EGZAMIN KOŃCOWY Z JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO NA POZIOMIE B2 Wrzesień 2007 - Odpowiedzi na pytania 1, 2, 3, 3.1, 3.2 i 3.
3 wpisuj na kartę odpowiedzi numer 1 – będą sprawdzone komputerowo - Odpowiedzi na pytania do testów 3.4, 3.5 i 4 wpisuj na kartę numer 2 – będą sprawdzane przez nauczyciela - Za cały egzamin możesz uzyskać 160 pkt; zalicza 60% czyli 96 pkt. - Czas egzaminu 120 minut
Test 1: Rozumienie ze słuchu (20 pkt) pytania 1-10
Za chwilę usłyszysz krótką audycję radiową. Zapoznaj się z zadaniami 1-10 a następnie, po dwukrotnym wysłuchaniu tekstu, zaznacz właściwe opcje ich zakończenia – czyli zadanie typu multiple choice – wybór poprawnej odpowiedzi z trzech opcji A, B, C. Zrobimy je w klasie dlatego nie zamieszczam opcji odpowiedzi
Test 2: Rozumienie tekstu pisanego (20 pkt) pytania 11-20. Students swap pints for Pilates
The stereotypes of the beer-drinking, kebab-eating health disaster zone is being left behind by students, who are switching to a more puritanical, clean-living lifestyle, according to a recent survey. About 25% are now teetotal, the National Union of Students’ Service Section says – while the rest of the student population shows a growing appetite for exercise facilities and healthy eating. This contrasts sharply with that widespread image of the beer-drinking layabout fond of late-morning lie-ins after long nights spent in smoky backstreet pubs. As a sign of the times, the plan from NUS Services is to promote a new juice bar concept in Student Union buildings around the country, And next month, NUS Welfare Section will invite Student Unions to promise that more events will be held in alcohol-fee venues – so that a wider range of students may take part in activities. The Campaign for Real Ale said that 26 pubs close every month – but there are few signs that students will be filling the empty bar stools. If anything, they appear to be leading the departure from the bar – with a major annual survey of the student life carried out by the Mori polling organization, showing a 13-percent-point fall in students going to the pub as a leisure activity, compared to five years ago. The pub is now a minority activity, only 1% ahead of sport and exercise as a way of spending spare time. Nick Emms of NUS Services says there is a clear trend away from pub-going, and this “has become more pronounced in the past four or five years.” He adds that students expect a much wider range of social activities – and are more health conscious as well as being more likely to use exercise facilities than the general population. Daytime drinking – an age-old pursuit among students – has virtually disappeared. With young people more likely to hit the exercise bikes than the lager, Student Unions have been abandoning their old-fashioned, beer-soaked image. The University of London Student Union has turnec one of its two traditional bars into a café-style area, with healthier food – and will be made be made non-smoking. Serving about 5,000 students a day, the Union has its own private health club, with 60 exercise stations and a swimming pool. Those thinking student entertainment means six pints and an Elvis impersonator should check the weekly ULU schedule, whose 50 exercise classes include “yoga sculpt,” Pilates, aerobiking and boxercise. The student
equally concerned about their health and fitness. and leisure activities tend to suffer. B. It’s not good news for the pub industry. In the view of Veronica Kong. is very close to the true picture. remains more popular. The NUS Welfare Section is going to encourage SUs to A. differs considerably from reality. certainly going to be reversed by students. As far as statistics on student leisure activities are concerned. The Durham SU bar has stopped selling real ale. or go to bars. is comparison with the population as a whole. 14. reflects precisely the real state of affairs. the factors underlying the decline in student drinking are more practical. 12. B. the time pressure on academic work increases. but. healthy-living youngsters at least on campus. they don’t have the long hours to sit in pubs. but also represents a change in youth culture.population is more diverse and used to a wider range of entertainments than drinking pints in a pub. While there are many headlines about excessive consumption of alcohol among the young in general. going to the pub A. these changes involving students raise the prospect of more American-style. When so much time is taken earning money. NUS Vice President for welfare. enjoys exactly the same popularity. C. C. Debt reduces their spending power. because there was no demand – and the appeal of traditional pubs for young drinkers seems limited.published:1006/02/21
11. No longer can student trends be dismissed as referring only to a small. C. and with so many now having term-time jobs. C. design separate events for non-drinking and drinking students. says the president of Durham Student Union. distinctly unlikely to be reversed by students. Nick Pickles. Most people’s view of British students A. make a greater number of their events acceptable to non-drinkers. Apparently. unrepresentative group. B. is now slightly less popular. “You’re more likely to find a student working behind a bar than drinking in front of one these days. The trend for the closing down of pubs is A. He adds that students may still be drinking alcohol.”
Adapted from: http://news. with more than two thirds of hose in more affluent parts of the country going on to higher education. This is partly financial. more concerned about their health and fitness. as almost half of all young people now go to university.co. According to Nick Emms. limit the amount of alcohol consumed at all student events. says Mr Pickles. which has already seen so many inner city pubs close. Simply. students are A.
. 13. 15. says a ULU spokesperson. they buy wine from supermarkets. C.uk. less concerned about their health and fitness. the recent introduction of non-alcoholic cocktails was well received. quite likely to be reversed by students. B. she says. The decline in sales of alcohol across the bar is visible throughout the country. B. students have neither enough time nor money for it.bbc. in comparison with sport and exercise. rather than spending time in pubs.
It’s worth [A] to read this book. B. 30. because I [B] was to perform the task [C] by myself. I am afraid [B] there’s nothing [C] that can be done now. [A] It’s been a long time since we last [B] have had a chat. 18. 21. the police [A] were called [B] shortly after the robbery [C] has taken place. According to Veronica King. The decrease in across-the-bar sales of alcohol to young people in Britain A. spend more leisure time in pubs. more pressure to achieve academically. offers 50 physical exercise classes a week. Any trends observable among British students today A. The final sentence illustrates the growing tendency for students to A. [B] despite it sometimes [C] being a bit repetitive. reflects a change in their drinking habits. As soon as he [A] had his car stolen he [B] rung the police and [C] let the insurer know. Your story sounds [A] depressing – it [B] must have been very traumatic for you to discover [C] the true about what had happened. 22.000 students C. both work and drink in pubs. 26. Unless you [A] don’t cooperate. Nobody was [A] let to join me. has noting to do with prices of the beverages.1 pytania 21-30 (10 pkt)
W każdym z poniższych zdań zostały podkreślone trzy elementy. B. the decline in students drinking reflects A. only concern an unrepresentative group of young people. C. 27. has a health club visited daily by 5. is very much due to high pub beer prices. C. C. The University of London Student Union A. has recently turned a bar into a non-smoking health club. a następnie zaznacz swoje rozwiązanie na karcie odpowiedzi nr 1. B. 23. B. 17. [C] hasn’t it? 25. 29. students’ financial situation.
Test 3: Formy i struktury językowe w komunikacji (80 pkt)
3. Jeden z elementów jest zawsze niepoprawny w kontekście całego zdania. 19. które oznaczono literami A. Dla każdego zdania ustal o jaki element chodzi.
. are likely to characterize about 50% of the country’s youth. B. C. are true for two thirds of all young Britons. Last time. Would you mind [A] telling me how [B] can I get to the nearest [C] newsagent’s? 24. Jessica [A] is said [B] to have heard [C] these news last week. C. 20. 28. a greater range of leisure activities. Our plane [A] had already taken off by the time we [B] arrived [C] in the airport. B. earn money rather than spend it on alcohol.16.
and a spirit of merriment prevails. A. with a thatched roof sitting on top of its whitewashed walls. A. Now it has been (49) and. A. but in this (40) _____ in a remarkable replica of its original theatre. A. A. despite 42. A. Sitting solidly on the south (31) _____ of the river Thames. shore 32. It is to the late American actor and director Sam Wanamaker that we (48) _____ this new monument. way C. near B. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is a living tribute to a glorious age. lately 33. With the enthusiasm of a true visionary he pursued his dream of reconstructing the Globe. nearby C. spectators B. it was the place in which (43) _____ of the greatest plays in the English language were first put on. arena B. round galleries or walk around freely. (45) _____. A. the Elizabethan Globe Theatre was the symbol of the intellectual potency and vigour of its times. in spite of C. it was rebuilt the (46) _____ year. only to be (47) _____ some thirty years later. faithful 34. case 41. Indoors B. It is a (33) _____ copy of the original theatre built (34) _____ the site in 1599. The life of the original Globe was somewhat short as it (44) _____ down in 1613. close 35. inflicted B.3. (35) _____ its strong and solid walls. bank B. loyal C. A. part B. A. B. There are cries of disapproval whenever a crime is (39) _____ . And (41) _____ situated in the lively and not particularly classy district that was London’s first entertainment (42) _____. A. A. the Globe looks old. committed C. audience 39. enriched by its presence. coast C. respect B. made 40. numerous
. recently B. scene 38. some
B. area C. much
C. London. More than a building. but actually opened as (32) _____ as in 1997. while the (38) _____ sit in the plain. a następnie uzasadnij występujące w nim luki wybierając za każdym razem jedną z trzech możliwości (A. displayed B. shown 37. Among C. richly decorated with gold and brilliant colours. sighs of sympathy at any sign of unreturned love and hearty laughter at comic situations. with all the vanity and excitement of the open-air Elizabethan theatres. though B. C) podanych pod tekstem.
Adapted from: Wonders of the World – Shakespeare’s Globe. soon C. performed C. A. theatergoers everywhere (50) _____ it will have a long and prosperous life. Within 36. Hello! Magazine
31. Once again Shakespeare is holding us under his spell. A. viewers C. Of strikingly simple architecture. stage C. Musicians play in the gallery. theatergoers today can see the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries (36) _____ as they were in his own day. Tylko jedna opcja jest w pełni poprawna. region 43.2 pytania 31-50 (20 pkt)
Przeczytaj uważnie poniższy tekst. truthful B. The (37) _____ extends into the open-air yard.
put up C. C. undone 48. do 53. A. hadn’t promised 57. Had I failed that exam last session.44.
51. met B. A. won’t be. should B. had been 55. We _____business with quite a few German companies. A. didn’t promise C. had C. Carry out C. A. You must _____ him immediately for your scandalous behaviour. I can’t stand your silly remarks and I won’t _____ with them any longer. apologise B. The teacher _____ the children to open their books. You _____ better not tell anybody what you know. you doing C. satisfied 50. A. has been C. Indeed 46. seven-year-olds B. wish
3. seven-years-olds C. would like
B. you to do 58. realized C. made B. I _____ a student now.A. successive B. spoke to
56. A. burnt 45. I really have no time. czy uzupełniony przez ciebie tekst
. It’s the first time he _____ rude to me. owe B. apologise to C. said to
C. A. A. following 47.4. hope
C. Moreover B. was B. A. apology 60. However C. I would like _____ your best and win this time. a następnie uzupełnij występujące w nim luki. W każdym przypadku tylko jedna możliwość w pełni pasuje do kontekstu i przedstawionej sytuacji. A. wouldn’t be B. A. debt C.A. Upewnij się. would 52.3 pytania 51-60 (10 pkt)
Uzupełnij luki wybierając spośród trzech możliwości podanych bezpośrednio pod każdym zdaniem. that you do B. consecutive C. put out
3. W jedną lukę możesz wstawić tylko JEDNO słowo. A. blown C. I wish I _____ to help him when he asked. A. pytania 61-80 (20 pkt)
Przeczytaj uważnie poniższy tekst. fired B. told B. This is the task that even _____ could easily do. thanks 49. put off B. A. spoilt C. demolished B. had promised B. wouldn’t have been 54. a seven-years-old
że niepotrzebnie wziął pożyczkę z banku – mógł poprosić ciebie o pożyczenie pieniędzy. Powiedz bratu. I remember finding (75) ____________ sitting in damp clothes in a cold café on a dreary seaside promenade and (76) ____________ presented (&&) ____________ a cup of tea and a teacake and going: ‘Ooh. ale niestety nie możesz otworzyć załącznika. czy wykłady z historii sztuki są obowiązkowe.as something daring […]. but not with Britons – never. it makes a change. Poinformuj kolegę. Pamiętaj o poprawności ortograficznej wpisywanych wyrazów! One of the charms of the British is that they have so little idea of (61) ____________ own virtues.’ ‘mustn’t grumble. dogged optimism of theirs (72) ____________ allowed them to attach an upbeat turn of phrase (73) ____________ the direst inadequacies – ‘well. It is the most extraordinary thing. They talked genially the whole journey. Dowiedz się na jak długo możesz pożyczyć książki.
. Spytaj opiekuna roku. Jesteś w księgarni. and my life has never been happier. Before long I came to regard all kinds of activities – asking (79) ____________ more toast in a hotel.’ ‘you could do worse. lovely! And I knew that the process (78) ____________ started. kiedy możesz zdawać egzamin poprawkowy z literatury współczesnej. 83. and nowhere is it more true (62) ____________ with their happiness. 86. Swoje rozwiązania – formie krótkich odpowiedzi. […]
From: Notes From a Small Island by Bill Bryson. a best-selling American writer currently living in Britain
3. but not once in two hours (69) ____________ I see any of them raise a flicker of a smile. Jesteś w bibliotece. I once shared a railway compartment between Dunkirk (67) ____________ Brussels with two French-speaking businessmen (68) ____________ were obviously old friends or colleagues. buying wool-rich socks at marks and Spencer. Watch any two Britons in conversation and see how long (65) ____________ is before they smile or laugh over some joke or pleasantry.5 pytania 81-90 (20 pkt)
Zareaguj po angielsku stosownie do sytuacji.[…] I used to (71) puzzled by the curious British attitude to pleasure. a następnie przenieś swoje rozwiązania na kartę odpowiedzi nr 2.tworzy poprawną gramatycznie.’ ‘it was quite nice really’ – but gradually I came round to their way of thinking. 81. and that tireless. Honestly. They actually like their pleasures small. Zapytaj profesora. You will laugh (63) ____________ hear me say it.’ ‘it’s not much. czy jest jakaś zniżka dla studentów. logiczną całość. but it’s cheap and cheerful. It won’t be more than a (66) ____________ seconds. Spytaj. że dostałeś jego e-maila. You could imagine the (70) ____________ thing with Germans or Swiss or Spaniards or even Italians. but they are (64) ____________ happiest people on earth. najczęściej pojedynczych zdań – nanieś na kartę odpowiedzi nr 2. 84.My life became immensely richer. 82. And the British are so easy to please. getting two pairs of trousers when I only needed (80) ____________ . 85.
or Re they in danger of becoming ‘health disaster zones’? Why?
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Test 4: Wypowiedź pisemna (40 pkt)
W artykule ‘Students swap pints for Pilates.87.’ z którym zapoznałeś się w teście drugim czytamy: ‘… students […] are switching to a more puritanical. Zapytaj ekspedientkę w sklepie. 89. że w tym budynku nie wolno używać telefonu komórkowego. Zapytaj urzędnika. Poinformuj kolegę.’ Napisz krótkie wypracowanie (200-250 słów) na temat:
Do Polish students resemble their British counterparts described in the article in pursuing a healthier lifestyle. clean-living lifestyle. Spytaj znajomą. 88. gdzie możesz przymierzyć dżinsy. 90. do kiedy ważna jest jej amerykańska wiza.