Matura 2011 z języka angielskiego r 5

Matura 2011

Zadanie 5. (5 pkt)
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie pięć wiadomości. Do każdej wiadomości (5.1.–5.5.) dopasuj właściwy nagłówek (A–G). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga: dwa nagłówki zostały podane dodatkowo i nie odnoszą się do żadnej wiadomości. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.

Zadanie 5.
One
A number of pupils at St Cecilia’s College in Londonderry were 20 minutes late for their exam because the driver declared his vehicle unfit to drive. Billy Kerr, who was suspended after the incident, explained he had been involved in a minor accident the previous week and wanted action taken because he couldn’t see clearly through the window. He said he didn’t want to start the bus because he considered it to be a risk to pupils and other road sers. After arriving at school the pupils were allowed to write the exam and were given some extra time to complete the paper.

Two
A 47-year-old man was seriously injured after his van was involved in a collision with a school bus. The accident happened near Ednam, just after the school pick-up started at 8.20 a.m. Both drivers were freed by firefighters using special equipment and were taken to hospital for treatment. The van driver’s injuries have been described as life-threatening while the bus driver is said to be in a stable condition. The teenage passengers on the bus were treated for minor injuries at the scene. Luckily, none of them had to be hospitalized.

Three
A bus driver has been charged with dangerous driving after one of the pupils filmed him talking on his mobile phone and taking both hands off the steering wheel during a school run. The girl showed the clip recorded on her mobile to her parents, who reported the matter to the police. Colin Minall, who was driving the 35-seater bus to and from schools in Chester, was dismissed from the company. During the trial his solicitor said there was a huge irony in the case because it was Minall’s employers who had rung him to ask where he was, as parents were concerned that their children hadn’t returned on time.

Four
Pupils were given a mystery tour of Bury in Manchester as their bus driver lost his way to school. The driver, who had started work only a few days before the incident, took one wrong turn after another. After an hour of desperately trying to find the way to school, the driver eventually gave up and rang the bus station to find out how to get there. He was given the right directions to the school and the pupils arrived in class two hours late. A spokesman for the bus company said the driver would be dismissed if such an incident ever happened again.

Five
A school bus driver has been praised after leading his young passengers to safety as his vehicle went up in flames on a rural road in North Lincolnshire. About 25 children were on board the coach when it caught fire next to a level crossing near Brigg, on Wednesday. All of them were unharmed and continued their journeys to three schools in Brigg in two replacement buses. The local council said the driver’s actions had prevented a possible
tragedy, by ensuring the safety of his passengers and by trying to extinguish the fire.

adapted from www.guardian.co.uk

A. BUS DRIVER FINED FOR DANGEROUS DRIVING 5.1.
B. BUS GOES OFF ROUTE – PUPILS LATE FOR SCHOOL 5.2.
C. KIDS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL AFTER A COLLISION 5.3.
D. IRRESPONSIBLE BUS DRIVER FIRED FROM WORK 5.4.
E. BUS DRIVER REFUSES TO DRIVE FOR PUPILS’ SAFETY 5.5.
F. RESCUE SERVICES HELP VICTIMS OF A CRASH
G. LIFE-THREATENING INCIDENT DEALT WITH BY A BUS DRIVER

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