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EGZAMIN KoŃcowY Z JĘLyKAANGIELSKIEGo NA POZIOMIE 82
EGZAMIN KoŃcowY Z JĘLyKAANGIELSKIEGo NA POZIOMIE 82
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odporł'iedzi na pytania do testów |,2r 3.l i 3.2 wpisuj na kartę odpowiedzi numer
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INSTRUKCJA TESTOWA
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książeczkę testową dwie
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RoZWIĄZUJ TESTY l,2,3.l i3.2 (PYTANIA
NUMER 1 w NASTĘPUJĄCY SPoSÓB:
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1-60)
NA KARCIE
oDPowIEDzI
Do kazdego pytania podane są trzy odpowiedzi do wyboru, oznaczone literami A,B,C'
Wybieraj za każdymrazem jedną prawidłową odpowiedź.
Mozesz wykorzystyw ać ksiĘeczkę testową do zamaczania odpowie dzi ,,nabrudno".
Na kartę odpowiedzi nanięś ostateczną wersję, zaczemiając DOKŁADNIE oŁo\\/KIEM
cały wytrany przęz siebie prostokącik.
ROZWIĄZUJ TESTY 3.3, 3.4 (PYTANIA 61-90) oRAZ TEST 4 NA KARCIE
oDPowIEDZI NUMER 2 w NASTĘPUJĄCY SPoSoB:
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Wszystkie odpowiedzi wpisuj
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na osobnej karcie odpowiedzi.
Niniejszą książeczkę testową możęsz wykorzystać do rozwiązywan-ia testu ,,na brudno''.
Test 4 moŻesz napisać ,,na brudno'' na odwrocie stron ksiązeczki testowej.
Pisz wyraznie! Nieczytelne pismo nie będzie brane pod uwagę!
EGZAMIN KoNCowY Z IĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGo NA PoZIOMIE B2
TĘ CZĘŚC TESTU RoZWIĄZUJ NA KARCIE oDPowIEDZI NUMER
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TEST 1. RoZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU (20 PKT.) PYTANIA 1_10
UsĘszysz za chwilę fragment nagrania. Zapoznaj się ze zdaniami (1-10)' a następnie po
drvukrotnym wysłuchaniu tekstu Zaznacz właściwąodpowiedź. Zakażdym razem fylko
jedna odpowiedź jest poprawna. Sluchając możesz robić notatki w książeczce testowej.
Zaznacz na karcie odpowiedzi nr 1 odpowiednią literę obok wlaściwego numeru zdania.
Listen to the text ąnd on the basis of what you hear, choose the right option in each group of
three provided. Mark your answers on answer sheet l.
i.
The lecturer is probably addressing
A) a therapy group of patients suffering from insomnia.
B) university students.
C) members of a conference on sleep.
2"
The longest period on record which a pelson has spent without sleep is
A) 11 days.
B) i 1 weeks.
C) several years.
3.
Even a few days of sleep deprivation may cause
A) hallucinations, inability to speak, paranoia.
B) paranoia, inability to perform simple tasks, hallucinations'
C) tiredness, paranoia, inability to see properly.
4.
During sleep, the pituitary gland produces
A) protein synthesis in a child's body.
B) cells that may repair skin, bones and muscles.
C) growth hormone.
5" Which of the following sentences, according to the
A) The explosion of the space shuttle Challenger
B)
C)
6.
7
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lecture, is not true?
was caused by people who were short
of sleep.
Scientists are unanimous that an average adult needs 5 to 6 hours of sleep.
Sleep helps the brain to process memories.
Sleep loss impairs the ability to memorize
A) simple lists of words.
B) complex material, such as stories.
C) the REM sleep phase.
One of the listeners, at one point, seems to be
A) falling asleep during the lęcture.
B) very excited about the toPic.
C) in disagreement with the lecturer's standpoint.
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8.
9.
According to the lecturer, the amount of sleep neęded depends on
A) age.
B) individual
C) sex.
preferences.
The lecturer concludes that sleep is
A) more important with age.
B) less important than many people assume.
C) necessarY.
i0. Listeners are asked to open
A)
B)
c)
the books on page
238.
208.
248.
TEST z.ROZIJMIENIE TEKSTU PISANEGO (20 PKT.) PYTANIA 11_20.
Przeczytaj uważnie ponDszy tekst, a następnie odpowiedz na pytania, wybierając jedną
z trzech podanych możliwości.Za każdym razem Ęlko jedna odpowiedź jest popra\Yna.
Swój wybór zaznacz na karcie odpowiedzi nr 1.
Read the text below and complete the sentences by choosing the right option. Mark your
answers on answer sheet I.
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For anyone who is sęt on a career in fashion it is not enough to have succeeded in
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college. The real test is whether they can survive and become established during their early
a
)
20s making a name for themselves in the real world wherę business skills carr count for as
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much as flair and creativitY...
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7
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Fashion is a hard business. There is a continuous amount of stress because work is at
constant breakneck speed to prepare for the next season's collections. It
is
a
extremely
competitive and there is the constant need to cultivate good coverage in newspapers and
magazines. It also requires continual freshness because the appetite for new ideas is
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insatiable. "We try to wam people before they come to us about how tough it is," says Lydia
Kemeny, the Head of Fashion at St. Martin's School of Art in London, "and we point out that
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drive and determination are essential."
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This may seem far removed from the popular image of trendy and dilettante young
people spending their time designing pretty dresses. That may well be what they do in their
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first year of study but a good college won't be slow in introducing students to commęrcial
,,We don't stamp on the blossoming flower of creativity but in thę second year we
realities.
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start introducing the constraints of price, manufacturability, marketing and so on."
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Almost all fashion design is done to a brief. It is not a form of self-expression as such,
although there is certainly room for imagination and innovation. Most young designers are
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gq]4g 10 end up as employees of a manufacturel or fashion house and they still need to bę able
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to work within the characteristic style of their employer. Even those students who are most
avant-garde in their own taste of clothes and image may need to adapt to produce designs
which are right for the mainstream Mark and Spencer type of market. They also have to be
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money is no object.
I 1.
To be successful as a fashion designer one must
A) have excellent academic qualifications.
B) be well established before you are 20.
C) be able to handle business problems.
12. All fashion designers should expect to
A) cope with continual fatigue.
B) face tough competition.
C)
make a rapid tumover.
13.In fashion design one of the most impońant factors is to
A) make instant decisions.
B) maintain good press contacts.
C) satisfu excessive demands.
14.
Lydia Kemeny, the Head of Fashion at St. Martin's School of Art in London
A) discourages candidates who lack determination.
B) looks for both creative and submissive candidates.
C) believes that only few fashion designers can survive.
l5. Training acquaints thę student with
A)
B)
C)
a
basic knowledge of
factorY management.
personnel management.
marketing.
16. The word "insatiable" (line 9) stands for
A) unpredictable.
B) wanting more and more.
C) difficult to comprehend.
l7" "To stamp" (line l5) means
A)
B)
C)
to destroY.
to promote.
to rely on.
18.
"Almost all fashion design is done to a brief ' (line 17) can bę understood that
A) it follows official instructions.
B) it is designed over a very shoń period of time.
C) only few designs are shown on the catwalks.
19. The views on fashion design expressed in the article
A) present an encouraging picture.
B) contain some innovating ideas.
C) dispel some common illusions.
20. The passage may come from
A)
B)
C)
for students.
a popular magazine on fashion.
a brochure of a fashion college.
a textbook on fashion
TEST 3' FoRMY I STRUKTURY JĘZYKoWE w KoMUNIKACJI (80 PKT.)
PYTANTA 21-30 (10 PKT.)
W każdym z poniższych zdań zostaĘ podkreślone trzy elemenĘ, które oznaczono
literami A, B, C. Jeden z tych elementów jest zawsze niepoprawny w kontekście całego
zdania. Dla każdego zdania ustal, o który element chodzi, następnie Zaznacz swoje
rorwiązanie na karcie odporviedzi nr I. Zaznacz literę odpowiadającą wybranej przez
ciebie możIiwościobok wlaściwego numeru pytania.
There are three underlinedwords or phrases (marked A, B and Q in sentences 2l*30 below.
For each sentence identifu the one element that is wrong. Mark your answers on answer
3.1.
sheet
l.
21" The couple left the
A) wife's parents to look after the children, and they B)
set on in the
car C) heading for London.
Ż2. only A) bv hirine a B) sinele-eneihe aircraft C) they could get to the island.
A) oushtn't have left such a little child B) on his own at home. It was C) quite
irresponsible of you!
23. I think you
24. It was
A) so impressive
a painting that I had
B) an irresistible urge C) of buying it.
25.My parents suggested that we A) should invite B) Davq J_ęx to our annual C) fancydressed party.
26.I]'er fathęr A) did quite a scene when Sue B) came home two hours later than she C) was
supposed to.
Z].Her nutritionist recommended A) followine a dięt B) off fresh fruit' vegetables
and
C) dairy products.
28. Don't A) take risk. Tom.
A bird in the hand, B) is worth two C) in the bush.
29"Dave said that we A) must try that new restaurant B) at Blakely Street as they serve the
best sushi C) in town.
30. The guy iń tattoos
A) froń tóp tó tóe lras been B) jn
the pi']Śoi1for C) half of his life norł'.
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3.2. PYTANTA 31-s0 (20 PKT.)
Przeczytaj uważnie poniższy tekst, a następnie uzupełnij występujące w nim braki
wybierajączakażdym razem jedną ztrzech możliwości(A, B, C) podanych pod tekstem.
Tylko jedna opcja jest w pełni poprawna. Na karcie odpowiedzi nr 1 zaznacz literę
odpowiadającą wybranej przez ciebie możliwościobok właściwegonumeru pytania.
Read the text and then fill the blanks. For eąch blank three options are given below the
Mark your answers on answer sheet I.
It's
50o C,
trvp ro
It will have everything you could hope
text.
HIT THE sKr sLoPE
31)...............
from a ski resort
-
freezing
temperatures and beautiful Alpine slopes covered in crisp deep snow. 32)......................... will
even be mugs of steaming hot cocoa by the fireplace.
33).".......... there will be a major difference from the resorts of Switzerland and
this 34)............ is in the desert in a country where very few people have
Austria
can ski.
seen snow, let 35).......
The Ski Dubai development, being 36)............ inside the f,500 million Emirates
the whole skiing experience to the Middle East.
shopping mall, aims to 37)........
"There 38)............ be no windows looking to the outside," said Phil Taylor, Ski
Dubai's chief executive.
"The
39)...
.... is to create a beautiful day in the mountains."
To that end a thick insulated roof with a sky-blue ceiling will seal in the site, with
40)............
4l)......."....
mountain featuring
a 62m vertical drop and five trails
as
as 400m. Snowmaking machines will cover the skiing and snowboarding
runs with 70cm of powdery snow,
42)...........,
23 huge air conditioners will keep the
temperature at -10C.
43)............
the outside temperature could be as high as 490C (1200F).
44)............ there will be a ski school and
through glacial caverns with ice
or 45)........
For those first-timers who want to start
places to go sledging, toss snowballs
sculptures and icicles.
46).............. for hire few people own it in Dubai. The complex
to open in September and will be the third largest of about 50
Warm clothing will be
is 47).."...."
48)...."..."...
ski resorts around the world, and the only one in a 49)......................... or
the Middle East. Skiers
will pay
Ł20 for two hours and there
is
50)........
space for
3,500 visitors a day.
Adaptedfrom: Metro, April 15,2005
31.
A) for
B) of
C) about
1)
A) they
B) there
c) it
33"
A) although
B) unfortunately
C) however
34.
A) specific
B) particular
C) one
35.
A) alone
B) event
C) ciown
36.
A) presented
B) built
C) build
1n
)t.
A) bring
B) popularize
C) familiarize
38"
A) hardly
B) may
C) will
39.
A) plans
B) idea
C) concem
40.
A) its
B) snowy
C) tall
4r.
A) big
B) short
C) long
4Ż.
A) however
B) although
C) while
43.
A) meanwhile
B) nevertheless
C) contrary
44.
A) hesitantly
B) slowly
C) studying
45.
A) paddle
B) hop
C) walk
46.
A) available
B) suitable
C) seemed
41.
A) also
B) set
C) going
48.
A) outdoor
B) indoors
C) indoor
49.
A) deseń
B) dessert
C) area
50.
A) hardly
B) enough
C) little
PYTANIA 51-60 (10 PKT.)
Uzupelnij luki rvybierając spośród trzech możliwościpodanych bezpośrednio pod
każdym zdaniem. We wszystkich wypadkach Ęlko jedna możliwośćw pełni pasuje do
kontókstu i przedstawionej sytuacji. Zaznacz swoje odpowiedzi na karcie odpolviedzi
3.3.
nr
1.
Complete the sentences with the best option. Mark your answers on answer sheet l.
51" The flower
girl wore a
...............
A) pretty, white, satin
52. Don't come round so late
A) can you
53.
again,
I couldn't listen to the whole of it.
Would you
airborne.
mind
A) to keep
...-...?
B) won't you
I opened the window and I heard her
A) playing
54.
dress at the wedding ceremony.
B) satin, pretty, white C) white' satin, pretty
...........
B) play
C) will you
Chopin's concert. Unfortunately,
C) played
....... your mobile phones switched
B) have kept
C) keeping
off while the plane is
l
55. It's all his fault. If he had listened to his docror he
be
A) wouldn't
56.
I'll
B) would
be
.............
in hospital now.
C) wouldn't have been
let you know about Jim as soon as he .........................home.
A) will
arrive
57. It's a pity Becicham
A) such
a
B) would
wili not piay tomorrow. He is
B) such an
58. Hello, you must be .........................!
A)
arrive
a friend of
Hęlen
B)
a
C) arrives
..............
important piayer!
C) such
friend of Helęns' C) a friend of Helen's
59. "Eve, could you tell me who the author of this book is?" "I wish I .........................."
A)
B) had
C) know
knew
known
60. "I overslept and was late for classes again!" "You'd
....... that clock fixed."
A) better to have
B) rather have
C) better have
PoNIZSZĄ CZĘŚC TESTU ROZWIĄZUJ NA KARCIE ODPOWIEDZINR
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3.4. PYTANTA 61-80 (20 PKT.)
Przeczytaj uł'ażnie ponDszy tekst, a następnie uzupelnij występujące w nim luki. W
jedną Iukę możeszlvstawić tylko jedno slowo. Upervnij się czy uzupełniony przez ciebie
tekst tworzy poprawną gramafycznie, logiczną całość,a następnie przenieśswoje
rozłviązania na kartę odpowiedzi nr Ż. Pamiętaj o poprawności ortograficznej
wpisywanych wyrazów!
Read the text and complete each numbered gap with ONE suitable word. Write your answers
on ąnswer sheet 2.
THE rcpy ro A LoNcER LrFE
6l)....
62)............ dramatically
... genetic engineering to create mice
Scientists have
longer.
The research could pave the way for treatments
humans, and
64)......
.
63)............
may extend the lifespan of
the diseases of old age.
The findings lend support
66)............
which are healthier and
65)............
the "free radical" theory of
ageing,
says the harmful effects of old age are largely due 67).....
highly reactive, destructive molecules.
68)............
these free radicals attack other
molecules, they can have a serious impact at the cellular level, damaging cell components and
DNA.
Many free radicals involve oxygen "species" and
69)....
... neutralised by
antioxidants.
In the new study, 70)............ led by Professor Peter Rabinovitch,
71)............ the University of Washington in the US, boosted levels of an antioxidant
in the 72)..."......... of the mice.
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is an enzyme in the body that helps convert
73)'......".... of the waste products of mętabolism, 74)..
Catalase
hydrogen peroxide,
...... water and
oxygen.
Mice
75)..
..... higher catalase levels in the mitochondria, small structures
resenrbling coffee beans,
?6)............
their lifespans increased by
an
17)....'........ of 20%. They also had healthier heań muscle, indicating that the enzyme
against age-related heań problems.
helped to 78)........
..... we're realising now is that by intervening in
Prof Rabinovitch said: "79)..
to produce very significant
the underlying ageing process, we may be 80).......
increases in "healthspan", or healthy lifespan".
3.5.
PYTANIA 81-90 (20 PKT.)
Zareaguj po angielsku stosownie do sytuacji. Swoje rozwiązania - w formie krótkich
wypowiedzi, najczęściejpojedynczych zdań _ nanieśna kartę odpowiedzi nr Ż.
How would you react in the following situations? IVrite your utterances on Qnswer sheet 2.
8l. Zapytą czy twoj gośó słodzi herbatę.
82. Powiedz, Że chclałabyŚ/chciałbyś zadzwonió na koszt rozmówcy.
83. Reklamujesz spodnie, ale powiedz, Że masz problem: zgubiłeśparagon.
84' Dzwonisz,by potwierdzić rezerwację pokoju dwuosobowego na 6 czerwca.
85. Poproś kolegę o przysługę.
86' Wznieś toast za powodzenie na egzaminach.
87. Jesteś na lotnisku. Poprośo miejsce przy korytarzu w samolocie.
88. Poprośgospodynię o przepis na przepyszny sernik.
89.PrzęłoŻwizytę u dentysty naprzyszły tydzień. Podaj powod.
90' Poinformuj,Że do najblizszej księgarntna|eŻy skręcić w drugąprzecznicę w lewo.
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TEST 4. wYPowIEDŻ PISEMNA (40 PKT.)
Inspirując się ponższymi wypowiedziami napisz krótkie wypracowanie (2Ż0 _250 stów)
na temat:
"Fasltion - a means of self-expression?"
Write a short compositton (in 250 words) on the topic;
" Fashton
- a means of self-expression? "
Perhaps you wiii finci inspiraiion in the foiiowing quotations;
"Fashion is what you adopt rvhen you don't know who you are"
Quentin Crisp
"f've always been in love with clothes, it is how I have expressed myself'
Rod Stewąrd
"For me, elegance is not to pass unnoticed but to
is"
Christian Lacroix
get to the very soul of what one
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Exam 82
"Sleep"
Lecturer: Muy I have your attention please? ... Thank you.
I can fully understand that at the end of the day you are all exhausted
and
already half asieep, but I'm afraid you have to struggle to stay awake for at least
another hour, especially since there is an exam at the end of the term.
Actually, in today's iecturę I am going to discuss the importance of sleep.
living creatures have a neęd for sieep, though scientists are not in
agreement on the reason for this
--
A11
absolute
that is, what psychological and physiological
effects sleep has on the living organism.
There are people who claim they have not slept a wink in years, but none of
their storięs have beęn verified. Actually, the longest period of wake1ulness on
record
is elevęn days, but aftęr even a few days of sleep deprivation'
mentai deterioration sets
in. Typical
symptoms
of this are
severe
paranoia,
hallucinations and thę inability to perform even simple tasks.
As the science of studying sleep advances, it becomes increasingly apparent that
there's much more to sieep than appeeirs on the surface. It actually seems as
if
our biochemistry and physiology change profoundly when we are sleeping. For
instance, growth hormone is produced by the pituitary gland during deep sleep.
This hormone is vital to normal childhood development -_ which might explain
the old wives' tale: "Early to bed and you'll grow tali." In adults, growth
hormone piays a vital rolę in cell repair and protein synthesis, thus restoring
skin, bones and muscle to good hęalth.
lĄor>q.
illr Evans,
A
xIL
are you still with us? It's alright. What was I saying?
Yes, sleep may aiso have a vital physiological function in heiping the brain to
process memories. one researcher gave various learning tasks to studęnts and
then intem-rpted their sleep during the deep, or REM, phase.
He found
that
memońsing complex material, such as stories' was greatly impaired by the sleep
ioss, while simpler tasks such as memorising lists of words were not much
affected.
One question still remains: how much sleep do we really need? Opinion is
divided on this mat[er. Whilę Some suggest that we get too much
-
one
researcher claims that beyond five or six hours, the ręst is mere self-indulgence
--- others say that as a sociefy we are sevęrely sleep-deprived, and that accidents
such as the Exxon Valdez
oil spill and the
explosion of thę Space shuttle
Challenger involved people who werę short of sleep.
sleep varies quite considerably with agę
hours than youngff people
-.
of
course, the need for
_- older people generally sleep fewęr
but what stands out clęarly is that sleep is
essential. Now, if you could turn to page 248 in your textbook ...
EGZAMIN KoNCowY Z lĘzYKA ANGIELSKIEGO 82
KLUCZ DO ODPOWIEDZI
PYTANIA 61_80
71. from, at
61. used
l
64. combat, figh! beaĘ cure'
68. when, if, whenever
SYTUACJE
81. Do you take sugar in your tea?
82. I'd like to make a reversed charge cali.
83. I'd like to rehlrn these bousers, but I've got a problem. I've lost the receipt.
84. I'd like to confirm the reservation (booking) for a double room for the night of 6 June.
85. Could you do me a favour?
86. Let's drink to our success in exams!
87. I'd like a seat by the aisle, please.
88. Coutd you give me the recipe for that delicious cheesecake?
89. I'm afraid I have to put the appointrnent
offtill
next weęk. I'm overloaded with work.
90. You need to take the second turning on the Ieft to get to the bookshop.
EGZAMIN KoŃCowY Z JĘZyKA ANGIELSK]EGO 82
zu-UCZ DO ODPOWIEDZI
PYTANIA I_60
B
2.A
3.B
4.C
5.B
6.B
7.A
LA
9.C
10.
c
11. C
16. B
31. A
46.
17.
A
32. B
41. B
18.
A
33. C
48. C
19.
c
34. C
49.
20. B
35. A
50. B
21. B
36. B
51.
't1 r-
37, A
52. C
A
38. C
53.
A
24. C
39. B
s4.
c
25. C
40. A
55.
A
A
41. C
56. C
23.
26.
A
A
A
12.
B
Ż7. B
42. C
57. B
13.
B
Ż8. A
43. A
58. C
14.
A
29.
B
44.
B
59. A
15.
C
30.
B
4s.
c
60.
c

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