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Piotr Steinbrich Konsultacja: Prof. dr hab. Hanna - speak
Opracowanie: Piotr Steinbrich
Konsultacja: Prof. dr hab. Hanna Komorowska
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Proszę uzupełnić poniższe zdania odpowiednim słowem lub zwrotem. W każdym zdaniu możliwa jest tylko
jedna poprawna odpowiedź. Zalecane jest uzupełnienie maksymalnej ilości zdań niezależnie od poziomu
osoby testowanej. Odpowiedzi proszę wpisać do arkusza ANSWER SHEET
.
1.
José is ____ Argentina.
a. from
2.
b. is
c. do
d. are
b. dad
c. dads
d. dad is
b. swimming
c. swims
d. at swimming
c. Doesn’t
d. Don’t
b. not
c. doesn’t
d. don’t
b. have got
c. is
d. has
b. is
c. does
d. has
b. to speak
c. speaking
d. in speaking
c. When
d. Who
c. there
d. here
c. has
d. have
c. much
d. a
c. at front
d. in front of
b. Not
Does Tony work in a bank? No, he ____.
a. isn’t
9.
d. Do
____ go to that restaurant. It’s very expensive.
a. No
8.
c. Does
b. What
Lucy doesn’t like ____.
a. swim
7.
d. These
His ____ name is Sam.
a. dad’s
6.
c. What
b. How
How old ____ your brother?
a. does
5.
d. with
____ Susan like spaghetti?
a. Is
4.
c. at
____ is your favourite music?
a. Who
3.
b. to
Sarah ____ two children.
a. have
10. Where ____ Mike live?
a. do
11. Maggie can ____ Chinese.
a. speak
12. ____ often do you go to the cinema?
a. What
b. How
13. Are ____ any plates on the table?
a. those
b. these
14. What colour ____ her hair?
a. is
b. are
15. There are ____ pictures in that gallery.
a. any
b. many
16. There is a pub ____ the post offce.
a. front
b. in front
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a. —
c. on
d. at
b. at
c. in
d. on
c. bigger
d. biggest
c. need
d. have got
c. rather expensive
d. expensive
c. going in
d. are going in
c. mine
d. I
c. for
d. about
b. Who
c. Which
d. When
b. told
c. spoke
d. telling
b. still
c. always
d. yet
b. have been walking
c. was walking
d. was walked
b. Have you ever
c. Do you ever
d. Are you ever
c. ate
d. is eaten
c. some
d. any
c. did
d. have been
18. The flm starts ____ six.
a. about
19. Is Paris ____ than London?
a. big
b. the biggest
20. I ____ wash the dishes every day.
a. have
b. have to
21. This is ____ restaurant in town.
a. the most expensive
b. more expensive
22. We ____ Manchester next week.
a. going to
b. are going to
23. Whose is this book? It’s ____.
a. me
b. my
24. Emma is worried ____ the exam.
a. with
b. on
25. ____ did you fnish reading?
a. Whose
26. She ____ I was wrong.
a. said
27. Peter hasn’t fnished ____.
a. already
28. I saw an accident when I ____ down the street.
a. walking
29. ____ stayed in a hospital?
a. Did you ever
30. What food ____ on Christmas Day in England?
a. eats
b. is eating
31. How ____ pocket money does Steve get a week?
a. much
b. many
32. They ____ visited London in 1999.
a. have
b. —
33. We’ve celebrated Independence Day ____ 15 years.
a. from
b. since
c. in
d. for
34. At the end of the course, I ____ speak English fuently.
a. am going
b. will be able
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Konsultacja: Prof. dr hab. Hanna Komorowska
c. will be
d. will
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b. in
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17. We went to the theatre ____ last Saturday.
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35. I’ve got some phone calls to ____.
a. do
b. have
c. make
d. get
c. interest
d. interestingly
36. Liz is ____ in photography.
a. interesting
b. interested
37. In Brighton there is ____ pollution than in Manchester.
a. much
b. less
c. fewer
d. not enough
38. We usually have lunch at 1 o’clock, ____ some people have lunch later.
a. so
b. because
c. however
d. then
b. where a station is
c. where the station is
d. where is a station
c. rains
d. rained
39. Could you tell me ____?
a. the station
40. Will you go to that concert if it ____?
a. will rain
b. rain
41. Some people go to shops ____ the prices are really high.
a. which
b. what
c. where
d. that
42. What would you do if you ____ one million dollars?
a. win
b. won
c. have won
d. have been winning
43. The cinema is ____ the restaurant and the newsagent’s.
a. oppose
b. nearly
c. between
d. close
c. don’t you
d. did you
b. went
c. lived
d. visited
b. badly
c. awful
d. terribly
44. You didn’t learn Russian at school, ____?
a. didn’t you
b. no
45. We’ve never ____ to Australia.
a. been
46. That coffee tastes ____.
a. awfully
47. When she was younger, she ____ have more friends than anyone else.
a. would
b. used to
c. was used to
d. used
c. get
d. stay
b. had robbed
c. has robbed
d. had been robbing
b. slow
c. fast
d. pacey
c. couldn’t
d. couldn’t have
c. am jogging
d. had been jogging
48. Doing regular exercises will ____ you ft.
a. keep
b. become
49. The police arrested the man who ____ a bank.
a. robs
50. People say I read ____.
a. quick
51. Before I went to school, I ____ paint very well.
a. can’t
b. can’t have
52. I’m so tired. I ____ in the forest all morning.
a. have been jogging
b. jogged
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a. got
b. took
d. had
c. watched
d. are being watched
c. got
d. must
c. can’t
d. can’t have been
54. Look at those people! I think we ____.
a. are watching
b. are watched
55. I think we will ____ the car serviced this week.
a. do
b. have
56. They ____ forgotten about our wedding.
a. can’t have
b. couldn’t
57. My girlfriend is a fantastic dancer. I wish I ____ my dancing lessons.
a. haven’t given up
b. hadn’t given up
c. didn’t give up
d. don’t give up
c. down
d. on
58. We get ____ well with our new teacher.
a. off
b. up
59. Before we start, we should introduce ____ to the audience.
a. us
b. ourselves
c. myself
d. yourselves
60. The beach, ____ situated close to the town, is used by surfers.
a. that is
b. what is
c. which is
d. is
b. well-born
c. well-earned
d. well-off
c. being entered
d. be entering
c. fnished
d. had fnished
c. disclosed
d. discontented
b. had seen
c. must have seen
d. must see
b. Who
c. Whom
d. Whose
c. have
d. give
b. said
c. told
d. announced
b. badly
c. wrong
d. wrongly
c. up with
d. on
61. Her family was very ____.
a. well-done
62. I saw Jane ____ the supermarket.
a. enter
b. entered
63. Jim said he ____ the project two days before.
a. will have fnished
b. will fnish
64. Carl has been ____ about his past.
a. dishonest
b. disloyal
65. He looks terrifed! He ____ a ghost or something.
a. had to see
66. ____ does he look like?
a. How
67. Could you ____ me a favour, please?
a. do
b. make
68. The police offcer ____ me to move along.
a. spoke
69. She did ____ in the test.
a. bad
70. I’m going into the centre. Catch ____ me there.
a. off
b. up
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Konsultacja: Prof. dr hab. Hanna Komorowska
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c. made
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53. It ____ me an hour to get to work today.
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71. The club was so small that they ____ to let any more people in.
a. denied
b. gave up
c. refused
d. stopped
72. This was the basis on ____ the movement was formed.
a. that
b. what
c. which
d. whom
c. instead
d. so that
73. You should take an umbrella ____ it rains.
a. in case
b. otherwise
74. This painting is believed ____ painted by Leonardo Da Vinci.
a. that it is
b. —
c. being
d. to have been
c. have done
d. doing
c. by
d. on
c. told
d. didn’t tell
c. tried
d. had tried
75. Tom would rather you ____ it.
a. do
b. did
76. British policemen don’t carry guns ____ duty.
a. in
b. at
77. If you ____ me, I would never have known.
a. had told
b. hadn’t told
78. I suggested that Robbie ____ again.
a. tries
b. try
79. Jack decided to ____ for the competition because he knew he was going to win.
a. take up
b. go in
c. set off
d. get by
b. at
c. on at
d. in
c. as a
d. because of a
c. from
d. in
80. What’s ____ the cinema?
a. on
81. I picked up the wrong suitcase ____ mistake.
a. by
b. through
82. We walked quietly ____ fear of being discovered.
a. on
b. for
83. One ____ three children doesn’t read books at all.
a. from
b. out
c. with
d. in
84. She was given the award in ____ of her academic achievements.
a. charge
b. recognition
c. spite
d. light
c. in
d. to
b. spilling
c. gushing
d. leaking
b. than
c. from
d. not
c. got
d. got to
85. The miners are out ____ strike again.
a. on
b. at
86. Water was ____ slowly from the pipe.
a. fltering
87. I’d prefer beer ____ wine.
a. to
88. I was ____ work late hours.
a. made
b. made to
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a. considered
b. decided
c. established
d. believed
90. Thanks for your help. I wouldn’t have fnished it ____.
a. therefore
b. nevertheless
d. otherwise
c. Thanks to
d. Along with
c. Suggest
d. Relate
c. could
d. had
91. ____ your help, we would have been in trouble.
a. Due to
b. But for
92. ____ we went to Italy instead.
a. Suppose
b. Think
93. You ____ better fnish it by tomorrow.
a. should
b. would
94. ____ had a moment passed before we heard the explosion.
a. Only
b. No sooner
c. Hardly
d. Quickly
95. They can’t even play, ____ write their own songs.
a. less likely
b. not to mention
c. let alone
d. needless to say
96. I don’t think Harry has spent more than a month in Spain. ____ he has acquired some
basics of the language.
a. Although
b. Much as
c. Even though
d. Even so
b. at
c. in
d. through
97. I’ll meet you ____ arrival.
a. on
98. After the incident with the press, the actor ____ disrepute.
a. fell through
b. fell into
c. dipped in
d. dipped into
99. Although there is a dress code, it isn’t ____ by many students these days.
a. remarked
100.
b. conducted
c. observed
d. attended
Some of the delegates made an extremely useful ____ to the discussion.
a. contribution
b. suggestion
c. insertion
d. opinion
Dziękujemy za wypełnienie testu.
Opracowanie: Piotr Steinbrich
Konsultacja: Prof. dr hab. Hanna Komorowska
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c. hence
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89. The new employee was ____ a failure.
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ANSWER SHEET
Imię i Nazwisko: _______________________________________________________________
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Data: _______________________________________________________________
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21
31
41
51
61
71
81
91
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12
22
32
42
52
62
72
82
92
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13
23
33
43
53
63
73
83
93
4
14
24
34
44
54
64
74
84
94
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15
25
35
45
55
65
75
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95
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26
36
46
56
66
76
86
96
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17
27
37
47
57
67
77
87
97
8
18
28
38
48
58
68
78
88
98
9
19
29
39
49
59
69
79
89
99
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
UWAGI:
Liczba punktów: _______________________________________________________________
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Poziom: _______________________________________________________________
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Grupa: _______________________________________________________________
___________________________________
Komentarz: _______________________________________________________________
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0-16 punktów
2.
0-16 punktów
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
17-33 punkty
34-50 punktów
51-58 punktów
59-67 punktów
68-84 punkty
85-100 punktów
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1.
beginner - kandydat zdobywa mniej niż 10
punktów w zakresie zagadnień od 1 do 16
elementary - kandydat zdobywa co najmniej 10
punktów w zakresie zagadnień od 1 do 16
pre-intermediate
intermediate
upper-intermediate
FCE
CAE / advanced
CPE / advanced
Uwaga:
Wyniki powyższego testu gramatyczno-leksykalnego powinny być traktowane jedynie jako informacje
wstępne na temat poziomu znajomości języka. Niniejszy test stanowi punkt wyjścia do dalszego sprawdzania
umiejętności mówienia, słuchania, czytania oraz pisania (przed rozpoczęciem lub w trakcie kursu), które
umożliwi uzyskanie pełnego obrazu kompetencji językowych osoby ocenianej.
Sugerujemy zastosowanie dodatkowego ustnego testu sprawdzającego w celu precyzyjnego zaklasyfkowania
ucznia.
Poziom upper-intermediate oraz poziom FCE, mimo że obejmują podobny zakres materiału leksykalnogramatycznego, zostały przedstawione jako dwa osobne w celu wyłonienia studentów na wyższym poziomie
językowym. Można założyć, iż osoby, które osiągną wynik klasyfkujący na poziom FCE gotowe są już językowo
podejść do zdawania egzaminu, choć mogą nie być jeszcze gotowe od strony technik egzaminacyjnych.
Opracowanie: Piotr Steinbrich
Konsultacja: Prof. dr hab. Hanna Komorowska
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SUGEROWANE PODRĘCZNIKI
Kursy dla młodzieży i dorosłych
Wynik testu
Kurs
Poziom
kursu na
skali CEF
Komentarz
Beginner
0-16 punktów
Powerbase Beginner
Pre-A1
0-16 punktów
Cutting Edge Starter
Pre-A1
Powerbase Elementary
Language to Go Elementary
Cutting Edge Elementary
A1
A1
A1
Powerbase Pre-Intermediate
Language to Go Pre-Intermediate
Cutting Edge Pre-Intermediate
A2
A2
A2+
Language to Go Intermediate
Going for Gold Pre-Intermediate Plus
Going for Gold Intermediate Plus
Cutting Edge Intermediate
B1
B1
B1+
B1+
51-67 punktów
Language to Go Upper-Intermediate
B2
59-67 punktów
Cutting Edge Upper-Intermediate
B2+
Advanced
68-84 punkty
Cutting Edge Advanced
C1
Elementary
0-16 punktów
0-16 punktów
0-16 punktów
Pre-Intermediate
17-33 punkty
17-33 punkty
25-33 punkty
Intermediate
34-50 punktów
34-50 punktów
42-50 punktów
42-50 punktów
Upper-Intermediate
W celu precyzyjnego określenia
poziomu osoby rozpoczynającej kurs
i odpowiedniego doboru podręcznika
zaleca się przeprowadzenie dodatkowego
testu ustnego lub rozmowy kwalifkacyjnej.
Wybór konkretnego podręcznika będzie
uzależniony nie tylko od wyników
osiągniętych w teście wstępnym, ale
przede wszystkim od planowanej specyfki
zajęć, liczby godzin oraz celów kursu.
Uczący się na poziomie A2+ jest trochę
na wyższym poziomie niż uczący się na
poziomie A2, ale jeszcze nie powinien
zaczynać B1. Po skończeniu kursu (120
godzin) może kontynuować na poziomie
B1+ (analogicznie zdający na poziomie
B1+ może kontynuować na poziomie
B2+).
SUGEROWANE PODRĘCZNIKI
Kursy egzaminacyjne ESOL
Wynik testu
Intermediate
34-50 punktów
34-50 punktów
34-50 punktów
42-50 punktów
FCE
51-67 punktów
51-67 punktów
51-67 punktów
51-67 punktów
CAE
68-84 punkty
68-84 punkty
68-84 punkty
CPE
85-100 punktów
Kurs
Poziom
kursu na
skali CEF
PET Gold Maximiser
Get on Track to FCE
Going for Gold Pre-Intermediate Plus
Going for Gold Intermediate Plus
B1
B1
B1
B1+
New First Certifcate Gold
First Certifcate Expert
Fast Track to FCE
Focus on First Certifcate
B2
B2
B2
B2
Advanced Gold
Fast Track to CAE
Focus on Advanced English CAE
C1
C1
C1
New Profciency Gold
C2
Komentarz
Wybór konkretnego podręcznika będzie
uzależniony nie tylko od wyników
osiągniętych w teście wstępnym, ale przede
wszystkim od planowanej specyfki zajęć,
liczby godzin oraz celów kursu.
Kursy biznesowe
Wynik testu
Elementary
0-16 punktów
Pre-Intermediate
17-33 punkty
25-33 punkty
Intermediate
34-50 punktów
42-50 punktów
42-50 punktów
Upper-Intermediate
51-67 punktów
59-67 punktów
Advanced
68-84 punkty
Kurs
Poziom
kursu na
skali CEF
Market Leader Elementary
A1
Market Leader Pre-Intermediate
First Insights into Business
A2
A2+
Powerhouse Intermediate
Market Leader Intermediate
New Insights into Business
B1
B1+
B1+
Powerhouse Upper-Intermediate
Market Leader Upper-Intermediate
B2
B2+
Business Class
C1
Komentarz
Wybór konkretnego podręcznika będzie
uzależniony nie tylko od wyników
osiągniętych w teście wstępnym, ale
przede wszystkim od planowanej specyfki
zajęć, liczby godzin oraz celów kursu.
Prosimy o kontakt z przedstawicielami Pearson Education Polska, którzy służą konsultacjami oraz
pomocą w doborze podręczników pod kątem indywidualnych potrzeb grup.
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