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[IFRA NA KANDIDATOT ZALEPI TUKA

DR@AVNA MATURA

ANGLISKI JAZIK


Vreme za re{avawe: 180 minuti
, 2011

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ZALEPI TUKA

UPATSTVO ZA KANDIDATOT
Vnimatelno pro~itaj go upatstvoto. Ne ispu{taj ni{to. Zalepi ja ednata {ifra na ozna~enoto mesto na testot ("[ifra na kandidatot), a drugata {ifra na ozna~enoto mesto na listot za odgovori. Ne vrti stranici i ne po~nuvaj so re{avawe na zada~ite s dodeka ne ti ka`e nadgleduva~ot. Testot sodr`i zada~i. Na zada~ite se odgovara na eden od slednite na~ini: - so zaokru`uvawe na bukvata pred to~niot odgovor; - so pi{uvawe tekst vo prostorot {to e predviden za toa; - so pi{uvawe odgovor na soodvetnoto mesto vo tabelite. Vnimavaj na jazikot i na pravopisot vo odgovorite. Pi{uvaj ~itlivo. Ne~itlivite odgovori, nejasnite popravki i zaokru`uvaweto na pove}e od predvideniot broj opcii se vrednuvaat so nula (0) poeni. I vo testot i vo listot za odgovori pi{uvaj isklu~ivo so penkalo. Odgovorite na zada~ite napi{ani so moliv se vrednuvaat so nula (0) poeni. Prepi{uvaweto e najstrogo zabraneto. Site identi~ni ili sli~ni tekstovi, kako i tekstovite ispi{ani so razli~ni rakopisi se vrednuvaat so nula (0) poeni. . Pokraj sekoja zada~a e daden brojot na poenite za to~niot odgovor. . . Zada~ite se odgovaraat prvo vo testot. Otkako }e zavr{i{ so odgovaraweto na pra{awata vo testot, odgovorite na zada~ite prenesi gi na listot za odgovori, spored Upatstvoto za popolnuvawe dadeno vo nego. Ti posakuvame mnogu uspeh!

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1 Carefully read the text below and then do the exercise that follows. SYDNEY - THE EMERALD CITY

Sydney, with its tall skyscrapers, busy traffic streets, road signs, impressive shop windows, its vast urban sprawl and palm trees, resembles Los Angeles a lot. Yet, despite its American veil, its inhabitants are closer to the English in terms of character, obviously owing to historical reasons. But much of the Englishness is now changing, starting with the artistic exodus from Melbourne to Sydney. Some say that Sydney is New York without the intellect. People are mostly concerned about whats in and whats out, in terms of the social scene. Melbourne, its rival city, is a much more class-conscious city, where kids are sent to good schools and people still gather in clubs. However, theres also a bright side to Sydneys lifestyle. It has become highly cosmopolitan. With a population of over three and a half million (the largest among Australian cities), you can also eat in a wide variety of ethnic restaurants, including Aboriginal ones. Furthermore, in recent years Sydney is being transformed into a centre for the arts. It enjoys Californias climate and is becoming more European in fashion and culture. For many people it is becoming an emerald city. For good or bad? Decide for yourself. Australias a vast country full of amazing natural sights, such as Ayers Rock, the Pinnacle Desert near Perth, the Kalgoorlie gold mines and the longest coral reef on Earth, the Great Barrier Reef. But which is the first city that comes to your mind when you think of Australia? Naturally, Sydney. Its the most outstanding city in the whole of Australia. In fact, many even mistake it for Australias capital (even though thats Canberra).

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Sydneys first characteristic is its breathtakingly beautiful harbour. If you look out, you wont miss the imposing Sydney Opera House overlooking the harbour, which is considered the citys symbol. Then, there is Harbour Bridge, the next most important city landmark. Not to be forgotten are Sydneys most beautiful beaches that run for kilometres, kissing the turquoise blue waters of the Tasman Sea. Sydney doesnt have many old buildings, but it has taken care of the ones it has, in particular, St. Andrews Cathedral and the charming campus of Sydney University, founded in 1854. Read paragraphs (A-E) and then put them in the correct logical order (1-5). Write the appropriate letter in the answer box provided. Paragraph 1 2 3 4 5
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2 Carefully read the text below and decide which answer, A, B or C, best fits each space. 3.__________the ball the first time you swung a tennis racquet? Can dance a little!

time you tried to walk. You could have drowned the first time you tried to swim. Did you

Youve failed many times, 1._________you may not remember. You 2.________down the first

After Fred Astaires first screen test, the MGM testing director wrote: Cant act! Slightly bald!

Beethovens teacher told him he was 4.___________ as a composer. Walt Disney was fired from a newspaper for lack of ideas. Thomas Edisons teacher said he was too stupid to learn anything.

described him as mentally slow, 6.__________, and adrift forever in his foolish dreams. The sculptor Rodins father said: I have an idiot for a son.

Albert Einstein 5.___________until he was four or read until he was seven. His teacher

frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal. Dont worry about 9.____________.

Henry Ford went bust five times before he 7.____________. He said: 8._________ are those

Worry about the chances you 10.____________ when you dont even try. Write your answers in the box below. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 1 9 moreover fell punch A

Adapted from Chicken Soup for the Soul I, Garfield & Hansen B C

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Read the text below and then choose the best answer (A-D) to each question (3.1 - 3.6) connected with the text.

REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCES HELP YOU TEST-DRIVE YOUR DREAM JOB

it. But how do you reach that level of certainty? Real-life experiences in a field can be the best teacher when searching for the right career path. up the wrong tree, so they change fields of academic study entirely. Take, for example, students In some instances, real-life experiences allow students to find out they are barking Line 5

There is a big difference between thinking you will like a profession and knowing

studying to become teachers. Once they start student-teaching, a terrifying realization can take on lesson plans! Its horrible to watch and its horrible to go through, but its certainly a at a certain company or in a particular environment. There are many ways to learn these lessons, delve deeper into their dream career. hand, some students may realize they are on the right career path but discover they want to work beyond the traditional semester-long internship. There are several steps any student can take to

place. Its the trauma of Oh, I really dont like being in the classroom, then spending all night valuable lesson to learn before you get the degree and are out searching for a job. On the other Line 10

field of work like? What is the work like on a day-to-day basis? has the ability to teach.

career and whether they are in line with your values. What is the lifestyle of the people in this

organizations that are most successful in the field. Find out what values are associated with that Find a mentor When looking for a mentor, look for a person who has a strong

Research Learn as much as you can about your dream career and the people and

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passion for their work. A mentor is ideally someone with expertise and longevity in the field and Spend some time The only way to truly discover if a job is your dream job is to Investing time in test-driving a dream job during college allows a student time to

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attention to how you respond to that experience.

spend some time doing it! Arrange to spend time with your mentor, ask lots of questions and pay set a new course well before graduation comes. By spending the time now, it increases the chances that the first job out of college really will be your dream job! By Brian Kurth Line 25

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The text is about B. A.

C. D. (3.2) A. B. C. D.

how students can become certain about their choice of profession the big difference between one's thinking and knowing they will like a profession the most successful people and organizations in a certain field students studying to become teachers

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The phrase 'barking up the wrong tree' (lines 4-5) refers to

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Real-life experiences give students the opportunity to A. B. C. D.

dogs barking up a tree to change one's profession entirely making a mistake in something one is trying to achieve real-life experiences in a specific field being in the classroom and then spending all night on lesson plans

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The phrase 'you get the degree' (line 9) means that you A. B. C. D. have have have have

learn what profession they want to pursue before they graduate start student-teaching and come to a terrifying understanding go out and search for a career job find a suitable and passionate mentor realized that you are on the right career path learnt as much as you can about your dream career discovered if a job is your dream job graduated from college or university

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In order to 'delve' deeper into their dream career, students can A. B.

C. D. (3.6)

get involved in traditional semester-long internships take several steps, including doing research, finding a mentor and spending some time doing a job take only one of the three steps mentioned in the text find out the values associated with that career

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According to the author, test-driving a dream job during college helps a student A. B. C. D. spend energy now before graduation comes invest time in test-driving a dream job change a study major in the initial years of studying take a driving test during studying

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4 Carefully read the text below and then do the exercise that follows. HOW TO COMPLAIN....... AND GET RESULTS! No matter how careful a shopper you are, at some point you wont get the service or product you paid for. Thats the time to complain! No one likes a whinger, and most people dont enjoy conflict, but complaining is appropriate in some situations. When making a complaint, getting something off your chest is not your goal. Your goal is to solve a problem. A few tips can make the complaint process more effective. A. PUT IT ON PAPER B. TAKE A DEEP BREATH C. GO UP THE LADDER D. SAY HOW YOU CAN BE REACHED E. IF POSSIBLE, COMPLAIN FACE-TO-FACE F. KNOW THE RULES G. GET RESULTS H. STICK TO THE FACTS 1. First of all, you should be clear as to why you are dissatisfied. Was it the way you were treated? A wrong decision? Defective goods? What exactly went wrong? What do you see as the flaw in the item you have bought, and then how do you want this to be resolved after you complain. Consider the way you are going to complain. Its hard to ignore a complaint that is presented in person. So, take the product you have purchased back to the shop, or attempt to have the service done over. Be friendly. Smile. Dont be shy to use a bit of humor. Be likable, but expect action. 2. Do not speak angrily to an employee. There is no point in losing your temper. Think for a moment before you complain. Dont let the emotion of the moment get to you. Are you in a bad mood about something else? Is the problem the employees fault?

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3. Are you dealing with the right person? Does he or she have the authority to act on your complaint? Dont give up! Ask to see the manager or someone from the customer service department. It may be necessary to communicate with them several times before taking the next step. 4. Be ready with the details of your complaint. Retain all receipts/invoices, letters and e-mails regarding products and services that you may have purchased/received. These include the time of sale or service, the names of people and products involved, and the specific problem you encountered. If you are asked to present these at any stage then present copies and keep the originals yourself. 5. The company might have a complaint procedure, so follow it. Meanwhile, make an attempt to find out your rights. This may take patience and persistence, but it will help solve your problem. Dont be put off. If you dont get anywhere the first time you complain, try again. Adapted from an article in Media and Marketplace, September, 2009 Read the article and then choose the most suitable heading (A-H) for each paragraph (1- 5). There are three extra headings which you do not need to use. Write the appropriate letter in the answer box provided. Paragraph Heading 1 2 3 4 5
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5 Read about three people talking about keeping fit and answer the questions. Tim Tim has been doing a paper round since he was twelve. I needed some extra pocket money so I thought that would be the best way of getting some. Its not easy, though, getting up in the cold, dark winter mornings and delivering papers in the pouring rain! Tim has to cycle about ten kilometres every morning before he goes to school so he gets a lot of exercise that way. I found it was tough on my legs at first but after a while they got used to it. Sometimes I race against the other kids who are doing a paper round to see whos going to finish first! Tim will be sixteen next year and hes decided to take a part-time job in a music shop instead of his paper round. Obviously, thats not going to keep me fit so Im going to have to think of something else to do. Maybe Ill go jogging with my dad! Maggie Maggie thought she didnt need to get fit until she went to an aerobics and jazz dance display at her local sports centre. I was really impressed by the way all those girls moved so fast and I really liked the funky music. That was enough to make her try and find some aerobic classes near where she lived. I made some enquiries at the local library and found out that there were aerobic classes twice a week at a nearby town and jazz dance classes every Saturday as well. I signed up immediately! Maggie is lucky in that her mum can take her to the classes in the week and she catches the bus on Saturdays for the dance classes, so travelling isnt too expensive. Shes even discovered that shes got a hidden talent for jazz dance! Fortunately, Ive always been fairly flexible so Im able to do the dance steps pretty well. Im also lucky in that Ive got an amazing dance partner in my cousin Sam! Adam Adam is swimming champion of his school and a member of the junior national team. My way of keeping fit is through swimming. Ive never liked any other sport. My parents were keen for me to take up tennis but I just wasnt interested. He could swim the length of the swimming pool by the age of seven, which is quite unusual for a child of that age. Since then, Adams become a top swimmer and he travels around the country going to swimming galas and competitions.I train five times a week and I watch my diet carefully, he says. If you are fit, you find everything in life easier: running for buses, helping with the heavy shopping, and even concentrating on your schoolwork. Fitness has to do with both the mind and the body!

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Answer the following questions by circling the most appropriate letter, A, B or C. Which person Tim Maggie Adam 1. says they turn what they have to do into a game? 2. was inspired by watching other people? 3. is going to change their activity? 5. is careful with what they eat? A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C

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4. didnt hesitate when it came to starting a new activity? 6. finds there are lots of benefits to keeping fit? 8. shares their activity with a family member? 9. earns some money through their activity?

7. goes to sporting events a long distance away?

Write your answers in the answer box below. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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