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Zadanie 13. Przeczytaj tekst. W zadaniach 13.1.–13.5. z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C.
THE BEST BAND ON THE PLANET
Green Day is a rock band that has won hundreds of awards in many countries, including the Best Band on the Planet Award. They have sold millions of records. People love their albums and their live shows. Green Day members are Tre, Mike and Billie Joe. They all left school to start playing in clubs around California. Tre’s dad drove them in an old van. They still love touring. They give their fans a lot of attention. They often pull kids from the crowd up on stage to play with them. Mike says, ‘I get nervous for the kids. I think they’re very brave.’ Sometimes, though, the boys get a bit mad; after all, they are rockmen! Once, after the concert, there was a fight between the band and some people from the audience.
Green Day may sometimes be bad boys but their songs are great. The group often sings about young outsiders – teenagers who are not accepted by society. Mike describes his life when he was a teenager: ‘I don’t know how many times someone criticised me because I seemed strange.’ Although the songs are serious, they are pleasant and easy to remember.
If you listen to any album, you will soon start singing along. Billie Joe explains how he writes the songs: ‘It has to come from the same place that a love song comes from, so sometimes I need a lot of time.’
13.1. Green Day started performing after they
A. stopped going to school.
B. won the Best Band on the Planet Award.
C. bought an old van.
13.2. During their concerts the musicians
A. sometimes make other rockmen mad.
B. invite fans to take part in the shows.
C. usually fight with fans who get on stage.
13.3. The group’s songs are often about
A. adults who criticise the way teenagers live.
B. the life of teenage musicians.
C. teenagers who are in some ways different.
13.4. Which of the following is true about Green Day’s songs?
A. It takes little time to write them.
B. It’s not difficult to learn to sing them.
C. Their best songs are those about teenage love.
13.5. The text comes from
A. a concert review.
B. a magazine.
C. a CD cover.
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Zadanie 11. Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto trzy zdania. Wpisz w luki 11.1.–11.3. litery, którymi oznaczono brakujące zdania A–D, tak aby otrzymać logiczny i spójny tekst. Uwaga! Jedno zdanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej luki.
I’m sorry I haven’t written for so long, but I’ve been very busy since I moved to Manchester. Everything is so different here! Let’s start with the house. We used to have a big house with a garden. 11.1. ____ It’s noisy and we don’t even have a balcony! Then the school. When we lived in Ardwick, it was only a ten-minute walk away. Now I need 40 minutes to get to school. 11.2. ____ And I really hate it. But living in a big city isn’t all bad. There are many shops, restaurants and cinemas in our district. 11.3. ____ In fact, I’m going to visit the Museum of Science and Industry tomorrow. And what about you? Write soon.
A. This means I have to get up much earlier.
B. Unfortunately, there were no shops nearby.
C. Now we live in a block of flats in the city centre.
D. So there is a lot of entertainment and it’s impossible to get bored.
Właściwe zdanie do luki 11.1. to:
Właściwe zdanie do luki 11.2. to:
Właściwe zdanie do luki 11.3. to:
Zadanie 12. Przeczytaj informacje o czterech osobach 12.1.–12.4. oraz pięć ofert pracy w restauracjach A–E. Do każdej osoby dobierz ofertę pracy, która by jej najbardziej odpowiadała. Wpisz odpowiednie litery obok numerów osób. Uwaga! Jedna oferta została podana dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby.
Peter doesn’t like
getting up early. He
wants to work in the city
centre. He worked in a restaurant last
year. He would like to learn to drive
and speak foreign languages.
For Jenny, working
in a restaurant is nothing
new. She has passed
her driving test and
bought a car. She will be busy
in the afternoons as she has decided
to start learning foreign languages.
Pam lives in the country
and wants to work there.
She knows a lot about
restaurant work. She has
never driven a car. She is good
at French and Spanish. She takes care
of her brother in the mornings.
Richard needs a change
from his boring country
life. Driving is fun for
him. Every afternoon he
helps his dad in the garage and he often
reads his favourite magazines about
cars in French and German. He has
no job experience.
A. Paddington Restaurant
Looking for an afternoon job? Work for
us in a nice out-of-town restaurant. Experience
is necessary as foreign tourists visit us very
often. No driving skills needed.
B. Ramsey Restaurant
We are a busy restaurant in the business centre
of the city. If you can speak two foreign
languages and don’t mind starting work early
in the morning, work for us! Don’t worry
about qualifications, we provide full training
and cars for delivering orders.
C. Piccadilly Restaurant
A restaurant in a quiet country area is looking
for people to work mornings or afternoons.
If you have never worked in the food business,
don’t worry. You should be able to drive a car
and speak a foreign language.
D. Moon Restaurant
If you are free in the afternoons, turn your
time into money. Find us in the heart
of the city. We need qualified people only.
A driving license and knowledge of foreign
languages are not necessary.
E. Soprano Restaurant
Do you have some free time in the morning?
We are located in the middle of the city. You
must know how to take care of our customers.
Earn money delivering food in your own car.
You don’t have to know foreign languages.
Do osoby 12.1. pasuje oferta pracy:
Do osoby 12.2. pasuje oferta pracy:
Do osoby 12.3. pasuje oferta pracy:
Do osoby 12.4. pasuje oferta pracy:
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Zadanie 10. Przeczytaj tekst. Do każdego akapitu 10.1.–10.4. dobierz właściwe pytanie A–E. Wpisz odpowiednie litery obok numerów akapitów. Uwaga! Jedno pytanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnego akapitu.
HOW TO MAKE A GOOD FILM
Making a film about something you know is a good way to start. If you are interested in a particular subject, e.g. sports, make a film on this subject. If you like ghost stories, make a horror movie. Your film will then be more authentic.
Add sound effects and music. For a better effect, they should be connected with the story. These elements are important because they give the film a special character and feeling.
Finding the cast for your film is not that difficult. Usually people will take part just for fun, but also you can prepare an audition at school. Of course, it would be great to have
a well-known name starring in your movie, but don’t hope for that!
Find an interesting place and decide on a time to shoot the film. If you can’t find the right place, create it at school – ask your actors for help. Remember that you can always go to a park, shopping centre or a football pitch to shoot.
A. How do I create the atmosphere?
B. When is the best time to shoot a film?
C. Where should I look for the actors?
D. What kind of film should I make?
E. Where should I make the film?
Właściwe pytanie dla akapitu 10.1. to:
Właściwe pytanie dla akapitu 10.2. to:
Właściwe pytanie dla akapitu 10.3. to:
Właściwe pytanie dla akapitu 10.4. to:
Zadanie 9. Przeczytaj teksty. W zadaniach 9.1.–9.4. z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C.
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Zadanie 7. Przeczytaj tekst. Wybierz właściwe, poprawne pod względem gramatycznym i leksykalnym, uzupełnienie luk 7.1.–7.4. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C.
I hope you’re all right. As you know, I’m on holiday in Greece. We 7.1. ____ last Friday. It’s so fantastic here. It’s really sunny and it’s much
7.2. ____ than in Poland. We’re 7.3. ____ at a lovely hotel by the sea. It is a relaxing holiday, but we don’t want to spend all the time on the beach. Tomorrow we are going to visit Athens and 7.4. ____ some sightseeing. Well, I’ve got to finish now. I’ll write again soon.
7.1. A. are arriving B. have arrived C. arrived
7.2. A. hot B. hotter C. hottest
7.3. A. staying B. stopping C. visiting
7.4. A. watch B. do C. walk
Zadanie 8. Przeczytaj opis ilustracji. Uzupełnij każdą lukę 8.1.–8.4. jedną z podanych pod tekstem odpowiedzi, tak aby otrzymać poprawny i logiczny tekst, zgodny z ilustracją. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C.
The picture shows a group of children in a restaurant or a canteen. The boy who is pouring the juice is wearing 8.1. ____. The group is sitting at two tables. They are eating 8.2. ____ meal. The waiter is standing 8.3. ____ the two tables. He is serving some more 8.4. ____. There is also a woman who is sitting at the table.
8.1. A. a scarf B. a hat C. a tie
8.2. A. theirs B. their C. they
8.3. A. between B. behind C. in front of
8.4. A. soup B. bread C. juice
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Zadanie 5. Do każdego pytania 5.1.–5.4. dobierz właściwą reakcję A–E. Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga! Jedna reakcja została podana dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnego pytania.
A. He’s at the swimming pool.
B. He has some older friends.
C. Rather shy but friendly.
D. He’s a swimming instructor.
E. One year younger than me.
5.1. How old is your brother?
5.2. What’s your brother like?
5.3. Where’s your brother at the moment?
5.4. What does your brother do?
Zadanie 6. Dla każdej z opisanych sytuacji 6.1.–6.4. wybierz właściwą reakcję. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C.
6.1. Znajomi dziękują Ci za pomoc. Co im odpowiesz?
A. You’re welcome.
B. Well done!
C. Thanks for helping.
6.2. Kolega proponuje wspólne wyjście do kina. Co odpowiesz?
A. I’m sorry you can’t come.
B. You could come with me.
C. I’d love to, but I’m busy.
6.3. Jak wyjaśnisz nauczycielowi, dlaczego nie odrobiłeś/aś pracy domowej?
A. I haven’t forgotten about my homework.
B. I didn’t know how to do my homework.
C. I won’t have time to do my homework.
6.4. Jesteś w sklepie. Jak zapytasz o możliwość przymierzenia spodni?
A. Should I put them on?
B. Could I bring them up?
C. Can I try them on?
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Zadanie 1. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie cztery teksty. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu w zadaniach 1.1.–1.4. z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C.
Girl: When I grow up I’m going to be a writer. I’m going to write books about the lives of rich and famous Hollywood stars. My friends say I should be a film star myself but I don’t think I’d enjoy living in Hollywood. It’s not a good idea to have children in Hollywood and I’d like to have three – two boys and a girl. I even know what their names will be!
Boy: I think you should buy this one.
Girl: No, it makes me look like a hippo. You know, big and fat.
Boy: Come on, you know that’s not true. And hippos are nice animals. Besides, it will look good with your new shoes.
Girl: Maybe, but I want to try on another T-shirt. This one with the panda bear looks cool.
Woman: Emma, I know I promised to leave you the car keys on the kitchen table, but I completely forgot. Sorry! When you get back home, go straight to my bedroom. The keys are on the bedside table. By the way, I’ve found the book you’ve been looking for. It’s in the living-room.
Girl: You know what, I was thinking again about our trip to Spain this summer. What do you think about taking a plane?
Boy: Are you sure you want to? Don’t you remember all the trouble we had when the airline lost our luggage last year?
Girl: You’re right! Never again! How about the train then?
Boy: I think it would be best. At least there won’t be any traffic jams!
Girl: That’s true. Cars are great but not in this heat!
1.1. The girl is talking about her
A. work as a film star.
B. childhood in Hollywood.
C. plans for the future.
1.2. Which shop are the speakers in?
1.3. Where will Emma find the car keys?
1.4. How are the speakers going to travel to Spain?
Zadanie 2. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmowę pomiędzy nauczycielami. Zaznacz, które ze zdań 2.1.–2.3. są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – True), a które nie (F – False).
Mrs. White: Morning. How are things today?
Mr. Brown: Morning. Actually, not that great. We had a big problem earlier this morning. One of my students had an accident.
Mrs. White: Did he? Were the students running in the playground again?
Mr. Brown: No, for a change. Two boys were running in the corridor during the break and one of them fell.
Mrs. White: Oh gosh! Was he hurt?
Mr. Brown: Well, at first it didn’t look bad but he cut his arm and he couldn’t move his leg. It may be broken, I’m afraid.
Mrs. White: Did any of the teachers see the accident?
Mr. Brown: Yes, I did and I called the ambulance. It came quickly and took the boy to hospital.
Mrs. White: I see. Let’s hope he’ll be fine.