Próbna MATURA 2015 z języka angielskiego [ARKUSZE CKE, ODPOWIEDZI]

Próbna MATURA 2015 z języka angielskiego
Próbna MATURA 2015 z języka angielskiego Polskapresse
Trwa próbna MATURA 2015. W środę uczniowie walczyli z językami obcymi. Prezentujemy Wam arkusze CKE oraz odpowiedzi z klucza odpowiedzi, czyli te, których zdaniem komisji egzaminacyjnej uczniowie powinni udzielić. Czy próbna matura 2015 z języka angielskiego była trudna?

Maturzyści kolejny dzień walczyli w środę z próbną maturą 2015. Tym razem na warsztat poszły języki obce. Tutaj znajdziecie pytania i odpowiedzi z języka angielskiego.

Transkrypcja. Zadanie 1.
Interviewer: Matthew Johnson has been Newsround’s favourite presenter for years. Matthew, is it true that we aren’t going to see you for some time?
Matthew: Yes, I’m going to have to say goodbye for a year. I enjoy what I do here but I’ve always wanted to be a foreign correspondent, so when I was offered a job abroad, I decided to take the chance. But I promise I’ll be
Interviewer: That’s good news. Working for Newsround, you’ve been travelling a lot. Is there any story you remember in particular?
Matthew: There’s a festival called Tomatina. A few tons of tomatoes are brought into the centre of a Spanish village and the people throw them at each other. I went there with our cameraman to report the event. I walked down the main street towards a crowd of people. It was really hot. At some point I took off my T-shirt and suddenly somebody grabbed it and ran off with it. And then people started throwing tomatoes at me. After a few minutes I was covered in tomato juice and tourists were taking
pictures of me. But it was worth it. The report we made there was really great.
Interviewer: What would you like to tell our viewers before you leave?
Matthew: Thank you for all your kind messages. Newsround will be run by Becky for a while, but she’s looking for somebody to take over. If you think you’re the right person, contact her. And wish me luck abroad.
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Zadanie 1
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmowę z dziennikarzem. Zaznacz znakiem X, które zdania są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – True), a które nie (F – False).

1.1. At the beginning of the interview Matthew explains why he has decided to leave Newsround. True
1.2. Matthew went to Spain to help organise the Tomatina festival. False
1.3. Matthew’s T-shirt was stolen during the festival. True
1.4. Matthew is satisfied with the material recorded during the festival. True
1.5. Matthew will choose a person to work for Newsround instead of him. False

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Transktypcja. Zadanie 2.
Hello, I was listening to your discussion and decided to join in. I bought a camera at an Internet auction a few months ago. It’s small and doesn’t look professional but the photo quality is amazing! I have my own food blog so I take several photos every day. And last month one of my photos won a competition for “the yummiest looking dessert”. I think it shows you can take great photos with a camera that doesn’t cost thousands.
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And now some news from Denmark. David Miller, a professional photographer, has won the main prize for his photograph of a waterfall taken at one of Canada’s national parks. Why is it extraordinary? Well, while he was taking snapshots of the waterfall from a cliff, he slipped and fell down into a cave. David was lucky to survive the fall. His camera was not damaged, so he decided to take some pictures of the waterfall from this unexpected location. You can see the amazing result on his website.
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To celebrate the new edition of Nigella Lawson’s classic cookbooks, we are offering you the chance to win signed copies of her best-selling title, Nigella Express. All you need to do is send us a photograph of your favourite dish prepared using Nigella’s
recipe. The winner will be chosen by a panel of judges, all professional photographers. You have only 10 days to send your snapshot, so hurry up. Just make a dish or dessert, take a photo and click the ‘Contribute’ button on our website. Start cooking now!
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I was walking back home yesterday and suddenly I noticed an intriguing photo outside the local gallery, so I decided to go in. The photographs on show were enormous and had wonderful colours. The collection of photos presented people from different cultures having meals. You can’t imagine the variety of food the pictures showed. I didn’t even know what some of the things were called but I really felt like tasting them. That’s the power of great photography.
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Zadanie 2.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie cztery wypowiedzi związane z fotografowaniem. 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.
This speaker
A. talks about a photo exhibition he/she visited.
B. gives advice on how to photograph food.
C. invites listeners to enter a photo competition.
D. gives an opinion about the camera he/she uses regularly.
E. explains how an unusual photo was taken.

2.1. D
2.2. E
2.3. C
2.4. A

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Transkrypcja. Zadanie 3.
And after the commercial break Sarah Jenkins will have the pleasure of talking to one of the most famous athletes, Usain Bolt. He’s going to tell her what it felt like to win an Olympic gold and hear crowds cheering at the stadium. After the talk, our listeners are welcome to call our studio to ask our guest a question. Stay tuned for Sarah’s interview.
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Ann: Mark, I’m going to the seaside for the summer and I need to lose a couple of pounds. I hope you can help me. You know so much about healthy diet and lifestyle.
Mark: Well, the first thing you should do is to stay away from sweets.
Ann: I don’t think it will work. I like them too much. I think I won’t manage to give them up completely.
Mark: It might be enough if you do some sports regularly. How about jogging? Let’s say two hours every morning in the park across the street? Seems ideal...
Ann: I don’t really like jogging alone, but there is a fitness club two blocks from my house. I think I might try working out there for an hour every morning.
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Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. As you can see, the take off was smooth and now we are on our way to London. The weather looks good and we are expecting to land about fifteen minutes ahead of schedule. You can now start using your personal electronic devices, including laptops and MP3 players, but you’ll have to turn them off before landing. Remember that smoking is prohibited. Thank you for choosing our airline.
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Yesterday my friends and I started talking about birthdays because it turned out that two of us were born on the same day. Then, I said, “One of the Olsen twins has the same birthday as me, but I can’t remember which one it is.” My friends looked at one another and burst out laughing. I didn’t understand why but then one of them said, “They are twins, they both have the same birthday as you.” I felt really silly.
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The last news item today is about Riders for Health. It’s a charity that repairs motorcycles which are later used in African countries. Many African people die because they live far from hospitals. Doctors and nurses often have problems reaching sick people. But motorcycles can go where cars and buses can’t. And when the medical staff get to the villages, they also bring with them the necessary medicines. Visit for more information.
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Woman: Hello, GSM Helpline, how can I help you?
Man: I bought a new mobile phone and I have a problem.
Woman: What’s the matter? Doesn’t it work properly?
Man: No, everything is fine. But when the package was delivered yesterday evening and I opened the box, I saw that there weren’t any earphones inside. I’m sure they should be included.
Woman: Oh, I see. Sorry for that. I’ll make sure you get them as soon as possible.
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Zadanie 3.
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie sześć tekstów. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią nagrania. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.

Tekst 1.
3.1. What is the man doing?
A. reporting on an Olympic race
B. announcing a radio programme
C. interviewing a well-known athlete

Tekst 2.
3.2. What will the girl probably do to lose weight?
A. She will stop eating sweets.
B. She will go jogging in the park.
C. She will exercise regularly.

Tekst 3.
3.3. Passengers can hear this information
A. before take-off.
B. during the flight.
C. after landing.

Tekst 4.
3.4. At first, the speaker didn’t know
A. why his friends were so amused.
B. that the Olsen twins were famous.
C. which of his friends called him silly.

Tekst 5.
3.5. Thanks to the charity Riders for Health
A. there are more hospitals in Africa.
B. it is easier to get to some patients in Africa.
C. sick people in Africa get money for medicines.

Tekst 6.
3.6. What is the caller’s problem?
A. The parcel he received was empty.
B. His new phone does not work properly.
C. Something is missing from the box he got.

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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.

Not everyone is sporty, but most people don’t mind walking. In fact, in a recent survey, 80% of adults say they like walking in their spare time and 73% claim that it’s their favourite form of exercise. 94% believe that local authorities should encourage walking and make people of all ages participate.
Walking is a natural exercise that helps you stay healthy, control your weight and lower your blood pressure. And almost anyone can do it! You don’t need special clothing or equipment, and it’s easy to fit it into your daily routine.
An organisation which might help you when you decide to take up walking is Ramblers. There are over 500 local Ramblers groups in Britain, so most likely there will be one close to where you live. They offer individual advice and leaflets describing walks in different parts of Britain. If you prefer not to walk alone at first, join one of the groups in your neighbourhood.
No matter how easy walking seems to be, you should take care. If you don’t know the area, get a leaflet or a map and follow well-used routes. Always tell someone where you’re going and take a mobile phone with you. For more information, see Ramblers’ guide: Walking in Wild Areas.
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4.1. F
4.2. D
4.3. B
4.4. A

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Zadanie 5.
Przeczytaj trzy teksty związane ze sztuką. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.

“Now then,” Matthew said, “our business is to sell paintings. I haven’t been in this business for very long, so I need somebody to help. You just sit here when I go out. If somebody comes in and wants to buy a painting, the prices, including special offers, are all listed in here. Don’t let a painting out of the gallery until the client has paid. If they want to pay by cheque, tell them that they can collect the painting when we get the payment.” “Anything else?” Pat asked. He looked around, as if searching for ideas, and said, “You could catalogue the paintings properly.”
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5.1. Matthew informs Pat about
A. her duties at the gallery.
B. a new promotion offered to clients.
C. the gallery’s most valuable paintings.

A stolen painting has been found under a deckchair on a beach in southern France. The painting was discovered by a beach cleaner who worked for the local council. A spokesperson for the police said: “We think that the thief stopped off to rest in the sun. He probably placed the picture under the deckchair and forgot about it.” The painting entitled A Sunlit Room shows an empty room with a pair of chairs in the sunshine. In 2008 the painting was bought by a private collector from Switzerland but it went missing together with a few other works of art during a burglary in late autumn last year.

5.2. The stolen painting
A. was found by a holidaymaker.
B. shows a sunny beach in summer.
C. belonged to a collector from abroad.

Tekst 3. JOIN US!
Each June, we select a group of high school students who spend two weeks exploring the National Gallery of Art. Our Summer Institute introduces them to a variety of careers in art through behind-the-scenes tours, and includes work on a student exhibition that will be open to the public. Candidates should have a real interest in art and a desire to work together with other teens from schools across the metropolitan Washington region. The next Summer Institute will take place in June. Download the application form here.

5.3. The offer is addressed to
A. art students looking for a job.
B. teenagers passionate about art.
C. tourists who want a guided tour.

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

Charlotte Freeman, who competed in the reality show Shipwrecked, has just returned home and is waiting impatiently to watch the programme with her family. The 18-year-old from Gainford spent the last 20 weeks on a tiny, mile-wide island in the Pacific. Charlotte broke down in tears when her team lost the prize of £70,000 but she says she would do it all over again. She also thanked the producers and all the participants for making it the adventure of a lifetime.

“Now that I’m back I would advise going on it to anyone,” she says, “but I had a hard time at the beginning. When you go out there you don’t know anybody. You know you’re going to be filmed 24 hours a day but at first it’s a nuisance; it took me four days to get used to it. But eventually the cameramen turned out to be a great support during the show. I really met some absolutely amazing people along the way, and I don’t mean only the people on my team. For instance, Katie Rose is now my best friend although we were competing against each other in the show.” And when journalists ask Charlotte in what way the experience has changed her, she answers “I don’t think I have changed a great deal but I’m more relaxed now, less worried about what people think of me and more independent. I have a different perspective on life. I know that you shouldn’t escape from problems, you have to face them and find a way out. And I’m not going to wait for others to make decisions for me. I want to make the most of life and Shipwrecked has certainly given me the confidence to do so.”

Charlotte was enthusiastically welcomed on her return to Gainford. Her friends had put up posters with her photo on them all around the town and organised a huge surprise party with her family, friends and neighbours present. “It was a nice thought,” Charlotte says. “There were so many people. The show has just started on TV and I already feel like a star. I’m glad that they chose such a nice photo for the posters! Now I can’t wait to see the opening episode of the show which my mum recorded. I wonder how our life on the island is presented on screen.”

6.1. In the first paragraph we learn
A. how much money Charlotte has won.
B. how long Charlotte was on the island.
C. who inspired Charlotte to take part in the show.
D. why Charlotte regrets she was in the programme.

6.2. During the first few days on the island, Charlotte
A. met somebody she knew well.
B. had a quarrel with the cameramen.
C. had to change the team she was on.
D. felt uncomfortable with the cameras around.

6.3. On the island Charlotte learned
A. not to take decisions in a hurry.
B. not to trust other competitors.
C. to solve problems on her own.
D. to depend on other people.

6.4. When Charlotte came back to her hometown, she
A. saw a picture of herself in the streets.
B. organised a surprise party for her friends.
C. decided to go on a long trip with her family.
D. watched a recording of the first episode of the show.

6.5. The text presents
A. the story of television reality shows.
B. a town where a popular reality show was made.
C. a reality show which brought tourists to Gainford.
D. somebody who has become famous because of a reality show.

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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 day Jane Fowler was driving home when a passenger in the car ahead of her threwa paper cup out of the window. Jane sounded the horn to give him a signal, but in response, he threw out something else – this time a plastic bag. At that point she decided to take action. 7.1. _____ City officials agreed to print special posters and leaflets encouraging people
to change their habits.
Jane also started chatting about the problem with the people living next door. Soon, she noticed local families picking up litter. 7.2. _____ She chose a different street every weekend and she didn’t stop there. She talked to people in the street, in parks and in shopping centres. Over a few weeks she spoke to about one thousand people. She also contacted some local schools. 7.3. _____ Encouraged by their reaction, she continues to explore every opportunity to get the message out. ‘The more we talk about it, the faster we can make a change,’ is her motto.

A. To her surprise, the young people learning there got involved as well.
B. With the help of the local government, she started a clean-up campaign.
C. She couldn’t understand why the local authorities were against it.
D. Besides, nobody wanted to help her in organising the campaign.
E. The neighbours’ reaction motivated her to knock on more doors.

7.1 B
7.2 E
7.3 A

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

Last weekend I went with a friend to a new pizzeria, Cupola, recently opened in the Westfield Centre. My friend was 8.1. _____ in a nearby hotel, so the restaurant was closer than any other place in the area. We sat near the back and I must say it didn’t feel like we were dining in a shopping centre 8.2. _____. As soon as we forgot about the number of escalators we had to take to reach the restaurant, it started to feel like a place in Rome or Florence.

The pizza which 8.3. _____ there is delicious. I had one with ham and mushrooms and my friend went 8.4. _____ a vegetarian option. The salads that we ordered with our pizza were a bit disappointing, but the desserts were amazing. I’m sure I will return for a piece of their strawberry cake.

My guest and I got completely lost in our food and conversation. We remembered where we were when we finished our meal and walked into the empty shopping centre – everybody was gone as the shops 8.5. _____ just a few minutes earlier.
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A. leaving
B. staying
C. visiting

A. so far
B. as well
C. at all

A. is serving
B. serves
C. is served

A. for
B. to
C. on

A. were closing
B. had closed
C. would close

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Zadanie 9.
W zadaniach 9.1.–9.5. wybierz odpowiedź, która poprawnie uzupełnia lukę w minidialogu. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C.

X: Excuse me. Can I __________? It’s really important.
Y: Of course. But you need to go outside. You’re not allowed to talk on the phone in here.
A. give a sign
B. have a go
C. make a call

X: Have you heard that Brian returned from his trip to Asia yesterday?
Y: Really? __________ .
X: Sorry, I can’t. I’m working until late evening. Another time perhaps.
A. I think he should come here.
B. Why don’t we visit him tomorrow?
C. Can you stay there with him?

X: Mark, how long are you here for?
Y: __________
A. I want to stay till Monday.
B. I’ve been here before.
C. I arrived yesterday.

X: It’s really hot in here. Is there air-conditioning in this room?
Y: Yes. I’ve forgotten to __________ .
A. set it out
B. put it up
C. switch it on

X: What’s going on? You ___________ to play football here! It’s a private area.
Y: Oh, we didn’t know. Sorry!
A. do not need
B. are not allowed
C. have not been able

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Zadanie 10.
Napisz list do kolegi z Anglii, w którym opiszesz swoje przygotowania do studniówki.

W swoim liście:
- wyjaśnij koledze, co to jest studniówka
- poinformuj, gdzie postanowiliście zorganizować swoją studniówkę i dlaczego właśnie tam
- napisz, jaki masz problem z wyborem osoby towarzyszącej
- wyraź wątpliwość w sprawie planowanego stroju i poproś kolegę o radę.

Rozwiń swoją wypowiedź w każdym z czterech podpunktów, pamiętając, że jej długość powinna wynosić od 80 do 130 słów (nie licząc słów w zdaniach, które są podane). Oceniana jest umiejętność pełnego przekazania informacji (4 punkty), spójność i logika wypowiedzi (2 punkty), bogactwo językowe (2 punkty) oraz poprawność językowa (2 punkty).
Podpisz się jako XYZ.

Dear Mark,
I’m sorry I didn’t answer your letter last week. I’m getting ready for my “studniówka” and I can’t think about anything else.

Przykładowa wypowiedź 1
I guess you don’t have idea what means „studniówka”. It’s a party which we organising a houndred days before our exams. It’s tradition in Poland.
We had some problems with getting a good place and finaly we decided to have it at school. Our huge gym is perfect for dancing and we will try out a new hi-fi system. It’s also cheapest option.
I bought two dresses for an occasion. I’m not sure which one is better. I sending you photos. Let me know what you think.
Other problem is I have to find partner quickly. I was thinking about Tom but he invited Laura yesterday and all my plans are ruined. Maybe you would like to go with me... You will save my life! Please...
Bye for now.

Przykładowa wypowiedź 2
I don’t know this dress. Should I have a dress black or grey?
I have a problem. My boyfriend break his leg last week and he couldn’t go with me. Now I stay without boyfriend so I think to invite my friend from class.
I forgot to say you. Studniówka is party before exams. This year we going to do it in “Baszta”, best restaurant in our town. They given us a good price.
I’m sending you the pictures from my “studniówka”!

Przykładowa wypowiedź 3
I suppose that you don’t know what it is. “Studniówka” is √kind of prom which we traditionaly have in January in √final year of secondary school. Is there anything alike in England?
This year the prom will take place in our school because it’s easy to get there. We have already decided how to share √tasks connected with preparing it. Our class will be responsible for the decorations.
Fortunatelly, I have a great partner. Jenny is an amazing dancer and yesterday I saw her wearing high-heels and a dress she had bought. She looked stunning!
But my outfit is still a problem. I can’t make a decision what to wear. I want Jenny to be proud of me. I think I will have to go shopping with her!


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