czwartek, 27 kwietnia 2017

11 dni do matury

Już tylko 11 dni pozostało do matury. To już tuż tuż....  A ja mam dla Was kolejną porcję zadań. Jak zawsze trzy interesujące maturalne zadania. Powodzenia! 😏

Jeśli z jakimkolwiek zadaniem macie problem, piszcie proszę w komentarzach. Na każde pytanie odpowiem. 

Zadanie maturalne pochodzi z arkuszu maturalnego z 2014 roku. Oczywiście, ze strony CKE.   

zadanie maturalne, 2014, poziom podstawowy

Przeczytaj tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, tak aby otrzymać logiczny i gramatycznie poprawny tekst. Zakreśl literę A, B, C albo D. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 0,5 punktu.


We have all heard the classic jokes about changing a light bulb, but now one of these jokes has come true. Councils across the UK are renowned for their inefficiency, budget cuts and just generally being unpopular 9.1. _____ almost everyone. However, Gloucestershire council really went out of their way to show their incompetence.
It all started when a local resident sent an e-mail to the council informing them that a bulb in a lamppost near his house 9.2. _____ out. It sounds simple enough; you just need someone with
a ladder, a screwdriver and a new bulb. However, we wouldn’t be British if we didn’t overcomplicate things, and Gloucestershire council are patriotic enough to live up to this. The first problem came when the workers discovered there was a hedge
9.3. _____. Unfortunately, it would be too rational to just get a pair of hedge clippers. The council workers had no choice but to call the parks department to get some professional hedge cutters in to do the job. When the latter 9.4. _____, they found that rainwater was getting into the lamp, so another phone call was needed to another department to sort this out. While all this was happening, the police made a special visit to make sure there was no security risk with the lamp not working.
Luckily, this story has a happy ending. Almost. Only after four weeks of messing about
9.5. _____. There was light! For all of 30 seconds the town of Cheltenham came out of a blackout, until the fuse promptly blew.
Finally, to everybody’s 9.6. _____, six weeks after the first report, at least 12 separate visits, and thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money spent, the road was back from the dark ages.

adapted from

     A. to
     B. for
     C. with
     D. by
     A. has gone
     B. was gone
     C. had gone
     D. is gone
     A. in the way
     B. out of sight
     C. in front of
     D. all of a sudden
     A. came through
     B. turned up
     C. got by
     D. showed off
     A. had a new bulb fitted
     B. has a new bulb fitted
     C. did a new bulb fit
     D. was a new bulb fitted
     A. fortune
     B. relief
     C. assurance
     D. reluctance

Zadanie - Wstaw słowa z nawiasów w poprawnej formie.

1. If I were you, I wouldn’t trust Molly. She’s rather an ____________________ (responsible) person.

2. Students like to tale ____________________ (season) job to earn some cash.

3. It is great to be (depend) from your parents. You will see when you start earning your own money.

4. Physical ____________________ (appear) counts for many bosses.

5. The outcome of the campaign is rather ____________________ (predict). Nobody knows what results it will bring.

Zadanie - Uzupełnij każdą lukę jednym słowem.

1. I haven’t read his book ________ I was at school.

2. Molly doesn’t smoke and ________ does her husband.

3. In Poland ________ are many people who drink too much alcohol.

4. We usually watch TV ________ the evening.

5. The Pope will probably visit Poland ________ August.

Mam nadzieję, że ćwiczenia nie okazały się za trudne. Jeśli jednak macie jakiekolwiek wątpliwości, ściągnijcie plik PDF i sprawdźcie swoje odpowiedzi. 

>>>PLIK PDF<<<

Good luck!

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