Matura 2012 z języka angielskiego r 5

Matura 2012

Zadanie 5. (5 pkt)
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie wypowiedzi pięciu osób na temat muzyki. Do każdej wypowiedzi (5.1.–5.5.) dopasuj właściwe zdanie podsumowujące jej treść (A–F). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga: jedno zdanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie odnosi się do żadnej wypowiedzi. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.

TRANSKRYPCJA

Zadanie 5.
In our weekly vox pop, we asked the public to share their thoughts on the latest changes in the music business. Here’s what they said.

Speaker 1
In my opinion the future will revolve around finding innovative ways to use music, especially on the web. One example is music games – it’s an exciting new concept that is likely to catch on because it’s much more interactive than just listening to music. That’s the direction the music industry should follow and not just here but in other countries as well. People want to be more involved with music online and the IT experts working for music companies will surely come up with some imaginative solutions.

Speaker 2
I believe the first step to making money from music is to ensure the current copyright laws are enforced. Many countries, including ours, have got a perfectly good copyright system in place. The law is there, the whole idea’s just to execute it successfully. And if the law is upheld, then I think downloading will become less of an issue and the opportunities for the future of the music business are enormous. I think we’ve got a great future as an industry, as long as the government has got the strength to step up and support copyright.

Speaker 3
People pay for mobile phones, broadband internet and cable TV, so why not music? I feel the subscription model is the way forward for the music industry. Companies have to make use of the current eagerness of those who want to enjoy their favorite tunes to accept some expense. Then there will be no need to punish people for illegal copying. I really don’t think many people would protest against a moderate fee.

Speaker 4
A number of governments have introduced a system of fees on recording mediums like blank CDs and similar items. The money obtained from selling the items is used to finance musicians and songwriters for the money lost as a result of copying. If such a law works there, why don’t we adopt such regulations here? I suppose what’s good for people abroad, might be good for us, too.

Speaker 5
I think 95% of music that’s downloaded illegally could be turned into music that’s downloaded by legal means if we take the right steps. Instead of cutting people off from the Internet, it would be better to send the worst offenders into studios for a week to do community service. There, they would see how difficult and tiresome the process of making music is. I’m sure after such a lesson, they wouldn’t even consider stealing music again.

adapted from www.whatprice.co.uk

A. Most music lovers won’t mind buying music from the net cheaply.
B. Downloading music illegally will be a growing problem.
C. It is vital to make the existing legal regulations work.
D. There should be a different punishment for stealing music.
E. The Internet will employ music in more creative ways.
F. It is worth trying out solutions adopted in other countries.

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