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1 -]\NDQJLHOVNL Program nauczania GODV]NRá\SRGVWDZRZHM ( klasy 4 6 ) Autor programu prof. dr hab. TERESA SIEK-PISKOZUB Recenzenci dr ALEKSANDRA JANKOWSKA

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18 SRG]LNRZDQLH]DSRPRFIt was kind of you. Thank you for your help. Informowanie identyfikowanie osób, miejsc, przedmiotów i zjawisk: This is Adam s computer. These are our new English friends; That s our school. It is winter. opis postaci, przedmiotu, miejsca: He is quite short and he s got blue eyes. Your new schoolbag is very nice. There is a round table in the middle of the room. porównywanie cech osób, przedmiotów, miejsc: He is the tallest boy in our class. Helen is older than Jack. It s the most interesting book in my library. He is as intelligent as Jim. RSLVF]\QQRFLLV\WXDFMLI watch TV in the evening. Listen, Michael Jackson is singing. I met John in the kindergarten. We had a nice birthday party on Saturday. Z\UD*DQLH]DPLDUXLFHOXI am going to study at art school. Richard wants to be a photographer. Prowadzenie rozmowy rozpoczynanie rozmowy: Excuse me, are you...? What country are you from? Do you speak English / Polish? Z\UD*DQLHRSLQLLLSRVWDZZREHFUR]PyZF\LWHPDWXUR]PRZ\I agree. You are right. Yes, I think so. I don t agree. You re wrong. I don t think so ±ZLHG]D]QDMRPRüI know that. Do you know her? ±SHZQRüI m sure.... You re right. ±SUDZGRSRGRELHVWZR He is probably ill. Perhaps he is busy. ±NRQLHF]QRüSU]\PXVWe must do it now. You have to be on time. ±XPLHMWQRüCan you swim? Yes, I can / No, I can t. przyzwolenie: May I use your book? Yes, you may. zgoda / niezgoda: All right. OK. I agree. No, thanks. ±FKü*\F]HQLHWould you like to come to my party? Yes, I d love to. ±]DGRZROHQLHUDGRüThat s great! Excellent! zainteresowania: I m interested in football. aprobata / dezaprobata: That s right. That s wrong. ±XSRGREDQLDQLHFKüI like ice-cream. She hates rats. Podtrzymywanie komunikacji SURED R SRZWyU]HQLH Could you repeat, please? Could you say it again, please? Z\UD*DQLH QLH]QDMRPRFL VáRZD L]ZURWX I don t know this word in English. I don t know how to say it. proszenie o mówienie wolniej: Not so fast, please. literowanie: Can you spell your name, please? sygnalizowanie niezrozumienia: I beg your pardon? Sorry, I don t understand. Kategorie gramatyczne :\V]F]HJyOQLRQH SRQL*HM NDWHJRULH JUDPDW\F]QH V ZSURZDG]DQH VWRSQLRZR Z WUDNFLH UHDOL]DFML NXUVX 1LH R]QDF]D WR MHGQDN *H XF]QLRZLH EG X*\ZDü LFK SRSUDZQLHZNRPXQLNDFML=EDGDQDGSU]\VZRMHQLHPGUXJLHJRM]\NDZ\QLND*H 18

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20 Szyk wyrazów w zdaniu Tematyka 8F]HSRZLQLHQXPLHüNRPXQLNRZDüVLZQDVWSXMF\P]DNUHVLH )\FLHFRG]LHQQHFRG]LHQQHRERZL]NLLF]\QQRFL GRPXELHUDQLHVLF]FLJDUGHURE\]DNXS\RSLHNDQDGURG]HVWZHP ]ZLHU]WDPLGRPRZ\PL V]NRáD PRMD NODVD SODQ OHNFML QD]Z\ SU]HGPLRWyZ V]NROQ\FK Z\EUDQH ]DJDGQLHQLD ] Uy*Q\FK SU]HGPLRWyZ V]NROQ\FK QS SRGVWDZRZH G]LDáDQLD DU\WPHW\F]QH REVHUZDFMD SURFHVyZ ELRORJLF]Q\FK QD]Z\ geograficzne. /XG]LHLVWRVXQNLPLG]\QLPLQD]ZDQLHFHFK]HZQWU]Q\FKLZHZQWU]Q\FK oraz relacji moja rodzina, moi przyjaciele i koledzy, PRLVVLHG]L RSLVLFKDUDNWHU\VW\NDSRVWDFL]NVL*HNILOPXWHOHZL]ML Czas wolny zainteresowania: lektury, filmy, komputer, SU]\QDOH*QRüGRNOXEXNyáND]DLQWHUHVRZDKDUFHUVWZD sport, gry i zabawy, turystyka, wakacje letnie i zimowe. ZLDWZRNyáQDV PRMHRWRF]HQLHPRMHRVLHGOHPLDVWRPRMDZLHPyMNUDM zjawiska atmosferyczne. Praca popularne zawody, NLPEGNLHG\GRURVQ 3U]HSá\ZLQIRUPDFMLLPHGLD poczta, telefon, prasa, radio, telewizja, internet. 3R]QDMHP\ZLDW SRGUy*RZDQLHVDPRFKRGHPDXWREXVHPNROHMVDPRORWHP NXOWXUD]Z\F]DMHLWUDG\FMDNUDMyZDQJORM]\F]Q\FK SU]\JRWRZDQLHGRZ\PLDQ\]HV]NRáDPL]LQQ\FKNUDMyZOXEXF]HVWQLFWZD ZSURJUDPDFKPLG]\QDURGRZ\FK 20

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