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Gim_III.1_klasa_3_egzamin_czytanie
Gimnazjum. Poziom rozszerzony. Klasa 3.
Próbny egzamin gimnazjalny. Karta pracy – CZYTANIE
Zadanie 1.
Przeczytaj tekst. Do każdego akapitu (1.1.–1.3.) dopasuj właściwy nagłówek (A–D). Wpisz odpowiednią literę
obok numeru każdego akapitu. Uwaga! Jeden nagłówek nie pasuje do żadnego akapitu.
A.
B.
C.
D.
Early years
Dangerous habits
Hunting for food
Large size
DRAGONS of the 20th CENTURY
1.1. The Komodo Dragon, also known as Varanus Komodoensis, is the world’s
largest lizard. It is quite dangerous – it can grow up to three metres in length
and it weighs up to seventy kilos. Although the dragons are big and heavy,
they can run pretty fast – almost twenty kilometres per hour!
1.2. The Komodo Dragon uses its sense of smell to catch its victims. Despite its
ability to run fast, it prefers to sit quietly in the grass and wait for something
big and tasty to appear. One bite of the dragon is so toxic that it can even kill
a horse!
1.3. Every female lays about twenty eggs. Dragons are born in spring. They eat
insects and live in the trees so that they don’t become anybody’s food. Five
years later they are grown up and ready to start a new life on the ground.
Zadanie 2.
Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto pięć zdań. Wpisz w luki 2.1.–2.4. litery, którymi oznaczono brakujące
zdania (A–E), tak aby otrzymać logiczny i spójny tekst. Uwaga! Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do żadnej luki.
Why ‘America’?
It is quite surprising that the name ‘America’ has nothing to do
with the name of the man who actually discovered it. 2.1. Here’s the reason. To the end of his days Columbus believed that he
had discovered parts of Asia. The man who corrected his mistake
was Amerigo Vespucci. He was an Italian sailor, who travelled along
South America. During his voyages he sent some letters to a friend
Its existence was unknown to anyone. Some
in Europe. 2.2. several years later, the letters were read by a German geographer.
2.3. He immediately thought Vespucci was correct. 2.4. Therefore, he named the new land after Vespucci’s first name.
A. The scientist was drawing a new map of the world.
B. He travelled on a ship named Tierra del Fuego.
C. Like Vespucci, the geographer believed that the land was a new continent.
D. He wrote that the coasts were a part of a new continent.
E. Why didn’t European geographers name the land after Columbus?
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Gimnazjum. Poziom rozszerzony. Klasa 3.
Próbny egzamin gimnazjalny. Karta pracy – CZYTANIE
Zadanie 3.
Przeczytaj informacje o trzech osobach (3.1.–3.3.) oraz cztery opisy prezentów (A–D). Do każdej osoby dopasuj
jeden prezent, który by jej najbardziej odpowiadał. Wpisz odpowiednią literę obok numeru każdej osoby.
Uwaga! Jeden opis został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby.
3.1. Simon
I’m looking for a present for my
12‑year-old brother. He knows a lot
about animals and science. But he gets
easily discouraged when the game rules
are complicated, or he can’t answer the
questions correctly. Since he hasn’t got
his own computer, I would like to get
him a board game.
3.2. Rita
I need a gift for my sister. She’s a bright
but rather impatient bank manager.
Last year, she got a computer game,
but she didn’t like it, as the rules were
complicated and there was a time limit.
That’s why I’m looking for something
different this year.
3.3. Alex
I want to buy a present for my brother.
He’s a primary school student so I need
a game with simple rules and easy
questions. I need a game which he
could play on his computer.
A.
Smarty is a game containing questions from five
categories: Books, Films, Sport, Animals, and Science.
A perfect present for adults who have a wide range of
knowledge. To become a winner, you have to answer
all the questions correctly.
B.
InteliGo is an educational computer game for children
under 13. The rules are simple: players watch short
films about animals or sport, and answer questions.
If they don’t know an answer, they choose another
question. There are no losers in this game.
C.
Don’t feel discouraged by the complicated rules of
the Santo board game. When you have learnt the
rules, you will be playing the game every day! There
are different question levels and categories – from
easy ones about animals to extra hard ones about
technology. Only creative and patient players win the
‘Santo’ game.
D.
The rules of the KnowAll board game aren’t
complicated, but you need to answer the questions
quickly, as there’s a time limit. The questions are set at
different difficulty levels, so the game is suitable for all
ages.
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Gimnazjum. Poziom rozszerzony. Klasa 3.
Próbny egzamin gimnazjalny. Karta pracy – CZYTANIE
Zadanie 4.
Przeczytaj informacje o trzech osobach (4.1.–4.3.) oraz czterech klubach sportowych (A–D). Do każdej osoby
dopasuj klub, który by jej najbardziej odpowiadał. Wpisz odpowiednią literę obok numeru każdej osoby.
Uwaga! Jeden opis został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby.
4.1. Sylvia
I’m taking my final exams this year
so I study all the time. I don’t have too
much time for sport and I can’t go
to the club regularly – only when I have
a free moment.
4.2. Jim
I want to keep fit and work on my
muscles. But I particularly like team
sports and I love winning. This is fun!
4.3. Jessica
Sport doesn’t have to make me tired,
just relaxed. That’s why I love spending
time in the fresh air.
A. Sports Academy
We offer our members quality sports together with
health and fitness experience. Fitness courses, dance
classes or the gym – anything you need. And we have
two brand new courses on offer – horse riding and
cycling. Every Saturday and Sunday! Join us!
B. Clapham Sports Centre
We are open seven days a week, from 9am to 10pm.
We offer you a whole range of courses – from aerobics
to swimming. And you don’t have to come every day.
Just buy a membership card and visit us whenever you
have some spare time.
C. Westin Leisure Centre
Want to meet new people? come to our club.
The membership fee includes all indoor sports.
Sign up for different activities to keep fit up to 6 times
a week.
D. Youth Club
It’s time to join Youth Club! We’ve got plenty of indoor
activities on offer, so you’ll definitely find something
for yourself. Choose 2 courses per week for only £9.99!
Like competition? Pay an extra £5 to play volleyball,
basketball or football twice a week.
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