.
3.2. According to Yvonne, modern zoos
A. limit direct human contact with animals.
3.3. Which is true about the job of a zookeeper?
C. A zookeeper should be fit.
3.4. Yvonne says that young zookeepers
B. are better educated than older keepers.
3.5. In the interview, Yvonne
C. presents different aspects of her job.
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4.1 - C. Divide the selection process into parts.
4.2 - F. Prepare a few questions to ask over the phone.
4.3 - A. Plan when to meet each candidate.
4.4 - D. Think of the right place.
4.5 - H. Talk it over with other flatmates.
4.6 - G. Don’t hurry with the final decision.
4.7 - B. Talk to the candidate’s colleagues.
5.1. After six months in Florence, Sue was satisfied with her progress in Italian.TRUE
5.2. When living in Italy, Sue remained very close to her friends back home.FALSE
5.3. Sue’s friend sent her an unusual drawing for her 19th birthday.FALSE
5.4. Niccolo reminded Sue of herself when she was the same age.TRUE
5.5. Sue tricked Niccolo into doing everyday things he didn’t like.TRUE
5.6. The story is about how a girl celebrated her birthday with relatives in Italy.FALSE
6.1. What do we learn about Tommy at the beginning of the article?
D. He was single all his life.
6.2. The people Tommy asked for autographs
B. sometimes gave him unexpected gifts.
6.3. Many celebrities answered Tommy’s letters because they
A. were impressed by his handwriting.
6.4. Tommy’s collection does not contain the autograph of
C. a British monarch.
6.5. Tommy kept the autographs in
6.6. Tommy’s last wish was to
D. show the collection to the public.
6.7. The text is about
C. somebody’s lifetime hobby.