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1 Przeczytaj tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, aby otrzymać logiczny
i gramatycznie poprawny tekst. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C. (5 pkt)

1.1
A. exciting
B. more exciting
C. the most exciting
1.2
A. which
B. who
C. what
1.3
A. too old
B. so old
C. old enough
1.4
A. so
B. such a
C. such
1.5
A. telling
B. saying
C. speaking
When they think about their own youth, a number of adults idealise their teenage years. They tend to
think that a teenager’s life is much 1.1___ than that of a grown-up. They often forget how annoying life
can be for a teenager. Lots of parents set strict rules for their teenage children 1.2___ make their lives
harder and less interesting than one might suppose. Teenagers all too often hear the same old story: ‘You can’t make a mess in your room because it’s part of our house!’ Or, ‘You aren’t 1.3___ to go to an all night party!’ and so on and so forth.
Not surprisingly, a lot of teenagers who want to make their lives easier learn how to get around their
parents. They might play the model child for a while and then, suddenly surprise their parents by asking them whether this camping trip next week is really
1.4___ bad idea. Other teenagers pretend to tell their parents everything, well, almost everything. The flood of details is too much for their mum and dad. When their parents start 1.5___ them off for a bad grade, for example, their teenage child will look hurt and say: ‘I’ve already told you!’
2 W zadaniach 2.1 – 2.5 wybierz słowo, które poprawnie uzupełnia luki w obu zdaniach.
Zakreśl literę A, B lub C. (5 pkt)
2.1 You can’t really ___ on Judy to help you. She’ll let you down as usual.
When I feel I’m getting angry, I ___ to ten and try to calm down.
A. rely
B. depend
C. count
2.2 I don’t ___ washing up the dishes.
Never ___ this now. We can talk about it later.
A. like
B. mind
C. prefer
2.3 Can I have a ___ with you? There’s something we have to discuss, I’m afraid.
You don’t really need to look up each unfamiliar ___ in a dictionary while reading a book in English.
A. word
B. talk
C. conversation
2.4 I don’t like T-shirts with a pattern or anything like that. I prefer ___ ones.
Some people think he’s ugly but to me, he’s just ___.
A. simple
B. casual
C. plain
2.5 Some people say that your ___ can tell others a lot about you.
The ___ of CDs in the 1980s changed the music industry.
A. looks
B. appearance
C. style
3 W zadaniach 3.1 – 3.5 spośród podanych opcji (A – C) wybierz tę, która najlepiej zastąpi
zaznaczony fragment. Zakreśl literę A, B lub C. (5 pkt)
3.1 I can’t cook as well as my sister.
A. My sister’s a better cook than me.
B. I’m not a good cook and nor is my sister.
A. Both my sister and I can cook very well.
3.2 We’re driving too slowly to get to the airport on time.
A. We’re driving slowly enough
B. We aren’t driving fast enough
C. We’re driving too fast
3.3 I didn’t find the film at all frightening.
A. I thought the film was very scary.
B. I was scared during the film.
C. I wasn’t frightened during the film.
3.4 She takes after her dad.
A. looks like
B. looks after
C. gets on well with
3.5 When I get angry with her, she often answers me back.
A. gives me good arguments.
B. talks to me angrily.
C. answers my questions.
4 Uzupełnij poniższe minidialogi (4.1–4.4), wybierając brakującą odpowiedź jednej z osób.
Zakreśl literę A, B lub C. (4 pkt)
4.1 X: ___
Y: Well, we have our ups and downs. But she’s OK most of the time?
A. How are you getting on with your new flatmate?
B. How did you find your new flatmate?
C. How do you solve conflicts with your new flatmate?
4.2 X: Look at this mess! Why don’t you wash up?
Y: ___. It’s definitely your turn today to do that!
A. That sounds OK.
B. You must be joking.
C. I’ll do my best.
4.3 X: How often do you go to the cinema?
Y: ___. I prefer watching DVDs at home.
A. So often.
B. Too much
C. Very rarely.
4.4 X: It’s such nice weather today. ___.
Y: I’m not sure. I’m rather tired.
A: Do you go cycling?
B. Why don’t we go cycling?
C. Should I go cycling?
5 Przeczytaj tekst. Uzupełnij każdą lukę (1.1 – 1.4), przekształcając jeden z wyrazów z ramki w taki sposób, aby powstał spójny i logiczny tekst. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność gramatyczna i ortograficzna wpisywanych wyrazów. (4 pkt)

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The world’s population is ageing. The process is most clearly observed in well-developed
European countries and the USA, and is caused by two main factors, namely an increase in
longevity and a decline in population growth. It 1.1______________________ that life expectancy
in developed countries has risen by an average of 12 years in the last four decades.
The ageing of a country’s population might have 1.2______________________ consequences for the
economy and public services. According to a study conducted in 2011 in the UK, 65% of public spending on benefi ts went to elderly people. Should the population fi gures continue to rise as projected, an additional £10 billion 1.3______________________ each year to provide fi nancial benefi ts and medical care to retired citizens.
However, the phenomenon should not be seen as overly negative. Some experts believe that
greater numbers of experienced and skilled employees might help businesses to become
more 1.4__________________ and increase their productivity.
6. Przeczytaj tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu.
Zakreśl literę A, B, C albo D.
A COUNTRY OF DRIVERS
One of the things we wanted when we moved to America was to live in a place within
walking distance of shops. Hanover, where we settled, is a small college town. It has
a traditional Main Street, residential districts with big green lawns and a few parks. In short,
it is a great place to walk. Strangely enough, nearly everyone lives within a five-minute walk
of the shops, but no one walks.
I walk to town every day. I go to the post office or the local bookshop, and if I feel like it,
I stop for a cup of coffee. All this is a big part of my life and I wouldn’t dream of doing it
any other way than on foot. People have got used to this strange behaviour now. Yet from the
early years I remember a situation when a neighbour saw me on my way back home after my
usual morning visit to town. He slowed down and asked if I wanted a lift.
“But I’m going your way. It’s no trouble,” he insisted when I politely refused.
“Honestly, I prefer to walk.”
“Well, if you’re absolutely sure,” he said and drove off feeling as if he were leaving
the scene of an accident.
People have become so used to driving that they have no idea what their legs can do.
The other day I was in a town called Etna to collect my son from his piano lesson when a car
stopped outside the local post office and a man about my age went inside. He was there
for three minutes, then came out, drove no more than 16 feet to the general store next door,
and popped in again. And the man looked really fit. I’m sure he jogs, plays squash and does
all kinds of healthy things, but he drives everywhere. It’s crazy.
Go to almost any suburb developed in the US in the last thirty years and you will not find
a pavement anywhere. Often you won’t find a single zebra crossing. Last summer in Maine
we stopped in one of those endless zones of shopping malls and fast-food places. I noticed
there was a bookshop across the street and wanted to go there while my wife was having
coffee. Although the bookshop was no more than 50 feet away, I discovered there was no way
to get there on foot. I would have to run across a motorway with three lanes of fast-moving
traffic. Finally, I got into my car and drove across. It seemed ridiculous but I realized that
I was probably the only person looking around for a zebra crossing.
adapted from Notes from a Big Country by Bill Bryson
6.1. Which sentence is TRUE about the town where the narrator lives?
A. There are too many students.
B. It has very few green areas.
C. It seems ideal for walking.
D. There are not enough shops.
6.2. Why did the narrator refuse his neighbour’s offer of a lift?
A. He enjoyed his everyday routine.
B. He didn’t want to cause trouble.
C. He needed to stop for a coffee.
D. He was afraid of an accident.
6.3. While observing the man in Etna, it seemed strange to the narrator that
A. the man driving the car was so young.
B. the man drove a very short distance.
C. the man was jogging in a general store.
D. the man spent only three minutes at the post office.
6.4. How did the narrator get to the bookshop in Maine?
A. He walked to the nearest zebra crossing.
B. He asked somebody to give him a lift.
C. He ran across a busy road.
D. He used his own car.
6.5. In the text, the author
A. describes what surprised him in the US.
B. criticises new traffic regulations in the US.
C. presents the advantages of driving in the US.
D. explains why he prefers not to walk in the US.
7. Twój zespół muzyczny planuje swój pierwszy koncert. Na prowadzonym przez Ciebie
blogu:
 poinformuj, gdzie koncert się odbędzie, i uzasadnij wybór tego miejsca
 opisz, jak przygotowujecie się do występu
 napisz, jakie są Twoje odczucia przed koncertem
 przedstaw plany artystyczne Twojego zespołu na najbliższą przyszłość.
Rozwiń swoją wypowiedź w każdym z czterech podpunktów, pamiętając, że jej długość
powinna wynosić od 80 do 130 słów (nie licząc słów w zdaniach, które są podane). Oceniana
jest umiejętność pełnego przekazania informacji (4 punkty), spójność i logika wypowiedzi
(2 punkty), bogactwo językowe (2 punkty) oraz poprawność językowa (2 punkty).
CZYSTOPIS
NEW ENTRY
Title: First concert!
Entry:
I have great news for you! We’re giving our first concert!
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I hope you’ll be there!
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