Język angielski-4BT


Temat lekcji:

Rozwiązywanie zadań maturalnych.

Planowany przebieg lekcji:

Proszę o zapoznanie się z treścią zadań


Usłyszysz dwukrotnie wywiad z interesującym człowiekiem. Zadecyduj, które zdania są zgodne z treścią nagrania (T – TRUE), a które nie są (F – FALSE).
1)If you speak four languages, you are a polyglot.

2)Jake used to live abroad for a few years.

3)When he talks to them, Brazilians think he is from their country.

4)He is planning to start a political campaign soon.

5)Jake thinks that if you speak foreign languages, you understand life better.



PRZECZYTAJ TEKSTY  i wybierz jedną odpowiedź spośród A, B lub C.
How Blushing Benefits You

You probably blushed sometimes when you were embarrassed, discouraged or scared. Blushing happens in situations that connect to a social problem; however, it can happen in an exciting situation as well, such as falling in love with another person. Such experiences cause you to blush because you think of yourself as “caught” by others, and you may feel sensitive then. To make matters worse, blushing makes you more aware of your own face. Why do we blush then? We inform another person about how we feel. This makes it possible for that person to support us and act in the right way.

Happiness Can Make You Cry
Imagine you are watching a very sad movie. You may not produce a tear during the parts that are sad, but you cry at the happy ending. Why would you cry only at the happy ending, and not at the scenes that are sad? A theory about why people cry at happy endings states that we hold back our emotions until it is safe to express them. Thus, at a happy ending, when you are no longer stressed, the energy that is used to hold back the emotion goes away. Some other psychologists claim, however, that crying can be started by a memory that is brought to mind by an event, also a happy event. In this case, a touching moment, such as a wedding or even a television commercial, brings back emotional memories that can make you cry.

Smiling Can Make You Happy

Many emotions that have to do with happiness, including gladness, relief, joy and amusement, are represented by a similar expression: a smile. These positive emotions bring pleasure. An interesting idea is that you don’t have to wait to be happy in order to smile; actually, producing a smile can make you happy, too. You can try it by holding a clean pen, a straw or your finger between your teeth. The facial expression created is similar to a smile – an expression of happiness – and this can start a positive emotional reaction in your brain. It may work for you or not, but it certainly can’t hurt to put a smile on your face, when it is appropriate, of course.


I.Pytani2/8.  Przeczytaj teksty i wybierz jedną odpowiedź spośród A, B lub C.

*According to the first article, we blush because

A)  we are embarrassed.
B) we are very happy.
C) both answers are correct.

II. Pytanie 3/8.Przeczytaj teksty i wybierz jedną odpowiedź spośród A, B lub C.

*The author of the second article:

A  presents one theory on why we cry at happy endings.
B  presents two theories on why we cry at happy endings.
C  cannot explain why we cry at happy endings.

III. Pytanie4/8. Przeczytaj teksty jeszcze raz  i wybierz jedną odpowiedź spośród A, B lub C.

*From the second article we learn
A     what crying looks like.
B     why we sometimes cry watching TV commercials.
C     why weddings are not happy events .

IV. Pytanie 5/8 . Przeczytaj teksty i wybierz jedną odpowiedź spośród A, B lub C.

*The author of the third article:
A    encourages us to smile in order to be happy.
B    ives evidence for something.
C    expresses surprise at why we smile.

V. Pytanie6/8. Przeczytaj teksty i wybierz jedną odpowiedź spośród A, B lub C.

*From the third article we learn

A    how to use a pen to become happy.
B    how to show your teeth when you smile.
C    how to pretend you are happy.

VI.Pytanie 7/8. Uzupełnij każdą lukę jednym słowem zaczynającym się na podaną literę.

Our teenage years (3.1.) a……………………………… the most complicated years in life, and now scientists have discovered why. Researchers (3.2.) f……………………………… Harvard found out that feelings of embarrassment are connected to a specific brain response that is the strongest (3.3.) d………………………… adolescence. The study involved 69 participants, ranging in age (3.4.) f……………………………… 8 to almost 22 years old. The brain scans showed that when adolescents thought they were being watched, there was an increase in certain brain activity. Adolescents also said they were in a state of embarrassment when asked to talk (3.5.) a……………………………… how the experiment made them feel.
The findings suggest that being watched, and to some extent expecting to be watched, are enough to produce difficult emotions in teenagers.

VII.Pytanie8/8.Jest Dzień Dziecka. W związku z tym napisz e-mail do przyjaciela z wczesnego dzieciństwa.
W e-mailu:
– podaj, kto pisze i z jakiego powodu,
– wspomnij jakąś waszą wspólną przygodę z dzieciństwa,
– napisz, co u ciebie słychać,
– zachęć przyjaciela do napisania oraz do odwiedzenia ciebie.
Długość wypowiedzi powinna wynosić od 80 do 130 słów. Pierwsze zdanie zostało podane.
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