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Zadanie 1. (4 pkt)
Przeczytaj tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną z treścią tekstu.
There is an old house on Sadovaya Street in the centre of Moscow. Once upon a time
Mikhail Bulgakov lived here. And it was here, in flat number 50, that he lodged the characters of his
The Master and Margarita: Woland, Behemoth, Korowyow and others. Today there
is the only Bulgakov museum in Russia. It is a museum that is open round the clock from from June to August. On Friday, the night of 7 to 8 July Bulgakov’s House in Moscow held its first night tour. This was the start of project that provides museum tours at night.
The museum exists on its own, without anyone’s patronage.
The only person who could be dubbed the sponsor of the house does not like to
to call himself that. It is Nikolai Golubev, the head of the museum. More than three years ago he
together with his friends, opened free museum for Muscovites, visitors to the capital city and literary scholars.
Bulgakov’s admirers thought: if the state doesn’t care about the writer’s museum, why not create one themselves? They found like-minded people on the Internet, and came up with the Phoenix Society, which for 20 years has been collecting information on Bulgakov, contacted collectors and found the first pieces for the museum exhibition. The museum began its work in the spring, one day before the anniversary of Bulgakov’s birth.
Living characters from Bulgakov’s works will meet you at the entrance. The smell of coffee is in the air, pre-war music can be heard, and the soft purring of a huge black cat named Hippo, who walks around the rooms in a masterly manner, keeping an eye on the guests. The museum also has a cafe where you can taste rare sorts of coffee.
The museum is full of unique exhibits, and there is also an ‘Electronic exposition’. There are a dozen flat-panel computer monitors hung on the walls, like paintings, in frames. There are slides with Bulgakov’s photographs, copies of manuscripts, letters, documents, excerpts from the films Heart of a Dog, The Flight and Ivan Vasilievich.
The museum has a special letterbox for notes, in which visitors can write their wishes. Before that, many people simply left telephone numbers and the text “I want to meet my Master” or “I want to meet my Margarita”, and they say it comes true.
1. The Mikhail Bulgakov Museum is open all day long
a) all year round.
b) only during the summer period.
c) only on Fridays.
d) only when there are visitors.
2. The museum of Mikhail Bulgakov was established by
a) the capital’s literary critics.
b) the Moscow city library.
c) state organisations in Russia.
d) an initiative group of admirers of his work.
3. The Bulgakov House Museum was opened
a) one year ago.
b) the summer before last.
c) on the eve of the writer’s anniversary.
d) at the end of the twentieth century.
4. The Mikhail Bulgakov Museum provides an opportunity to
a) meet the characters from the writer’s books.
b) view an exhibition of paintings N. Golubev.
c) buy an electronic version of a favourite novel.
d) to send a letter to Bulgakov’s Master and Margarita.
Zadanie 2. (0-3)
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, zgodną
z treścią nagrania.
1. At the beginning of his talk, the speaker
A. explains the reasons behind his career choices.
B. points out the advantages of his profession.
C. gives an outline of his professional career.
D. recalls an incident from his student days.
2. Which of the following reflects the speaker’s feelings?
A. He is concerned about graduates’ career prospects.
B. He is worried that few graduates stay at university after graduation.
C. He is proud of the achievements of Carleton’s graduates.
D. He is grateful to the institutions which employ Carleton’s graduates.
3. The speaker quotes the saying about minds and parachutes in order to
A. draw attention to the qualifications of the teaching staff.
B. stress that a safe setting is essential for students’ progress.
C. encourage the students to study as many subjects as possible.
D. motivate the students to make full use of the opportunities available to them.
Zadanie 3. (0-6)
Przeczytaj tekst. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą, tak aby otrzymać logiczny i gramatycznie poprawny tekst. Wpisz jedną z liter: A, B, lub C.
AROUND BRITAIN BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Everyone I saw said, “Gosh, you’re brave!” when I 1. that I was planning to travel around Britain by public transport. It never occurred to me to do it 2. We are so lucky in this country to have a relatively good public transport system and I think we should all try harder to enjoy it while it’s still here. 3. , driving your own car in Britain is such a dreary experience these days. There are 4. cars on the road, nearly double what there were when I first came here, and in those days people didn’t actually drive their cars. They just parked them in the driveway and buffed them up once a week. About twice a year they 5. the car out to visit relatives in East Grinstead or make a trip to some place like Hayling Island or Eastbourne, and that was about it, apart from the buffing. Now everyone drives everywhere for everything, which I don’t understand because there isn’t a single feature of driving in Britain that has even the tiniest 6. of enjoyment in it.
Zadanie 4. (0-3)
Uzupełnij poniższe minidialogi, wybierając brakującą wypowiedź jednej
z osób. Wpisz literę A, B albo C.
X: I’ve had an accident recently.
a) I didn’t mean to hurt you!
b) I’m sorry to hear that!
c) Why did you go to hospital?
X: What would you rather do?
a) Neither would I.
b) I wish I had gone to the cinema.
c) I’d rather go swimming.
X: How can I help you?
a) I’m interested in renting a room.
b) I’d rather go to sleep earlier.
c) It was really kind of you.
Zadanie 5. (0-5)
Przeczytaj tekst. Uzupełnij każdą lukę jednym wyrazem, tak aby powstał
spójny i logiczny tekst. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność gramatyczna i ortograficzna wpisywanych wyrazów.
Interviewer: Ken, when you tell people you’re an expert in safecracking, 1. first thought is usually that it’s something illegal…
Ken: You’re right. They usually think I’m a burglar. But actually I 2. hired when people have problems with getting into their safes. You’d be surprised how often that
Interviewer: Is it hard to open a safe?
Ken: That depends 3. the situation. Basically, safecracking is about reasoning and putting different clues together. Obviously, burglar-resistant safes with extreme
security devices require more advanced skills.
Interviewer: Is 4. something you don’t like about your job?
Ken: Well, clients often think that people 5. do this job have learnt their trade in prison. I can’t speak for others, but that’s not what happened in my case.
Interviewer: Thank you, Ken
Zadanie 6. (0-5)
Przetłumacz fragmenty podane w nawiasie. Użyj maksymalnie 4 wyrazów.
(Czy widziałaś) the new Bond film?
Telephones (zostały użyte) to call for help.
Special e-mails (będą wysłane) to all students.
Luckily, the bus (jeszcze nie odjechał) .
While I (robiłem zakupy) , somebody broke into my house.
Zadanie 7. (0-5)
Wpisz obok numeru zdania wyraz, który poprawnie uzupełnia
obydwa zdania. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność ortograficzna wpisywanych
He … some posters on the wall in his room.
The way you … it makes me look like a horrible person.
I didn’t … to hurt you.
He won’t buy you an expensive present because he’s too … .
I received a letter written by … .
Could you … me that book?
Why did you … me here?
Just … the rules and everything will be OK.
The scientists try to explore outer … .
There is a lot of … in my apartment.
Zadanie 8. (0-10)
Uzupełnij każde zdanie jednym wyrazem, przekształcając wyraz podany
w nawiasie, tak aby otrzymać logiczny i gramatycznie poprawny tekst. Wymagana jest pełna poprawność ortograficzna wpisywanych wyrazów.
He invested a lot of money in the of his company. GROW
The part of the city is very old. CENTER
This museum has an collection of modern art. IMPRESS
It’s a very source of information. RELY
We have a great of ties in our shop. VARY
This apple cake is our . SPECIAL
Her mood is dependent on the weather. HIGH
The to this riddle is not so obvious. SOLVE
What are the to enter university in your country? REQUIRE
They were wearing clothes. COLOUR