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16.04.2020.

Temat lekcji:
Rozwiązywanie zadań maturalnych. Powtórzenie materiału z rozdziału ” ŻYCIE RODZINNE I TOWARZYSKIE”
Planowany przebieg lekcji:
*Przypomnij sobie słownictwo na temat ” ŻYCIE RODZINNE I TOWARZYSKIE ”. Podręcznik str.110-111. Bank słów. Link do podręcznika w formacie PDF:
https://zsckrjablon.pl/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Repetytorium-Maturalne-Longman-2015.pdf
*Przypomnij sobie wzory form pisemnych obowiązujących na poziomie podstawowym oraz zwroty przydatne przy wypowiedzi pisemnej( str.20 -26. Link do podręcznika podany wyżej)
*Rozwiąż zadania . Odpowiedzi przyślij na Messenger lub elikor@onet.pl. Powodzenia.

 

Pytanie 1/4
Wysłuchaj historii pewnej znajomości i w zadaniach (1.1.–1.5.) wybierz poprawne odpowiedzi (A–C).
1.1. When Ms. Brag came to the US,
A. she wanted to start a designing business.
B. she had lived in a village before.
C. she was 21 years old.
1.2. Mr. Stuart placed an ad because
A. he found it more serious-looking.
B. he was in a long-term relationship.
C. he did not want to be trapped.
1.3. Ms. Brag’s reaction to answering machines back then can be described as:
A. shocked.
B. fearful.
C. neutral.
1.4. The relationship between the two people
A. lasted 14 years.
B. developed gradually.
C. is kept secret from Ms. Brag’s parents.
1.5. From the text we learn that the married couple
A. both work as actors.
B. have two children.
C. feel good in each other’s company.

Pytanie 2/4

Przeczytaj tekst. Dopasuj nagłówki (A–F) do fragmentów tekstu (2.1.–2.5.). Dwa nagłówki zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnego fragmentu.
How to Stop Being Friends With Someone
Maybe there is a person you just don’t want to be friends with anymore, but you aren’t sure how to do it. There isn’t one best strategy for ending a friendship, and there are always going to be some hurt feelings when you do. However, there are methods you can use to – nicely – stop being a person’s friend.
2.1. ……….
You should think long and hard about why you really want to end the friendship. Before you communicate this to the other person – and you should – you should understand yourself why you don’t want to be the person’s friend anymore. Be very clear. Whether the friend has truly done something to cause the break, or if you’ve just grown in different directions, they deserve to know the reason why. Be honest with the other person – and with yourself. Is there a hidden reason that is really bothering you that even you are avoiding?
2.2. ……….
Ask the person you don’t want to be friends with anymore to coffee. Ending a friendship over text message or email will ensure the hardest of feelings. Be aware the friend may try to bargain with you and save the relationship. You don’t need to stay around for very long at this meeting. They are either going to get angry or try to get you to change your mind. So it’s best to give them your reasons and make your statement, and then excuse yourself nicely, saying that you have to go.
2.3. ……….
Ending a friendship must cause negative feelings in the other person, such as hurt, confusion, and anger. You should show empathy, sympathy and patience. Let the friend explain how he or she feels and acknowledge that their feelings are hurt. Explain that you are sorry about causing them bad feelings. Find a way to allow your friend to keep his or her dignity. Instead of saying, “I don’t want to be your friend,” you could say something like, “I can’t be the friend you want me to be.”
2.4. ……….
Calling the friend when they are at work, are going through a crisis, or are in a public situation may not work very well. A public place, like a restaurant or coffee shop, is probably a better idea. It allows for some airing of grievances but will prevent the worst kind of reaction, such as screaming or excessive tears.
2.5. ……….
One way to end a friendship is to let it fade. Slowly contact the person less. For example, if you were talking four times a week, reduce it to one time per week. Don’t be available when she (or he) wants to meet. After some time, the friend may just move on to other people, naturally reducing the friendship.
adapted from: http://www.wikihow.com/Stop-Being-Friends-With-Someone

A. Do it in person
B. Pick the right time and place
C. End the friendship formally
D. End the friendship slowly
E. Be kind
F. It is never the right time to do this
G. Choose to text or email your friend

Pytanie 3/4

Uzupełnij luki czasownikami w odpowiednich formach.
Romance for the Victorians could be a dramatic and dangerous affair. Here is an example.
There has never there been a more romantic wedding than that lately celebrated between Miss Mollie Downes and Mr. James Fauntleroy, both of Marion District, Virginia U.S. They married at midnight, on November 13th 1885. She (3.1.) ………………………………………….. (approach) the walls of the jail, clambering onto her brother’s shoulders to reach out to her beloved inside.
As the minister who (3.2.) ………………………………………….. (hold) this secret ceremony ended the service, some little inconvenience occurred. The bride (3.3.) ………………………………………….. (keep) kissing and crying over the groom’s hand, until her brother reminded her that she weighed not that little, and that he was beginning to feel exhausted. This is how 18-year-old Mollie Downes (3.4.) ……………………. ……………………. (become) the wife of James Fauntleroy, the man who was in jail accused of trying to kill his rival.
This is how they effectively cheated the state. Mollie was the only witness to the attack. By marrying, she wouldn’t be able to testify against her husband in court. She was confused, unhappy and in love. It seems she (3.5.) ………………………………………….. (take) the best decision she could at that time.
adapted from: http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/32698415?searchTerm=

Pytanie 4/4

Zorganizowałeś/zorganizowałaś przyjęcie z okazji ukończenia 18. roku życia. Niestety, nie pojawił się na nim jeden z zaproszonych gości. Napisz do niej/niego e-mail, w którym:
– wyrazisz żal, że tej osoby nie było na przyjęciu oraz zapytasz o powód nieobecności,
– opiszesz przebieg imprezy,
– napiszesz, co u ciebie słychać i wspomnisz o jednym konkretnym wydarzeniu z ostatnich tygodni,
– wyrazisz nadzieję na spotkanie w najbliższym czasie i zaproponujesz termin.
Długość wypowiedzi powinna wynosić od 80 do 130 słów. Pierwsze zdanie zostało podane.
Dear friend,
How are you? You missed my birthday party!

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Galina Kuchta.