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Solución Examen Inglés Opción B Selectividad Madrid Junio 2013

Solución Examen Inglés Opción B Selectividad Madrid Junio 2013

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EXAMEN INGLÉS SELECTIVIDAD 2012-2013OPCIÓN BYoung da Vinci
 
Leonardo was born near the Italian town of Vinci in 1452. He probably spent the firstfew years living with his mother, but moved to his father's house when she married. Hisfather was stern and distant with him, but Leonardo was a favourite with his uncle,Francesco, who ran the family's farm. Piero da Vinci didn't know what to do about hisson, Leonardo. He had reached the point in life when young men needed to prepare for acareer. Piero himself was an important official - a notary, but because the boy wasillegitimate, the association of magistrates and notaries would not accept him, nor would he be allowed to attend the university. The boy did show a definite talent for drawing, however. Perhaps he
 
could be apprenticed to an artist… Some time betweenthe age of fifteen and eighteen, Leonardo was apprenticed to the artist Andrea di Cione,called Verrocchio (which means
 
“true eye”) in his studio in Florence. This is howyoung Leonardo da Vinci started on his career in art, a career in which he would createsome of the most famous paintings in the world. Leonardo was more than just an artist,however. He was also interested in science, anatomy and architecture. His sketchbooks,filled with his ideas for inventions, stunned the world when they were found centuriesafter his death. He was a scientist before there was science, an inventor whose ideassurpassed the technology of his time, and a famous artist who produced the mostvaluable and recognized paintings in the world.
 
QUESTIONS
 
1.- Are the following statements TRUE or FALSE? Copy the evidence fromthetext. No marks are given for only TRUE or FALSE.
 
a)
 
Leonardo’s relationship with his father was not easy as a child.
TRUE.
“His father was stern and distant with him..”
 
 b)Leonardo’s
 
father had clear ideas about his son’s future.FALSE. “Piero da Vinci didn't know what to do about his son, Leonardo. He hadreached the point in life when young men needed to prepare for a career”.(Puntuación máxima:
 
2 puntos
)
 
2.- In your own words and based on the ideas in the text, answer the followingquestions. Do not copy from the text.
 
a)Explain why Leonardo couldn’t attend the university.Leonardo couldn’t attend to university because he wasn’t a legitimate son. b) Why is Leonardo considered a man ahead of his time?(Puntuaciónmáxima:
2puntos
)

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