Egzamin gimnazjalny 2011
Zadanie 11. Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto trzy zdania. Wpisz w luki 11.1.–11.3. litery, którymi oznaczono brakujące zdania A–D, tak aby otrzymać logiczny i spójny tekst. Uwaga! Jedno zdanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej luki.
I’m sorry I haven’t written for so long, but I’ve been very busy since I moved to Manchester. Everything is so different here! Let’s start with the house. We used to have a big house with a garden. 11.1. ____ It’s noisy and we don’t even have a balcony! Then the school. When we lived in Ardwick, it was only a ten-minute walk away. Now I need 40 minutes to get to school. 11.2. ____ And I really hate it. But living in a big city isn’t all bad. There are many shops, restaurants and cinemas in our district. 11.3. ____ In fact, I’m going to visit the Museum of Science and Industry tomorrow. And what about you? Write soon.
A. This means I have to get up much earlier.
B. Unfortunately, there were no shops nearby.
C. Now we live in a block of flats in the city centre.
D. So there is a lot of entertainment and it’s impossible to get bored.
Właściwe zdanie do luki 11.1. to:
Właściwe zdanie do luki 11.2. to:
Właściwe zdanie do luki 11.3. to:
Zadanie 12. Przeczytaj informacje o czterech osobach 12.1.–12.4. oraz pięć ofert pracy w restauracjach A–E. Do każdej osoby dobierz ofertę pracy, która by jej najbardziej odpowiadała. Wpisz odpowiednie litery obok numerów osób. Uwaga! Jedna oferta została podana dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby.
Peter doesn’t like
getting up early. He
wants to work in the city
centre. He worked in a restaurant last
year. He would like to learn to drive
and speak foreign languages.
For Jenny, working
in a restaurant is nothing
new. She has passed
her driving test and
bought a car. She will be busy
in the afternoons as she has decided
to start learning foreign languages.
Pam lives in the country
and wants to work there.
She knows a lot about
restaurant work. She has
never driven a car. She is good
at French and Spanish. She takes care
of her brother in the mornings.
Richard needs a change
from his boring country
life. Driving is fun for
him. Every afternoon he
helps his dad in the garage and he often
reads his favourite magazines about
cars in French and German. He has
no job experience.
A. Paddington Restaurant
Looking for an afternoon job? Work for
us in a nice out-of-town restaurant. Experience
is necessary as foreign tourists visit us very
often. No driving skills needed.
B. Ramsey Restaurant
We are a busy restaurant in the business centre
of the city. If you can speak two foreign
languages and don’t mind starting work early
in the morning, work for us! Don’t worry
about qualifications, we provide full training
and cars for delivering orders.
C. Piccadilly Restaurant
A restaurant in a quiet country area is looking
for people to work mornings or afternoons.
If you have never worked in the food business,
don’t worry. You should be able to drive a car
and speak a foreign language.
D. Moon Restaurant
If you are free in the afternoons, turn your
time into money. Find us in the heart
of the city. We need qualified people only.
A driving license and knowledge of foreign
languages are not necessary.
E. Soprano Restaurant
Do you have some free time in the morning?
We are located in the middle of the city. You
must know how to take care of our customers.
Earn money delivering food in your own car.
You don’t have to know foreign languages.