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Matura 2011

ROZUMIENIE SŁUCHANEGO TEKSTU

Zadanie 1. (5 pkt)
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie wypowiedzi pięciu nastolatków wspominających swoje dzieciństwo. Do każdej osoby (1.1.–1.5.) dopasuj zdanie podsumowujące jej wypowiedź (A–F). (Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli.) Uwaga: jedno zdanie podane zostało dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej wypowiedzi. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.

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Zadanie 1.
Let’s listen to some teenagers remembering important events from their childhood.
One
I first rode a bike was when I was 5 years old. My older brother was watching me and I wanted to show him how good I was, so I got on the bike and started going down the road very quickly. Suddenly I saw a big wall in front of me but there was no way I could stop, and I hit it. I had to spend five nights in hospital and my leg was so bad that I couldn’t ride for two weeks.

Two
I’ll never forget the first time I got the chance to sing on the radio. I was visiting the studio with my class and one of the radio announcers suggested one of us sing a song in a phone-in programme. My teacher asked me and I thought, “Why not?” I was so excited. I stood in front of the microphone for the first time in my life and it felt great! I don’t even remember the title of the song but at that moment I decided I wanted to be a singer.

Three
One of my worst childhood memories was a race in the nursery school. I was very close to the finishing line. My father, who was watching me, was so excited that he got up and started shouting at me to go faster. I slowed down for a moment to look at him and someone ran past me. After the race my dad was angry. I got a silver medal but I cried all the way home.

Four
I was going to sing in a school production of My Fair Lady, which is my favourite musical. When the day came, I was ill and my mum wanted me to stay at home. My part wasn’t very important but I was looking forward to the show so much! So I told my mum I would run away from home if I couldn’t go on stage and begged her to let me go. She finally agreed, but I got to school five minutes after my first song. I felt so sad and disappointed!

Five
When I was in primary school my class was preparing a show for Mother’s Day and my teacher wanted me to play the piano. It was just a short piece but I was very nervous. I had practised for days but when I saw all the people in the audience I just couldn’t do it. I ran home crying. But later on my mum asked me to play just for her. I did it and it made her so happy that I quickly forgot the unfortunate day.

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A. I was late for my performance.
B. I had an accident.
C. I chose my future career.
D. I disappointed one of my parents.
E. I won a school competition.
F. I got scared of performing in public.

Zdaniem podsumowującym dla osoby 1.1 jest odpowiedź:

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Zdaniem podsumowującym dla osoby 1.2 jest odpowiedź:

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Zdaniem podsumowującym dla osoby 1.3 jest odpowiedź:

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Zdaniem podsumowującym dla osoby 1.4 jest odpowiedź:

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Zdaniem podsumowującym dla osoby 1.5 jest odpowiedź:

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Zadanie 2. (5 pkt)
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie komunikat dotyczący Dnia Sportu. (Zaznacz znakiem X,) które zdania są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – True), a które nie (F – False). Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.

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Zadanie 2.

Attention, everyone!

I have an announcement concerning the Sports Day in the school next Friday. There will be no classes on that day. The competitions start at 9.30 a.m. but all students are expected to arrive at least half an hour earlier and report to their class teachers as soon as possible. All pupils should take part in competitions but if you are not feeling well and cannot take part in the events, you must arrive on the day with a special form signed by one of your parents.

The weather forecast says it’ll be hot on Friday, so please remember to bring sun cream and a hat. If the temperature is over 35 degrees, we will shorten or cancel the event and classes will continue as normal.

Now a few words about clothing. Remember that all pupils taking part in the events must wear their class T-shirts with the special logo for the whole day, especially during competitions. Wearing your PE uniform or another T-shirt might mean that your score won’t be recorded and you will lose points for your class. That’s all, if you have any questions, ask your class teacher.

adapted from www.mail2.smcc-canossian.org

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2.1. On the Sports Day pupils should be at school by 9 o’clock.

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2.2. Students need a special note from their parents to take part in competitions.

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2.3. If it gets too hot, pupils will have regular lessons.

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2.4. All competitors should wear their PE uniform.

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2.5. The announcement is about safety rules during the Sports Day.

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Roman Rzadkowski - autor