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Miejscena naklejkęz kodem(Wpisuje zdający przedrozpoczęciem pracy)KOD ZDAJĄCEGOMJA-R2D1P-021EGZAMIN MATURALNYZ JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGOPOZIOM ROZSZERZONYArkusz VROZUMIENIE TEKSTU CZYTANEGOARKUSZ VSTYCZEŃROK 2003Instrukcja dla zdającegoCzas pracy 60 minut1. Proszę sprawdzić, czy arkusz egzaminacyjny zawiera 7 stron.Ewentualny brak należy zgłosić przewodniczącemu zespołunadzorującego egzamin.2. Obok każdego zadania podana jest maksymalna liczbapunktów, którą można uzyskać za jego poprawne rozwiązanie.3. Ocena końcowa jest otrzymywana w wyniku pomnożeniaprzez 2 sumy punktów uzyskanych ze wszystkich arkuszydanego poziomu.4. Należy pisać czytelnie, tylko w kolorze niebieskim lubczarnym.5. Błędne zapisy należy wyraźnie przekreślić. Nie wolno używaćkorektora.6. Do ostatniej kartki arkusza dołączona jest karta odpowiedzi,którą w tym arkuszu wypełnia zdający.1. W karcie wyników zamaluj całkowicie kratkę z literąoznaczającą właściwą odpowiedź, np. . Jeśli się pomylisz,błędne zaznaczenie obwiedź kółkiem i zamaluj innąodpowiedź.7. Podczas tej części egzaminu nie można korzystać ze słownika.Za rozwiązaniewszystkich zadańmożna otrzymaćłącznie 17 punktów.Życzymy powodzenia!(Wpisuje zdający przed rozpoczęciem pracy)PESEL ZDAJĄCEGO


2 Egzamin maturalny z języka angielskiegoArkusz VZadanie 12. (4 pkt)Przeczytaj uważnie poniższą recenzję, a następnie, w pierwszej części zadania, zdecyduj,które ze streszczeń podanych w punkcie 12.1. najlepiej oddaje jej treść. Zakreśl literęA, B lub C. W drugiej części zadania, w punktach (12.2. – 12.4.) wybierz jedną, zgodnąz tekstem i poprawną pod względem gramatycznym parafrazę podkreślonych częścizdań. Zakreśl a, b, c lub d. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 1 punkt.The Almeida Theatre in Islington is about to close for two years for refurbishment. Howappropriate then that its farewell production should be such an excellent staging of TheTempest, the play, which (12.2) many believe was Shakespeare’s symbolic goodbye to thetheatre. But this is no sentimental farewell. Director Jonathan Kent has used the Almeida’scrumbling architecture to present a forcefully bleak vision of the play. Prospero’s island,(12.3) as designed by Paul Brown, is a heap of rubble on to which water pours in bucketsfrom the roof. Ian McDiarmid’s scrawnily weathered and windswept Prospero makes perfectpsychological sense of this environment, conveying a powerful sense of depression andbitterness.This is an astonishing production. It is so packed with startling feats of invention that(12.4) it makes you see The Tempest as if for the first time. The deceptively simple designcasts a surreal spell and a succession of surprises and shock tactics intensifies the dreamymagic mood. For example, when Aiden Gillen’s Ariel is told to go by Prospero, he dives intoa pool of water and vanishes from sight. He later emerges from the aquatic depths covered ina dark bird’s wings.The production leapfrogs beautifully from one image to another, treating the play as a seriesof rapidly changing, inexplicable moods. Kent’s interpretation suggests strongly that there canbe no happy ending. There will be for the Almeida, though.(Według magazynu THE WEEK 6 January 2001)


Egzamin maturalny z języka angielskiegoArkusz V3CZĘŚĆ I:12.1. Which of the following summarises the review in the best way?A) It is an enthusiastic review. There are no weak points except the state of the theatrebuilding.B) It is an enthusiastic review with no weak points mentioned. The poor state of thetheatre building is the advantage.C) It is a positive review, however, some weak points are mentioned.CZĘŚĆ II:12.2. a) is believed to beb) is believed to have beenc) was believed to bed) was believed to have been12.3. a) as it was designedb) like it was designedc) as was designedd) like was designed12.4. a) you are made seeb) you are made to be seenc) you are made seend) you are made to seePRZENIEŚ ROZWIĄZANIE NA KARTĘ ODPOWIEDZI!


4 Egzamin maturalny z języka angielskiegoArkusz VZadanie 13. (6 pkt)Przeczytaj uważnie poniższy artykuł. Z podanych poniżej możliwości wybierz właściwą,tak aby otrzymać logiczny i gramatycznie poprawny tekst. Wpisz w każdą lukę jednąz trzech możliwości A, B lub C. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz 0,5 punktu.I’M MOVING OUTNo doubt the thought has popped out into your head before: I wish I (13.0.-przykład)__A__ just move outta here! Maybe you’ve battled with your parents (13.1.) _____ times, oryou feel as if you (13.2. )_____ more privacy living in a city bus. (13.3.) _____ the reason,the desire to get out from under your parents’ roof can be intense – so intense that some kids,like Rose, don’t even wait until they (13.4.) _____ 18 before packing their stuff and leaving.Rose, 17, lives in Seattle. (13.5.) _____ her junior year, in the fall of 1997, herrelationship with her father began to deteriorate. (13.6.) _____ annoyances became majorissues. “If I had a sock or something on the floor, my dad (13.7.) _____ go into my room, takeall my clothes and throw them in the garbage,” she explains. Her mother says that theaggravation was mutual: “We would almost never see Rose, and when she walked in, ratherthan her father saying, ‘Hi, Rose, welcome back,’ they had confrontations” Her motherfigured that Rose was just growing up. “Rose was going through the normal adolescentprocess of breaking (13.8.) _____,” she says. “To do that, you have to pound the authorityfigure. That was my husband.”At (13.9.) _____ there was almost no communication between Rose and her father. Shesays a few times she’d come home to find herself locked out. On those nights, she slept in thebackyard. Soon after, she started bunking with friends. When Rose finally decided to moveout for good, her mom was shocked. “I was like, ‘That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve everheard,” she says. But her dad, a social worker, wasn’t surprised. “It came as a (13.10.)_____,”he says. “I don’t mean to sound like an unconcerned parent. When she (13.11.) _____ thedecision, my wife and I talked about it. We were not going to hold her back from doingsomething she wanted to do.” Rose chose (13.12.) _____ in with a friend’s family. She livedthere, 10 minutes from home, for five months at the beginning of her senior year last fall.Then Rose moved in with her 20-year-old sister.(Według magazynu SEVENTEEN March 1999)13.0. – przykładA) couldB) canC) had been able to


Egzamin maturalny z języka angielskiegoArkusz V513.1. A) once too manyB) one too manyC) one too few13.7. A) shouldB) mightC) would13.2. A) had hadB) will haveC) would have13.8. A) downB) awayC) through13.3. A) WhateverB) HoweverC) Despite13.9. A) one pointB) the pointC) a point13.4. A) are turningB) turnC) will have turned13.10. A) reliefB) shockC) surprise13.5. A) WhileB) InC) During13.11. A) didB) madeC) got13.6. A) SmallerB) MinorC) Less13.12. A) movingB) moveC) to movePRZENIEŚ ROZWIĄZANIE NA KARTĘ ODPOWIEDZI!


6 Egzamin maturalny z języka angielskiegoArkusz VZadanie 14. (7 pkt)Z poniższego artykułu usunięto kilka zdań oznaczonych w tabelce literami A – I.Przeczytaj uważnie tekst i dopasuj brakujące zdania, tak aby otrzymać spójny i logicznytekst, wpisując odpowiednią literę w każdą lukę. Jedno zdanie nie pasuje do tekstu,a jedno zostało już dla przykładu wstawione. Za każde poprawne rozwiązanie otrzymasz1 punkt.DEATH IN THE ALPSThe snow began falling three weeks ago in Galtür, Austria, and it didn’t stop, evenafter it had covered the entire town with enough powder to shut down roads and immobiliseski lifts. Monika Spitzbarth and her husband, Roland, had come from Zurich to ski theAustrian Alps, but the storm and heavy snows kept them lodged in their hotel room at theBallunspitze resort.(14.0.-przykład) __G__ “There was a terrible roar outside, and everythingwas suddenly dark,” recalls Monika. “It was like being inside a car as it goes through a carwash.” Somewhere outside, people were screaming.(14.1.)_____ A large barn that stood only a few feet away had disappeared, ripped toshreds and buried by a wall of snow that crashed down Galtür’s 2,500-meter-high Adamsbergmountain. Cars were flipped over their tops. Snow and debris, packed 10 meters deep, cut aswath through the village. (14.2)__ __ Almost immediately, tourists and locals began diggingfrantically at the piles with their bare hands. (14.3.) _____Rescue workers, held back by theblizzard, didn’t arrive until the next day. Underneath the brick-hard snow, they uncoveredbodies that had been torn apart and crushed by the force of the avalanche.(14.4.)_____Sadly, this season’s Alpine fatalities did not begin, nor are they likely to end, with theavalanche in Galtür. Since January, record snowfalls along Europe’s mountainous spine havetriggered a series of horrific avalanches, from the Alpes-Maritimes to the Carpathians.(14.5.)_____ Already, at least 40 people have died there this season. In France, five peoplewere killed in a series of avalanches beginning on January 12 in Chamonix. On February 21,nine people were killed and another disappeared under a wall of snow in the Swiss town ofEvolene, near the resort of Sion, which is bidding for the 2006 Winter Olympics.(14.6.)_____ In Switzerland alone, more than 100,000 tourists were stranded, many at highendresorts like Zermatt and Davos. Even if the snow lets up, as it did last weekend, the runoffis likely to produce major flooding in the European lowlands over the next month. Already,some streets along the Seine in Paris have been closed by high water, and there is widespreadflooding on the Rhine.Back in the mountains last week, rescue efforts were underway, with a fleet ofhelicopters from Austria, Germany and the United States airlifting more than 12,000 peopleout of disaster areas. (14.7.)_____Though experts say that similar snowfalls are recorded inthe Alps every 20 to 30 years, most people found it difficult to look at last week’s drama as aphase in an innocent natural cycle.(Według tygodnika Newsweek March 1999)


Egzamin maturalny z języka angielskiegoArkusz V7ABCDEFGHINo one knew how many people were trapped below.The average annual death rate from avalanches in Austria since 1992 has beenabout 25.After several minutes of chaos and darkness, the Spitzbarths looked out of theirwindow.As the shock slowly wore off, many began looking for someone or something toblame.By the time the ordeal was over, the death toll from the disaster in Galtür hadrisen to 31 people.They quickly freed about a dozen people.Last Tuesday, just after 4 in the afternoon, the Spitzbarths were playing yetanother game of cards when the sky went black. (przykład)Still, avalanches are not as big a danger as they once were.Two days later, an avalanche hit the village of Valzur, just down the valley fromGaltür, killing seven people.PRZENIEŚ ROZWIĄZANIE NA KARTĘ ODPOWIEDZI!

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