Zespół Szkół nr 1
im. Kazimierza Wielkiego
w Mińsku Mazowieckim


 

 

 

 

Próbna matura - poziom rozszerzony

Część I

STOSOWANIE STRUKTUR LEKSYKALNO-GRAMATYCZNYCH

Zadanie 1. (2,5 pkt)

Uzupełnij poniższy tekst. W luki (1.1-1.5) wpisz wyrazy utworzone od słów znajdujacych się w nawiasach tak, aby tekst był logiczny i gramatycznie poprawny. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność ortograficzna wpisywanych wyrazów. Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 0,5 punktu.

When was the last time you were locked up, or had your drink spikedł Even in the most 1.1 ........... (CHEER) disordered life, these are rare events, generally peculiar to youth - when you've got the urge for trouble and, hopefully, the resilience to deal with it. But both were in the news recently as regular 1.2. ........... (OCCUR) for older people in 1.3. ........... (RESIDE) care.

The Department of Health (DH) has issued the Bournewood briefing sheet, giving 1.4. ........... (GUIDE) on the Mental Capacity Act and confining people with dementia in hospitals and care homes.

Meanwhile, Hunter Watson, from Aberdeen, has turned to the Scottish parliament to try to get "covert medication" - that is, drugs slipped into older people's food or drink - recognised as 1.5. ........... (ACCEPT), after he caught someone dosing his mother.

Adapted from: www.guardian.co.uk

Zadanie 2. (2,5 pkt)

Wykorzystujac podane wyrazy, uzupełnij każde zdanie tak, aby zachować znaczenie zdania wyjściowego (2.1-2.5). Nie zmieniaj podanych fragmentów i formy podanych wyrazów. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność gramatyczna i ortograficzna wpisywanych fragmentów zdań. Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 0,5 punktu.

2.1. He gave us lots of support, that is why we succeeded.
FOR
If it ......................... we wouldn't have succeeded.

2.2. I was forced to get in their car.
MADE
They ......................... in their car.

2.3. He thinks the accident was Jimmy's fault.
BLAMES
He ......................... Jimmy.

2.4. I'm quite sure he saw us in the mall the other day.
SEEN
He ......................... in the mall the other day.

2.5. Bus fares are not included in the prices.
OF
The ......................... bus fares.

WYPOWIEDŹ PISEMNA

Zadanie 3. (18 pkt)

Wypowiedz się na jeden z trzech poniższych tematów. Wypowiede powinna zawierać od 200 do 250 słów i spełniać wszystkie wymogi typowe dla formy wskazanej w poleceniu. Zaznacz wybrany temat, zakreślajac jego numer.

1. Coraz więcej osób zawiera znajomości i utrzymuje kontakt z przyjaciółmi za pośrednictwem Internetu. Napisz rozprawkę przedstawiajaca dobre i złe strony tego zjawiska.

2. Napisz opowiadanie o przygotowaniach do uroczystości rodzinnej, które miały nieoczekiwany przebieg, zatytułowane "Final Countdown".

3. Ogłoszono konkurs na najlepszy opis zatytułowany "Our Hero". Opisz sławna osobę, która ma bądź miała wpływ na wielu twoich rówieśników.

Część II

ROZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU

Zadanie 4. (5 pkt)

Zapoznaj się ze zdaniami podanymi w tabeli. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie tekst na temat dziennikarza The Sun, Michaela Oleskera. Zdecyduj, które zdania podane w tabeli sa zgodne z treścią tekstu (TRUE), a które nie (FALSE). Zaznacz znakiem X odpowiednia rubrykę w tabeli.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Plik dźwiękowy
    TRUE FALSE
4.1. Michael Olesker used to be a war correspondent.    
4.2. Michael Olesker was accused of employing other journalists to write texts for him.    
4.3. Michael Olesker admitted that his own texts were full of errors, probably due to time pressure.    
4.4. Sun Editor believes Michael Olesker has been an inspiring journalist.    
4.5. If Olesker hadn't quit, he would have been given the sack.    

Zadanie 5. (4 pkt)

Zapoznaj się z poniższymi zdaniami. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie informacje na temat czterech różnych diet. Przyporzadkuj każdej diecie (5.1-5.4) jedno ze zdań (A-F). Dwa zdania podane zostały dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnej wypowiedzi.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Plik dźwiękowy
  1. The processes in your body are affected by refined sugar and high-sugar fruits and vegetables.
  2. The aim of this diet is improving your health rather than weight loss.
  3. Low fat diet is good for your skin.
  4. The diet tells you to eliminate meat as it contains too much fat.
  5. This diet helps people control blood sugar and cholesterol.
  6. The diet allows you to eat sweets.
    ANSWER
5.1. The 3-Hour Diet  
5.2. Perricone Diet  
5.3. Sugar Busters  
5.4. The Pritikin Approach  

Zadanie 6. (6 pkt)

Zapoznaj się ze zdaniami podanymi poniżej. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie fragment wywiadu z Timem Adamsem, dziennikarzem sportowym. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwa, zgodna z treścia rozmowy. Zaznacz jedna z czterech możliwości, zakreślajac literę A, B, C lub D.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Plik dźwiękowy

6.1. Roger Federer lost:

  1. his forty-first match.
  2. a set in Australian Open.
  3. two matches in a row to Guillermo Canas.
  4. twice in Australian Open.

6.2. Federer's physical gifts:

  1. are significant, but he is mentally fragile.
  2. would be perfect if he didn’t suffer from hiccups.
  3. are outweighed by his confidence.
  4. are combined with mental strength.

6.3. Both Roger Federer and Björn Borg:

  1. were ill-disciplined teenagers.
  2. have lost their passion.
  3. are like violent teenagers.
  4. have gained more self-control.

6.4. Tim Adams first saw Roger Federer:

  1. nearly at Federer's moment of glory.
  2. soon after Roger Federer was humiliated.
  3. when Federer was practising his high backhand.
  4. when Federer was worried about a number of things.

6.5. Roger Federer thinks Dubai:

  1. is a soulless and anonymous place.
  2. has a number of good hotels.
  3. hosts a lot of tournaments.
  4. seems to be convenient for air travelling.

6.6. Roger Federer is a little worried because:

  1. he spends too much time in various hotels.
  2. he might lose touch with the world around him.
  3. he is considered a superstar, rather than a real person.
  4. he plays video games whenever he is in Dubai.

 

ROZUMIENIE TEKSTU CZYTANEGO I ROZPOZNAWANIE STRUKTUR LEKSYKALNO-GRAMATYCZNYCH

Zadanie 7. (5 pkt)

Przeczytaj poniższy tekst, z którego usunięto pięç zdań. Wstaw zdania oznaczone literami A-F w luki (7.1-7.5) tak, aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Jedno zdanie podane zostało dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej luki. Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 1 punkt.

College Freshmen: Issues With Which To Deal
About "College-Level" Coursework

Many college freshmen approach university coursework with too much unnecessary anxiety. The pre-college high school curriculum is all too often geared towards an approach which leads students to believe that "College-Level" Coursework is going to be extremely difficult when compared with its lower-level predecessors. 7.1. ...................... In reality, many first year college students find higher education to be more enjoyable AND even easier than high school!

Consider the differences: In high school, you had very little say in your class schedule. In college, you get to choose which classes you will take... which days… and at which times you will take them. In high school, you were confined to one small area or building from roughly 8 am to 3 pm each day. In college, even a full course load often entails only an average of 4 actual class days; often with only a few hours per day actually spent inside of a classroom. 7.2. ......................

This more "relaxed", self-made schedule system makes it possible for many students to dramatically change their views on learning and even improves their ability to retain information given out in college courses! 7.3. ....................... You pick what you want to learn and when you want to learn it. You choose when to eat and you decide when to sleep.

But if you're not responsible enough, all of those "rules" that used to be set for you are going to begin to make more and more sense in the worst way. If you're not sleeping, eating, and balancing your time intelligently, college life will catch up with you very, very quickly. 7.4. ....................... It's really up to YOU to set them now and you might just realize that even a few of the ones you always loathed... were really beneficial. College professors aren't going to phone home and won't even discuss your grades with any family member who doesn't have written authorization from YOU. But if you're not careful, this "freedom" will almost definitely be your undoing... as the rest of the class will leap chapters ahead of you, your outlook will become negative. 7.5. ....................... And hiding a letter of dismissal from your parents isn't as easy as covering up the fact that you simply haven't been doing any homework! Indeed, what so many students find to be harder about college is that it's so much easier.

The sort of freedom it provides can be either a blessing or a curse-depending on whether you use it or abuse it. Read over your syllabus on the first day of each class, make a plan... and stick to it. Friends calling during your allotted study timeł Just think: You won't have to worry about partying anyway… when you're kicked out!

Adapted from: www.collegefreshmen.net

A. And if you hated waking up just after the crack of dawn to catch the yellow bus to high school, college enables you to select classes that don't begin until 2 pm each day.

B. Consequently, your GPA will slip below passing level-ultimately making you into another "didn't make it through the first year" statistic.

C. And while college coursework certainly isn't a proverbial "breeze", CollegeFreshmen.Net is here to dispel the myth that university-level academics are so much more agonizingly difficult than high school academics.

D. College students, however, soon find out that their professors are happy to help them through the first year.

E. Indeed, college lets students make decisions they couldn't make in high school.

F. In order to maintain that feeling of "wow! this isn't that hard after all..." which most students experience during their first week of college classes, make it a point to follow at least some of the rules and restrictions that used to be set for you in high school.

Zadanie 8. (4 pkt)

Przeczytaj poniższy tekst. 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.

Prefab cells to ease prison overcrowding

BOLT-ON extensions to expand Britain's prisons have been ordered from China to help fulfil Gordon Brown's promise of cells for 8,000 extra inmates. Construction industry sources say that efforts to source the modules from British firms ran into difficulties, forcing the Ministry of Justice to look abroad.

The extensions will house hundreds of new Category C inmates at seven prisons, including Whatton prison in Nottinghamshire; Hindley prison in Greater Manchester; Channings Wood jail in Devon and Lindholme prison in South Yorkshire, where planning permission has already been granted.

They have steel frames that are then kitted out with wooden interiors and, typically, have two storeys and 5,400 sq ft of space for 60 inmates. They are erected on site by private building contractors.

Although described as "temporary", they are expected to have a life of at least 40 years. In all, 30 of the 139 prisons in England and Wales will be extended and the government plans to build two new prisons, both in Merseyside. There are a record 81,000 in Britain's overcrowded jails after sexual and violent offenders began to be given longer sentences under new legislation introduced in 2003.

The decision to order the units from China has surprised senior prison service staff. One governor said: "It makes you wonder whether the ministry is trying to increase the number of cells by going cheap and nasty". Officials say the decision to import from the Chinese was made in May under Lord Falconer, who was then justice secretary.

Harry Fletcher, assistant general secretary of the probation officers' union Napo, said: "It's an act of sheer desperation to purchase what are effectively Chinese shipping crates. It shows the complete lack of long-term planning in solving the prisons overcrowding crisis".

Adapted from: www.sunday-times.co.uk

    TRUE FALSE
8.1. Construction industry in China is now facing a number of problems.    
8.2. The cell modules are delivered by private contractors.    
8.3. British jails are overcrowded as a result of certain changes of law.    
8.4. Harry Fletcher thinks that purchasing units from China won't ease the prison overcrowding.    

Zadanie 9. (3 pkt)

Przeczytaj tekst, a następnie wybierz właściwe, poprawne pod względem gramatycznym i leksykalnym uzupełnienie luk (6.1-6.6). Zaznacz jedna z czterech możliwości, zakreślajac literę A, B, C lub D.

Za każda poprawna odpowiedź otrzymasz 0,5 punktu.

On a desk behind her two letters 9.1. ....................... like a lesson in life's improbable but so frequent dramatic juxtapositions. One offered her a part in a play. Frances Lennox was a minor, steady, reliable actress, and had never been asked for anything more. This part was in a brilliant new play, a two-hander, and the male part would be taken by Tony Wilde who 9.2. ....................... had seemed so far above her she would never have had the ambition to think of her name and his side by side on a poster. And he had asked for her to be offered the part. Two years ago they had been in the same play, she 9.3. ....................... in a serviceable smaller role. At the end of a short run-the play had not been a success - she had heard on the 9.4. ....................... night as they tripped back and forth taking curtain calls, "Well done, that was very good". Smiles from Olympus, she had thought that, while knowing he had shown signs of being interested in her. But now she had been watching herself burst into all kinds of feverish dreams, not exactly taking herself 9.5. ....................... surprise, since she knew only too well how battened down she was, how well 9.6. ....................... control was her erotic self, but she could not prevent herself imagining her talent for fun (she supposed she still had itł) even for reckless enjoyment, being given room, while at the same time showing what she could do on the stage, if given a chance. But she would not be earning much money, in a small theatre, with a play that was a gamble. Without that telegram from Johnny she could not have afforded to say yes.

Adapted from: The Sweetest Dream by Doris Lessing

9.1.

  1. lied side by side
  2. lay side by side
  3. lay side to side
  4. lain side to side

9.2.

  1. used to
  2. since then
  3. later
  4. until now

9.3.

  1. usually
  2. as usually
  3. as usual
  4. usual

9.4.

  1. final
  2. opening
  3. closing
  4. encore

9.5.

  1. by
  2. with
  3. in
  4. aback

9.6.

  1. beyond
  2. out of
  3. over
  4. under

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