Egzamin gimnazjalny 2015. Angielski, niemiecki i inne języki
Egzamin gimnazjalny 2015. Angielski, poziom rozszerzony - ODPOWIEDZI:
Man: OK, Marion, what would you like me to do now?
Woman: Well, let me think. I’ve already taken the books and the chairs out. Now you can push the bed and the desk to the middle of the room.
Man: Fine. But first you have to roll the carpet. I can carry it to the garage if you want.
Woman: It can stay. It’s old and I’m going to throw it away afterwards.
Man: I’ll put some old newspapers on it anyway. Now, what colour would you like the walls to be?
Woman: My mum suggested green or blue. She likes those colours the most, but they are not my favourite. I think I’d like orange on these three walls and brown on this one. I’ve got a lovely poster. It will look great on it.
Man: Where is it? I’d like to see it.
Woman: It’s still wrapped in paper. I’ll put the poster on the wall when it’s dry.
Man: What shall we do now?
Woman: You can start the work and I’ll make some spaghetti for us. It won’t take long.
Man: But you’ll help me after lunch?
Woman: Sure. I’ll bring the brushes for us. If we work together, we should finish it today.
Woman: Here’s our phone-in programme for teens who want to make a difference. Let’s welcome our first caller. Hello, Brandon.
Boy: Hi. I’m a member of the school environmental club. We learn a lot there. Instead of buying juice in cartons at school, we take drinks from home in glass bottles that we can use again later. We also take lunches to school in plastic lunch boxes. Our club members also care for animals. Last week we decided to organise an event at our local centre for homeless dogs. We needed some help so we asked younger students to join us. Together we went to the dog centre and our group was divided into two teams. Some of my friends walked the dogs. And the rest of us cleaned the dog beds. Maybe in a month or two, we’ll go to the centre again. And now, every month I send £5 to the centre. In return, I get the latest news about the dogs living there.
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 dwojga nastolatków.
1.1. Marion wants her friend to
А. carry her books out.
В. move some furniture.
С. take the carpet away.
1.2. Which is true about Marion?
А. She likes the same colours as her mum does.
В. She wants to buy a poster for her room.
С. She’s going to prepare some food.
1.3. What are Marion and her friend doing?
А. They are getting ready to paint a room.
В. They are moving out of the house.
С. They are putting in new furniture.
Usłyszysz wypowiedź nastolatka.
1.4. What does Brandon say about the club members?
А. They teach younger students how to look after pets at home.
В. They bring drinks in bottles to school.
С. They eat lunches prepared at school.
1.5. In what way does Brandon help the dog centre?
А. He regularly supports it financially.
В. He takes dogs for walks after classes.
С. He cleans the dog beds every week.
1.6. Brandon called the radio
А. to describe some activities of the school club.
В. to suggest organising an event at his school.
С. to thank the club members for their work.
Man: I celebrate my birthdays with my parents and brothers. We don’t have a big house so we can’t throw big parties. My parents always prepare a small family celebration for me. My mum makes a big birthday cake and my dad decorates the flat. I get a nice present from each person: things which don’t cost a lot, but each of them is a nice surprise for me.
Woman: My parents always organise birthday parties for me and we always celebrate together in one of the local pizza places. I have lots of relatives and most of them are invited. I only get one present, but it’s from all of them. Last year I got a very good laptop. I don’t throw parties for my friends. They wish me a happy birthday at school and I bring sweets for them.
Man: I usually have a big party for my birthday and it’s always at home. There’s a lot of space for my parents and my friends. I take care of everything on my own. I really enjoy buying food, finding CDs, decorating the house and so on. I get many presents, some of them are quite expensive, but the party itself is the biggest birthday present for me. I just love throwing such parties!
Woman: I never spend my birthdays at home. Every year I go on a trip with my friends and my sister. My parents stay at home, but they pay for the trip. It’s a present from them. And my sister gives me a small gift every year. But I think the best present you can get is having a great time! Things can be lost or damaged, but memories are forever!
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie cztery wypowiedzi na temat sposobu obchodzenia urodzin. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu dopasuj do każdej wypowiedzi (2.1.–2.4.) odpowiadające jej zdanie (A–E). Uwaga! Jedno zdanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej wypowiedzi.
A. I only get one gift from all of my family.
B. I organise my own birthday parties.
C. Each family member gives me something inexpensive.
D. My friends bring a cake and sweets for my birthday.
E. I don’t spend my birthdays with my parents.
Przeczytaj tekst. Do każdego akapitu (3.1.–3.3.) dopasuj właściwe pytanie (A–E). Uwaga! Dwa pytania zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnego akapitu.
A. How did Snoopy change?
B. What is Snoopy’s neighbour like?
C. What are Snoopy’s likes and dislikes?
D. Why was Snoopy’s name changed?
E. Where did the idea for Snoopy come from?
When Charles Schulz was 15, he got a black-and-white dog called Spike. Charles once drew a picture of his pet. The illustration was so good that it was printed in a book. Ten years later, in 1950, Spike became the model for Snoopy, a character in Charles Schulz’s cartoon series.
At first Snoopy acted like a real dog. He walked on four legs, lived in a doghouse and didn’t talk. Later he became more like a person. He started to walk on two legs and communicate his thoughts to readers.
Snoopy enjoys being lazy and sleeping on top of his doghouse, sometimes all day long.
The only thing that upsets him is when he doesn’t get his supper. But when he gets his meal, he dances happily. Pizza is Snoopy’s favourite food but he can’t stand coconut candies. His best friend is a little bird called Woodstock and his worst enemy is the cat who lives next door.
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.
BIG JOHN DOESN’T PAY
A bus came to a stop and a really big man got on. “Big John doesn’t pay,” he said. The small bus driver didn’t want to argue with a man that size. 4.1. ____ The next day, the same thing happened. The giant got on and again said, “Big John doesn’t pay.”
This continued for some time. The bus driver began to get more and more irritated with the situation. He thought about it all the time and one day he found the solution. 4.2. ____ There, he started an intensive karate course. He practised every day and didn’t miss a single class. 4.3. ____ When the giant got on again and said the same thing, the driver stood
up and said, “Oh yeah, and why doesn’t Big John pay?”
The giant reached inside his pocket. 4.4. ____ Naturally, he expected the worst. But the man took out a plastic card and said, “Because Big John has a bus pass.”
A. Instead, the man decided to buy a ticket.
B. The driver watched this movement.
C. After three months he was ready.
D. So he didn’t say anything.
E. He decided to join a gym.
Przeczytaj informacje o trojgu rodzeństwa (5.1.–5.3.) oraz opisy czterech pokojów w ich nowym domu (A–D). Do każdej osoby dopasuj pokój, który byłby dla niej najbardziej odpowiedni. Wpisz odpowiednią literę obok numeru każdej osoby. Uwaga! Jeden opis został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby.
Ann loves plants and she is good at growing them. She would like a quiet room with a garden view. She also likes collecting books, postcards and souvenirs, so her room should not be small. She has a fear of heights so she can’t look out of the window when she’s upstairs.
Sue loves sunbathing. It’s not important to her which floor her room is on, but it must be cosy. The room shouldn’t be big, as she hates cleaning and doesn’t keep unnecessary things. Sue doesn’t want to hear the traffic while studying or reading.
Tom has quite a big collection of model cars. His parents want him to help in the garden every weekend, but he hates flowers and plants. Tom is not interested in doing sporting activities; he even hates climbing stairs. He prefers surfing the Internet or watching cars driving past in the street.
This room is upstairs. It is small, but it has a big balcony. There’s a huge tree outside the window, so it’s almost impossible to see anything. You can only hear the noise of the traffic coming from the street.
This is a huge room located downstairs. The window is not very big. It opens onto the street, so you can’t admire the garden. All you can see is the traffic and the neighbours
This bright and quite a big room is located downstairs. It is perfect for someone with lots of possessions. There are huge French windows opening straight onto the back garden where you can relax far from the noise
of the street.
This quiet room isn’t big. It’s situated upstairs at the back of the house and has access to a balcony. When you stand there, you can admire the whole garden, feel separated from the noise of city life, and enjoy the beautiful weather.
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.
Uzupełnij zdania 7.1.–7.5., wykorzystując podane w nawiasach wyrazy w odpowiedniej formie. Nie należy zmieniać kolejności podanych wyrazów, trzeba natomiast – jeśli jest to konieczne – dodać inne wyrazy, tak aby otrzymać logiczne i ramatycznie poprawne zdania. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność ortograficzna wpisywanych fragmentów zdań.
Uwaga! W każdą lukę możesz wpisać maksymalnie cztery wyrazy, wliczając w to wyrazy już podane.
7.1. How much (you/pay) _____________ for the camera you bought last week?
7.2. We’ve been friends (two/year) ______________.
7.3. Most people think that French is (difficult/learn) __________ than English.
7.4. Could you tell me what time (this museum/close) ________________ on Saturdays?
7.5. I’m angry. Last week Mark (promise/do) _____________ the project with me and now he says he is too busy.
7.1. How much (you/pay) did you pay for the camera you bought last week?
7.2. We’ve been friends (two/year) for two years .
7.3. Most people think that French is (difficult/learn) more difficult to learn than English.
7.4. Could you tell me what time (this museum/close) this museum is closed on Saturdays?
7.5. I’m angry. Last week Mark (promise/do) have promised to do the project with me and now he says he is too busy.
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