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Matura z języka angielskiego 2012

Egzamin pisemny. Poziom podstawowy
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Zadanie 1. (5 pkt)

Usłyszysz dwukrotnie wywiad z reżyserką filmów dokumentalnych. Zaznacz znakiem X, które zdania są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – True), a które nie (F – False). Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Sarah first went to the Arctic to make a film for TV. x
Sarah made some wildlife films before filming Arctic Tale. x
Arctic Tale is about changes in animals’ living habits. x
Low temperatures are the main problem for film makers in the Arctic. x
In the interview, Sarah presents her views on global warming. x

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Fragmenty tekstu istotne dla odpowiedzi wyróżnione są ciemniejszym tłem.
Nakierowując kursor na numer odpowiedzi [...], zapoznasz się z jej objaśnieniem.

Journalist: Today we’re talking to Sarah Robertson, a film maker and director of the movie Arctic Tale. How did you get into the film industry, Sarah?
Sarah: My friends and I were underwater photographers and we wanted to find a place which would be really interesting. The Arctic had so many mysteries and little-known animals. We were young and poor, but we had a camera. We went to the north of the Arctic and started taking pictures and learning about the place and animals. Then, four years later, some TV broadcasters asked us to make wildlife films, and we started making them [1.1]. Directing them was great! They are often shown on Discovery Channel.
Journalist: Then you got interested in global warming and made Arctic Tale [1.2]. Could you tell me something about the film?
Sarah: We’ve been working in the Arctic for fifteen years and we’ve seen many changes. We are impressed by the way animals adapt to the new, changing conditions. The film Arctic Tale presents their intelligence and courage. It shows how they find new ways to live [1.3].
Journalist: What were some of the biggest problems you had while you were filming?
Sarah: Making films in the Arctic is very difficult. For every week you are in the Arctic you get three to four good days of filming. Although it’s really cold and conditions are extreme, it’s actually the waiting that becomes the hardest part of working there [1.4]. You never know when something is going to happen and you have to be ready at all times.
Journalist: What advice do you have for people who are interested in working in the film industry?
Sarah: Take a camera and just start filming. Don’t let anyone say you can’t do it.
Journalist: Thank you for your time, Sarah.


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Zadanie 2. (5 pkt)

Usłyszysz dwukrotnie pięć wiadomości. Do każdej wiadomości (2.1.–2.5.) dopasuj nagłówek podsumowujący jej treść (A–F). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga: jeden nagłówek został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej wiadomości. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.


Nie pasuje nagłówek B.

Transkrypcja z objaśnieniami

Fragmenty tekstu istotne dla odpowiedzi wyróżnione są ciemniejszym tłem.
Nakierowując kursor na numer odpowiedzi [...], zapoznasz się z jej objaśnieniem.

And here’s some latest news from around the world.

A musician travelling on a train from Cardiff called the police yesterday saying that someone had stolen his expensive violin. When the police stopped the train to catch the thief they saw the violin under the musician’s seat! [2.1] The man was coming back from a concert, fell asleep during the journey and forgot to take it with him when he was getting off the train. The violin was made in Italy in 1748 and is worth about a million euros.

Two hundred passengers travelling on a ferry from Ireland found themselves in trouble last night when it caught fire over 20 miles off the Irish coast. The crew of a ship passing by saved everybody on board [2.2] and transported them back to Ireland. Fifteen passengers were taken to hospital but their lives are not in danger. The police are going to question the owner of the company because the ferry was quite old and in need of repair.

A man who broke into a luxurious apartment was trapped in a lift for 11 hours. When the lift stopped between floors, the man tried to open the door with a screwdriver. But the lift had a special lock which closed him inside [2.3]. The man panicked and set off the fire alarm. The fire brigade and the police arrived within a few minutes but it took the specialists a few hours to rescue the man from the lift. And then they locked him up again, this time in prison.

The Royal Navy’s newest submarine hit some rocks near the Isle of Skye. It happened yesterday in the evening while the ship was doing some sea tests. Luckily, no-one on board was hurt but some systems are not working properly. The submarine is the Royal Navy’s most technologically advanced ship [2.4]. After the necessary repairs the ship will return to port for a closer inspection.

Some city centres have become dangerous areas, but in Wellington, New Zealand, they have found a way to reduce crime. Soft, classical music coming out of speakers, has made the number of criminal incidents fall [2.5] from 86 a week to 4 a week. People feel much safer and the young don’t get into trouble so often now. If it works, other cities could consider using the same idea.

adapted from various sources

Zadanie 3. (5 pkt)

Usłyszysz dwukrotnie wypowiedź na temat zakupów przez Internet. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią nagrania. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.

3.1. The speaker decided to buy the book online because
     A. he wanted to save money.
     B. the book wasn’t available in local bookshops.
     C. his friend recommended a good online bookshop.

3.2. When the speaker was shopping online, he
     A. needed to ask somebody for help.
     B. had to use his grandson’s computer.
     C. couldn’t decide which bookshop to choose.

3.3. What went wrong while the speaker was doing the shopping?
     A. He chose the wrong book by mistake.
     B. His grandson gave him some bad advice.
     C. There was a problem with his first idea for a password.

3.4. When the speaker was waiting for the book,
     A. he had to change something in his registration form.
     B. he called the bookshop to change the order.
     C. he found a mistake in his postcode.

3.5. When the postman brought the package, the speaker
     A. found a free CD included with the book.
     B. was surprised he had to pay extra for delivery.
     C. discovered he would get a discount on his next orders.

Transkrypcja z objaśnieniami

Fragmenty tekstu istotne dla odpowiedzi wyróżnione są ciemniejszym tłem.
Nakierowując kursor na numer odpowiedzi [...], zapoznasz się z jej objaśnieniem.

   I know that many teenagers think that their grandparents are too old to use a computer but they are wrong. My example shows that it’s never too late to learn if you really want to.
   Some time ago I decided to buy a book which a friend recommended to me. I visited every bookshop in the area where I live, but I couldn’t get the book in any of them [3.1]. I told my friend about the problem and wanted to borrow his book, but he suggested I should try buying it online. He said he’d used the Internet to buy CDs with classical music that he couldn’t find anywhere else. I wasn’t sure at first, but I really wanted to have my own copy of the book so I thought, ‘Why not?’
   At home, I sat down in front of my computer, which I’d only used for e-mail before. I searched for the book for half an hour. Finally, I found an online bookshop that had it. I was very excited that I could start buying. I read the instructions on the website but they seemed complicated so I phoned my grandson. I wanted him to tell me how to order the book step-by-step [3.2]. I thought everything would go smoothly but I was wrong. I wanted to use my favourite word as a password but the website didn’t want to accept it for some reason [3.3]. My grandson told me to add a number to it, and this time it was OK. I finally managed to order the book and I just had to wait two days for it to arrive. At least that’s what I thought. The next day I got an e-mail from the bookshop. It said that I had made a mistake in my registration form. I wrote too many numbers in my postcode and they couldn’t send the book. They told me to correct it. I did it very quickly [3.4] and phoned them to check if everything was all right. Fortunately it was but they said I’d have to wait two more days!
   When the postman came with the package, I was so happy! As the book cost more than Ł20, the delivery was free, so I gave the postman a Ł5 tip. I had a real surprise when I opened the package. Inside there was the book, of course but there was also a letter that said I would pay 10% less for all books and CDs I bought from the bookshop in the future [3.5]. So for me online shopping makes a lot of sense and I will depend on it for buying many other things.

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