Zespół Szkół nr 1
im. Kazimierza Wielkiego
w Mińsku Mazowieckim





Próbna matura - poziom podstawowy


Zadanie 1. (6 pkt)

Zapoznaj się z nazwami dyscyplin sportowych podanymi poniżej. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie fragmenty wiadomości sportowych dotyczących poszczególnych dyscyplin. Przyporzadkuj im nazwy dyscyplin, wpisujac odpowiednie litery (A-H) w kratki (1.11.6). Dwie nazwy dyscyplin podane zostały dodatkowo i nie pasuja do żadnej wypowiedzi.

Za każdą poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Plik dźwiękowy

A. alpine skiing
B. basketball
C. football
D. athletics
E. boxing
F. darts
G. tennis
H. speedway


Zadanie 2. (5 pkt)

Zapoznaj się ze zdaniami podanymi w tabeli. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie tekst na temat historii origami. Zdecyduj, które zdania podane w tabeli sa zgodne z treścia tekstu (TRUE), a które nie (FALSE). Zaznacz znakiem X odpowiednia rubrykę w tabeli.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Plik dźwiękowy
2.1. Origami began in China in the sixth century.    
2.2. According to the legend, if you make 1000 origami cranes, one of your wishes will come true.    
2.3. In the nineteenth century Origami was as popular as woodblock prints.    
2.4. The origami model of the frog presented in Window on Midwinter is still quite popular.    
2.5. For religious reasons, the Moors could not keep animals.    

Zadanie 3. (4 pkt)

Zapoznaj się ze zdaniami podanymi poniżej. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie tekst o rodzicach, którzy odzyskali swoje dzieci. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwa, zgodna z treścia tekstu. Zaznacz jedna z czterech możliwości, zakreślajac literę A, B, C lub D.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Plik dźwiękowy

3.1. The two little babies:

  1. were kidnapped from hospital.
  2. were taken to hospital 18 minutes after they were born.
  3. were born in the same hospital.
  4. died soon after birth.

3.2. Libor's girlfriend, Jaroslava:

  1. was cheating on him.
  2. discovered Libor was not her child's father.
  3. asked Libor to have a DNA test.
  4. took a DNA test.

3.3. The other baby's parents:

  1. knew that she was not their biological daughter.
  2. travelled abroad with the baby.
  3. considered Veronika their own daughter.
  4. called Libor to tell him what had happened.

3.4. When they finally met, the couples:

  1. decided not to swap the children immediately.
  2. discovered that the mothers looked very similar to each other.
  3. decided not to tell their children what had happened.
  4. were too shocked to make any decisions.


Zadanie 4. (6 pkt)

Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Na podstawie informacji w nim zawartych zdecyduj, które zdania sa zgodne z treścią tekstu (TRUE), a które nie (FALSE). Zaznacz znakiem X odpowiednia rubrykę w tabeli.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

How to change your name

If you wish to be known by a different name you can change your name at any time, provided you do not intend to deceive another person. There is no legal procedure to follow in order to change a name. You simply start using the new name. You can change your forename or surname, add names or rearrange your existing names.

Although there is no legal way to change a name, you may want evidence that you have changed your name (see under heading Evidence of change of name). However, you cannot change details on your birth certificate, except in limited circumstances.

Changing details on a birth certificate can be complicated. If you wish to do this you should consult an experienced adviser, for example, at a Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB). To search for details of your nearest CAB, including those that can give advice by e-mail, click here.

Once you have decided to change your name, you can use the new name for all purposes, for example, publishing marriage bans, legal proceedings and obtaining, or changing details on a driving licence or passport.

Changing a child's name

A child's name can be changed at any time, provided it is not to deceive or defraud another person. There is no legal procedure which must be followed in order to change a child's name, providing all the people who need to give their consent have done so. The parent simply starts using the new name. A child's forename or surname can be changed, names can be added or rearranged.

If you are a child or young person under 16 your permission is not needed for your name to be changed. However, if you object to your name being changed you can apply for a court order to prevent the change, provided the court is sure that you have sufficient understanding of what is involved.

As a child or young person under 16 you cannot change your surname without your parent's consent. Once a child's name has been changed it can be used for all purposes, such as starting school and registering with a GP. However, evidence may be required (see under heading Evidence of change of name).

Adapted from: www.adviceguide.org.uk

4.1. You must follow special procedures if you want to change a name.    
4.2. Once you change your name, it is necessary to change your personal data on your birth certificate.    
4.3. CAB will guide you through the process of changing details on your birth certificate.    
4.4. A child's parents need to ask the child if the child's name can be changed.    
4.5. The court will never allow the change of name if a child objects to it.    
4.6. A child's new name can be used in the child's medical records.    

Zadanie 5. (8 pkt)

Przeczytaj poniższe informacje o sztukach wystawianych na deskach Belvoir St Theatre. Następnie przyporzadkuj właściwą sztukę (A–E) do każdego z podanych zdań (5.1–5.8). Wpisz odpowiednie litery do tabeli. Niektóre tytuły sztuk pasuja do więcej niż jednego zdania.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

5.1. It tells a story which involves a cruise.  
5.2. It is extremely amusing.  
5.3. It tells an old legend.  
5.4. It was inspired by a true story.  
5.5. It deals with the death of a beloved person.  
5.6. It was first staged in Great Britain.  
5.7. It touches on problems related to religion.  
5.8. It shows relationships between family members.  
A. Who's... Virginia Woolf

Company B brings you up close to Edward Albee's masterpiece. Act one is called "Fun and Games", act three is called "The Exorcism". In between is one hell of a scrap between two of the most brilliant prizefighters of twentieth century drama. This is a funny and exhilarating look at what happens when truth and illusion go for each other's throats in the citadel of liberal democracy.

B. Paul

When the premiere of Paul was announced in London last year, it provoked an evangelical backlash and became one of the most controversial hits of the year. Company B presents the Australian premiere of this radical backrooms account of the birth of Christianity.

C. Parramatta Girls

Based on the testimony of dozens of GTS old-girls, this vibrant new play from Alana Valentine (Run Rabbit Run) is a joyous, yet shocking dramatisation of the experiences of eight inmates and their reunion forty years later. With its song and storytelling, this is a tribute to mischief and humour in the face of hardship and inequality.

D. The Gates of Egypt

Clarice has recently buried her husband, and the one thing she wants to do in her widowhood is visit Egypt. Her daughter is appalled and her son-in-law is scathing, but as the violence in the Middle East escalates, Clarice might just find what she wants most of all amongst the ruins of ancient Egypt. Kate Gaul returns to Belvoir with this provocative and hopeful new play, The Gates of Egypt, which slips love into the complex equation of global fear and offers the proposition that peace begins at home.

E. Tristan & Yseult

Everyone from Tennyson to Wagner have had a crack at this ancient Cornish tale. Now Kneehigh's production brings the story crashing into the 21st century. King Mark sends his new French knight Tristan to collect his prospective Queen, Yseult, from across the sea.

Adapted from: the complete list of Company B productions, Belvoir St Theatre, available, from: www.belvoir.com.au

Zadanie 6. (6 pkt)

Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwa, zgodna z treścią tekstu. Zaznacz jedna z czterech możliwości, zakreślajac literę A, B, C lub D.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

So which ski resort is best for us? From quaint villages to raucous resorts our panel of ski experts helps Observer readers find their ideal destinations.

The ski veterans: "We like small villages with real character". David Robbins, 63, a solicitor and his wife Rae, 62, a retired teacher, live in Woking, Surrey and have been skiing for more than 20 years. They go for one week every year with one or two other couples.

The brief: "We like resorts that are little mountain villages, with as much authentic character as possible. We want empty slopes, cosy mountain restaurants and friendly locals. So I guess we're looking for the opposite of a Meribel or Alpe d'Huez – the trouble is that the really pretty, characterful little villages are sometimes hard to find and don't feature in the big tour operators' brochures. We would be happy to stay in a traditional hotel, or maybe even a wooden hut up on the mountainside if such a thing is possible. Train transfers are a bonus, but we don't mind driving or buses".

The budget: L800 per person a week (including flights and accommodation, but excluding lift-pass, equipment hire, lessons and extras).

The solution: Felice Hardy of The Great Skiing and Snowboarding Guide: "Serre Chevalier is the collective name for the dozen small French villages between the Col du Lautaret mountain pass and the ancient town of Briancon, close to the Italian frontier. Villeneuve and Le Bez beside it are the most convenient and charming village bases with the best access to extensive skiing along the valley.

David and Rae could stay for between L495 and L565 for one week half-board in a double room at three-star Hotel Thabor in Villeneuve, including Eurotunnel crossings with Peak Retreats. If you want something really unique, try Chalet-Hotel Le Pi Mai, which is in an isolated position up the mountain with six rooms and excellent food. It costs from €110 (L76) per room per night half-board, but you would have to drive and book your own ferry or Eurotunnel crossings".

Adapted from: http://observer.guardian.co.uk/

6.1. David and Rae:

  1. used to be teachers.
  2. are experienced skiers.
  3. like travelling alone.
  4. don't go skiing as often as they used to.

6.2. They want:

  1. to try local food.
  2. to meet other skiers.
  3. to stay in a well-equipped hotel.
  4. to go to a place that is not crowded.

6.3. David and Rae:

  1. would rather travel by train.
  2. don't want to travel by bus.
  3. prefer travelling by plane.
  4. want to rent a car.

6.4. While calculating the budget, David and Rae included:

  1. the money they would have to pay for their stay in a hotel.
  2. the money they would spend on souvenirs.
  3. the money they would have to spend on rental skis.
  4. the money they would have to pay for learning how to ski.

6.5. Serre Chevalier is the name of:

  1. a hotel.
  2. a village.
  3. a region.
  4. a mountain.

6.6. If David and Rae decide to stay at Chalet-Hotel Le Pi Mai, they:

  1. will have to pay extra for transportation.
  2. will have to stay in separate rooms.
  3. will not have to pay extra for transportation and meals.
  4. will have to make their own breakfast.


Zadanie 7. (5 pkt)

Dzielisz pokój w akademiku z kolega z Anglii. Podczas jego nieobecności dowiadujesz się o koncercie zespołu, który lubicie. Wychodzisz na koncert i chcesz też powiadomiç o nim swojego angielskiego kolegę. Napisz do kolegi krótka notatkę, w której:
- wyjaśnisz, jak dowiedziałeś(aś) się o koncercie,
- wytłumaczysz, dlaczego nie mogłeś(aś) na niego poczekać,
- podasz orientacyjna godzinę powrotu do akademika,
- wyrazisz nadzieję, że w innym terminie pójdziecie razem na koncert tego zespołu.

Podpisz się jako XYZ. W zadaniu nie jest okreElony limit słów. Oceniana jest umiejętnoEç zwięzłego przekazu wszystkich informacji określonych w poleceniu (4 punkty) oraz poprawność językowa (1 punkt).

Zadanie 8. (10 pkt)

Od niedawna zajmujesz się nowym hobby. W liście do znajomego z zagranicy:
- podziękuj za ostatni list i poinformuj go o swoim nowym hobby,
- napisz, w jakich okolicznościach i kiedy zainteresowałeś się nim,
- podaj dwa powody, dla których warto zajmować się owym hobby,
- wyrae nadzieję, że odpisze na twój list i prześlij pozdrowienia dla rodziców znajomego.

Pamiętaj o zachowaniu odpowiedniej formy i stylu listu. Nie umieszczaj żadnych adresów. Podpisz się jako XYZ. Długość listu powinna wynosić od 120 do 150 słów. Oceniana jest umiejętność pełnego przekazania informacji (4 punkty), forma (2 punkty), poprawność językowa (2 punkty) oraz bogactwo językowe (2 punkty).

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