DLA]{ANDYDATOW NA STUDIA I MATURZYSTOW

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English Philology

-<>- Cambridge First Certificate

Projekt okladkl : Pawel Stawinski

KANON t.6dz 1993

Spis trescl: Zestaw I
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ZESTAWI TEST I (35 pkt.)
Wybierz jedno slowo lub fraz~, kt6re najlepiej uzupelnia kaide zdanie. Zakrssl wyrainie k6fkiem liter~, przy kt6rej znajduje si~ poprawne rozwi[jzanie. Islnieje lylko jedna moiJiwosc poprawnego wyboru. Przykfad: Ch. Dickens ... in 1870. A die B death

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Zestaw II

t.The caller asked to be pot ... to the manager. A through B to Cover

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2.The delay at the airport ... that we arrived at our hotel 3 hours later than planned. A resulted Bled C caused 0 meant E was 3.He was offered the job of headmaster but he turned it .... A off B over Cup o away 4.There is no ... for this disease. A aid B cure 5.John and his wife now Jive .... A divorced B separate 6.A1I Ihe apples have ... bad. A become B gone. C remedy

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7.John and Mary have ... their wedding and decided to go their separate ways. A called off B broken off C put off 0 postponed E written otf 8:Mary ... dOing gym by saying she had a headache. A got away with B got out off C got down 10 0 gal from E got into 9.John ... his father in his love of gardening. A takes after B looks like C follows after

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·1O.lf Mary works really hard she should be able to make ... the tim e she lost through absence. A out B up C to 0 in . E back

11.John travelled 40 miles to get to the hospital to visit his wile,Mary, ... was thoughtful 01 him. A that Bwhat Cwhich D it Ewho

22.We shouldn't imagine there is ... on earth who can answer this question. A somebody B some person C no one 0 anyone E a person 23.lt doesn't sound ... he knows anything about it. A as if B so as C though

12.They shouldn't have ... the accident. It wasn't my fault. A accused me of B accused me with C blamed me with D blamed me for E charged me with i3.Scientists everywhere are trying to ... a cure for AIDS. A make B do C produce D create

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24.... five minutes of the start of the game two players had been sent off. A About B Within C Around 0 Before E During E discover 25.1can ... with a lot of things but I cannot stand noisy people. A put up B put off C put on 0 put 10 E put aside

14.when you stay in a country for some time yo~ get used to the people's of ... Iife. A habit B habits C custom D customs E way
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26.0ur company will have to ... sales during the coming year. A enlarge B widen C broaden 0 increase E extend 27.Mr Smith ... the company in the way he wanted to. A ruled Bran C owned 0 commanded

i5.Mary decided to ... a party to celebrate her 18th birthday .. A make B organise C give 0 oller

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16.1tis true that a lot of people find ... art very dilficult to understand. A present B nowadays C current 0 actual E contemporary 17."Excuse me, have you got ... ,please ?" A fire B the fire C match

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28.According to the recent opinion of sociologists, most people are not, unfortunately, on good ... with their neighbours. A relations B conditions C terms 0 relationships E acquaintance 29.The doctors have not done all they can; ... that's the impression I have. A nevertheless B at least G moreover 0 beside E otherwise
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18.what with inflation and everything, ... saving nowadays. . A there's no reason B it's no use in C there's no point in E it's no sense o it's no point in 19."Excuse me, do you ... to me bringing my dog into your house ?" A mind B oppose C object 0 complain E protest 20.when our Institute'got new computers some of us had to ... a course in programming. A study B make C pass'

30.The young girl was the ... of her mother. A image B picture C similarity

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31.1don't ... like the idea of having to read this boring novel. A very B so C much 0 fairly 32.wlien his father died, John ... a great deal of money. A made into 8 brought into G-gotinto E came into

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21.1have lot 01 classes on Monday and Tuesday.So you see the ... part of the week is always busy for me. A start B front C initially 0 early E firstly

33.There are some beautiful ... glass windows in Saint Paul's Cathedral. A stained 8 designed C marked 0 modelJed E drawn

34.Although his marriage was unhappy Mr Smith remained with his wife for the ... of chi Idren. A cause B care C sake 0 reason E good 35.The students remained ... behind the door waiting for the members of the Examination Board. A unmoved B static C immovable 0 motionless E unmoving

The police have advised car owners to fit an alarm in their cars. 9.Car owners have received Mary travelled to China because she wanted to study medicine there. t O.Mary travelled to China so that . It can be sometimes difficult to talk to her. 11.She isn't, They didn't take their exam because they were ill. i2.Had , "I'm afraid you can't smoke in this room",the doctor told the patient. 13.The doctor refused ..............................................
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TEST II A (30 pkt.)
Ookoftcz kazde zdanie w ten spos6b, aby znaczenie Twojego zdania byto takie samo jak znaczenie zdania oryginalnego. Przyklad: Does this book belong to you? !R.tN$.,l?,qi1.~.y'gf!m? I haven't heard from him for ages. 1.He · ·· ··· ···..··· ···..·..·· The beach is quite near the hotel. 2.The beach is within John prefers windsurfing to sailing. 3.John would

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John wants someoneto make him a new suit forthe party. tS.John wants to . , They couldn't go for a walk because it rained heavily. 17.The heavy : This is a problem of concept rather than fact. 18.This is not so .. . Offering him more money won't make any difference. 19.Even if ; You never know what's going to happen, do you? 20.0ne

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When we crossed the Tatras, we couldn't see the Giewont because of the rain. 5.lf .. Jane doesn't have so far to travel as the other students. 6.The other students ' It's John's fault than the tickets were lost. 7.John is to ·..·..··..····..·,:·· ··· ··

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He came quietly because he did n't want to wake up the baby. 22.He came quietly so ··..·· ··· ·· ·,·..···;..·· · · They worked together very hard but only Mary passed the exam. 23.They worked together very hard but only Mary was He said it was my fault, which was unkind. 24.ltwas unkind He said the car must be repaired soon. 25.He insisted on the car · ···

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A number of things could be responsible for the error.(DUE} .. The years have stolen the beauty of these famous actresses.(ROBBED) 7 .. He objects if anyone else touches his stamps.Il.El]
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You're allowed to eat at that restaurant without wearing a lie. 27.You don't II would be a pity to sell this house. 281el's ·..·..·..····· ·..··..···..·..· "Why don't you go away for a few days ?" John suggested to me. 29.John suggesled : What do you do when you see a meat seller in the street? 30.How do you

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Do they usu'allYtake 1 hour for their lunch break? (IN HABln 10 , This is a very dull (nudny) town.(NOTHING) 11 Some people find it easy to learn poems by heart.(NO DIFFICUL TV) 12 ./; ,

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TEST II B (15 pkt. )
Slowo/slowa wydrukowane duzymi literami naleiy uzy6 w zdaniu ~tworzo.nym . przez Ciebie tak, aby jego znaczenie bylo takie samo jak znaczeme zdania o~gl-. nalnego.Nie wolno dokonywa6 zadnych zmian w slowach wydrukowanych duzyml literami. przyklad: You can enter the museum over there.(ENTRANCE} I~f}.,1HJ.t!.?lJ.q,f!..(q.!bf}.!!J.l!§f!l-!m.i$..9.y.I!J!..tl]l!Jl?· I'm afraid I don't agree with you.(SHARE) 1 .

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He was the only man in the Institute who didn't vote in favour of Mr M. (EXCEPn 13 , . I prefer ~peaking English to writing.(RATHER) 14 It was too cold to go swimming.(ENOUGH) 15 ,

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TEST III (20 pkt. )
W kaidym z dwudziestu przykladow jeden z czterech wybor6w (A,B,C,O,) jest niepoprawny. Zakresl wyrainie k61kiem lilerr:, przy kt6rej znajduje sir: niepoprawne rozwiazenie. przyktad: That car is ours. A very similar to @very 1

6.11I ... the shoe department is on the second floor but I'm not sure. A know well . B remember right C I'm not mistaken o my memory serves me right 7.lf you ... this card, you must inform the bank at once. A lose ~ B happen to lose C may lose o should lose 8."00n'! forge! to look up, will you ?"." ., .. " A I never do B I don't C I won't o I'll see to it 9."Whatever ... I would support such a crazy scheme ?" A persuaded you B made you think C got you think o gave you the idea 10."May I offer you a lill ?" " ... " A Thanks, I need some exercise B If it isn't out of your way C That's very kind of you o Yes, I'd be very grateful 11."Shall we go by bus or by train ?" A I don't mind BAli right C It's all the same to me o Whichever you like 12.The children had ... at the music camp. A the right time B agood time C a great time o the time of their lives
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2.... teli anyone where we're going A I'd prele r not to B Please don't C I wish you won't o i'd rather you didn't 3." ... ,I've forgotten your name." A Excuse me B Pardon C Forgive me o I'm sorry 4."These shirts are very old ,do you think ... ?" . A they're worth mending B it's worth while mending them C it's worth mending them o they're worth being mended 5.1sat near the front of the hall .... A in order to hear better B so as to hear better C fo~~eller hearing o in hope of hearing better

13.John is really a very good speaker, he always succeeds in getting message ... to his audience. A over B across G through ~ D out 14.... you need is a good strong cup of coffee. A Something what BAli GWhat D The thing 15."May I have ... of those brochures, please?" A one more B another C another one o one other 1B.The shoes the woman ... were made 01· snakeskin. A chose B admired G borrowed .0 dressed
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20."Write ... as soon as you can." Ame Bto me C a leter o to me a letter

TEST IV (20 pkt. )
Uzupelnij podane ponize] Uumaczenia na j. angielski. Nie wolno zrnleniac niczego we fragmentach zdan podanych juz w j.angielskim. Uzupelnieft wolno dokonywac tylko w miejscach wykropkowanych. przyklad: tatwo go zrozumiec, poniewai m6wi bardzo wyraznie, He .ls. easy .. to..uild~(Stfl(Kf because hli~Pfli1ks.v.Wy..afRlinc;tly. 1.Po oblaniu egzaminu Janek iatowal, ze nie poswi~cil (spend) wi~cej czasu na nauk~. After failing )he exam John wished ~ 2.Nikt nie mieszka w tym dornu od czasu, kiedy ani wyjechali do Kanady. This

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... that the work will be finished before Monday. A likely B sure . C certain o probable

3.Jestem pewien, ze przedstawienie bardzo by Ci si~ podobalo.Choclaz, prawd!il m6wiflc, aktorzy spiewali gorzej nlz zwykle. I'm sure .. However, to tell you the truth, : . 4.Nie pozw61 mu p6jse na to przyj~cie. Bedzle tam duzo ludzi, z kt6rymi nie powinien rozmawiac. ..:C: ~ to this party .. there 10. 5.Nie pr6buj mnie przekonac (convince), ze nie parnlstasz, He kosztowai ten piersclonek. ,

18."Do you think ... rain soon ?" A it will B there will be G there is to be D it's going to be 19.... John's been offered a partnership in Ihe firm. A Believe il or not B Do you believe C Would you believe it o Incredible as it may seem

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B.Co sktonilo (make) wszystkich obecnych na zebraniu do opuszczenia sali (pokoju) na godzin~ przed koncern ? What .. at the meeti ng ?

7.Powiedz mi, kiedy Janek wroci. Mia! bye 06.00. Niemoiliwe, zeby 0 tym zapomniat. ~~ ,., '..,.,'..' , .back? He , at 6.00. , about it.

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17.Moim zdaniem nie powinienes zostawic dzieci w domu. Mogty spowodowa6 (cause) pozar, In my opinion " ..'~ ' "" .."" .." ..' ' " " ' "' , : .. They " .." , ," ,', , ,", " ,', , .. 18.Mowili szeptem (whisper), zeby nikt inny nic nie styszat. ........" .....,....." ...."." ..,......"" ....so ,....." .....,.." ..,....." ....." ....,', ....,', ....,", ....,...,,' 19,"Czy wiesz, do czego mu polrzebny samochoo ?" "Lepiej go zapytaj," "Do you know "·.;.", " "" ,, " ,', " "You , " ..:.., ,." .., " .." .., ·", " ,', " " ,',

B.Konstytucja 3 Maja, ktorej roczrice (anniversary) o.~cho?z~lis~y w tym roku, byla jedna z najbardziej demokratycznych konstytucJl na SWleCle. The 3rd May Constitution : we celebrated this year , ,",," , ·· · ·· : :.. in the world.

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S.Po tym jak zobaczyli, jak grat, natychmiast poprosili go, aby wzi[ll udzial w turnieiu. (don't use HOW) After ....., ,'.; '..' '.. ~.; :; , .' . '" . " they Immediately , . ," , , ,..:, .in the tournament.

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1D.Nie mam nic przeciwko temu, ze b~dq dyskutowac problemy polityczne pod warunkiem, ze nie bsdaie si~ krytykowae pana W. , , ,, " " " mind ,, , . on condition that ,, " ,,' ~": ' , ,. 11."Czytae ?" "Tak, prosze, ale zacznij odtrzeeiego paragrafu, dobrze _?" ......., ,..,.." " ?""Yes, , , ": , :' , " 12.To, co lubi~ najbardziej, to jazda samochodem.
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20,Jak tylko zdasz egzamin, daj mi zna6 i powiedz mi, czy pojdziemy do kina? As soon as ;;,: and teH'me · : : .. ...., " , " ; , , ,,', ,..' , ,:" , ,', to the movies.

TEST V (10 pkt. )
W tym tescle nalezy dokona6 niezbednych zmian (np. formy czasownikow) oraz dodac niezbedne slowa'(przedimki, przyimki) tak, aby utworzye poprawne zdania. Catosc utworzy list. przyklad: I/be/glad/receive/answer/my letter/soon/pdssible !.w.9,l!.{if.lf.EJ.g!.~r:!.,(q.r.EJ,q~M!.?n.?n$.w.EJr..(q./!Jy.!f!ff~r.f1§,~9.9.n,?$.p..9.9.9!k!e, Dear Sir or Madam, I visit/museum! Tuesday 2B June,
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13.lm predzej zaezriesz si~ uczye tym lepiej dla Ciebie. ~ie zostalo ouzo czasu. The , ,., " ,' for you , , .. ,, , , , " .much time " ,; ,', , ,' 14."Czy sadzisz, ze zrozumie reguly (rules) gry?" "Tak, sqdz~, ze sa wystarczajqco proste, aby je zrozumial." , " ' game?" "Yes, , th~~·:::::::::::::::::::::::~::::::::::::::::::::: ....,"', ..,", ....,..;.,..,." , , ;", ..understand," 15,"Kai pomalowac ten poko] na bialo." (don't u~e ORDER)

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TEST VI (20 pkt. )
W kazda z luk naleiy wpisac po jednym slowie. UWAGA ! Rozwiqzanie tego testu bedzie tatwiejsze, jesli przed przystqpieniem do rozwiqzywania przeczytasz ten teks! w caloscl, I remember a film, I forget what it was : (1), in which four people were interrogated about the (2) and life style of a women who had been· murdered. All of them had .:: (3) her well, but to (4) of them she presented a different ..: (5).The man who loved her ~' (6) her as amusing, intelligent and extravagant. The girl who had been (7) school with her said she was reserved, (8) to make friends and (9) to be mean. Her boss, whom she worked as a secretary, (10) her hardworking but dull, the last person to inspire passion, (11) alone murder. Her landlady said she was easy to get on (12), untidy and careless about money. "I always had to (13) her about the rent", she said, "but Il1I<edher. She was always cheerful and willing to lend a : (14) il.. (15) was in trouble." The interest of the film was not so (16) in who committed the murder, but in (17) it showed the way in which we all show different sides 01.. ~ (18) to different people. For most of us, this is not a conscious deceit but (19) a chameleon-like reaction, a form of self-

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INSTRUKCJA I KLUCZ
TEST I - po 1 pkt. za kaide dobre rozwi~zanie. 1A 20 3E 48 5G 6B 7A SB 9A 10B 11G 120 13E 14E 15C 16E 170 18G 19C 20E 210 220 23A 24B 25A 260 27B 2SG 29B 30A 31C 32E 33A 34G 350

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TEST II B - za kaide poprawne zdanie 1 pkt. 1 I don't share .... 2 to put-John in charge of that. 3 insisted on knowing .... 4 hardly ever goes .... 5.The ...don't scare me. . B.The error was due to.... 7.The years (have) robbed ...of beauty. a.He won't lei anyone (else) louch .... 9.lf he had learned more his English would've improved. 10.Are they in habit of talking . 1i.Nothing (ever) happens in . 12.Some people have no difficulty in learning .... 13.Everybody except him voted .... 14.1'd rather speak English than write it. 15.... not warm enough .... TEST III - za kazde poprawne rozwi~zanie 1 pkt. 1B 2G 3B 49'13 5C SA 7C S8
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TEST 11-za kaide poprawne uzupetnienie 1 pkt, 1.~Ke hasn't wrillen . 2 walking distance . 3 rather windsurf than sail. 4 more than ten years since I saw. 5.lf it hadn't been raining/hadn't rained, we would have seen .... 6 have farther to travel than Jane. 7 blame for losing/having lost. S he was hungry. 9 advice from the police to fit.... 10 she could study medicine there. 11 always easy to talk to. 12 they been all righVhealthy they would've taken lub ... they not been ill. .. 13 to let the patient smoke . 14 any point (in) persuading . 15 the strongest cigarettes you've got. 16 have a new suit made .... 17 rain stopped/prevented them from going. 18 much a problem of concept as of fact. 19 they offer/he is offered, more money it won'!... . 20 never knows ... , does one? 21 she feeL... 22 as not 10 wake/that he shouldn't wake .... 23 the only one to passlthaVtwo passed.

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TEST IV - za kazde poprawne przettumaczenie WE WSZYSTKICH FRAGMENTACH TESTOWANYCH przyznajemy 1 pkt. 1 he had spent more time on learning. 2 house hasn't been lived in.... 3 you would've liked the performance ...the actors sang worse than usual. 4.00n't let him go ...there will be many people ...who(m) he shouldn't talk .... 5.00n't try to ...don't remember how much this ring cost/was. 6.... made all those present Ieave the room one hour before the end. 7.Tell me when John will be was to be/have been ....... He can't (ew. couldn't) have lorgollen: ... 8.... whose anniversary/the anniversary of which was one of the most democratic constitutions.... ,j 9.... they had seen him play ... asked him to take part .... 10.1don't mind their discussing political problems ... Mr. W isn't criticized. 11."Shalll read? Yes, please (do), but begin from the third paragraph, will you ?" 12.what I like best/most is driving (a car). 13.... sooner you begin to learn the better .... There isn't ... lett. 14.00 you think (that) he'll understand the rules of the ... ,I do, they're simple snough lor him to .... 15.Have this room painted white. 16.1I's; time you stopped pretending (that) you learn ... began to think .... 17.... you shouldn't have left children at home. 18.They whispered ...that nobody else could hear them. 19 what he needs that car for? ... had better ask him. 20 you have passed ...Iet me know ... if/whether we'll go .... TEST V" za kaide absolutnie poprawne zdanie 1 pkt. 1.1visited your museum with my two nephews on Tuesday 28 June. 2.1was very surprised that I had to pay a total $6 to gain admission to the museum. 3.1am sure that when I last visited the/your museum two years ago admission was completely free. " 4.Perhaps the/your museum is obliged to charge (in order) to cover its costs. 5.However, it has not improved its service to the public in any way. 6.1noticed (that) the museum cafe was still not open an hour after the museum itself opened. 7.when I took my nephews to the cafe we found (that) the coffee was nearly cold and cakes were not fresh.

8. Moreover, many 01 the exhibits were not in working order and several parts of the museum were/had been closed. 9.1 also observed that the museum shop only sells/sold guide·books in English although/(even) though many foreign tourists come to Lincoln. 10.ln return for the admission free I think the public is entitled to a higher standart of service. TEST VI - za kaide poprawne rozwiqzanie 1 pkt. Oczywiscia, jesli rozwiqzanie sugerowane przez ucznia bedzle gramatycznie logicznie "pasowac" do tekstu, mimo ze bedzie inne nlz proponowane w kluczu rowniez przyznajemy 1 pkt. 1 - called 2 - character 3 - known 4· each 5 - side, lace, picture 6 - saw, knew 7 -at, to 8 - slow 9 - included 10 - found, thought SKALAOCEN 130 -150 = bdb 120·129 = bdb minus 110 - 119 = db plus 100 -109 = db 90 - 99 = dost plus 80 - 89", dost 11 -let 12 - with 13 - remind' 14 - hand 15 -anyone 16· much 17 - how 18 - ourselves 19 - rather, almost, more 20 - sense, feeling

ZESTAW II TEST I {35 pkt. }
Wybierz jedno stowo lub fraz{l, kt6re najlepiej uzupetnia kazde ~dani~. Zak~e~l wyrainie k6tkiem liter{l, przy kt6rej znajduje si{l poprawne rozwazame. lstmeje L~lko jedna mozliwosc poprawnego wyboru. Przyktad: Ch.Dickens ........ in 1870 A die B death

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14.The alarm ........ and the police realised that there was an intruder in the empty house. A set off B rang off C turned off . 0 went off E switched off tS.The manufacturers advertise a new ........ of washing powder. A mark ./ B make C brand 0 pack E box 16.1paid a lot of money, but got very little for it. So from my point of view it wasn't a good . A exchange B deal Crate 0 value E interest 17.1bought this tie because the colours ........ the colou rs of the shirt. A suit B fit C agree 0 match E correspond 18.ln today's newspaper it ........ that oil has been discovered near Karlino A says B writes C advertises 0 remarks E notices 19.The accident was terrible because there was no doctor ........ to help. A in hand B on hand C by hand 0 within hand E out of hand 20.11you put money in the bank for a year, you get about ......... A 80% profit B 80 percent C 80% increase 0 80% interest E percentage of 80

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S.John wasn't sure if the medicine would make his hair,grow again, but he decided to give it a(n) ......... A attempt' B try C effort 0 experiment E turn 6.The ........ watching the tennis match on TV complained that it was so late. J A viewers B audience C public 0 watchers E spectators 7.There are many ways to cook fish; one 01 the best is to ........ slowly· in a dish in the oven. A roast B fry C bake

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21.11both trade unions in the strike cannot reach an agreement, then the Chairman must be called in 10 ......... A decide -. B arbitrate C compromise 0 choose E settle . , 22.I'm making YO~jeSPonSible for this project. ~Iease see ........ it that it is finished on time. . A to B into C lor D at E on 23.He wanted to help his mother, so he ........ Ihe table. A laid B lay C lain 0 layed 24.My TV set is out of order, which is a . A trouble '/ B nuisance C worry

33.The change in timetable will ...... people having to catch an earlier train. A mean B result C cause 0 reason E lead 34.Almos! all essential food had to be in Poland in 1981-83 A divided B rationed C proportioned 0 separaledJ(E portioned 35.They didn't plan to stay in the same hotel as the the Joneses, it was just a(n) .... A coincidente B accident C chance D happening Ecase

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TEST II A (30 pkt.)
Dokoncz kazde zdanie w ten spos6b, aby znaczenie Twojego zdania bylo takie samo jak zdania oryginalnego. Przykfad: Does this book belong 10 you? {~.(fJi.f?k(](]ky'Q.I!.f$. ? The photographs are quite different from the actual holiday location. 1.These picture have ·

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. Stowo/s.to~a wydruko~ane duiymi lilerami nalezy uiyc w zdaniu utworzonym przez Cle~le tak, aby Jego znaczenie byto takie samo jak znaczenie zdania orygi~arneg?Nle wolno dokonywac zadnych zmian w slowach wydrukowanych duiymi hteramJ.

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. W kaidy~ z 20 .Przy~ladow jeden z czterech wyborow (a, b, c, d) jest niepoprawny. Zakresl k6!kiem hter~, przy kt6rej znajduje si~ niepoprawne rozwiazanle, Przyktad: That car is ........ ours. A very similar to @very

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12."The new curtains are lovely I"" ........ " A Yes, aren't they? B Are they? C Yes, are they? D Yes, they are. i3.Every country in Europe has a pollution problem ......... the state 01rivers and lakes is causing concern. A ln case of Poland B In Poland's case C In Poland D In the case of Poland i4.Most of them work . A a 35 hour week B 35 hours per week C a 35 hours'week D 35 hours a week

7.This article deals with the ........ developments in nuclear medicine. A newest B latest C most recent D last 8 I There's a hole in the floorboards. A Look as you're going B Watch out C Be careful D Mind your step

i5."I've just won 1000000 zl in Toto." " ........ " A No kidding? B Congratulations! C Good luck! D Seriously? i6.Tom's lelling some of his friends try out his new bicycle. He asks:" A Whose turn is it B Who's next C Who hasn't had a go yet D Who's following i7.He has always treated me . A friendly B like a friend C with kindness D kindly i8.Nobody voted against that, ........ ? A I take it B did they C I am right D isn't that so ?"

9.We don't go there ......... A now B any more C any longer D any furthe r 1O.Each child in the family ........ one of the pets. . A takes care of B is responsible for C looks aner o is charged with ii.Football is popular . A all over the world B in the whole world Cworldwide D throughout the world

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5.Chciatbym wiedziec, dlaczego zmuszono (make) go do napisania takiego okropnego Hstu. I'd like 10 know : .Ie1ler. 6."~iekawe, gdzie on jest ?" "Powinien wrocie pol godziny temu." "Moi:liwe, ie mlat wypadek." "I wonder... ...... .................. ....... ...... .................................... ?" "He . . ............................................... ago." "He "

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TEST IV (20 pkt. )
Uzupetnij podane poniiej numaczenla zdari na j. angielski. Nie wolno zmleniac niczego we lragmentach zdan podanych jui w j. angielskim. Uzupetnlsri nalei:y dokonywac tylko w miejscach wykropkowanych. Przyklad: tatwo go zrozurriec, ponlewaz rnowl bardzo wyrainie. He.. !$.. easy .!.Q..I.!!J!:f.~rR.(E!!J.r:f. because .h~.$p.~?Ni..'o!f!!yJti$.tilJ.q,t!y.. I.Wolalbym, abys nasl~pnym razem podrozowal samolotem, kiedy bedziesz jechal do Londynu. Jest to duzo bezpieczniejsze. ...... .rathe r the next lim e you 10 London.lt's much safer. 2.Szkoda,ze nikt mnie nie spotkal na Victoria Station, gdy pojechalem do Londynu po raz pierwszy. It only Victoria Station the first
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TEST V (10 pkt. )
W tekscie nalezy dokonac nlezbednych zmian (np.formy czasownik6w) oraz dodac nlezbedne slowa (przedimki, przyimki) tak, aby utworzy6 poprawne zdania. Calose utworzy list.

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INSTRUKCJA I KLUCZ
TEST I - za kazde dobre rozwlazanis po 1 pkt. IE 2A 3C 4C 5B 6A 7C BC 9C 100 11E l2E 13A 140 15C 16B 170 lBA 19B 200 21B 22A 23A 24B 25B 26A 27C 2BE 29E 30A 310 32E 33A 34B 35A

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TEST VI (20 pkt. )
W kaid'l z luk naleiy wpisac po jednym sfowie. UWAGA I Rozwi'lzanie tego testu b~dzie latwiejsze, jesli przed przystaplenem do rozwi'lzywania przeczytasz ten tekst w cal asci. Customs officers at london Airport yesterday (1) $100000 .................... (2) of drugs which were being smuggled into Britain in . (3) labelled "Urgent Medical SuppJies".The authorities have suspected for . ............... (4) time that drugs were being broughl lnto the country in this . .................... (5).The operation is believed to be work 01 a (6) organised international gang. Four men were arrested al the airport and (7) lor questioning, but it is unlikely that they are the (8). In lact they said they were (9) of what the boxes contained and had acted in good .. ................. (10) in bringing them into Britain. This is third time (11) six mounths that (12) have been made to smuggle illegal goods .. ................ (13) Customs by declaring them to be medical supplies.They are frequenlly , (14) in special containers. "We are (15) to put a .. .................. (16) to this practice", said oneal the customs officers today. "There is ...................... (17) way these people are going to gel .: (18) with this ...................... (19) longer. We have the (20) co-operation of Interpol."

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TEST II A - za kazde poprawne uzupefnienie 1 pkt. 1 nothing in common with ... 2 being seventy ... 3 you didn't invite '4 I had a new ... 5 did you being/start reading 6 not go ... 7 that Mr Smith is called ... B surprised if he got. .. 9 as not to be late ... 10 il since they used ... 11 had his eyes tested ... 12 reminded me to/that I needed to 13 until 1 a.m. thai they went. .. 14 forward to going on ... 15 01 his terrible ... 16 as much rain in ...than there is... 17 the pupils stay at school until 2 p.m. 18 may have to pay for ... 19 facto ry's !immediate closurelof the factory 20 Iet parents choose . 21. he should complain . 22 than anything else . 23 well they'd played . 24 us not quarrel...

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TEST IV - za kazde zdanie poprawnie przetlumaczone WE WSZYSTKICH FRAGMENTACH TESTOWANYCH przyznajemy 1 pkt. 1.I'd ...you travelled by air ... go ... 2 I had been meUthere had been, somebody to meet me ... time, I went ... 3 what he'd like to do in the evening ... he didn't feel like staying at home but didn't feel like going ... either. 4.00n't pretend (that) you don't know how old your girU~oy friend is. 5 he was made to write such a terrible ... 6 , he is now .... should have come back/returnedlbenn back half an hour .... ... may have had an accident. 7.The more often/frequently (ew.oftener) this problem is discussed the less is (being) done ... 8.... whose lOth anniversary/the toih anniversary of which we shall/will celebrate this year was one of the most brutal forms of war against (the) nation. S.I won't mind ... coming ... alcohol isn't drunk/no alcohol is drunk 10.... he had heard her sing ... asked her to sing ... 11."Shalll open the window?" "..., please (do), ... only a little (bit), will you ?" 12.What always surpries me is his optimism . 13.... what he needs so much money for? better not lend it to him. 14.Go to the barber and have your hair cut is too long. 15... , you talked to ...yet ? 16.1t's ... time people stopped discussing and began to work. 17 of the politicians, who took part in the discussion convinced me 18 switched/turned off the TV so thaUin order that ... shouldn't disturb ... who was learning English. IS .... may (ew.might) have said it ... can't (ew.couldn't) have done it. 20We have just learned, ... because of whom, we had to stay ... wouldn't be able to come.

TEST II B - za kazde poprawne rozwiazanie 1 pkt. 1. I convinced them that they should ... 2. It shows that what he said was true. 3. He's a tai~y tall boy. 4.... is used to working ... 5. John wasn't to blame for what happened. 6. There's no need to complain ... 7. I have no objection to paying. . S. Are you in agreement with them (that) ... S. I'd rather you waited ... . 10. John owes me 30$ for the trousers he bought. 11. John's accident is never spoken of/about 12. There's no way out of ... 13. John can't have done it 14.1 won't you forgel about ... 15.1f he had passed ... he would've become ... TEST III : za kazde poprawne rozwiazanle 1 pkt. lC 2C 3A 4B 5A 68 70 SA SO 100 lIB 12C 13A 14C 15C 160 17A IBC 190 20B

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TEST V - za kaide absolutnie poprawne zdanie 1 pkt. 1.1am writing to you to say how dissatisfied I was with the holiday from which I have just returned. 2.The holiday in Marvel was booked with/through your company in January. 3.1understand that my husband, my/our two children and I would spend/would be spending fourteen days at Grand Hotel in Marvel. 4.We chose Grand Hotel because it had a private swimming pool, was near the beach and offered a baby-siUing service for children.

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ZESTAW III TEST I
Za ten test, kt6ry sklada si~ z 4 subtest6w, maksymalna ilo56 punkt6w wynosi 50 - stanowi to ok. 33%

Test I A ~20 pkt.

Dokoncz kaide zdanie w ten spos6b, aby jego znaczenie byto takie samo jak zdania oryginalnego. Przyktad: Does Ihis book belong to you? {~.ttti$.li.Q.Q.*-y.rmr$. ? t.The manager said the work must be finished by Sp.m. The manager insisted on Ihe
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Test I C -10 pkt.
, . W miejsca puste wstaw slowo lub fraz~ tak, aby zdanie w ten spos6b utworzone tworzyto logicznq calosc gramatycznie poprawna Przykfad: When you go to America, grm:t.t9.(gf!t.tQ.w.((t~.(9..m?

Test I B -10 pkt.
S.lowo wydr.ukowan~ duzymi literami naleiy uiyc w zdaniu tak, aby jego znaczeme byto takle samo jak znaczenie zdania oryginalnego. Przyklad: You can enter the museum over there. IENTRANCE!

1."II's rather hot in here." "Why 2.He never thinks of

your coat?" but himself.

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3."I've got a terrible pain in my stomach." "If ...................................................................................................... 4.Unless you read the instructions you ~.:; : ................................................................................................. 5."1was late for work again this morning" ."1can't think ......................................................................................................... S."You should face when I told him what Mary had said about him." 7.As I'd only seen him once before ....................................................................................................... a.Although I went to the airport in the last moment, ..................... :: 9."1 hope you will accept a cheque." "1. .................. " 10.1 rarely go skiing in March unless " :

.. to the doctor's." .. idea of what to do. ; . .a bit earlier." John's

3.So far/lIvisitflen dilferent schools/but none/come up/expectations

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5.1/like/school/which/glve/plenty/oral letters.

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he looked like.

6.You /know/any such school?

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Test I D ·10 pkt.
dokona6 nlezbednyoh zmian /np. formy czasownik6w/ oraz doda6 niezbedne slowa, lak aby z kaidego z 10 zbior6w utworzyc poprawne zdania. Catosc utworzy list. Przyktad: I/be/glad/receive/answer/my

w tym tescle naleiy

9 .l/be/gratefu~if you/help me/fi ndlrig hi school, 1O.I/Iook/forward/hear/you/early

.............................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................
Jan Kowalski convenience .

I. w.auld b.t;, g/nrJ./iJ.r.e.cniy.~,iw.answnr.lo. /JJf./~tt~r.ns. saan .as Ilo.s.sible, ...
Dear Sir,

letter/soon/possible.

TEST 11 '
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1,I/wonder/if you/able/help me?

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Za ten test, kt6ry sklada sle z 2 subtest6w, maksymalna Hose punk16w wynosi 40 - stanowi to ok. 27%

2.11100kfor/suitable/school of English/at which/learnllanguage/two

months

Test II A· 20 pkt.
Zakresl wyrainie k6tkiem liter~, przy kt6rej znajduje sif;l poprawna odpowiedi. I~t" neje tylko jedna rnozliwosc poprawnego wyboru.

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Przykfad: He ... to England. A never was C been never

® has never been
Dwas never

10."Whom shall we take with us, John?" "Let's lake Mary, ... ?" A let we B shall we D let us not C don't we 11.As far as I know they have two sons, John and Martin. John is .... A the elder B the oldest Colder D oldest 12."He went to the barber yesterday." "Oh! I see. That's why he .... " A has his hair cut B made his hair cut D cut his hair C got cut his hair 13."lt's six already. Can't we start now?" "No, not now. We can the moment .... A they will arrive B they arrive C they will be arriving D they arrived
u

1.You looked at me so angrily at the party. I was quite frightened. You ... to kill me. B should have wanted A would have wanted C may have wanled . D might have wanted 2.1wish you .... to our party lomorrow. A will come Bcome C were coming D will be coming 3.1fyou ... Betty, give her my love. A shall see C might see 4.1don't think we should wait for them any longer. They ... that we are here, waiting for them A mayforgel C may be forgot

B should see Dwill see

14.John's position in the office has become stronge r since we ... his closest friend

B might forget
D may have forgolfen

5."f'd like to have a cup of coffee." "Can you tell me ... one? " A where 10 get B where might I get C where would I get D where can I get 6."What did she tell you? ""She said ... lend Ihis book to anyone ." A she'll rather not B she'd rather not C she wouldn't rather C she hadn't rather 7."1saw him at the party yesterday." "That's very strange, I didn't think he ... back from England." A will come B is to come C was to come D is coming B."Did he tell you what nationality he was?" "No, he didn't want to tell me ... " A what country does he come from B from what country does he come C from what country comes he D what country he comes from 9."What did they ask you ?" "They asked me ... ?" A whom I thought was a thief B who I thought a thief was C who I thought was a thief D who did I think was a thief

10 be our manager. A have chosen C chose

B 'd chosen . D 'd chose

15."1don't know who did it. But ... as he was in Warsaw on business then, I'm sure." A it can't be John C it might not be John B it is not possible was John D it couldn't have been John_

16.He is in a very bad condition now. He .... aftermuch earlier, when he began loosing his weight. A should have looked C should have been looked 17.1don't like ... don't look straight in the face. A people which B people who 18.She's listening to him ... the story of his life. A telling C and telling . B should look D should have been looking

B such people who D such people which

B to tell D and is telling

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-19."You see, the house ... are being painted has belonged to Mr.Smith for more than twenty three years." B front walls of whose A which front walls o whose front walls C that front walls 20.Martin says: "I've still got .... " A something, that I don't need C something what I don't need 6.Mozliwe, ze to powiedzial, ale niemoiliwe, ieby to irobit. He
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7.Nie wiedzialem, ze nikt z was nigdy nie ezytal iadnej sztuki Szekspira. I didn't know Shakespeare. 8.Czy przypadkiem nie pamietasz, gdzie i kiedy go spotkalismy? ............................................................. happen 9.Pozwolono mu Wyjechac do Anglii pod warunkiem, ze bedzie przysylaJ listy raz w tygodniu. He . 1O.Wiesz co? Jesli oni tam nie idq, nie chodimy lam rowniez. You know what?
,.U ••••• H •••••• H ••• U ••••• U ·•••••••••• U

. B something, which I don't need o something I don't need

Test II B - 20 pkt.
UzupetnU podane nize] tlumaczenia zdari na j~zyk angielskL Nie wolno zrnienlac niczego we Iragmentach zdan podanych jui w j~zyku angielskim. Uzupelnieri wolno dokonywaclylko w miejscach wykropkowanych. Przyktad: r.atwo go zrozumee, poniewai mowi bardzo wyrainie. He ./$. easy ..t9..Umi@mtiWg. because .b.~.${l~.<}ff~.y.$.ry,Jl.i$ti(!fi.tIy. 1. To, ie zaakceptowates ich propozycle, oznacza, ze bedziesz musial jeidzi6 duzo dalej do pracy. Your means your . ............................................................................................ much farther to work. 2.Jak tylko z nim porozmawiasz, zadzwori do mnie i powiedz, kiedy badzlssz mogl do mnie przyjechac. As soon as . when to me. 3.Gdybys nie byla kobleta, ten mlody instruktor nie bylby wczoraj laki mity. If this young instructor .. .............................................................................................................. yesterday. 4.0tworzyl okno powoli aby nie obudzic dziecka, kiore spalo bardzo mocno. He so .. .......................................................... the baby who asleep. 5.Powinni odrabiac teraz lekcje, ale poriewaz nie otwierajll drzwi, to widocznie wyszlL They their homework, but since .................................................................................. they ..

..

on condition that aweek.

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11.1m dluze] ucze si~ angielskiego, tym bardziej zdaj~ sobie spraw~ z lego, ie powinienem zaczac uczyc sie, kiedy bylem malym dzieckiem . ............................................................................................ English . .............................................. .realise . . when I was a little child. 12.Z powodu wojny na Bliskim Wschodzie jest coraz mniej benzyny a musimy za nill placic coraz wi~cej. Because of ·..··..·..··..·..······· .
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tym, jak Piotr si~ zachowywal na tym przythe way Peler
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14."Dlaczego Janek nie odpowiada?" "Nie ma go." "Drzwi sa zamknate.' ''Why ?" "
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An

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15.Ledwie mowi po angielsku, chociai uczy si~ go ad przynajmniej 10 lat. ..................................................................... English although

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16.W czerwcu przysztego roku minillrzy lata, jak uczy si{l angielskiego. ................................................................................................................... 17.To jest wtasnie to, a czym marzyiem, kiedy bytem mtodym chtopcem. ........................................................................................................ 18.Jak jui przeczytasz t{l ksi'lik{l, czy poiyczysz mi jq? Once .................................................................................................. a young boy. years.

....................................... (10) of the trees as they venture from one small town to .. (11).They hug the mountain (12) and river banks, and wander (13) the village, swinging around so as . .................. (14) to miss the best views. I am not the (15) enthusiast for the Italian Highway system.Charles Dickens wrote: "There is .. ....................... (16) in Italy more beautiful to me (17) the coast TOad between Genoa and Spezia " and, though the (1 S) of a century has considerably altered the road, (19) is easy to understand why he was (20) attracted to thai pleasant stretch of coastline . VENTURE = take the risk of, expose to, danger or loss HUG = put the arm round tightly esp. to show love WANDER", go from place to place without any special purpose

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.. me?

Test III B ·40 pkt.
Zakresl wyraznie kolkiem liter~, przy ktorej znajduje si~ slowo/slowa, ktore stanowi najlepsze lub jedyne poprawne uzupelnienie. przyklad: I don't have a job, I'm .... A lonely B sick C unused

19.Mogtby si~ nie obudzlc na sniadanie, gdyby nie zastukala do drzwi.

20.Mimo, ze mieszka w Anglii ad paru tat i mowi po angielsku catkiem dobrze, nle maze sie przyzwyczaic do lego, ze go Iraklujq w ten' sposob, Although . ........................... quite well : get used 10 . .............................................................................................................. like that.

D workless

®unemployed

t.The next ... of "Dynastia" will be shown next Tuesday at S p.m. A part B programme C serial D portion E episode ,

2.1 have no brothers or sisters, I'm ... child.
A single B unique .Cone 3.The meeting will begin at 6 p.m ..... A on time B sharp C exact

TEST III
Za ten test, klOry sklada si{l z 2 subtsstow, maksymalna ilose punktow wynosi 60 - stanowi to ok. 40%

Da

E an only

D accurate

E immediately

Test III A . 20 pkt.

W kaid'l z luk naleiy wpisae po jednym slowie. UWAGA ! Napisanie tego testu bedzle tatwiejsze, jesJi przed przystapieniem do rozwiqzywania przeczytasz ten tekst w calosci. For ~ (1) of reasons my imagines of Italy (2) to be dominated by (3) of roads and the journeys t have made ........ , (4) them. The wide autostrads, major highways .; (5) sweep majestically across the landscape as (6) to demonstrate that the Italians of (7) know as much (S) keep to the

4.My work's get worse and worse. Unless ... I'll fail my exams in summer. A I get well B I increase C I get back D I'm well E I improve 5.The TV announcer apologised for the breakdown and said that the normal service would be ... as soon as possible. A repeated B resumed C recovered D continuous E returned 6.lf you come to England it will be a good ... for you to improve your English. A possibility B experience C opportunity D advantage E probability
1;1

7. As he was passing the factory, he thought he'd just ... to see that everything was O.K. A look into B look at C look in ,0 look up E look on 8."Please ... your hand if you want to ask the teacher a question ." A rise B lift C pull 0 raise E push 9.lt wouldn't do you any ... to get up a bit earlier. A hurt B injury C damage 0 harm 10.When John telephoned me, I couldn't hear what he was .... A speaking B telling C saying 0 talking 11.I never wear brown because it doesn't ... me. A match B fit C like D agree 12.That pop-group are going to make ... recording next week. A a live B an alive C on life D a living 13.1 the distance they heard the church clock ... at midnight. n A ring B strike C beat 0 hit

20.John forgot to ... the bath taps, so now the water is overflowing. A shut off B put off C push off 0 turn off . E switch off 21.Actors have to ... a play before they give a public performance. A rehearse B repeat C prepare D reproduce E practise 22.Would you like milk or water ... the meal. A with B for C to

Don

Eat

Eill 23.The telephone operator said he would put the caller ... when the line is free. A over B through C in D forward E up E discussing 24.Today's football match has been ... because oUhe bad weather. Theywill play next Saturday instead. A cancelled B crossed C postponed D put away E broken away 25.These twins are so alike that I can never ... the difference between them. A find B decide C make D tell E say 26.lt's ... whether he'll be able to come as his wife is ill. A improbable 8 question C likely D impossible 27.lt will do you ... to have a holiday. A splendid B great C fine

E suit

E a life

E sound

E doubtful Ewell

14.l've decided to make a ... across Europe this summer by car. A travel B voyage C crossing 0 journey E package tour 1S.when I inherited my grandfather's flat once I didn't need to live in it myself. I ... it to my friend for only 200000 zl a month. A let B rented C hired 0 lent E borrowed 16.The ... between Poland and the rich countries is increasing rapidly. A distance B space C interval Dlenght E gap . 17."May I borrow your pen, John ?''''I seem to have ... mine at home." A forgotten Blast Cleft 0 missed E kept 18."Have you seen a glass anywhere,John ?" "We seem to be one .... " A lack B short C needed D less E borrowed 19.The post ... hadn't arrived by 10 o'clock. A still B yet C nevertheless

o good

28.ll's always better to make an educated ... than to leave it blank. A attempt 8 chance C guess 0 try E thought 29.The ... in the east of Poland is very rich and fertile. A ground B earth C soil 0 land 30.I'm afraid I really couldn't eat any more.l'm .... A satisfactory 8 filled up C eaten up 0 full up 31.which ... of cigarettes do you usually smoke, John? A make B sort C mark D brand 32.We couldn't eat the meat because it had .... A gone off B gone away C gone out

E patch

E fed up

E class

0 gone over

E gone out off

0 already

E even

33.15there anything ... you'd like me to do for you? Ayet B else C more D again

INSTRUKCJA I KLUCZ
Estill TEST I A - za kazde zdanie, kt6re musi bye poprawne zar6wno pod wzgl~dem gramatycznym jak i logicznym, przyznajemy 1f1edenJpunkt. Oczywisole naleiy uznae, jesli sa poprawne, wersje podane przez ucznia, nawet jesli Sl'j r6ine ad klucza. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 work being finished foreign language differently from the waylhow I did not give up yet of his lack 01experience, he got... . improved afterlwhen Ifhad/stopped smoking so long since ... him passing ... of the shops ARE ... are more difficult to teach than ... the weather is bad/it rains, I'll ... better see ... else need be/needs to be brought. in mending the car; have been John's wife you to have your eyes tested. is/far/too expensive for us to buy. you didn't tell.. the right way to~n the right direction for ... as easy to learn Polish as it is to/as difficult to learn English as it is to learn ... don't we go ...

34.washing-up has become so much easier since we bought a .... Awash disher B dish washer C dish machine D disher E washing disher 35.The police, despite very careful ... don't know who the murderer is. A searches B 100 kings C looks for D seeks E enquiries 36.Will you ... John to bring his camera tomorrow? A remember B recoliect C recall D remind

E say

37.1'dlike to ... the holiday arrangements once more before we leave. A go over B go by C go on D go for E go about 38.The Director of the Company ... some figures in front of him. A announced B quoted C said D told E spoke 3S.He was ... with robbery. A arrested B imprisoned

C charged

D accused

E hold

40.when my father died, I had no ... but to leave shool and get job. A possibility B chance C hope D reason E choice

TEST I B - za kazde zdanie przyznajemy po 1 punkcie, jesli jest ana logicznie i gramatycznie poprawne. Oczywiscie naleiy uznac za poprawne wersje podane przez ucznia ,jesli sa poprawne - mimo, ie mogq r6inie si~ od klucza. t.lt's no USE trying to ... 2.There was little POSSIBILITY that John knew the answer. 3.What is the REASON for locating ... 4.The audience takes an active PART. 5.what time are they SHOWING: .. 6.He wasn't well ENOUGH to ... 7.1OBJECT to doing it ... 8.There was no NEED for him to ...

9. It would be WORTH /while/ buying 10.1 can't EXPLAIN why he behaved like IhaUhis behaving. TEST I C - za kazde poprawne zdanie przyznajemy po 1 punkcia.Ponize) s'!tylko sugestie, jak nalezy zdanie uzupetnic. Jesli uzupetnienia dokonane przez ucznia s,! inne, ale LOGICZNIE i GRAMATYCZNIE tworz,! koherentne zdanie, przyznajemy 1 punk!. 1 2 3 4 5
6

TEST II A - za kazde poprawne rozwazanle przyznajemy -1 pkt. 1-0 2-C 3-B 4-0 5-A 6-B 7-C B-O 9-C 10-8 11-A 12-A 13-8 14-C 15-0 16-C 17-C 18-A 19-0 20-0

7
8 9

10

don't you take off ... anybody/anyone/buUhimself. 1 were you I'd go /you want my advice go/you ask me, you should go ... will have no/won't have any ... you don't get uplleave home/start ouUset oul... have seen ... I couldn'tremember whal... I managed to get a... 've run of cash. the weather is/the snow is/conditions are ...

TEST II B - za kazda zdanie poprawnie przetlumaczone WE WSZY~TKICH FRAGMENTACH TESTOWANYCH! jedynie Ie si~ liczql przyzaJemy - 1 pkt. 1
2

TEST I D - za kazde poprawne zdanie przyznajemy po 1 punkcie. 1.1wonder if you would be able to help me? 2.1 have been looking for a suitable school at which to learn language for two months now. 3.So far I have visited ten different schools but none came/has come up to my expectations. 4.They are/were either too expensive or don't Ididn'Udo noUdid not provide a varied enough syllabus. S.I'd like a shoal which gives/gave plenty of oral practice and shows/showed students how to write business letters. 6.00 you know any such school? 7.lt should/must not be far from central London. 8.1n my opinion many schools don't have proper facilities.1lhink all schools should lought to have language laboratories. 9.1 shouldiwould be grateful if you wouldfcould help me Ito /find the right school. 10.1 look forward to hearing from you at your early /earliest convenience. Jan Kowalski

having accepted ... havi ng to goltravel you talk/have talked when you will be able to ... 3.... you were notlweren't wouldn't have been 4.... so that he shouldn't wake{so as not to wake ... fast asleep 5.... should be doing must have lefUgone out 6.... may have said it can'Vcouldn't have done it 7 none of you had ever read any play by Shakespeare 8 Don't you ... where and when we met him 9.... was allowed 10 .... he will send ... twice 10.... if they don't go let us noVlet's not ewentualnie: don't let us go .... 11.... The long er ... the more Should have started .... 12.... There is less and less .... more and more 13.... else can/may be said behaved at.... 14.... doesn't John answer He isn't in. The door is .... 15.... He can hardly speak any/hardly speaks any .... has been learning it for at leas! ....

16.... will have been learning/will have learned for.... : 17.... This is what/It is what . I was dreaming about . 18.... you have read .... will you lend 11 me ? to 19.... He could have NOT woken .... hadn't banged/knocked .... ,20 .... has lived/has been living .... being treated .... TEST 111A - za kaide prawidfowe uzupelnienie przyznajemy po jednym punkcie. Oczywiscie, jesli odpowiedi ucznia jest inna niz podana w kluczu, ale "pasuje" w danym przypadku, rowniei przyznajemy 1 punk!. . 1.numberlvariely/lot 2.seem/appear 3.lots/dozens/hundreds/memories 4.along/by/on 5.whichlthat 6.if/though 7.today 8.about/of/concerning 9.Also/Additionally/Fu rtlhemore 1.0.shade/line/edges 11.another 12.sides 13.through 14.not 15.only/greatest 16.nowhere 17.than 18.passing 19,it 20.so/greatly

SKALAOCEN
84-94 95 -104 105 - 114 115-124 125 - ... dostateczny dostateczny plus dobry dobry plus bardzo dobry

TEST III B - po 1 punkcie za kaid~ prawidfow~ odpowiedi. 1- E 2-E 3-8 4-E 5-8 6-C 7-C 8-D 9-D 10 - C 11 - E 12 - A 13 - 8 14 - D 15-A 16 - E 17-C 18 - B 19 - A 20 - D 21 - A 22 -A 23- 8 24-C 25- D 26- E 27 - D 28 - C 29 - C 30 - D 31 - D 32 -A 33 - B 34 - 8 35 - E 36 - D 37 -A 38 - B 39 -C 40- E
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ZESTAW IV TEST 1- (40 pkt.)
Wybierz stowo/a, kt6re najlepiej uzupetnialjq kaide zdanie.lakresl wyraznie k61· kiem liter~, przy kt6rej znajduje si~ poprawne rozwiqzanie. lstnieje tylko jedna moiliwoS6 poprawnego wyboru. Przyktad: Ch.Oickens ... on 7 February 1812. A born Bbore C birth

1i.John decided to do an additional ... in computer programming. . A course B subject C career 0 selection E enolce i2.Mary is.suffering from a(n) ... of influenza. A infection B outbreak C break

o attak

Esymptom

® was born

E is born E interc.hange

13.Nobody lives on that island because there is no source of .., water A sweet B clean C drink 0 fresh E good i4.The ambulance men administered first ... to the injured. A help B assistance C aid 0 cure E treatment

t.John went to the bank to ... his zlotys into dollars. A exchange B convert C change 0 turn 2.The school clock isn't .... A timely . B precise

i5.Mary's son ,John ,missed 3 weeks of school because he was ill and then had C right

o correct
0 injury

E sharp

lots to .... A pick up

B catch up with

C do homework

0 get down to E find out

3.The storm did great ...to the trees in the park. A harm B waste C destruction 4."What does this notice ... ?" A write B print

E demage

i6.The house has been ... since the owner died last year. . A unpopulated B uninnhabited C loose 0 unoccuped 17.1suggest ... an hour earlier this Friday. A to finish B the finish C to end 18.That college has a high .... A name B opinion

E free

Ctell

o say

Espeak

0 the end

E finishing Equality

5.The manager told us that a great ... of money was missing. A lot B quantity C supply 0 deal 6.He gave me ... advice about what to say in the interview. A plenty 01 B lot of C some of 0 an 7.You'd ....hurry up or else you'll be late. A be B better C rather

E number E a lots of

C value

o reputation
0 strongly

19.My friend, John, was ." ill last autumn but, fortunately, is now making a slow recovery. A criticaly B fatally C deeply E definitely

o prefer
0 notices

E ought to

8.John switched on the radio to catch the latest .... A audition B programmes C broadcasts

20.How much do they ... for installing entry-phones in your block of flats? A request B charge Clost 0 require E demand 2i.There are still a great many people in different parts ot the world who suffer... malaria. A of B with C on 0 from E by E prefer

E news

9.1thought 1was late but 1realised my watch ten minutes .... A ahead B in advance C fast 0 slow

E early

iO.This Chinese restaurant has been ... recommended in the guide-books. A mainly B extremely C very 0 highly E mostly

22.1... chocolate to oranges. A 'd rather B 'd better

C like

o wan!

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23.I'd like to take this ... of wishing you all the best of luck with your exams. A chance B occasion C opportunity 0 possibility E situation 24.lfyou keep trying you might ... to do it. A understand B discover C manage

36.He had a very bad cold and when 1took his temperature, it was 2 degrees above .... A usual B normal C regular 0 ordinary E average 37.John Smith is going to ... the question of car parking at the meeting. A arouse B lift C arise 0 rise E raise 38."Could you please ... an appointment for me to see Mr.Smith ?" A manage B auend C do 0 arrange E take 39.1 ... him to arrive in time for dinner. A hope for B attend C think 40.As he was iII,he had to ... the party. A miss B fail C avoid

o succeed

. E know

25.This is a photograph of the school I ... when I lived in London. A took B joined C went 0 learned 26.The temperature yesterday was about ... for this time of year. A normal B middle C moderate 0 average

E attended

Elevel

27.Buses and tramways are the most popular forms of public ... in this town. A communication B transport C traffic 0 travelling E transfer 28.The bank manager ... me to open a deposit account as soon as possible. A suggested B said C approved 0 advised E proposed 29.1twas a complete ...; J never meant to hurt him. A mistake B error C chance 0 accident 30 .... he joined the army my brother had never been abroad. A Until B Since C While 0 During

o suppose o lack

E expect

E be absent
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TEST II A - (30 pkt. )
Kazde ze zdan oryginalnych zamien w ten spos6b, aby zaczynaiEj.c od podanych wyraz6w zachowa6 w Twoich zdaniach pierwotne znaczenie. W podanych na poczatku kazdego zdania frazach nie wolno niczego zmienia6. przyktad: Does this book belong to you? Is 1/1i$..W1.Qif.Y.P.IH.!I.? Jane will only come to the party il Peter is invited. i.Unless Peter "I am sorry I lost your book, Mary",said John. 2.John apologised Would you like to go lor a walk in the park? 3.00 you leel ·· ··· ········· ····..·· I'm not tall enough to reach the shell. 4.The shell My son will be nineteen on July 10. 5.July 10 is ..

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Would you like to come to the concert with me? 6.Are you People say that he was an excellent actor. 7.He is This is the last time I speak to you. B.Never I have never visited this museum before. 9.This is I don't think it's possible you saw Mary in the street yesterday because she went to work abroad last month. 10.You I didn't think there would be such a lot of furniture in the house. 11.There than It was only May but the sea was so warm we went swimming. 12.The sea was warm Travelling by car is usually more comfortable than travelling by train. 13.11is nol usually "Why don't you buy a new TV set ?", John suggested. 14.John suggested

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TEST II 8 ~(20 pkt. )
11 Slowo wydrukowane duiymi literami nalezy uzyc w zdaniu tak ,aby jego znaczenie byto takie same jak znaceenle zdania oryginalnegoNie wolno zmieniac w jakikolwiek spos6b stowa wydrukowanego duiymi lilerami. Przyklad: You can enter museum over lhere.(ENTRANCE) TM.gntf.t;JIJ.9l1.t(}.!h.~.m.IJ.!jft!Jm.i$. .9.VW../I:I.?lfl. I don't think John'd be able to do that,.(CAPABLE)

Did John say why he didn't come? (REASON) .. The price of tea is 50% higher since last year.(RISEN) 12 As they had no time to waste the pupils worked hard before their final exams. (AFFORD)
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TEST 111(10pkt, )
W tym tescie naleiy dokonae niezb~dnych zmian (np.formy czasownik6w, dodac przyimki, przedimki itp), tak aby z kaidego z 10 zbior6w ulworzyc poprawne zdanle.Oaiosc utworzy list. Przyklad; IIbefglad/receive/answer/my letter soon/possible. l.wQ.(lklP.(J.gJflrJ.tQ.r.?r;.(Jiy.~.lw.a(J$.wgr.1Q.my./~tt~r.fI{i.I1Qa(J.a$.p.Q.$.sitJl~,

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TEST IV - (20 pkt.)
W kazda z luk nalei:y wpisac po jednym stowie.UWAGAl Wypetnienie luk bedzle tatwiejsze, jesli przed przystqpieniem do rozwiqzywania przeczytasz ten tekst w

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In 1928 Amelia Earhart became famous as the first women to fly from America to Europe ~: (1)this occasion she was a passenger but in 1932 ....................................... (2) the age of 35 she became the first women to fly solo ......................... (3) the Atlantic.Amelia Earhart was a university graduate and was married (4) a wealthy publisher, but she was also an expert pilot who was determined to fly long-distance routes (5)had not been attempted before. In 1935 she began a round-the-world flight, starting in California and going west, but she crashed (6) lake-off in Honolulu and had to . .. (7) up 1he attempt.However, in 1937 she decided to .. . (8) again, this (9) in the opposite direction. A mouth after (10) California ,she was in New Guinea ,preparing for the flight 10 Howland Island, a small Pacific Island (11) no aircraft had ever landed. The (12) between these two points was over 4000 kilometres, further than anyone had (13) non-stop before. Amelia and her navigator knew that it they (14( to find Howland Island they would run (15) of pelrol somewhere over the Pacific. The ship positioned near the island picked up radio signals from Amelia's aircraft, but it never landed and, (1·6) a time, it became (17) that it (18) no longer be in the air.For two weeks, there was a through search of the area, but (19) was ever found and to this day .. (20) knows what happened.

A friend/mine, Mary Bani, work/you last summer. 2 She tell rryewhat she do/I like/know/you need waitress this year. 3 : I be ninteen years old/present I study Englis h/universityM'arsaw.
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lNSTRUKCJA ORAZ KLUCZ
TEST I - po jednym punkcie za kazd~ poprawnq odpowledz. 1C 2C 3E 40 SO 6A 7B 8E 9C 100 11A 120 130 14C 15B 160 17E 18D 19A 20B 210 22E 23C 24C 2SE 260 27B 280 29D 30A 31C 32A 33B 340 3SC 36B 37E 380 39E 40A

21 John nor Paul saw ... 22 ever watch ... 23 older I get the more I forget. 24 you made ... 25 drinking coffee improved ... 26 : to learning ... 27 took them 6 days to cross . 28 as if/though price will go . 29 not have bought... 30 does this pen belong to ? TEST II B - po jednym punkcie za kaidq poprawna odpowiedz. 1.... is capable 01 doing ... 2.I'd ralher have a ... 3.The difference between us is thai ... 4. I can hardly understand ... S. Oid you succeed in passing ... 6.... I lent him. 7. We're likely 10 be late. 8.They badly need food. 9. Martin's had difficulty in learning . 10.Should the house be cleaned . 11.Did John give (any) reason why ... 12 has risen SO%since ... 13 couldn't afford to waste/wasting ... 14.Martin is always the last to arrive. 1S.ll's time they began 10... 16.... needs repairing. 17.1wouldn't mind spending ... 18.... in spite of his illness. 19.Tom must have broken ... 20.1wish it hadn't rained ... TEST III - za kaide poprawne zdanie - 1 pkt. 1.1am writing to enquire about the possibility of a job as a waitress at the Royal Hole1. 2.A friend of mine, Mary Boni, worked lor you last summer.
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TEST II A - za kazds zdanie zar6wno w lescie A i B, kt6re musi bye poprawne, przyznajemy 1 pkt, Oczywiscie nalezy uznae, jesli sa poprawne (gramatycznie i logicznie), wersje podane przez ucznla, nawet gdy r6zniq sle od rozwlazan podanych w kluczu. 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 1O 11 12 13 14 1S 16 17 18 19 20 is invited Jane won't ... 10 Mary for losing/having lost her book, loosing/having lost Mary's book. like going ... is too high for me to ... my son's nineteenlh brilhday. interested in coming .... said to have been ... shall I speak to you again. the first time I have ... cant have seen ... much more ... than I had expected .. enough for us to go swimming. as/so comfortabl e to travel by train as by car. your buying/that we should buy. they get there, it will be too late lor them ... what I'm ... students asking ... as speaking English, she also speaks. does any work (at ali). you apologise ...

3.She (has) told me what she did and I would like to know if you need waitress this year. 4.1am ninteen years old and at present I am studying English at the University of Warsaw. 5.The university vacation begin on June 30 and/but I must return to Warsaw on/by October. 6.Therefore, I am/will be avaible for work during the month of July, August and September. 7.1would like to receive details, working conditions and payment. S.Can you confirm that there is living accommodation for waitresses at the hotel. 9. I enclose a stamped, addressed envelope for your reply. 10.1look forward to hearing from you soon. Mary Mikke TEST IV - za kazde prawidlowe uzupetnienie -1 pkt.Oczywiscie, jesli stowo padane przez ucznia jest inne niz te podane w kluczu, ale "pasuje" gramatyczni e i logicz nie - r6wniei: 1 pkt. t-on 2-at 3-across 4-to 5-which/that 6-on 7-give S-try 9-time 10-leaving 1t-where 12-distance 13-flown 14-falled 15-out 16-after 17-clear,obviou s 1S-could 19-nothing 20-nobody, no-one

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