Matura 2017. ANGIELSKI język - podstawa [ODPOWIEDZI, CKE ARKUSZE]

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Trwa matura 2017. Angielski - ten język maturzyści zdają w poniedziałek, 8 maja. Od rana poziom podstawowy, po południu - rozszerzony. Odpowiedzi i arkusz CKE z poziomu podstawowego znajdziecie tutaj. Sprawdźcie, jak Wam poszło!


Matura 2017. ANGIELSKI język - podstawa [ODPOWIEDZI, CKE ARKUSZE]

Matura 2017. Angielski i inne przedmioty

8 maja 2017 to trzeci dzień tegorocznej matury. Po języku polskim i matematyce, z którymi uczniowie mierzyli się w zeszłym tygodniu, przyszedł czas na język angielski.

Od rana (o godzinie 9) maturzyści walczą z językiem angielskim na poziomie podstawowym. Później, o godzinie 14, będą się mierzyć z poziomem rozszerzonym.

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Man: Hi Charlotte! How’s it going?
Charlotte: Well, I’ve been accepted to the London College of Music and I’m going to study there for three years.
Man: That’s great! But what about accommodation? Renting a flat in London must be expensive.
Charlotte: Yes, that’s why my parents have bought a houseboat for me.
Man: A houseboat? You must be joking! Whose idea was that?
Charlotte: Well, actually my mother read about someone living on a houseboat and I really wanted to give it a try. My dad persuaded my mum that it makes sense. If they rented a flat for me for three years, it would cost them much more than buying a houseboat. It’s a good deal and they can sell the boat when I graduate.
Man: What is the houseboat like?
Charlotte: Well, it’s quite old but very comfortable. There are two small bedrooms and a dining room. There’s also a kitchen. At first, I wanted to move some of the walls and make my bedroom bigger but then I decided to leave everything as it was.
Man: Did you have to renovate it?
Charlotte: Not really. My parents and I only had to buy some furniture and paint the outside. And I asked my friends to help with the painting so we spent less than £500.
Man: Aren’t you afraid to live there alone?
Charlotte: Actually, I feel quite safe but I wouldn’t mind having some company. I’ve put an ad online and I hope to find a housemate who will take the other bedroom.
Man: Good idea.
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Zadanie 1.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmowę z Charlotte, która postanowiła zamieszkać w nietypowym domu. Zaznacz znakiem X, które zdania są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – True), a które nie (F – False).

1.1. Charlotte will complete her studies at the London College of Music this year. FALSE
1.2. Buying a houseboat was cheaper than renting a flat for three years. TRUE
1.3. Charlotte changed the size of her bedroom on the houseboat. FALSE
1.4. Charlotte's friends helped her choose the fyrniture fot the houseboat. FALSE
1.5. Charlotte is looking for someone to share the houseboat with. TRUE

One day, my neighbour, Mr Jones, invited me for a cup of tea. There was a painting in his living room which attracted my attention. Mr Jones told me that in 1975 he’d bought it for £32 at a sale. I don’t know why but when I went to work the next day I checked our robbery files. Looking through them I saw the painting from Mr Jones’ house! I learned that our department had been looking for that work by Paul Gauguin for years. We sent an expert to examine it and he said that the painting was an original worth £10 million. The next day Mr Jones was questioned at the station by our chief inspector.
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When visiting the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice last year, I saw a painting of a black square with a white square inside it. I don’t want to be rude but for me its message was totally unclear. The guide explained that the squares had a symbolic meaning but I just couldn’t get it.
Really, I think that artwork should speak for itself like it used to.
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I wonder what you think about this portrait of a basketball player. To paint it, Anne Ming, a young artist from Shanghai decided to use a basketball instead of an ordinary brush. And in the next room you will see works by disabled artists who used their feet or mouths to hold a brush. If you like our exhibition, post your opinion on our website and recommend it to friends. Just remember that it is on only until Friday. Any questions? If not, let’s go… .
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The Gardner Museum in Boston has doubled the reward for information pointing to the present whereabouts of the paintings which disappeared from its collection in 1990. As some of our listeners might remember, in the early morning of 18th March, two men dressed up as police officers walked into the museum. They attacked the security guards, tied them up and got away with 13 paintings which haven’t been seen since then. The museum authorities and the police
will welcome any information that might help to find them.
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Zadanie 2.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie cztery wypowiedzi związane ze sztuką. Do każdej wypowiedzi (2.1.–2.4.) dopasuj odpowiadające jej zdanie (A–E). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli.
Uwaga: jedno zdanie zostało podane dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej wypowiedzi.

The speaker
A. explains how he/she became the owner of a piece of art.
B. is a policeman who found a stolen work of art.
C. gives an opinion on a piece of art.
D. describes how some works of art were stolen.
E. is a guide showing people around an art gallery.

2.1. B - is a policeman who found a stolen work of art.
2.2. C - gives an opinion on a piece of art.
2.3. E - is a guide showing people around an art gallery.
2.4. D - describes how some works of art were stolen.

Woman: I understand your problem, Sir. I’ve added all the details to our system. There’s nothing more I can do right now. You have to be patient and wait for us to contact you.
Man: The problem is I’m attending a conference at the New Continental Hotel and there are important papers inside that suitcase. I landed here two hours ago and you haven’t done anything. Do you at least have any idea when my luggage could be delivered?
Woman: Well, it’s difficult to say. We’ll call you as soon as it arrives.
Man: Unfortunately, my phone will be turned off most of the day. When you have some news, please, contact the hotel reception. And can you tell me where the taxi rank is?
Woman: Certainly, Sir. Just outside the arrivals hall.
Man: Thanks for your assistance.
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Last night the police arrested a young man after he had broken into an unmarked police car parked in the city centre. A street camera filmed the man, aged 21, breaking into the car and running away with a satellite navigation system. However, the thief didn’t notice that his driving licence had fallen out of his pocket when he was in the car. The licence had the man’s surname and address which enabled the police to arrest him a few hours later.
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Bad news for all the fans of Josh Stevens. He’s going to miss another match. It’s been a really miserable season for Stevens. He missed the first few matches because of a family problem. Then he was on top form, scoring two goals against Chelsea, but he got a red card and was out for another week. Unfortunately, his run of bad luck is not over yet. We still don’t know how badly his knee was hurt during the match on Wednesday but it must be something serious because it has been announced that he won’t play this weekend.
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Final reservations are taking place for our James Bond Tour. If you come with us, you’ll visit the most famous James Bond film locations across Europe and meet the director of the latest Bond film. He will answer your questions and tell you about his work with the actors. We will also run a lottery. You can win tickets for the world premiere of the latest James Bond film in London next month. If you’re a Bond fan, you can’t miss it!
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You won’t believe what happened to me a few days ago. While I was visiting the Marine Life Centre, I saw a big shark in an aquarium. I wanted it to get closer so I started to tap on the glass wall. To my horror, the shark suddenly hit it and I noticed some cracks on the glass. This scared me so much that I ran away. And then I remembered that this was a 3D interactive aquarium. What I saw was a digital image of the creature and the cracks. I learned from a staff member that I wasn’t the first person who had been tricked.
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Olivia: Hi, Jim. Good to see you again.
Jim: Hi, Olivia. You look tired. What’s up?
Olivia: Oh, I had another sleepless night.
Jim: I hope it’s not your upstairs neighbours again. I know they’re a nuisance.
Olivia: No, the landlord gave them a warning and they stopped disturbing me. But I’ll be moving out soon anyway.
Jim: How come? Is it because of the latest rent increase? It shocked me too.
Olivia: Well, that came as a surprise, but that’s not the reason. The firm I want to work for contacted me last week. They are ready to hire me but they are based in another city so I have no choice but to move.
Jim: Oh, I see…
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3.1. Where are the pepole talking?
C - at an airport
3.2. Which is the best title for the news item?
3.3. Josh Stevens will miss the next match because of
B - a knee injury.
3.4. The participants of the James Bond Tour will
C - talk to a person who made a james Bond film.
3.5. Which is TRUE about the man?
B - He realized the shark wasn't real.
3.6. Olivia is going to move out because she
C - has been offered a job

Zadanie 4.
Przeczytaj tekst. Dobierz właściwy nagłówek (A–F) do każdej części tekstu (4.1.–4.4.). Wpisz odpowiednią literę w każdą kratkę.
Uwaga: dwa nagłówki zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnej części tekstu.


In 1988, a Parisian, François Pasquier, threw a dinner party in a city park. He asked his guests to wear white clothes. He wanted to spot them easily among other walkers in the park. Surprisingly, his idea of dining in an open public place with the guests dressed in white has spread to many cities all over the world.
For a typical “dinner in white”, wherever it takes place, each person must bring another guest with them. They must have a picnic table, tablecloth, two chairs and flowers − all in white. The guests have to lay their table themselves and take all their rubbish away with them after the party so as to leave no trace of the event in the park.
In some cities certain modifications to the organization of the party have been introduced. While in Paris the hosts make all the arrangements themselves, in New York, the city authorities are in charge of the event. Parisians can enjoy themselves until midnight, but New Yorkers stop partying at 11 p.m.
The interesting thing is that the exact place in which the dinner will be organized remains unknown until the last moment. The guests usually learn where they should go shortly before the dinner starts, so they have very little time to get there.
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Zadanie 5.
Przeczytaj trzy teksty związane z pracą. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C

After a week at Mrs Chapman’s store, I felt I belonged there. I did everything Mrs Chapman expected me to do and even more. She was grateful for anything I did, especially things she hadn’t asked me to do, for example cleaning the windows. Once my mum asked me jokingly, “Couldn’t you do the same in your bedroom, Jane?” I didn’t tell her that Mrs Chapman gave me a few pounds more whenever I did something on my own initiative. I was afraid my mum was going to think she should also give me money for doing the housework. This certainly wasn’t what I wanted. The truth was that I needed the money to buy her a surprise gift.
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5.1. From the text, we learn that Jane
A. was afraid to tell Mrs Chapman she needed more money.
B. was paid more when she did some extra work.
C. received gifts for doing the housework.

“Robot Couple” is the nickname given by locals in Yiwu, China, to a married couple who run their restaurant 21 hours a day, from 6 a.m. to 3 a.m. In fact, there is more than just one couple. The trick is that there are two identical twin men married to identical twin women. They work different hours to keep the restaurant open as long as possible, but most customers think that there is one super-couple that never sleeps. The truth only came out when one of the twins gave an interview to Today Morning Post.
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5.2. The text is about
A. a trick played on a couple running a restaurant.
B. a chain of restaurants run by twins.
C. two married couples running a restaurant together.

Tekst 3. Peter’s blog entry: My interview story
I once had a job interview. The interviewer gave me some graphs to interpret. While doing the task, I found a mistake in one of them. I tried to show the interviewer how to correct the graph. He got irritated and said I wasn’t a suitable candidate for the job. Two weeks later, however, he called me, apologising and explaining that the company workers hadn’t noticed the mistake. He offered me the job and an attractive salary. So if you feel sure you’re right, learn from my lesson and don’t be afraid to say what you think at a job interview. It might pay off!
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5.3. The blogger
A. encourages readers to be self-confident at a job interview.
B. warns readers against being honest at a job interview.
C. advises readers how to avoid making mistakes at a job interview.

5.1. From the text, we learn that Jane
B - was paid more when she did some extra work
5.2. The text is about
C - two marrierd couples running a restaurant together
5.3. The blogger
A - encourages readers to be self-confident at a job interview

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

In 1982, Peter Brosnan heard a story that seemed incredible: buried somewhere beneath sand
dunes(1) in California might lie the remains of an Egyptian city. According to his flatmate, a fellow New York University graduate, a massive Egyptian temple, twelve sphinxes and four statues of Ramses II were buried in the sands of the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes. “One evening, he told me this crazy story and I was thrilled. We thought it was a great idea for a documentary film. We hoped to find the city, dig it up and interview people who might know anything about its past,” Brosnan recalls.

The lost metropolis isn’t a strange Egyptian settlement, but a massive film set built in 1923 for Cecil DeMille’s silent film The Ten Commandments. For this project DeMille needed a huge Egyptian city in the desert. Before the age of computer-generated special effects, if you wanted a city in the desert, you had to build it. Before actors could start work, about 1500 workmen spent six weeks creating the set and when the filming ended, there wasn’t enough money to take it apart. DeMille did not want to leave it standing because he was afraid that other filmmakers might use it in their films. So, he told the workmen to hide the city beneath the sand dunes.

To find the set, Brosnan partnered with an archaeologist, John Parker, in 1990. They decided to check the area with radar and they discovered that DeMille’s set was still there. Brosnan asked the local authorities for permission to explore the site and had to wait two years for their decision. And when he got the permit, he discovered that he didn’t have enough funds to carry on with the project and gave up.

However, twenty years later, after the Los Angeles Times published an article about the project, Brosnan got a call from a woman from Texas who was ready to sponsor the excavation. In 2012, Brosnan returned to the dunes and some fragments of the city were uncovered. About one third of the city was gone because the plaster used to create the set was extremely fragile. “It was like working with a chocolate rabbit,” Peter Brosnan said when the first sphinx was found, “anything we found could easily get damaged. After all, it was built to last three months during filming in 1923 – not a century.” Before being moved from the site, the sphinx had to be sprayed with strong glue and filled with stabilizing material. Scientists were afraid it might break into pieces when someone touched it. Luckily, it didn’t and visitors can currently see it in the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Center.
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1. dune – wydma

6.1. Peter Brosnan learned about the Egyptian city from
A. a TV documentary he watched.
B. a scientific publication he found.
C. a person he shared an apartment with.
D. a filmmaker who visited New York University.

6.2. The director of The Ten Commandments
A. had the set covered with sand.
B. left the set for other filmmakers to use.
C. travelled to Egypt to shoot some scenes.
D. employed 1500 actors to take part in the film.

6.3. Why did Brosnan stop working on the project in the 1990s?
A. An article in the Los Angeles Times discouraged a sponsor from Texas.
B. The authorities refused to give him a permit to explore the site.
C. The radar didn’t show the location of the Egyptian city.
D. It turned out that he couldn’t afford to explore the site.

6.4. Which is TRUE about the sphinx they discovered?
A. It was left where it had been found.
B. It fell apart when scientists tried to move it.
C. It was made of a delicate material.
D. It was damaged during the filming in 1923.

6.5. Which is the best title for the text?

6.1. Peter Brosnan learned about the Egyptian coty from
C - a person he shared an apartment with
6.2. The director of The Ten Commandments
A - had the set covered with sand
6.3. Why did Brosnan stop working on the project in the 1990s?
D - It turned out that he couldn't afford the explore the site
6.4. Which is TRUE abou the sphinx they discovered?
C - It was made of a delicate material
6.5. Which is the best title for the text?

Zadanie 7.
Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto trzy zdania. Wpisz w luki 7.1.–7.3. litery, którymi oznaczono brakujące zdania (A–E), tak aby otrzymać logiczny i spójny tekst. Uwaga: dwa zdania zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnej luki.

One night four lazy college students were partying till midnight and didn’t study for the test which was scheduled for the next day. In the morning, they thought of a perfect plan. 7.1. _____ They told him they had gone out to their friend’s wedding the previous night and during their return journey one tyre of their car had burst and they had to push the car all the way back. That was why it was impossible for them to write the test that day. They looked really exhausted. The professor thought for a while and allowed them to return and take the test after three days. 7.2. _____ They immediately went home to study. On the third day they came again to write the test. The professor explained that all four of them would have to sit in separate classrooms. They weren’t worried because they had worked hard for the previous three days to prepare. 7.3. _____ They could get a maximum score of one hundred points as usual, but there were only two questions. The first one, for which they could get two points, was: What’s your name? The second one, worth ninety-eight points, read: Which tyre burst?
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A. However, the test turned out to be different from what they had expected.
B. Unfortunately, they forgot to meet him on that day.
C. They made themselves look dirty and went to see their professor.
D. That was why he gave them more time to prepare.
E. They promised they would be ready by that time.

7.1 C - The made themselves look dirty and went to see their professor
7.2 E - They promised they would be ready by that time
7.3 A - However, the test turned out to be different from what they had expected

Zadanie 8.
Przeczytaj tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, tak aby otrzymać logiczny i gramatycznie poprawny tekst. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.

You probably don’t know who Carolyn Hopkins is. If you saw her, you 8.1. _____ her. But when she starts to speak, her voice sounds familiar to millions of people all over the world at stations and airports.

Mrs Hopkins, 63, has the gentle but authoritative voice that can be heard at different subway stations, train stations and airports. “Welcome to New York Kennedy International Airport,” “There is an uptown train from this platform,” and “Ladies and gentlemen, can I 8.2. _____ your attention, please?” are just some of the phrases delivered in her calming voice.

Surprisingly, the messages aren’t produced in a hi-tech laboratory with robotic voices. 8.3. _____, Hopkins records them in her plain office in northern Maine. Speaking about her announcements, she said, “Travelling can be 8.4. _____ frustrating these days that people need a friendly voice to make them feel safer.”

Hopkins is surely one of the most listened-to voices in the world. The next time you’re at a foreign airport, listen carefully – you might just hear her voice welcoming you. She’ll make you feel at home, no 8.5. _____ where you are.
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A. mustn’t recognize
B. wouldn’t recognize
C. don’t recognize

A. give
B. have
C. pay

A. Instead
B. Besides
C. However

A. as
B. such
C. so

A. difference
B. reason
C. matter

8.1 B - wouldn't recognize
8.2 B - have
8.3 A - Instead
8.4 C - so
8.5 C - matter

Zadanie 9.
W zadaniach 9.1.–9.5. spośród podanych odpowiedzi (A–C) wybierz tę, która najlepiej oddaje sens wyróżnionego zdania lub jego fragmentu. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.

9.1. No other boy in the team is a better player than Tom.
A. Tom isn’t such a good player as the other boys in the team.
B. Some boys in the team are better players than Tom.
C. Tom is the best player in the team.

9.2. “Don’t work till late,” Mum said to Judy.
A. Mum asked Judy to start work later.
B. Mum said that Judy didn’t work till late.
C. Mum told Judy not to work till late.

9.3. Mike started writing the letter 20 minutes ago and hasn’t finished yet.
A. Mike has been writing the letter for the last 20 minutes.
B. Mike needs 20 minutes to finish the letter.
C. Mike finished writing the letter 20 minutes ago.

9.4. I can work longer hours if they pay me more.
A. I don’t mind working
B. I refuse to work
C. I’m not interested in working

9.5. Can I have a word with you?
A. I can give you my word.
B. I’d like to talk to you.
C. I think that you should speak up.

9.1. No other boy in the team is a better player than Tom.
C - Tom is the best player in the team
9.2. "Don't work till late", Mum said to Judy.
C - Mum told Judy not to work till late.
9.3. Mike started writing the letter 20 minutes ago and hasn't finished yet.
A - Mile has been writing the letter for the last 20 minutes.
9.4. I can wor longer hours if they pay me more.
A - I don't mind working
9.5. Can I have a word with you?
B - I'd like to talk to you.


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Do kogo trzeba się zwrócić o wyniki starej matury z Angielskiego
tak ciężko opublikować starą wersję !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! To my nie jesteśmy maturzystami ze zdawaliśmy starą formułę ?!


Język angielski podstawa był mega prosty.
Poszłam na kurs uzupełniający w Avalon School of English Radom i to on mnie dobrze przygotował:)
Powinno być ponad 90% :D
mam nadzieję, że tak będzie;p


Mnie też to denerwuje.. specjalnie spisałem odpowiedzi, żeby sprawdzić czy zdałem a tu arkusza brak -.-


Chyba mają nas w dupalce. Na każdej stronie, którą zdążyłam sprawdzić wszędzie jest jedna i ta sama wersja arkusza! Czekam już od paru dobrych godzin, aż ukażą się inne wersje odpowiedzi... A tu nic, pustka. Może jutro dodadzą coś nowego..


Cały dzień czekam na odpowiedzi do arkusza i na każdej stronie gdzie tylko sprawdzam jest jedna i ta sama wersja! Może jutro ktoś doda jakieś inne wersje arkusza..


Oczywiście, ze nie. Ty mozesz komus pay attention. A ona prosiła o uwagę, czyli have.


Niestety niedopatrzenie z Twojej strony.

Przykro mi

Przykro mi ale to Ty masz źle :(


Czy wgl ktoś bierze pod uwagę,że stara matura też by chciała znać odowiedzi ?!?!?!?!


pay attention na 100%


Gdzie można je znaleźć?:C


Witam, czy macie może odpowiedzi do drugiej grupy z angielskiego?

Uczen Jarocin

Halo Panowie na szybko robione 6.5 jest źle wim bo dobrze zrobiłem ;3

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