Egzamin gimnazjalny 2011
Zadanie 1. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie cztery teksty. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu w zadaniach 1.1.–1.4. z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C.
Girl: When I grow up I’m going to be a writer. I’m going to write books about the lives of rich and famous Hollywood stars. My friends say I should be a film star myself but I don’t think I’d enjoy living in Hollywood. It’s not a good idea to have children in Hollywood and I’d like to have three – two boys and a girl. I even know what their names will be!
Boy: I think you should buy this one.
Girl: No, it makes me look like a hippo. You know, big and fat.
Boy: Come on, you know that’s not true. And hippos are nice animals. Besides, it will look good with your new shoes.
Girl: Maybe, but I want to try on another T-shirt. This one with the panda bear looks cool.
Woman: Emma, I know I promised to leave you the car keys on the kitchen table, but I completely forgot. Sorry! When you get back home, go straight to my bedroom. The keys are on the bedside table. By the way, I’ve found the book you’ve been looking for. It’s in the living-room.
Girl: You know what, I was thinking again about our trip to Spain this summer. What do you think about taking a plane?
Boy: Are you sure you want to? Don’t you remember all the trouble we had when the airline lost our luggage last year?
Girl: You’re right! Never again! How about the train then?
Boy: I think it would be best. At least there won’t be any traffic jams!
Girl: That’s true. Cars are great but not in this heat!
1.1. The girl is talking about her
A. work as a film star.
B. childhood in Hollywood.
C. plans for the future.
1.2. Which shop are the speakers in?
1.3. Where will Emma find the car keys?
1.4. How are the speakers going to travel to Spain?
Zadanie 2. Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmowę pomiędzy nauczycielami. Zaznacz, które ze zdań 2.1.–2.3. są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – True), a które nie (F – False).
Mrs. White: Morning. How are things today?
Mr. Brown: Morning. Actually, not that great. We had a big problem earlier this morning. One of my students had an accident.
Mrs. White: Did he? Were the students running in the playground again?
Mr. Brown: No, for a change. Two boys were running in the corridor during the break and one of them fell.
Mrs. White: Oh gosh! Was he hurt?
Mr. Brown: Well, at first it didn’t look bad but he cut his arm and he couldn’t move his leg. It may be broken, I’m afraid.
Mrs. White: Did any of the teachers see the accident?
Mr. Brown: Yes, I did and I called the ambulance. It came quickly and took the boy to hospital.
Mrs. White: I see. Let’s hope he’ll be fine.