Matura 2015. Język ANGIELSKI poziom podstawowy dla TECHNIKUM [ODPOWIEDZI, ARKUSZE CKE]

Matura 2015. Język ANGIELSKI poziom podstawowy dla TECHNIKUM [ODPOWIEDZI, ARKUSZE CKE]
Matura 2015. Język ANGIELSKI poziom podstawowy dla TECHNIKUM [ODPOWIEDZI, ARKUSZE CKE] Waldemar Wylegalski
"Matura 2015. Język ANGIELSKI poziom podstawowy dla TECHNIKUM [ODPOWIEDZI, ARKUSZE CKE]" - ten materiał przygotowaliśmy z myślą o uczniach ostatnich klas technikum, którzy na egzaminie dojrzałości wybrali właśnie język angielski. Z nami sprawdzicie, jak Wam poszła matura 2015 z języka angielskiego - poziom podstawowy dla technikum.

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Matura 2015. Język ANGIELSKI poziom podstawowy dla TECHNIKUM - ODPOWIEDZI:
Odpowiedzi do egzaminu maturalnego z języka angielskiego, poziom podstawowy, który w środę zdawali uczniowie TECHNIKUM. Zadania rozwiązali dla Was nauczyciele języka angielskiego.

Tekst do zadania 1.
Good afternoon! Let me remind you that this month, like in previous years, our school will organise a Thanksgiving quiz. This year, however, the competition will not be a one-day event held in the classrooms. This time it will have two stages. The first one will take the form of an online quiz. You can do the quiz on our school website any time from 17th to 22nd of November. The quiz will test your knowledge of the history and customs of Thanksgiving. As soon as you finish the quiz, you will see your score. There is no need to click on anything. The result will appear automatically on the screen just after you answer the last question. There is a total of 500 points. The competitors with at least 400 points will qualify for the next stage which will be held in our library on November 23rd. The jury, consisting of our school teachers, will ask questions and then choose five finalists. We have prepared a lot of prizes including posters, photo albums and theatre tickets and every finalist will be awarded one. The person with the highest score is the winner, who will get an additional prize – a roast turkey. I wish you the best of luck!
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Zadanie 1.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie komunikat dotyczący konkursu. Zaznacz znakiem X, które zdania są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – True), a które nie (F – False).

1.1. The Thanksgiving quiz will have a different form this year.
1.2. Students need to click the “result” button to get their scores.
1.3. Five hundred points is the minimum necessary to get to the second stage.
1.4. The student with the best result will get two prizes.
1.5. The speaker informs listeners how to prepare well for the quiz.


Teksty do zadania 2
People see all kinds of creatures on the side of the road in California, but they’re not usually ocean animals. So imagine one teenager’s surprise when he saw a young sea lion that needed help. It was thin and seriously injured. The boy managed to carry the animal to his car and drove to the local zoo. The zoo workers said they weren’t sure if the young animal would survive but fortunately after a few days it got better.
Last night two police officers tried to arrest a burglar. They sent a police dog, called Jaris, into the building to frighten the thief. When the man was fighting with Jaris, the dog fell off a balcony. The officers arrested the man and the brave dog was taken to a veterinary clinic with a broken leg. Everybody hopes Jaris will be able to return to work soon.
Over the past two years, our zoo has collected $14 million to build a new area for polar bears. It opened last weekend and visitors to the zoo had a chance to see a playful baby polar bear for the very first time. Luna, that’s what the bear is called, is a few months old. She was out for only about an hour. She mainly played with her toys. The children watching her were
really excited.
A farmer from Arizona is doing some major cleaning after two bears broke into his house on Wednesday. Justin Lee says he was upstairs when he heard his dog barking and decided to check what was going on. To his surprise, he found two bears downstairs. He was frightened and ran upstairs. He called for help immediately. The animals entered through a glass door and helped themselves to the food on the kitchen table. By the time police officers arrived on the farm, the bears had already run away.
Max and Bella have recently touched the hearts of people all over social media. What makes these dogs special is that one of them is blind and the other is his guide. They were found together in the centre of Mansfield. An animal rescue group is now looking for a loving family which would like to take care of them. Max and Bella are at present staying with a local vet.
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Zadanie 2.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie pięć wiadomości radiowych. Do każdej wiadomości (2.1.–2.5.) dopasuj właściwy nagłówek (A–F). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga: jeden nagłówek został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej wiadomości.


2.1 B
2.2 D
2.3 F
2.4 C
2.5 E

Tekst do zadania 3.
Interviewer: _Today we are talking to Sarah Wilder, who works as a tour guide at Universal Studios. As you know, Universal Studios is a huge film studio in Los Angeles. Sarah is a guide on a special tram for visitors. Sarah, was it easy to get a job in such an amazing place?
Not really. One problem was that I couldn’t send the application by email. For some reason I had to take it to the office myself. Then, after a few days, I had an interview. There were more than a hundred candidates but only 15 were chosen. We were put on a training course that lasted three weeks. At the end of the classes, we had a written exam and two days later we had to take another test, this time it was a practical task on a tram. Fortunately, I passed both of these and got employed. I heard that recently they started to test candidates’ acting skills so nowadays I wouldn’t have much chance of getting this job.
Interviewer: It must be exciting to work in such a place… What kind of visitors do you get?
Sarah: Most of them are crazy about films. They ride the tram again and again so they know every single attraction and many also know lines from their favourite films by heart. All the time they look out of the window hoping to see a celebrity or get an autograph. Many of them are so excited that they don’t really listen to me. But the most amazing visitors are small kids. I didn’t realize that for them everything is real. It’s strange to see how scared they are when they see the shark from the film Jaws. Although I tell them that it’s fake, they still don’t believe me.
Interviewer: _What do you like most about the job?
_Sarah: _Universal Studios is great about giving workers the chance to go to lectures with film directors and producers. There is also an acting class during the summer that tour guides can attend. I did it last year and I loved it. And we don’t have to pay anything for it, which is great, because we don’t make much money here. From time to time there are special film shows we are invited to and sometimes famous film stars join us on the tram. It’s a special attraction for tourists.
Can you tell us about one of those visits?
Sarah: Sure, one day Dakota Fanning, a famous child actress was one of the visitors and sat at the front. I have to add that we have a video camera and screens on the tram so that people can see the guide better. When I started to talk about the film War of the Worlds, in which Dakota appeared, I put the video camera on her and said, “Can you tell us what it was like to be in this film?” It was really sweet of her to tell us a few stories. Everyone on the tram thought we had recorded it earlier but when we got off people realized that she was on the tram with them. And she even gave them autographs!
Interviewer: Sarah, thank you very much.
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Zadanie 3.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmowę z przewodnikiem. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią nagrania. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.

3.1. To get the job at Universal Studios, Sarah had to
A. demonstrate her acting skills.
B. take two different tests.
C. send her application by email.

3.2. What does Sarah find surprising?
A. children’s reactions
B. visitors’ ideas about film stars
C. celebrities’ attitudes to tourists

3.3. What does Sarah like about her job?
A. She often organises film shows for her colleagues.
B. She has the chance to earn a lot of money.
C. She can learn acting for free.

3.4. When Dakota Fanning took a tram tour, she
A. refused to answer one of the questions.
B. talked about one of her films.
C. didn’t agree to give any autographs.

3.5. In the interview, Sarah describes her experience of
A. acting in a film about tour guides.
B. collecting celebrities’ autographs.
C. working for a film studio.

3.1 B
3.2 A
3.3 C
3.4 B
3.5 C


Zadanie 4
Przeczytaj tekst. Dobierz właściwy nagłówek (A–H) do każdego fragmentu tekstu (4.1.–4.7.). Wpisz odpowiednią literę w każdą kratkę. Uwaga: jeden nagłówek został podany dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnego fragmentu tekstu.

A. Choose where to sit
B. Check the regulations
C. Talk to the staff on the plane
D. Move around
E. Take your mind off the flight
F. Avoid airline meals
G. Pack wisely
H. Ask for non-standard food earlier

Before you buy a plane ticket, find out as much as possible about the airline’s procedures, for example how long before the flight you have to be at the airport, how much luggage you can take, how much it costs to change the date of your flight or what documents you must have to check in. If you don’t know the rules, you might miss your flight or have to pay a lot of money.
When getting ready for the journey, put all valuable things, like a laptop or an expensive camera in your carry-on bag. You won’t have to worry about them if your checked-in luggage gets lost. It’s also a good idea to take a small blanket or a pair of warm socks on the plane with you because some flights can be colder than others.
Even if you travel in economy class, some areas of the plane are better than others. Reserve a seat by the aisle if you want more legroom, or a window seat if you want to sleep during the flight. The worst seats are near the toilets because other passengers will be moving there regularly.
Usually all passengers are served the same meal but if you are a vegetarian or you are allergic to some products, you can ask for a special dish. Contact your airline to get one. Such meals have to be prepared in advance so you need to order them up to three days before your flight.
When you sit for some time in the same position, you might experience a headache or back pains. Especially on long flights, it is important to take a walk up and down the aisle from time to time. At the back of the plane there might be enough room to do some back stretches.
If you are afraid of flying, put the headphones on and listen to your favourite music. In this way you won’t hear the noise of the engines and it will be easier for you to forget where you are. You can also play computer games or solve puzzles. Studies have shown that when your brain is busy with something difficult, you can’t worry about other things.
If you hear or feel something that worries you, ask the flight attendants about it. Most likely they will have a very logical explanation. For example, many people are afraid of turbulence. However, turbulence is not dangerous. It is the plane’s way of coping with changing air flows.
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4.1. - B
4.2. - G
4.3. - A
4.4. - H
4.5. - D
4.6. - E
4.7. - C

Zadanie 5.
Przeczytaj tekst. Zaznacz znakiem X, które zdania są zgodne z treścią tekstu (T – True), a które nie (F – False).

In the morning I drove to Elvis Presley’s birthplace – the town of Tupelo. It was early so I expected it to be closed. However, it was open and there were already some tourists inside. Others were taking photographs beside the house or waiting to enter. The house, tidy and white, stood in the shade in a park. The house was shaped like a shoebox and had just two rooms: a front room and a plain kitchen at the back. It looked comfortable and had a nice feel about it, but it didn’t look like the museum of the King.

A pleasant fat lady sat in a chair and answered questions, usually the same questions about a thousand times a day, but she didn’t seem to mind. Of several visitors in the museum, I was the youngest – the only one under sixty – yet old enough to remember watching Elvis live when I was a child. I wasn’t sure why his fans around me were all elderly people. I thought this was because Elvis had become less popular by the end of his life. Or maybe old people are the only ones who have enough time to visit the homes of dead celebrities.

There was a visitors’ book by the door in which I could see that not many foreigners had visited the house. Most of the visitors were Americans, many of them from towns I had never heard of before like Coleslaw, Indiana; Dead Squaw, Oklahoma; Frigid, Minnesota; and Colostomy, Montana. The book had an optional column for remarks. Reading down the list I saw, “Nice,” “Real nice,” “Very nice,” “Not bad,” “Nice.” Such eloquence! I turned back to an earlier page. One visitor clearly hadn’t understood the intention of the remarks column and had written, “Visit.” Every other visitor on that page had written, “Visit,” “Visit,” “Re-visit,” “Visit,” until someone had turned the page and they got back on the right track.

Tupelo citizens remember their most famous son. Elvis Presley’s house is in Elvis Presley Park on Elvis Presley Drive, just off the Elvis Presley Memorial Highway. But don’t expect to see any souvenir shops or wax museums in the town. There is just a nice little house with a tiny gift shop where tourists can buy some Elvis albums, badges, plates or posters. I was glad I had stopped.
adapted from The Lost Continent - Travels in Small-Town America by Bill Bryson

5.1. The author arrived in Tupelo so early that he was the first visitor in the house. T/F
5.2. The author of the text was born before Elvis died. T/F
5.3. The visitors’ book shows that the house attracts tourists mainly from the US. T/F
5.4. The remarks the author read in the visitors’ book were short. T/F
5.5. The town of Tupelo has many shops selling Elvis souvenirs. T/F
5.6. The author explains why his visit to Elvis Presley’s birthplace was disappointing. T/F

5.1. - FALSE
5.2. - TRUE
5.3. - TRUE
5.4. - TRUE
5.5. - FALSE
5.6. - FALSE

Zadanie 6.
Przeczytaj tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu. Zakreśl literę A, B, C albo D.

Mrs. Luella Bates was a large woman with a large purse that had everything in it but a hammer and nails. It was eleven o’clock at night, and she was walking alone after a hard day’s work. Suddenly, a boy ran up behind her and tried to steal her purse. The strap broke easily as the boy pulled it from behind. But the weight of the purse caused him to lose his balance so, instead of running away, the boy fell on his back, and his legs flew up.

The woman turned around, reached down and picked the boy up. Holding him tightly by his shirt the woman said, “Pick up my purse, boy. Aren’t you ashamed of yourself?” By that time two or three people passed, stopped, turned to look, and some stood watching. “If I set you free, will you run?” asked the woman. “Yes,” said the boy. “Then I won’t set you free,” said the woman. “Let’s have a look at you. Your face is dirty. It will get washed this evening,” said the woman going up the street and dragging the frightened boy behind her.

When they finally got to her house, she dragged the boy inside. She switched on the light and left the door open. “What’s your name?” she asked. “Roger,” answered the boy. “Then, Roger, you go to that sink and wash your face,” said the woman. She set him free at last. Roger looked at the door, looked at the woman and went to the sink. “Are you going to call the police? Will you take me to jail?” he asked. “No, with that face I would not take you anywhere,” said the woman. “Here I am trying to get home to cook dinner and rest a little and you take my purse! Why did you do it? Maybe you haven’t had your dinner either. Have you?” “There’s nobody home,” said the boy. “Then we’ll eat,” said the woman, “I believe you’re hungry. Isn’t that why you wanted to steal my purse?” “No. I just wanted a pair of blue leather shoes I saw in the shop window,” said the boy. “Well, you didn’t have to steal my purse to get shoes,” said Mrs. Bates. “You could have asked me.”

The woman was sitting on the sofa. After a while she said, “I was young once and I wanted things I could not get. I’m sure you think I want to say that I didn’t steal people’s purses to get them. Well, I didn’t. But I have done things, too; things I’m not very proud of. So you just stay here and I will fix us something to eat. Then we will talk.” Mrs. Bates got up and went to the other corner of the room. The woman did not watch the boy to see if he was going to run away. But the boy sat quietly on the far side of the room so that she could easily see him. He wanted her to trust him. She heated some lima beans and ham and set the table. The woman avoided asking the boy anything that would embarrass him. Instead, as they ate, she told him about what she did in a hotel beauty-shop that stayed open late, what the work was like, and how all kinds of women came in and out to have their hair done. When they finished eating she got up and said, “Now, here, take ten dollars and get yourself the shoes. And next time, do not make the mistake of snatching anybody’s purse – because shoes got this way will burn your feet. I need to get my rest now.”

She led him down the hall to the front door . “Good night! Behave yourself, boy!” she said, looking out into the street. The boy wanted to say something else to Mrs. Bates, but he couldn’t do so. He barely managed to say “Thank you” before she shut the door. And he never saw her again.
adapted from Thank You, Ma’am by Langston Hughes

6.1. Mrs. Bates was attacked
A. while she was shopping.
B. in front of her house.
C. when she was at work.
D. on her way home.

6.2. The boy fell down because
A. the woman hit him.
B. the purse he grabbed was heavy.
C. he was pushed from behind.
D. it was too dark to see well.

6.3. When Mrs. Bates got home with the boy, she
A. asked him to have a wash.
B. closed the door behind her.
C. washed his face carefully.
D. decided to call the police.

6.4. The boy wanted to steal the woman’s purse because he
A. was very hungry.
B. wanted to buy something.
C. thought it was expensive.
D. needed money for his family.

6.5. The boy sat on the far side of the room because
A. he planned to run away.
B. he wanted the woman to see him.
C. it was a good place to watch the woman.
D. there was no other place in the room to sit.

6.6. While they were eating, the woman
A. told the boy something about her job.
B. asked the boy embarrassing questions.
C. offered to lend the boy some money.
D. told the boy how he should earn a living.

6.7. The story is about
A. a boy attacked in the street.
B. a teenager arrested for theft.
C. a boy who attacks a woman.
D. a dangerous gang of criminals.


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  • poproś, aby wskazał Ci ciekawe miejsce, które warto zwiedzić.

Podpisz się jako XYZ. W zadaniu nie jest określony limit słów.

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  • napisz, jak długo i w jaki sposób przygotowywałeś(-aś) się do tego biegu
  • wspomnij o trudnym momencie w czasie biegu i poinformuj, kto Ci pomógł
  • przedstaw dwie zalety organizowania biegów ulicznych w miastach
  • podaj szczegóły kolejnej takiej imprezy i zaproponuj koledze udział w niej.

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A jesli mam 180 slow to tez bedzie 0? -,- ;/
pojawiają się wgl te inne arkusze potem ?
ma ktoś inny arkusz z innej wersji ?
strasz bardziej
a właśnie że nie prawda, jak może nie sprawdzić? Jedyne co to polecą mu po punktach za formę, reszta listu będzie sie liczyła.
czy ma ktoś odpowiedzi do tej 2 wersji ??
jest różnica 10%, także jeżeli masz mniej niż 108 to masz za formę 0pkt
tez tam napisałam i myślę że będzie dobrze ;)
juz nie zalamana
dzięki:P bo już się przestraszyłam :)
czy mogły byc inne arkusze w technikum?? tzn w innej kolejnosci odpowiedzi??
Jeśli w te widełki się nie zmieściłeś to sprawdzający liczą Ci słowa i jeśli nie będziesz miał przynajmniej 112 słów a maksimum 158 słów to twoja praca nie będzie sprawdzana. Tak mówił mi nauczyciel który jest egzaminatorem. Pozdrawiam
31 pkt na 35 z zamkniętych, może być...
31pkt na 35 z zamkniętych, może być....
a jeżeli mam ponad 100 słów ? nie jestem pewny czy miałem 120 ;/ to wtedy lipa ?
NIe odbiora, bylo napsiane ze za przekroczenie 200 slow bedzie 0 pkt za kompozycje
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