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1 Unit 1 Życie rodzinne i towarzyskie SŁOWNICTWO I GRAMATYKA 2 1 get / wake 5 get 2 take 6 have / eat 3 brush / wash 7 leave 4 brush / clean 8 get / go 4 1 stay 7 wake 2 make 8 take 3 do 9 have 4 get 10 relax 5 have 11 listen 6 go 12 text 6 1 b 2 a 3 c 7 1 live 8 listen 2 travel 9 go 3 have 10 is 4 study 11 sings 5 work 12 plays 6 have 13 don t play 7 don t have 14 play 8 Zadanie otwarte Zapis nagrania I m Joey. I m a student and I live in a flat in London with three friends. I travel to my university every day on the underground. I have lessons every morning, and in the afternoon I usually study in the library. I work hard, but I also have a lot of fun with my friends. We don t have a lot of money, so we often listen to music at home. We sometimes go to concerts too. My best friend is in a band. He sings and plays the electric guitar. The guys in the band don t play pop music. They play really good rock music and sound a bit like the Red Hot Chili Peppers. 9 Zadanie otwarte b 2 a 11 1 We usually have lunch in the office, but today we are going to a cafe. 2 Are the boys doing their homework at the moment? 3 I am not having breakfast today because I m late for work. 4 My sister isn t working today. She s on holiday. 5 My parents are driving into town right now. 6 Are you wearing new shoes? They look fantastic. PLUS s. 7 Przykładowe tłumaczenia: 1 I usually go to school at 7:30. 2 My brother doesn t live at home with us. 3 Do your parents work in the city? 4 I am not having breakfast today because I am late for school. 5 We usually walk to school, but today we are going by bus. 6 Is your sister doing her homework right now? 7 How often do you take your dog for a walk? 8 What are you doing now? ROZUMIENIE TEKSTÓW PISANYCH 1 1 listen to an ipod 5 read a magazine 2 surf the Internet 6 dance 3 play the saxophone 7 meet friends 4 play basketball 8 play computer games 2 Zadanie otwarte. 4 A acting B painting 5 1 A 2 B 3 B 4 A 6 1 C 2 B 3 A 4 D 5 D 6 B PLUS s. 9 Zadanie otwarte. MÓWIENIE 2 1 A 21st birthday party for a friend. 2 In a club in London. 3 The date, the number of guests, decorations, food and music. 3 Wszystkie kwestie zostały poruszone. Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 1

2 1.03 Zapis nagrania Good afternoon, sir. Can I help you? Yes, please. I d like to book your club for a twenty first birthday party, on Saturday July the eighth. I d like to invite 16 boys and girls. Fine. Would you like any decorations? I d like some balloons and flowers. I m afraid that fresh flowers will be rather expensive. Why? It s July and there are lots of flowers. I ll bring some from my garden. Ok. Do you have any preferences for the food? Yes. Some of the guests are vegetarian so the menu should include lots of salads and fruit. And one hot dish, I think. Ok and what about music? I d like a live band to play. Sorry, but we can only have a DJ. That s fine but before the party I d like to talk to him about the kind of music he s going to play. Most of my friends are of rockand-roll fans. I ll give you his phone number. That will be fantastic. Thank you. 4 1 I d like to book your club for a twenty first birthday party. 2 I m afraid that fresh flowers will be rather expensive 3 Do you have any preferences for the food? 4 And what about music? 5 That s fine! 6 That will be fantastic! PLUS s. 10 Zadanie otwarte. ROZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU 2 studying, food, a party 3 1 Liz 2 Liz 3 Joe 1.04 Zapis nagrania Joe Happy birthday, Liz! Liz Thanks, Joe. Joe And here s my present. Liz A CD! Joe Justin Timberlake. Liz Fantastic! Thanks, Joe. Joe What are you doing now? Liz I m going to the library in a moment. Joe The library? On your birthday? I never work on my birthday. Liz You never work, Joe! I don t know how you pass your exams. Joe Well, I haven t had any problems yet. Liz Hmm. It s not fair. Joe You can come for a burger now, can t you? Liz A burger? Joe Oh, yeah. I forgot. You re a vegetarian. How about a pizza? Liz Well Joe Go on. I ve got to be at the university at two o clock so we can t be too long. Liz Have you got a lesson? Joe No. I ve got a meeting with the sailing club. We re going to talk about the end-of-year party. Liz Joe! What about your exams? Joe Let s talk about them over a pizza! 4 1 Luke 4 Elaina 2 Luke 5 Elaina 3 Elaina 1.05 Zapis nagrania Elaina When are you off home to America, Luke? Luke I m going at the end of October just in time for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is in November. Elaina Does the university mind your going? Luke No, they re OK about it. It s only for a week anyway. It s my grandparents fiftieth wedding anniversary too, so it s a pretty important time. Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 2

3 Elaina Luke Elaina Luke Elaina Luke Elaina Luke Elaina Luke Elaina Luke Elaina When s that? That s on the second of November. Hmm. All that way just for a week. It doesn t sound like fun. It s fine, Elaina. It s a really easy journey and I ve done it so many times. I don t have a problem, anyway. So will you see all your family at Thanksgiving? Sure. Thanksgiving is a family event in the US. We always have a big meal together and eat turkey and pumpkin pie. Hmm. I always find those family parties a bit difficult. I usually argue with my brother. I don t have any problems like that with my sisters, so it s OK. It s only one day, anyway. After that, I go and see my friends. Do you think you ll go back to the US when you finish your course here? Well, I d like to go travelling for a bit. I haven t seen enough of Europe, but then I ll probably go home and get a job. Actually, I m thinking of getting a part-time job here. I d like to work at weekends and maybe on Friday evenings... maybe in a restaurant. Well don t come and work at my place. I m thinking of leaving. I m just too busy to do my college work. What you need is a holiday! Why don t you come to America with me and meet my family? Er... No, I don t think so. Not this time, anyway. 5 1 at 2 in 3 on 4 at, on 6 1 in 2 on 3 in 4 at 5 at 6 on PLUS s. 1 WYPOWIEDŹ PISEMNA 2 1 great-grandmother 4 aunt 2 granddaughter 5 wife 3 sister 6 niece 6 1 An American friend. 4 No. 2 A language course in Oxford. 5 XYZ. 3 Four words. 7 1 K 2 P 3 P 4 P 5 K 6 K 7 P 8 P 9 K 10 K 8 1 Zwroty rozpoczynające: Hope you re well! Guess what? Zwroty kończące: Say hi to everybody at home!, See you soon 2 Tak. 9 1 b I work as a waiter every day in London. 2 b Right now, I m writing to you and I am listening to music! 3 c I live with a very nice English family. 4 a My sister usually visits me twice a year. 5 a I am never late for work. 10 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s stepfather 4 sister 2 brother 5 nephew 3 grandmother 6 cousin MÓWIENIE 1 1 be born 4 go to university 2 start school 5 get married 3 leave school 6 retire 2 Zdjęcie Zapis nagrania The picture shows a family having a meal together in a kitchen. In the foreground, I can see two children eating pizza. In the background, I can see a man and a woman standing in front of the wall. They re probably the children s parents. The man is eating a slice of pizza and the woman is smiling. Everyone seems to be enjoying their meal. Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 3

4 3 2 The picture shows 5 In the background 6 In the foreground 4 Pytanie Zapis nagrania I think they re probably having lunch because pizza is quite a light meal. Also, it s a very informal meal because the family aren t all sitting down together. Unit 2 Sport SŁOWNICTWO I GRAMATYKA 2 1 athletics 7 gymnastics 2 baseball 8 karate 3 table tennis 9 volleyball 4 judo 10 weightlifting 5 basketball 11 cycling 6 golf 12 sailing 4 Play: basketball, table tennis, baseball, volleyball, golf, Go: swimming, weightlifting, cycling, sailing Do: gymnastics, judo, athletics, karate 6 1 We went to a football match last weekend. 2 I didn t play basketball yesterday. 3 Joe wasn t at football practice this morning. 4 Were you at the swimming pool last night? 5 Who did you play tennis with on Friday? 6 The players weren t in the League a year ago. 7 1 trained 2 planned 3 cycled 4 studied 8 1 Did you watch 7 wasn t 2 went 8 didn t do 3 broke 9 did you do 4 walked 10 saw 5 was 11 won 6 got 12 was 9 Zadanie otwarte Zapis nagrania Max Did you watch the match on TV last night? Tim No! Our TV s broken. Max Unlucky! Tim Yeah. So, we went to the pub to watch it instead. Max Sounds good. Tim Yeah, but then Billy s car broke down. We walked to the pub, but it was closed, so we got a taxi to Ben s house. Max Right. Tim But he wasn t there. Tim In the end, we didn t do anything! What about you? What did you do last night? Max Oh well, I saw the match at the ground. We won four-nil. It was a fantastic game! You would have loved it. 10 Zadanie otwarte He wasn t kicking the ball. He was talking to Sam. 2 He wasn t saving a goal. He was lying on the ground. 3 They weren t relaxing. They were running round the pitch. 4 He wasn t laughing. He was crying. 5 He wasn t giving someone a yellow card. He was shouting. PLUS s. 17 Przykładowe tłumaczenia: 1 I watched a match on TV last night. 2 The boys didn t play tennis last weekend. 3 Did you go swimming yesterday? 4 We were playing volleyball all day yesterday. 5 My sister didn t do karate two years ago. 6 What were you doing yesterday afternoon? ROZUMIENIE TEKSTÓW PISANYCH 1 1 Robert Kubica Poland 2 Venus Williams the United States 3 Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 4

5 2 Place Sport Sports person track motor racing a racing driver ring boxing boxer pitch hockey hockey player court tennis tennis player ice rink ice skating ice skater course horse racing jockey pool swimming swimmer stadium athletics athlete 4 1 Russia. 2 A tournament in Japan, Wimbledon. 3 Modelling. 5 1 True 2 False 3 True 4 True 5 False 6 1 False 2 False 3 True 4 True 5 True 6 True PLUS s. 19 Zadanie otwarte. MÓWIENIE 2 1 A photo to illustrate an article encouraging girls to practise extreme sports. 2 Three. 3 1 the best 2 would choose... like fans of 3... it seems 4 would be 5 may look 6 could be 1.09 Zapis nagrania Photo three shows a female rafting team and I think it is the best of all three. I would choose this photo because the girls look like fans of the sport. They are smiling and it seems like they are having a good time. Rafting is an extreme sport, but in this photo it doesn t look dangerous, so it s good for beginners. I don t think photo one would be a good choice. The article is about girls doing extreme sports and I can t see if the person in the photo is a girl. Plus, bungee jumping may look too risky. I wouldn t choose the photo of a woman caver. She looks quite happy, but she s a grown-up woman, and the article is for teenagers. Also, some young girls could be scared of caving. PLUS s. 20 Zadanie otwarte. ROZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU 2 She twisted her ankle Zapis nagrania I went skiing for the first time a few years ago with some friends. I had a couple of lessons on a dry ski slope before I went, but I wasn t that confident when we booked our holiday. We went to a lovely ski resort in France called Samoens. The resort had difficult slopes for experienced skiers and a lower area for beginners, so it was perfect for us. The village was great. It had lovely historic buildings and some interesting monuments, but there was all kinds of entertainment too with shops, bars, restaurants, an open air market, and even an outdoor ice rink. We stayed in a comfortable chalet which had great views of the mountains, and we ate in fantastic restaurants every evening. Anyway, everything was going really well until we decided to visit the ice rink. I discovered that I wasn t quite as good at ice skating as I was at skiing. I was skating onto the rink for the first time when I fell awkwardly and twisted my ankle. That was the end of my skiing on that holiday! 3 B 4 1 B 2 A 3 B 4 B 5 C 1.11 Zapis nagrania I made my first skydiving jump last year and I ll never forget it. Let me tell you what it was like. I was always mad about sport at school and was in all the school teams. Generally, I like to be fit and healthy, but I became interested in extreme sports a few years ago. Now, people ask me why I like doing dangerous sport. For me, it s the idea of doing something that s new and difficult and really exciting. Anyway, I tried white water rafting and rock Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 5

6 climbing. Then I decided to do something in the sky. I thought about having flying lessons, but then I found a website about skydiving. One of my friends is an experienced skydiver so I asked him what it was like. To be honest, I m a bit scared of heights, but he said it was the best thing in the world, so I decided to try it. I found a good skydiving school and booked a course. We had an early start on the first day. Lessons began at eight o clock and we spent the first six hours learning about skydiving equipment and what to expect. I m not very keen on studying and you might think it was boring, but it wasn t at all, and all the time I was thinking about doing my first jump at the end of the day. I was really looking forward to it. Then came the exciting part. We put on our sky diving clothes our overalls, our helmets, our gloves and our goggles, and then we got on the plane. When it was time for me to jump, the instructor told me to walk towards the exit door. I wasn t frightened at all, but my equipment and my clothes weighed so much I had to walk very slowly. I felt the cold air through the exit door and then... I jumped. I fell faster and faster and the wind roared in my ears. Then, I opened the parachute and could see the world far, far below me as I floated slowly down to earth. Those were the most fantastic moments of my life and of the jump. My landing wasn t the most comfortable landing in the world, but I picked up my parachute and walked towards the skydiving building. It was a sunny day and I was smiling. 5 1 about 2 in 3 of 4 on 6 1 of 2 about 3 with 4 with PLUS s. 2 WYPOWIEDŹ PISEMNA 2 Type of event: tournament, game, match, competition, race Prize: trophy, cup, medal People: players, contestant, spectators, competitor 4 1 A postcard. 2 A sporting event. 3 An English friend. 5 Hi Lizzie How are you? I m in London and having a great time! Guess what? I went to Wimbledon yesterday! My favourite bit was watching the match between Nadal and Federer. They re amazingly good players! Tomorrow, I m going to go on the London Eye. It s quite hot here at the moment so I may go to the park as well. See you soon! Love XYZ 6 amazingly, quite 7 1 incredibly 4 quite 2 quite 5 really 3 very 6 extremely 8 Zadanie otwarte. 9 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 2 MÓWIENIE 2 1 kick 4 hit 2 Chelsea 5 save 3 win 4 Zdjęcie Zapis nagrania In the foreground, we can see a goalkeeper. He s bending over and holding his head. He seems really upset. I think the other team have probably scored. There are some spectators in the background. One of them is holding his arms above his head and he s looking quite upset. The men on the left of the picture have their hands in their pockets. They don t look like they are very interested. 5 1 He / She seems 2 They don t look like Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 6

7 7 1 can be exciting 2 get a bit boring Zapis nagrania Do you enjoy watching sport? Why? Why not? I like going to important football matches because they can be exciting, but I don t go every week because it can get a bit boring. 8 Zadanie otwarte. 9 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 2 SPRAWDŹ SIĘ! (1 2) Słownictwo 1 1 get 6 bat 2 out 7 pitch 3 cousin 8 in water 4 getting 9 on 5 do 10 hit Gramatyka 2 1 don t like 7 did you see 2 doesn t listen 8 are doing 3 works 9 weren t 4 didn t 10 are you doing 5 was eating 11 went 6 play 12 were you doing ROZUMIENIE TEKSTÓW PISANYCH 3 1 B 2 C 3 D 4 A 5 B 6 D Mówienie 5 1 The picture shows 2 It looks like 3 In the background 4 In the foreground Pyt. 1 Wypowiedź pisemna 6 1 Thanks 4 quite 2 what 5 See 3 really 6 Lots Unit 3 Dom SŁOWNICTWO I GRAMATYKA 2 Living room: carpet, fireplace, armchair, rug, bookshelf Kitchen: fridge, cooker, dishwasher, microwave Bathroom: mirror, basin, shower unit, bath, washing machine 4 2 The hairdryer is on the table. 3 The flag is above the bed. 4 The teddy bear is next to the cushion. 5 The lamp is in front of the poster. 6 The brush is in the bowl. 7 The stereo is between the scarf and the teddy bears. 8 The desk is opposite the bed. 9 The shoes are under the bed. 6 1 There are 5 There were 2 There isn t 6 There was 3 Is there 7 Was there 4 Are there 8 Were there 7 Well, there are three bedrooms and there is a big kitchen. Is there a garage? But, there are two balconies. 8 Zadanie otwarte Zapis nagrania Emma Have you moved into your new flat yet? Joe Yes, I have. It s great. Emma What s it like? Joe Well, there are three bedrooms and there is Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 7

8 Emma Joe Emma Joe a big kitchen. Is there a garage? Yes, there is. What about a garden? Is there a garden? Well, no. But there are two balconies for me to sit on in the summer. 9 1 a 4 any 2 any 5 any 3 some 6 an 10 Zadanie otwarte Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 29 Zadanie otwarte. ROZUMIENIE TEKSTÓW PISANYCH 2 1 floor 6 balcony 2 stairs 7 terrace 3 front door 8 basement 4 doorbell 9 roof 5 back door 10 attic 3 1 Tom Cruise 4 Johnny Depp 2 Johnny Depp 5 Daryl Hannah 3 Daryl Hannah 5 1 C 2 D 3 A 6 1 G 2 C 3 E 4 F 5 F 6 A 7 B 7 B PLUS s. 3 MÓWIENIE 2 1 c 2 a 3 b 3 1 Photo 1. 2 Photo 3. 3 Photo Zapis nagrania I think we should choose photo number one. These terraced houses are not very modern, but they look comfortable. They are in the suburbs so it s easy to get to the city centre. And I think it s important to have neighbours. I wouldn t choose photo number two because it probably isn t very close to other people. There s a lot of space here and it s quite modern, but not very attractive. It looks more like a school than a home so I wouldn t say it s an ideal place to live. Photo number three is not a good idea because it s too small. The garden is beautiful, but I don t think it looks very comfortable and it s probably very cold in winter. It would be OK for holidays but not as a regular home. 4 1 I think we should... 3 I think it s important is not a good idea. 6 They look comfortable it s too small... 9 It would be OK for... PLUS s. 32 Zadanie otwarte. ROZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU 2 1 False 2 False 3 True 1.16 Zapis nagrania Have you ever thought about living on a barge? Marc Sharp does just that. He bought his barge about three years ago when he retired from his job. The boat was in a terrible condition when he bought it, but some friends helped him to rebuild it and now he lives there with his dog, Benny, for company. He has a very small living area on his barge, but there s a bed, a table, an armchair and a plasma TV screen, and that s all, Marc says, he needs. The best thing for Marc about the barge is that he is able to visit places whenever he wants. And the worst thing? Well, it has to be the weather because he still gets seasick when it s very stormy. 4 1 True 2 False 3 False 4 True 5 True Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 8

9 1.17 Zapis nagrania Have you ever thought about living on a houseboat? The fact is, more and more people are taking this decision. In Britain alone, it s thought that there are around 15,000 people living on boats. So why are people taking this decision? One reason is that it s cheaper. Buying a houseboat is a lot cheaper than buying an ordinary house. Another reason is that people want to get away from busy, modern life to find a more relaxing lifestyle. But is it a comfortable way to live? I visited Ben, 24, a computer analyst, and Lizzie, 23, a newly qualified teacher, on their houseboat in Essex in the south of England to find out what life is like on board. When I first got on Ben and Lizzie s houseboat, it felt quite small to me, but as I wandered around, it didn t seem much smaller than my own one-bedroom flat. There s a living room, a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom. I also came across a small storage room and plenty of cupboards. The couple also have electricity, running water, a phone and broadband internet, so working from home and keeping in contact with people isn t a problem. So what are the best things about living on a houseboat? Ben and Lizzie told me that they loved most things about their unusual lifestyle, but that they particularly like the people. They say they get on with everybody in the community and that there s always a party or a barbecue happening on one of the boats. But are there any problems? DIY, the couple told me. You can t get away with not doing repairs to your home. The problem is, when you re living on water, your house is constantly moving around so things are always cracking and breaking which means there are always repairs that need to be done. The wind and rain doesn t help this, either. However, it s still cheaper than looking after an ordinary home, and don t forget it s more environmentally friendly, too! I finally got off Ben and Lizzie s houseboat and wandered back through the marina. The sun was shining, people were friendly and there was a really nice atmosphere. I felt quite envious of their unusual lifestyle. PLUS s. 3 WYPOWIEDŹ PISEMNA 2 Zadanie otwarte. 4 1 accommodation 6 fitted 2 unfurnished 7 central heating 3 flatmates 8 rent 4 ground 9 tenants 5 location 10 landlord 5 Odpowiedzi jak w ćw Zapis nagrania Woman Good morning. This is the accommodation agency. Max Hello. I m looking for an unfurnished flat. Woman That s fine. How many bedrooms would you like? Max Well, I have two flatmates so we d like three bedrooms please. Woman Would you prefer a ground floor flat? Max No, we don t mind what floor it is. Woman Well, I have a nice flat in a quiet location close to the park. It s on the first floor. It has a fitted kitchen and central heating so it s nice and warm in winter. Max Mmm How much is the rent? Woman It s 800 per month. There are tenants in the flat at the moment, but they re leaving at the end of next month. Max That sounds good. Woman Right, well, I ll phone the landlord and we ll discuss when you can go have a look at it. Max Thank you very much. 6 1 A note. 2 An English friend. 3 A possible flat to rent. 7 Informacje w tekście podane są w tej samej kolejności, co w zadaniu egzaminacyjnym. Opis wyglądu mieszkania I ve found us a furnished flat in Green St. It s on the 2nd floor and it s quite big. There are three bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom, etc. Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 9

10 It s got central heating and a small balcony. Informacja o opłatach za wynajem The rent isn t too bad i.e. it s about 800 a month. Informacja o możliwym terminie obejrzenia mieszkania I spoke to the landlord and he s meeting us there tomorrow at 3 p.m. Is that OK with you? Informacja o koleżance, która również chce obejrzeć mieszkanie Sam wants to come too. He might rent the third bedroom. 8 1 i.e. 2 P.S. 3 etc. 4 Rd 5 e.g. 6 p.m. 7 St 8 asap 9 a.m. 9 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 3 MÓWIENIE 2 make the beds clean the windows, clean the floors pay the bills do the shopping, do the ironing, do the dusting take out the rubbish lay the table tidy your room hoover the carpets 4 Odpowiedzi uczennicy są pełne. She tidies her room, makes her bed and takes out the rubbish. Sometimes she does the shopping Zapis nagrania What do you do to help at home? Well, I don t do too much housework. I tidy my room make the bed and take out the rubbish. Sometimes, I do the shopping, but not very often. And who does the cooking? My mother. And my father sometimes he s quite good. I can t cook at all. I can only lay the 5 1 Nie. 2 Tak. 3 Tak. table. And my younger brother washes up Zapis nagrania Look, we have to prepare something for the party. What do you mean? We need some food. How about making a pizza? I ll hoover the flat and dust the furniture, and you could go shopping for ingredients and do the cooking. Don t you think that s a little unfair? I ll have too much to do. Yes, true, but you know I can t cook at all, and your pizza is delicious. I can lay the table and clear up later you know, do the washing up and take out the rubbish. Yes, maybe, but I can t make pizza for twenty people, can I? I see your point, but we really need something to eat. All right, in that case, let s order some pizza and salad. 6 1 How about making...? 3 In that case, let s... 4 Yes, true, but... 6 Yes, maybe, but... 7 I see your point, but... PLUS s. 3 Unit 4 Zakupy i usługi SŁOWNICTWO I GRAMATYKA 2 1 post office 5 travel agent s 2 bank 6 florist 3 butcher s 7 pharmacy 4 hairdresser s 8 estate agent s Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 10

11 4 1 Plany na przyszłość: b, c, e 2 Przewidywania: a, d, f 5 1 are you going to do 7 am not going to get 2 is going to come 8 am going to catch 3 are going to travel 9 am going to travel 4 am going to meet 10 are going to have 5 are you going to get 11 is going to book 6 Are you going to fly 12 are going to visit 6 Odpowiedzi jak w ćw Zapis nagrania Anna What are you going to do next summer? Max Well, my friend in Australia is going to come over to Europe with his sister. They re going to travel around for a bit, then, I m going to meet them in Italy. Anna How are you going to get to Italy? Are you going to fly? Max No, I m not going to get any planes. I m going to catch the ferry across to France and after that I m going to travel by coach to Italy. Anna It sounds like you re going to have a great time. Max Hmm. I think so. Why don t you come too? Anna I d love to, but I ve already made plans with my best friend and she s going to book the tickets this Friday. We re going to visit New York. Max Fantastic! 7 1 Decyzja w chwili mówienia: b, d, e 2 Przewidywania: a, c, f 8 1 won t be 4 will go 2 will be 5 will land 3 I ll put PLUS s. 39 Przykładowe tłumaczenia: 1 We don t have any cheese at home. I ll buy it today. 2 Are you going to do the shopping this afternoon? 3 The shop will be closed for two days. 4 What kind of cars will people drive in 50 years time? 5 It s very hot. There s going to be a storm. 6 We re not going to go shopping this weekend. ROZUMIENIE TEKSTÓW PISANYCH 2 a borrow e lend b cheque, credit card f cash, change c in the sale g price, cost d receipts h bargain 4 The man that started ebay. 5 1 A 2 B 6 1 C 2 C 3 B 4 A 5 A 6 B PLUS s. 4 ROZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU 2 Zadanie otwarte Zapis nagrania 1 Customer Excuse me. Where can I find leather handbags? Shop assistant You need to go to accessories, madam. Customer Is that on this floor? Shop assistant No. It s on the second floor, madam, Customer next to ladies fashion. Oh. Thank you. Where s the escalator? Shop assistant It s over there, madam, on your right. Or you can take the lift. You ll find that next to the cafe. Customer OK. Thank you very much. 2 Jane Linda Jane Linda Jane OK. Where shall we go first? I don t know. There s so much here! How about something to eat? Yeah. Good idea. I saw a noodles stand back there. Let s go and get some. Did you need to buy anything in particular? Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 11

12 Linda Jane Linda 4 1 C 2 A Yeah. I want to get my mum a birthday present. I think I ll get her a picture or something. There s an art stall over there. It looks quite nice. OK. Let s get the food and then come back. 5 1 D 2 F 3 E 4 A 5 B 1.23 Zapis nagrania 1 Customer Excuse me. Do you have this in red? Shop assistant Yes, I think so. One moment, please. Yes, we do. Here you are. Is this the right size? Customer Is it a medium? Shop assistant Yes, it is. Customer That s great. I ll go and try it on. 2 Bank clerk Can I help you? Client Oh, yes. Thank you. I d like to pay this cheque into my account please. Bank clerk Yes, of course, madam. Can I have your account number? Client Here s my card. Bank clerk Thank you. Anything else? Client Oh, yes, I d like to apply for a credit card. Bank clerk No problem. Just fill out this form. 3 Passenger How much is the tour? Bus driver It s 15 per person. Passenger All right. I ll have two tickets please. How long does it take? Bus driver About an hour, sir, depending on traffic, of course. Passenger Do we go to Kensington? Bus driver Yes, we do. We go past Harrods London s biggest department store and then on to Hyde Park Corner and Hyde Park. Passenger OK. Bus driver Please take your seat, sir, as we ll be leaving shortly. 4 Customer Can we have the bill, please? Waiter Yes of course, madam. Here you are. Customer Thank you. I d like to pay by cash, please. Waiter Yes, of course. That s 18 then. Customer Here s 20. Waiter Thank you and that s 2 change. Customer Oh, keep the change. Waiter Thank you very much, sir. Have a nice day. 5 Customer Clerk Customer Clerk Customer Clerk Customer I d like to send this parcel, please. I m sorry. You need to go to window number seven. I don t take big parcels. Oh. There s a long queue at window seven. I m sorry about that. There is a notice over there. Oh yes, I didn t see it. Never mind. Can I have a book of first class stamps while I m here? Yes, of course. Here you are. Thank you. 6 Items of clothing: jeans, skirt, jacket Footwear: trainers, sandals, boots Accessories: belt, tie, sunglasses Size: small, medium, large Pattern: checked, striped, plain Style: casual, elegant, smart Material: cotton, linen, leather 8 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 42 Zadanie otwarte. MÓWIENIE 2 Zadanie otwarte. 3 1 A dress or a blouse with a skirt. 2 Grey, silver or blue. 3 A bag Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 12

13 1.24 Zapis nagrania Can I help, you madam? Oh, yes. I m going to a party tonight and I m looking for something very elegant. Maybe a dress or a blouse with a skirt? What kind of dress or skirt would you like? Nothing really long. And short sleeves, please. And what colour would you be interested in? I would like light grey, silver or blue. How about this dress then? It looks OK. Do you have it in a medium? Yes, we do. Here you are. Do you need anything else? Yes, do you have any accessories to go with it? What would you like? Maybe some jewellery. I m sorry, we don t sell jewellery. Then maybe something else, like a bag? What kind? Oh, nothing big. Just a small evening bag for my keys and mobile phone. But I don t want to spend too much money. I m sorry, but the bags are quite expensive. How much are they? Between 25 and 50 pounds. The dress itself is 90 pounds. It s not that bad. I think I ll take this small silver bag, too. It will be perfect for the dress. It s one hundred and fifteen pounds, please. Thank you. 4 1 Przedział cenowy. 2 Kolorystyka stroju. 3 Dodatki. 4 Rodzaj stroju. 5 1 I m looking for something... 2 Do you have it in a medium? 4 How much are they? 1.25 Zapis nagrania Oh, yes. I m going to a party tonight and I m looking for something very elegant. Maybe a dress or a blouse with a skirt? It looks OK. Do you have it in a medium? How much are they? PLUS s. 4 WYPOWIEDŹ PISEMNA 2 1 scratched 4 receipt 2 replacement 5 fit 3 refund 6 exchange 3 Zadanie otwarte 1.26 Zapis nagrania Customer Excuse me. I bought this CD yesterday, but it s scratched. Shop assistant I m sorry about that. Would you like a replacement? Customer No, thank you. I ve changed my mind about it. I d rather have a refund. Shop assistant Do you have your receipt? Customer Yes, I do. Shop assistant All right. That shouldn t be a problem. Customer Excuse me. I bought these shoes yesterday, but they don t fit. Shop assistant Have you worn them outside? Customer No, I haven t. Shop assistant Would you like to exchange them for a different size? Shop assistant Yes, please. 5 1 To a shop manager. 2 You bought clothes which don t fit. 3 Formal. Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 13

14 6 Zwroty rozpoczynające: 1 I 2 F 3 I 4 F 5 I 6 I Zwroty kończące 7 I 8 I 9 F 10 I 11 I 12 F 7 1 Tak. 2 Yours sincerely używamy, gdy znamy adresata listu Yours faithfully używamy, gdy adresat jest nieznany (Sir or Madam) 8 Przykładowa odpowiedź: Dear Mr Green When I was in your shop last week, I bought a T-shirt. Unfortunately when I got home, I noticed there was a hole in the sleeve. I was quite upset. That is why I am returning the jeans to you along with the receipt. I would be grateful if you would send me another pair of jeans. Yours sincerely XYZ 9 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 4 MÓWIENIE 2 Zadanie otwarte Zapis nagrania It seems to me that the photo with products on ice is a better choice. In this photo we can see some luxurious ingredients like olives and shrimp, and I believe that meals for special occasions should be made from something unusual. It s also important that all these products are kept on ice so I know that they are very fresh, which in my opinion is extremely important. The other stand offers only ordinary vegetables like onions or greens so it would be difficult to make a whole meal out of them. I imagine my mum would prefer something fancier than cooked tomatoes. 4 1 It seems to me... 2 I believe... 3 It s (also) important... 5 In my opinion... 8 It would be difficult... 9 I imagine... PLUS s. 4 SPRAWDŹ SIĘ! (3 4) Słownictwo 1 1 armchair 6 striped 2 bathroom 7 come cross 3 attic 8 belt 4 basement 9 before 5 sale 10 medium Gramatyka 2 1 There is 3 There was 2 Were there 4 There weren t 3 1 some 5 Are you going to 2 any 6 We aren t going to 3 any 7 I ll come 4 is going to 8 will Rozumienie ze słuchu 4 1 True 3 True 5 False 2 False 4 True 1.28 Zapis nagrania Have you wondered how the Hollywood stars live? Have you ever wondered where they shop? I took a trip to Beverley Hills to find out. Beverly Hills is a small town for the very rich. Its streets are full of multi-million dollar mansions with expensive cars like limousines and Mercedes parked outside. There are shops and boutiques, top class restaurants and hotels, parks and churches, but there aren t any hospitals, and there are certainly no cemeteries. This is a place for the rich to live in comfort, to shop and eat and to forget about the real world. When I arrived in Beverley Hills, the first thing I wanted to see was the shops! So, what s the best Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 14

15 place to go shopping? There is a place called The Golden Triangle in Beverley Hills, which is a network of streets filled with shops and restaurants. The most famous of these streets is probably Rodeo Drive. The stretch of shops and boutiques on Rodeo Drive is only three blocks long but it s probably the most expensive three blocks of shops in the world. Here, the most famous clothing designers in the world have boutiques including Armani, Gucci and Coco Chanel. Here you can shop in jewellery stores with names like Cartier and Tiffany. In fact, Rodeo Drive is home to the single most expensive store in the world: Bijan. This place is so exclusive you have to make an appointment in advance just to go inside. On a typical visit, Bijan s average customer spends around $100,000. The tourists flock to this part of Beverley Hills to go window-shopping and to try to see stars like Britney Spears and Christiano Ronaldo. I spent the day doing what the tourists do, but it was the evening that I enjoyed most. During the day the place can look at bit ordinary, but at night, it s lit up with sparkling lights the shop windows look fantastic. If you are planning a trip to Beverley Hills, a word of advice avoid arriving on a Sunday. Most of the shops on Rodeo Drive are closed then, and the usual crowd of shoppers is replaced by too many tourists with nothing to look at! Mówienie 6 1 It looks 2 he s probably 3 I imagine 4 one of those things Pyt. 1 Wypowiedź pisemna 7 Poprawna wersja listu: Hi Sarah I ve found a house in Wetlina. It s quite big. There are three bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and a bathroom. There is a terrace and a big garden. Wetlina is a village in south eastern Poland, in the heart of the Bieszczady mountains. The house is free in the first two weeks of August. I am going to book it asap so let me know if you can come! See you soon! XYZ P.S. My sister wants to come too. Is that OK? Unit 5 Człowiek SŁOWNICTWO I GRAMATYKA 2 Build: slim, medium-build, overweight, thin, plump Height: tall, short, mediumheight Hair: curly, short, long, wavy, straight, dark, fair, blond Eyes: brown, blue, green, expressive Age: in his / her early / mid / late twenties, young, General: middle-aged, elderly handsome, pretty, beautiful, good-looking, attractive Distinguishing features: tattoo, wrinkles, moustache, scar, freckles, beard, bald 4 1 Do you like sport? 2 Can your sister play the piano? 3 Will they go to university? 4 Did he play football last night? 5 Are you Polish? 6 Is your brother at home? 5 Przykładowe tłumaczenia: 1 Kiedy zacząłeś / zaczęłaś studia? 2 Gdzie mieszka twój narzeczony? 3 Dlaczego Tom przestał chodzić do szkoły? 4 Jak wygląda twój brat? Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 15

16 5 Jaki jest twój przyjaciel? 6 Co lubi John? 6 1 Where g 7 What j 2 How k 8 Why e 3 Who h 9 Which i 4 When a 10 Whose l 5 How b 11 How c 6 What d 12 What f 1.29 Zapis nagrania 1 Question Where would you like to go on holiday next year? Answer I d love to go to South America. 2 Q How much do you spend on clothes each week? A Not much. I don t go shopping very often. 3 Q Who is your favourite actor? A Johnny Depp. He s done some great films. 4 Q When did you move to this town? A It was about three years ago. 5 Q How old are you? A I m nineteen. 6 Q What do you do in your spare time? A I like dancing and going to the cinema. 7 Q What does your sister look like? A She s got long, dark hair and she s quite tall. 8 Q Why are you studying English? A I think it will be good for work. 9 Q Which football team do you support? A Legia Warszawa. 10 Q Whose sporting career do you admire most? A That s easy! Robert Kubica s. 11 Q How far do you live from here? A About five kilometres. 12 Q What is your brother like? A He s a nice person. 8 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 51 Zadanie otwarte ROZUMIENIE TEKSTÓW PISANYCH 1 1 f 2 e 3 g 4 a 5 k 6 h 7 d 8 b 9 i 10 c 11 j 2 Zadanie otwarte. 4 C 5 1 A 2 D 3 B 7 1 E 2 H 3 C 4 D 5 F 6 G 7 A 8 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 5 MÓWIENIE 2 Przykładowe odpowiedzi: 1 annoyed 5 angry 2 excited 6 embarrassed 3 worried 7 relaxed 4 upset 8 bored 4 1 At college. They were sitting at the same desk. 2 He s a shy person, but really funny and intelligent. 3 He bought her flowers and they went for a walk on the beach and then for ice cream Zapis nagrania Where did Magda meet that new boyfriend? At college. They re doing the same course and on the first day they were sitting at the same desk. What s he like? He s quite a shy person, but he s really funny and very intelligent. Did she tell you about their first date? Yes, it was really romantic! He bought her flowers and they went for a walk on the beach and then for ice cream. He sounds great. And what does he look like? Oh, he s much taller than Magda, with blond hair and blue eyes. What else? Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 16

17 5 1 He s quite a... person. 2 He s really... 4 It was really... He does karate, so he is slim and very strong. And he always wears T-shirts and jeans Zapis nagrania He s quite a shy person, but he s really funny and very intelligent. Yes, it was really romantic! He bought her flowers and they went for a walk. PLUS s. 5 ROZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU 2 Zadanie otwarte. 3 1 D 2 A 3 C 4 E 5 B 1.32 Zapis nagrania Speaker 1 I don t really want to go on a boat trip because I usually get quite seasick. Speaker 2 I ve bought the tickets. I ve checked that my passport s valid. Now I m ready to disappear for six months. Speaker 3 Well, I have to admit I m a bit nervous because it s my first time flying. Speaker 4 I enjoyed my first lesson. We learned how to introduce ourselves in Japanese, and how to greet people. Speaker 5 I d far rather stay in a hotel. I m not at all keen on sleeping in tents. 4 1 Megan 4 Megan 2 Jack 5 Jack 3 Megan 1.33 Zapis nagrania Megan Are you looking forward to your trip, Jack? Jack I m excited about going there. I ve never been to Australia, so I think it will be good fun. Megan You re working on a summer camp? Jack Yeah. That s right, it s for teenagers aged twelve to eighteen. I m going to be a sports coach. Megan Could be difficult! I worked on a summer camp once and I had to play basketball and go bungee jumping every day. I couldn t stand it. Jack Well, you re not exactly an active person are you? But you know, I m crazy about sports and I ve always been interested in travelling, so it should be a lot of fun. Megan Yeah, maybe. Do you get to travel then? Jack Yeah. I m working until the end of August, then, I m going to tour round for a bit. I m meeting a couple of friends in Sydney and we re going from there. Megan Great! Jack So, have you got a job for the summer? Megan Yes, I ve got a job teaching English. Jack Really? Did you do a course? I keep thinking about doing something like that, but I never do. Megan I ve done a couple of courses, but you know I m really nervous about being in a classroom. I m not sure I m going to be very good with the children. Jack Of course, you will. You just said you worked on a summer camp and you ve got younger brothers and sisters that you re always looking after. I m the one that s an only child and this is my first job. Megan Hmm. Maybe. Jack So, are you going to the coast then? Megan No, it s a language school in Madrid, actually. Jack I like the look of Madrid. Some friends of mine went last year and they had a really good time. I d like to see for myself one day. Megan Yeah. My cousin lives there, so I know it quite well. She s keen on showing me all the sights, so I think I ll have some fun. Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 17

18 Jack Sounds good. We ll have to meet up at the end of the summer and find out who had the best time. 5 1 about 2 about 3 in 4 about 5 on 6 1 I m not really fond of... 2 My best friend s crazy about... 3 I was disappointed with... 4 My parents are keen on... 5 I m bored with... 6 I m jealous of... 7 I feel sorry for... PLUS s. 55 Przykładowe tłumaczenia: 1 My sister s crazy about dancing. 2 My parents aren t fond of animals. 3 Is your brother bored with playing football? 4 My friends were disappointed with their exam results. 5 Are you keen on reading? 6 Our neighbours aren t interested in gardening. WYPOWIEDŹ PISEMNA 2 Zadanie otwarte. 4 1 somebody in New York 2 you want to practise your English 5 1 Yes. 2 He s 18 years old, quite tall, medium-built; he s got dark hair and brown eyes; he s a sociable person. 8 1 As 4 so 2 so 5 since 3 because 6 because 9 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 5 MÓWIENIE 2 Zadanie otwarte. 3 1 probably 2 look 3 seems 4 looks like 1.34 Zapis nagrania The picture shows a lot of people looking at something. They are probably at the cinema because they are sitting on seats which are typical in a cinema. They also have drinks and popcorn, which are things people often buy when they go to the cinema. They all look at bit nervous and scared so I imagine they are watching a horror film. The girl on the right is covering her face. She seems really upset, and the girl sitting next to her looks like she doesn t want to watch. 5 1 Tak 2 Tak 3 Tak 1.35 Zapis nagrania What do you think will happen when the film finishes? I imagine everyone will leave as soon as they can so that they can go home. I expect they will talk about the film with their friends and try not to feel scared about it. What things do you worry about? I m not keen on being in crowded lifts because I think I m going to get stuck in one. I prefer to use the stairs when I can. Tell us about a situation that really scared you. It was last summer; I watched a horror film about ghosts. I have a big imagination and I was really scared. Later, I was afraid to walk into a dark room. PLUS s. 58 Zadanie otwarte. Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 18

19 Unit 6 Podróżowanie i turystyka SŁOWNICTWO I GRAMATYKA 2 Przykładowe odpowiedzi: 2 a beach holiday: sunbathe 3 an activity holiday: go trekking, go backpacking, go kayaking 4 a cruise: sunbathe, take photos 5 a camping holiday: sleep in a tent 6 a safari: watch the wildlife 7 an eco-holiday: watch the wildlife 3 1 campsite 5 a self-catering apartment 2 villa 6 a youth hostel 3 chalet 7 a bed and breakfast 4 a five-star hotel 8 a caravan 5 Krótkie przymiotniki cheap cheaper the cheapest hot hotter the hottest busy busier the busiest Długie przymiotniki expensive more expensive the most expensive Nieregularne stopniowanie przymiotników bad worse 6 1 more 3 less 2 most 4 least the worst 7 2 False: Lublin is bigger than Sopot. 3 False: Australia is the smallest continent. 4 True 5 False: England is further from Poland than Slovakia is. 6 False: Beaches are usually busier in summer than they are in winter. 8 Zadanie otwarte 9 Przykładowe odpowiedzi: 2 A cruise is more interesting than a beach holiday. An activity holiday is the most interesting kind of holiday. 3 Houses are taller than bungalows. Skycrapers are the tallest kind of buildings. 4 Cars are faster than bikes. Planes are the fastest form of transport. 5 Kraków is more populated than Gdańsk. Warsaw is the most populated city in Poland. PLUS s. 6 ROZUMIENIE TEKSTÓW PISANYCH 2 1 a lose b miss 2 a memories b souvenirs 3 a trip b travel 4 a voyage b journey 5 a depart b arrive 6 a take off b land 4 1 A travel article. 2 The Grand Canyon. 6 1 False 2 True 3 False 4 True 7 1 True 2 False 3 True 4 True 5 True 6 False 8 Zadanie otwarte. PLUS s. 6 MÓWIENIE 2 Opcję drugą Zapis nagrania I think I would choose the big grey one. It looks interesting because you can imagine that there are a lot of places to see inside such a huge castle. I think it s medieval and that s my favourite period. Also, since it s in a great condition, I would hope that there are a lot of exhibits to see inside the rooms, so that you can imagine how these people lived. On the other hand, as the ruins in photo one do not have a roof, I think there will only be walls with grass inside the castle, so it will be like many other ruins that you can find. The last one looks great, but it looks like a castle for a prince rather than a knight, and I think Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 19

20 knights are much more interesting, so I wouldn t choose that one. 3 1 because 2 since 3 as 4 so 1.37 Zapis nagrania I think I would choose the big grey one. It looks interesting because you can imagine that there are a lot of places to see inside such a huge castle. I think it s medieval and that s my favourite period. Also, since it s in a great condition, I would hope that there are a lot of exhibits to see inside the rooms, so that you can imagine how these people lived. On the other hand, as the ruins in photo one do not have a roof, I think there will only be walls with grass inside the castle, so it will be like many other ruins that you can find. PLUS s. 6 ROZUMIENIE ZE SŁUCHU 2 Przykładowe odpowiedzi: Someone may steal you luggage / money. You may miss the train. You may lose your luggage / passport / ticket / money. The hotel may be fully booked. Your hotel / accommodation / the weather may be terrible. Your ticket may be out of date. Your accommodation / ticket may be too expensive. Your train may be cancelled / delayed. 3 Zadanie otwarte 4 Someone stole her things. 5 1 C 2 C 1.38 Zapis nagrania I was travelling around Australia with some friends last year. We went to some fantastic places all over the country. For most of the holiday, nothing really bad happened. We didn t lose our passports; we didn t miss our trains or buses; we didn t stay in any horrible places and the weather was absolutely fantastic, too. Then we arrived in Sydney and went to Bondi beach. It was our last stop before going home. We were staying in a youth hostel there and decided not to leave anything in the hostel just in case there were any thieves around. We were going home in two days time and didn t want anything to go wrong. So, I put everything into a small black rucksack and took it down with me to the beach. We lay on the beach all day and swam in the sea. One of us always stayed with our things to look after them. So... in the afternoon when I opened my bag to get my book out, I couldn t believe it. The bag was empty. Everything was gone: my tickets, my passport, my money, my digital camera. Everything! I couldn t understand when somebody had done this because we were always watching our bags. Then one of my friends, Joe, admitted that he had fallen asleep when he was on his own with the bags. Luckily, the police were really good, they helped us sort things out and we got home. 6 1 C 2 A 3 C 4 C 5 B 1.39 Zapis nagrania It was a couple of years ago and it was December 24th. I was at the train station in Chicago. I d been away for six months because I was travelling around Canada and the US by train and by bus, and now I was trying to get home to be with my family in New York. I wanted to be at home on Christmas day. My train was supposed to leave at two p.m. The trouble was, the weather was absolutely terrible. There was a snowstorm and all the trains were running late. Of course, the twenty fourth is the busiest travel time of the year in the US so there were hundreds of people at the station and they were all in the waiting rooms trying to keep warm. At five p.m, we heard an announcement that all the trains leaving the station that day were cancelled. It was freezing at the station, but I didn t see any point in leaving. I wouldn t be able to get on a bus or even in a taxi, and I wasn t keen on going anywhere on foot in that bad weather. I decided that I could afford to stay at a hotel, but I thought they would be full, so I didn t bother phoning any of them. In the end, I spent a sleepless night in the waiting Oxford University Press 2011 Nowa matura ustna Oxford Repetytorium Matura Podstawowa 20

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