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STRUKTURY LEKSYKALNO‒GRAMATYCZNE
2 b
2 a
1
1 so
B cks
6 hat
il-
3 b
3
1 c
2
2 sa
D ndals
7 scarf
literate –illiterate
4 a
4
-aence: arrogance
3
3 un
A derpants
8 gloves
logical- illogical
5 c
5
-e b
nce: confidence
4
4 sh
C orts
9 trunks
dis-
6 c
-ty: honesty, loyalty
5 jumpers
loyal-disloyal
3 (M)
2
-ity: maturity, sensitivity, sincerity, sociability
obedient-disobedient
1 F
2
MÓWIENIE 2
-ness: kindness, politeness, rudeness
1 conceited
im-
2 F

21 h
g ead
ullible
11 fingers
1
mature-immature
3
2 F

32 c
s h
el e
f ek
-conscious
12 chest
a
perfect- imperfect
4
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43 nos
imp e
artial
13 stomach
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54 c
a h
b in
sent-minded
14 arm
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na te
l-irrlla y
ti ou
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6 T
5 mouth / lips
15 knee
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e-irr in
es g
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o te
n re
siblst
e ing to tell you.
3
6
3 eye
16 hip
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n- ll you how I once ….

1a W
no IENIE
un
2
7
(S t e
u ar
dents’ own answers.)
17 thigh
b
sensitive-insensitive
1b adjective
1
8 neck
18 ankle
4
1 w
sinc ent
ere-insincere
2a adjective
The student cannot think of much to say about
9 shoulder
19 wrist
2
u m
n- et
2b noun
(Sample answers)
the photo.
10 hand
20 foot
3
r e w
liaas w
bl ear
e-unrin
e g
3a adjective
1 Dan is not very intel igent, but… (he’s very
liable
5
3b noun
4
4 felt
reliable).
11
(Sample answer)
The c
2 C r
la im
ir in
e c a
a ls a
n b re no
e a bi .1 a
t imnd 4.
5 saw
mature sometimes.
4
6
1 wrer
ea e t
so hr
n o
ab w
le ing
1 Perhaps one of them will go out. Or they might
3 Annie is not very well-organised and not always
5
1a arguments
7
2 real
unrizeeadsonable
start arguing and shouting. On the other hand,
reliable.
1b argumentative
1 sensible
6 friendly
3 unreliable
4 Nick can be rather conceited sometimes.
c
they might start talking and make it up.
2a imaginative
2 bossy
7 reliable
4 reliable
1 b
2b imagination
3
5 relaxed
8 rebellious
5 obedient
PISANIE
2 a
3a meditative
4
1 sens
g
itive
9 cheerful
6 disobedient
3 c
13b meditation
5
2 acmbitious
10 selfish
4 d
a
CZYTANIE
3 h
Podziel
5 (M) się nowiną i powiedz, gdzie para się poznała.
6
4 f
2
Podaj przynajmniej dwie cechy wyglądu
1 f
CZYTANIE 2
1 imaginative
1 c
opisywanej osoby.
5 d
2 h
2
2 immature
2 e
Podaj przynajmniej jedną cechę jej / jego
6 a
3 a
1 Option C
3 disobedient
3 d
charakteru popartą przykładem.
7 b
4 b
2 Option A: You present women as objects that
4 sincerity
4 b
Wyraź swoją opinię na temat nowego związku
8 e
5 g
are nice to look at;
5 rudeness
5 a
i zapytaj kolegę / koleżankę o zdanie.
6
6 c
Option B: She had to go to hospital to be
6 arrogance
b
7
(S d
3 treated for anorexia. Can you imagine to how
tudents’ own answers.)
P: 3, 4, 6, 7
MÓWIENIE
8 e
many teenage girls this may happen after
1 C
7
looking at your photos of impossibly skinny
N: 1, 2, 5, 8
2 A
1
8
females? ;
c
1 perceived, perception
3 B
a
1
2 a
im b
a o
g re
in d
e, imagination
4 a frustrated
Option D: Why don’t you print articles about
O: Dear Kitty, Hi Ricky,
Topic 1: What first impressions are based on;
1
3 br e b
coollrin
ec g
t, recollection
4 b frustrating
wom
4 (M) en who are brave or intelligent, or who
E: Love, All the best, Best wishes, Yours,
What happens as we get to know people better;
2
4 a
asssurp
umerisin
, ass gumption
5 a depressed
have done something special for other people?
1 B
Situations when first impression can be right;
2
5 br e s
a u
lisrpr
e is
d, r ed
alisation
5 b depressing
3 (Sample answers) … the consequences for
2 F
2 Dom
Prejudices and the dangers they pose;
3 a worried
6 a exciting
other people. / … what may happen as a result.
3 C

T OWN
opic 2: IC
W T
h W
at i O
t means to love humanity; Ways of
3
8 b worrying
6 b excited
4 Option B
4 D
1 demonstrating love for humanity; What it means
1 head
5 A
10
3 (M)
1 fenc
to lo eve your neighbour; Wa 12 TV
ys of showing love for
2 mind
1 B
‘your neighbours’;
1 in, with
5 to
6
2 gate
13 floor
3 mind
2 C
2 in
6 with
1 a
3 drive
14 cooker / oven
4 head
3 D
PISANIE
3 at
7 as
2 b
4 garage
15 bath / bathtub
5 mind
4 C
1
4 of
3 b
5 balcony
16 curtains
6 head
5 D
4 a
6
Pr ro
obloef m 1: The physical descr17
ip tiwoas
n ihbasin
s a detailed
7 mind
C
list; it reads more like a police report than
8 Z
Y
h TAN
ead IE 1
6 C
5 b
7 chimney
18 bed
a description of a friend; it gives no impression
2 (M)
4
6 b
8 window
19 wardrobe
of a living person.
1
9 D
9 door
20 desk
Not very important
Important
SŁUCHANIE
Problem 2: The last sentence is a list of six
2
1 A in, as
10 sofa
21 chair
appearance
a lively personality
personality traits not supported with any
3
2 C in
2(M)
11 rug
22 lamp / light
examples of the friend’s behaviour.
4
3 B of, as
perfect teeth
being friendly
1 B
2
5
4 A in
a s
2 exy b
C
ody
being generous
1
2 garage
5 gate
6
5 B of
l3o
oBking like a skinny model a sense of humour
2
a ga
A rnde
i n
a was a cheerful girl, po6s fen
sibl ce
y with a strong
6 on
4 C
3
3 bsaelc
n o
s ny
e of humour.
7 roof
7 on
5 B
b Ania’s clothes suggested she might be a bit of
1
8 la
zoyf
5 immature
4 drive
a tomboy.
2
9 t alk
in ative
6 stupid
3
3
10p
oli
witeh
7 reserved
1 rubbed
4 irresponsible
8 attractive
2 perceiving
77
1

3
3 f
5 T
1 b
4 e
2 c
5 g
MÓWIENIE
3 a
6 b
2
7 a
(Sample answer)
2 Dom
9
The main theme of these materials is housing
problems/differences in housing standards.
SŁOWNICTWO
1 out
1
2 up
3
1 converted
3 out
(Sample answers)
2 home
4 off
There is a photo showing a luxurious modern flat.
3 pre-war
5 on
I can see a bar graph showing the number of flats
4 penthouse
6 up
built in Poland in recent years.
5 bungalow
7 in
There’s also a headline which refers to young
6 studio
8 in
people’s housing problems/ the difficulty of
7 mansion
10
getting your own flat when you’re young.
2
1 house
STRUKTURY LEKSYKALNO‒GRAMATYCZNE
Bedroom
2 home
1
1 bunk beds
3 home/house
1 The walls haven’t been papered properly.
2 desk
4 house
2 John painted the ceiling of his room purple last
3 swivel chair
5 home [from] home
week.
4 roller blinds
6 home
3 She’s planning to have a new radiator installed.
5 windowsill
11
6 radiator
2
1 length, width
7 stool
2 height
1 d
Living room
3 strength, weight
2 b
1 glass-fronted bookcase
4 maintenance
3 e
2 Venetian blinds
5 construction
4 a
3 chest of drawers
5 c
4 framed photograph
CZYTANIE
3 (M)
5 knick-knacks
1
6 fireplace
1 if his house had been built the previous
C (She strolled absent-mindedly from the hall
7 rocking chair
2 is being redecorated by
into the living room.)
3 thinking of buying
3
2
4 have the roof
1 c
5 needs doing up
A: wiped a speck of dust, rearranged the ornaments
2 e
(not cleaning in a systematic way);
3 a
PISANIE
B: the plants needed watering and she made a
4 b
1
mental note to do it later
5 d
D: her first instinct was to rush out (she was not
The second description is better. The first one is
mainly a list of furniture; the second one shows
4
preparing to leave)
why the room relaxing by describing it from the
1 upholstered chairs
3 (M)
point of view of a person using it for relaxing
2 display cabinets
1 B
activities.
3 Persian rugs
2 D
4 framed photographs
2
3 A
5 grandfather clock
4 B
The furniture is wonderful y comfortable…, …large,
soft sofa…, …supported on the cushions…, …a

5
5 C
lamp in the perfect position for reading…, …a coffee
1 impressive
5
table within easy reach… the six speakers of the
2 spacious
(Sample answer)
sound system are positioned ideal y around you…
3 airy
the delightful fragrance of the flowers bordering
4 minimalist
the lawn behind the thick privet hedge; the rush
3 Szkoła
5 stylish
of wind through the trees; the red tiles on the roof
6 cluttered
SŁOWNICTWO
of the house; a Victorian mansion with a double
1
6
garage at one side and a huge conservatory at the
1 boarding
1 downtown
other; as isolated as a lonely farmhouse or country
2 nursery
2 residential
cottage.
3 independent
3 estate
SŁUCHANIE
4 vocational
4 suburb
5 middle, junior high
5 outskirts
1
1 d
2
7
2 f
1 d
1 redecorating
3 a
2 a
2 papered
4 e
3 f
3 replaced
5 b
4 e
4 repair
6 c
5 c
5 installed
6 b
6 tile
3 (M)
1 F
3
8
2 F
1 e
1 c
3 F
2 d
2 d
4 T
3 b
2

4 c
CZYTANIE
4 d
5 a
2 (M)
5 b
4
1 D
4 Praca
1 folder
2 C
2 file
3 G
SŁOWNICTWO
3 hole punch
4 B
1
4 highlighter
5 F
1 barrister
5 rubber
6 E
2 plumber
6 compasses
4
3 priest
7 stapler
1 challenge
4 stockbroker
8 pencil sharpener
2 build
5 counsellor
9 paper clip(s)
3 run
6 undertaker
10 set square
4 think
7 beautician
11 notepad
8 dustman
12 ruler
STRUKTURY LEKSYKALNO‒GRAMATYCZNE
2
5
1
1 d
1 took/did
A
2 f
2 score/get
1 b
3 a
3 retake/resit
2 c
4 c
4 come out/be announced
3 a
5 b
5 external/school-leaving
B
6 e
1 b
6
2 c
3
1 mock
3 a
1 fashion
2 past
C
2 interior
3 set
1 c
3 games
4 flunked
2 a
4 software
5 mark
3 b
5 web/website
6 papers
7 entrance
3 (M)
5
1 A
1 d
7
2 C
2 c
1 I
3 D
3 f
2 F
4 C
4 a
3 A
5 B
5 e
4 C
6 A
6 b
5 H
7 g
6 E
MÓWIENIE
7 G
1
6
8 D
Introductions 1 and 3 are acceptable, but flawed.
1 income
9 J
Neither gives an outline of the structure of the
2 wages
10 B
presentation. In 1, the speaker immediately starts
3 tips
4 salary
8
talking about himself/herself – this part could
4 rise
1 up
be used as one of the examples, but it shouldn’t
5 bonus
2 off
constitute the introduction. In 3, the speaker
6 profit
3 up
states his/her opinion so soon and so categorically
7 pension
4 behind
that it does not provide a good starting point for
5 round
a balanced discussion.
7
6 in
Introductions 2 and 4 are more effective: both
1 with
7 down
start by stating the topic and go on to outline
2 under
8 out
the structure of the presentation by listing the
3 to
main points the speaker intends to make. In 2 the
4 in, on
9
speaker’s opinion is stated and in 4 it isn’t – both
5 in
1 difficulties
are possible approaches.
2 memorise
8
3 psychologist
PISANIE
1 e, h
4 ability/abilities
1
2 a, c
5 dyslexic
B is appropriate. A states the writer’s opinion and
3 f, g
6 academic
does not refer to advantages and disadvantages.
4 b, d
7 gifted
9
8 assessment
2
9 artistical y
1 What are the benefits and drawbacks of taking
1 promotion
10 creativity
such a step?
2 job
2 This custom can be said to have both
3 sick
SŁUCHANIE
advantages and disadvantages.
4 flexible
3 (M)
3 What are the arguments for and against this
5 benefits
6 job
1 B
solution?
7 pay
2 E
3
8 maternity
3 A
1 c
4 D
2 e
10
3 a
1 find employment
2 a nine-to-five job
3

3 a career in
3 (M)
5 d
4 apply for the position of
1 sounds interesting.
6 b
5 his true vocation
2 None of my friends
7 f
6 cheap labour
3 prospects of promotion.
6
11
4 either of
5 most of which
1 mates
1 unemployed
6 He was offered
2 colleagues
2 employment
3 acquaintance
3 employer
PISANIE
4 family
4 employee
1
5 companion
5 unemployment
6 close
A and C are faulty, because neither of them states
7 friend
12
the writer’s opinion. A poses a question which is
8 circle
1 beautician
different from the question posed by the topic; C
2 technicians
refers to arguments for and against. Introductions
7
3 retirement
B and D both introduce the issue and state the
1 c
4 accountant
writer’s opinion.
2 d
5 repetitive
2
3 e
6 challenging
4 a
Conclusion 3 is faulty. It refers to one particular
5 b
CZYTANIE
aspect of the issue (women soldiers) instead of
3 (M)
summing up the whole discussion.
8
1 b
1 C
(Students’ own answers.)
2 d
2 B
9
3 D
5 Życie rodzinne i towarzyskie
1 b
4 D
2 d
5 B
SŁOWNICTWO
3 a
5
1
4 c
1 by, of
1 h
10
2 on
2 a
1 out
3 on
3 c
2 for
4 in, below
4 b
3 on
5 out
5 k
6 j
4 after
SŁUCHANIE
7 i
5 off
6 out
4
8 f
7 up
1 T
9 e
8 for
2 T
10 g
9 up
3 F
11 d
10 on
4 F
2
5 T
11
1 fiancé
1 in common
MÓWIENIE
2 civil
3 registrar
2 by sight
1
4 ceremony
3 hate the sight of
The student mainly reads the extract aloud. She
5 best
4 a love-hate relationship
does not explain how it is related to the main idea
6 bridesmaids
5 looks up
or to the other visuals on the page.
7 veil
6 looks down
7 fond of, sick to death
4 (M)
8 bouquet
9 groom
Student A
12
10 reception
an advice website, a friendly bedside manner,
(Students’ own answers.)
11 band
nursery school teacher, tactful, reading aloud
12 newlyweds
CZYTANIE
Student B
Shoot a film/ shoot documentary footage,
3
2 (M)
chef, cinematographer, practice/prepare for a
Birth: baptism, cot, expectant mother, labour,
1 D
performance, a job ad, creative
maternity clothes, maternity ward, midwife,
2 A
nappy.
3 F
STRUKTURY LEKSYKALNO‒ GRAMATYCZNE
Funeral: bury, coffin, cremation, grave, headstone,
4 B
1
hearse, mourning, urn.
5 E
1 some
5
2 neither
4
1 frenetic
3 any
1 extended
2 fussing
4 Most
2 nuclear
3 police
5 none
3 single
4 devices
6 either
4 cohabiting
5 Adoptive, foster
5 rid
2
6 same-sex
6
a 2
7 home
1 compel
b 1
2 chuck out, discard
c 5
5
3 crucial
d 6
1 e
4 put your feet up
e 4
2 c
f 3
3 g
4 a
4

STRUKTURY LEKSYKALNO‒GRAMATYCZNE
3
8
2
1 d
1 rip-off
1 care
2 c (delete ‘who was’, leaving the participle
2 fortune
2 turns
phrase ‘wearing a full-face helmet’ – two words
3 astronomical
3 part
fewer with no loss of meaning)
4 nose
4 easy
3 e
5 exorbitant
5 granted
4 b
6 arm and a leg
6 advantage
5 a
9
4 (M)
6 Żywienie / Zakupy i usługi
1 spare
1 to
2 giftwrap
2 take
SŁOWNICTWO
3 delivered
3 part
1
4 warranty/guarantee
4 who
Fruit: blackcurrant, pear, raspberry, tangerine.
10
5 although/while
Vegetables: asparagus, aubergine, broccoli, red
1 account
pepper.
SŁUCHANIE
2 withdraw
Fish: eel, herring, salmon, trout.
3 loan
1
Meat: lamb, pork, turkey, veal
4 rate
(Students’ own answers.)
2
5 interest
2 (M)
6 off
1 c
1 D
7 cash machine
2 d
2 C
3 a
11
3 A
4 f
1 out
3
5 b
2 in
1 …I must admit it is a lot of work keeping up with
6 g
3 off
so many…
7 e
4 in
2 …Your closest friends are those who you love
3
5 by
for themselves, because of something in their
6 by
1 saturated
character…
7 in
2 unsaturated
3 …I have three categories of friends. Firstly the
8 in
3 carbohydrates
inner circle: my nine closest friends…
4 fibre
CZYTANIE
4
5 protein
3 (M)
1 E
6 calcium
1 B
2 C
4
2 C
3 A
1 C
3 A
4 B
2 D
4 F
5 E
MÓWIENIE
3 G
4 B
3
5
5 A
The speaker’s answers are very short. This has a
2 He worried that the raised numbers on his
6 H
double negative effect: they don’t sound very
credit card might be worn down.
7 E
polite, and they are not effective in defending his
3 He had several large wardrobes made to order
8 F
views.
and a cabinet built for her shoes.
9 I
4 He had a whole room turned into a walk-in
4
5
wardrobe.
This time the candidate starts by showing that
1 fishmonger’s
5 She could change outfits twice a day and still
he understands the examiner’s argument, which
2 off-licence
not repeat herself for almost two years.
makes his answers polite. He then goes on to
3 greengrocer’s
6 Tony Takitani was left with a room full of size 7
defend his point of view by presenting additional
4 delicatessen/deli
dresses and 112 pairs of shoes.
arguments and examples.
5 stationer’s
6 (Sampl )
e answers
PISANIE
6
His wife lowered her gaze- because she felt
1
1 queue
ashamed or because she was thinking
Napisz opowiadanie zatytułowane „A Friend
2 till
…she had a certain feeling of lightness…- she felt
in Need”, w którym główny bohater w trudnej
3 trolley
relieved, perhaps freer and hopeful
sytuacji przekonuje się, że może polegać na swoim
4 belt
A film of sweat broke out on her forehead. She
przyjacielu.
5 barcode
took a deep breath and closed her eyes. – she felt
6 cashier
unwell – probably she was suffering withdrawal
2

7 receipt
symptoms, like an addict deprived of the object of
1 Characters: Alice and her college mates, Vera
the addiction.
and Julie
7
2 Place: the airport in Barcelona
1 discount
SŁUCHANIE
3 Time: the end of the winter holiday
2 half
1
4 Lead-up to the main event: The characters are
3 offer
pay up front (O), put the finishing touches (B),
robbed. Alice’s passport is stolen.
4 price
deny all responsibility (B), threaten sb with legal
5 Follow-up:
5 bargain
action (O/B), give a complete refund (B), do the
Feelings: relief.
6 wholesale
job properly (B)
Consequences and conclusions: Alice realises
7 off
2 (M)
that Vera is her true friend (and Julie isn’t).
8 sale
9 retail
1 C
10 reduced
2 D
The hidden word is “shopaholic.”
3 B
5

4 B
2
10
5 C
1 caravan
1 attendant
2 tent
2 departure
MÓWIENIE
3 cottage
3 luxurious
1
4 B&B
4 collision
The speaker describes the graph in a lot of detail
5 youth hostel
5 arrival
without attempting to interpret the data or to
6 twin room
6 relaxation
link them with the general theme.
7 suite
CZYTANIE
3
3
1 c
2
1 unattended
2 a
1 1 billion
2 vacancies, booked
3 b
2 1.9%
3 delayed
4 e
3 241m
4 call
5 h
4 251m
5 vacate
6 g
5 10
6 facilities
7 f
travelling by air: 1, 3, 4; staying in a hotel: 2, 5, 6.
3 (M)
8 d
4
1 D
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2 A
A
3 C
1
1 Allen keys
4 D
Satisfied customer, dissatisfied customer,
2 pump
5 C
satisfactory service, unsatisfactory service, to
3 inner tube
express satisfaction
4 light
4
5 saddle
1 car rental
2
6 frame
2 commuter
1 dissatisfied
7 gears
3 pedestrian-friendly
2 dissatisfaction
8 chain
4 freeway, motorway, expressway
3 satisfactory
9 handlebar
5 traffic congestion
4 satisfaction
10 brake
5 satisfied
11 water bottle
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6 unsatisfactory
12 pedal
2
3 (M)
13 spoke
(Suggested answers)
14 tyre
1 faulty
2 red
B
2 proof
3 blue
1 pump up
3 dissatisfied
4 immediately / passenger alarm
2 tighten
4 replacement
1 F (700 police officers, not 7,000)
3 oil
5 unsatisfactory
2 F (the green button, not the red one)
4 remove
6 complaint
3 T
5 fix, patching
4 F (The train won’t always stop immediately)
PISANIE
6 adjust
3 (M)
2
5
1 F
The style is too informal.
1 Check that your seat and headrest are in the
2 T
3
right position.
3 F
2 Adjust the mirrors and fasten your seatbelts.
(Suggested answers)
4 F
3 Make sure the gear is in neutral.
contractions: haven’t, what’s; words/phrases
5 T
4 Switch on the ignition and start the engine.
which produce an aggressive tone: stupid,
5 Press the clutch and put the car in gear.
MÓWIENIE
crappy; colloquial uses of the verb get: get
6 Take the handbrake off and gradually release
their parents to spend, get real y naught; strong
1a
the clutch.
intensifiers: total y, real y; other colloquial
(Sample answers)
7 Press the accelerator.
words or phrases: supercool, they haven’t a clue.
All these visuals have to do with the impact of
8 Drive safely!
tourism on the environment and on historic
4
6
monuments.
Children watch all those stupid commercials on
1 trip
All these visuals are related to the topic of different
TV, in which mass-produced pink plastic toys look
2 tour
ways of travel ing.
attractive and total y magical, and they believe
3 voyage
1b
what they see. They do not realise they are being
4 expedition
(Sample answers)
used by great corporations to persuade their
5 excursion
Both photos show people travel ing.
parents to spend their hard-earned money.
6 journey
The graph il ustrates the phenomenon mentioned
What is more, when children start desiring the
in the first extract: the rapidly increasing number
things they see in the ads, they can become badly-
7
of tourists.
behaved …
1 off
The people in the first photo are tired and stressed
2 off/out
7 Podróżowanie i turystyka
out by waiting in the crowded environment of an
3 out
airport, while, in contrast, in the second photo the
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4 for
people are out in the fresh air, walking at their own
5 up
1
pace and enjoying themselves.
6 over
Rail travel: E, H, C
The website extract refers to the same theme as the
7 out
Sea travel: I, B, K
photo: the disadvantages of air travel, for example,
8 up
Road travel: G, A, L
airport delays.
9 in
Air travel: D, J, F
In the photos, we can see the results of the
10 off
increasing numbers tourists.
11 down
12 up
6

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4
9 B, C
1
1 features
10 A
1 c
2 edited
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2 a
3 set
3 b
4 appears
2 (M)
4 d
5 shoot
1 C
6 released
2 D
2
7 based
3 B
1 had
4 A
2 wouldn’t have spent
5
5 C
3 lived
1 symphonies
4 hadn’t left
2 concertos
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5 would travel
3 key
1
6 set off
4 score
1 A, B
7 had not been invented
5 bars
2 A, C
6 pitch
3 (M)
3 B, C
4 A, C
1 hadn’t forgotten her passport, we wouldn’t
6
5 A, C
have missed
1 easel
2 I had set out
2 sketch
2
3 see my cousin off
3 canvas
1 based on a true story/real events: oparty/a
4 wasn’t broken, he could / he would
4 palette
na prawdziwej historii/ prawdziwych
5 you book
5 brushes
wydarzeniach
6 model
2 the action is set / takes place: akcja jest
PISANIE
7 sculpture
osadzona / rozgrywa się
3
7
3 unconvincing: nieprzekonująca; far‒fetched:
1 was shining
1 f/subject
naciągana
2 was sitting
2 a/ technique
4 violent/brutal scenes: sceny przemocy /
3 admiring
3 e/ subject
brutalne sceny
4 opened
4 b/ subject
5 I liked: podobały mi się; I was impressed by…:
5 got out
5 d/technique
… zrobiły na mnie wrażenie
6 took
6 c/ subject
7 reached
3 (M)
8 had guided
8
1 unconvincing / far-fetched
9 realised
1 curtain
2 I was most impressed by
10 had lost
2 stage
3 The action takes place / is set
11 began
3 orchestra pit
4 based on real events
4 box
5 too many violent scenes
4
5 gallery
1 had he lost (just possibly: did he lose); showed
MÓWIENIE
6 stalls
2 hadn’t lost, would never have discovered
7 aisle
4
3 would be telling / would tell
8 opera glasses
silence: a pair of lovers sitting together in silence;
someone saying something shocking.
8 Kultura
9
music: a song in a language you don’t know; opera
1 strip
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arias; noise music; religious music (Gregorian
2 tabloid, circulation
1
chant, Bach, Haendel’s Messiah)
3 channel
other art forms: surrealist paintings
1 opening
4 editorial
2 narrator
5 column
PISANIE
3 chapter
6 gossip
1
4 final
7 Quality
5 plot
a
8 coverage
6 characters
1 Basic information about the work.
7 novel
10
2 Brief plot outline.
8 Prize
1 novelist
3 Analysis of the strong and / or week points of
2 playwright
the work.
2
3 sculptor
4 Recommendation
1 verse/stanza
4 cartoonist
b
2 simile
5 cinematographer
1 the author
3 rhyme
6 stuntmen
2 the title
4 line
7 choreographer
3 the genre
5 personification
8 violinist, conductor, musician
c
6 hyperbole
are, sends, is mistrusted, is regarded, is imprisoned,
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makes
3
2 (M)
Present Simple is used to summarise the plot.
1 e
1 B
d
2 c
2 D
The author’s imagination:
3 g
3 C, D
The author’s astounding imagination, supported
4 b
4 A
by her knowledge of cultural anthropology, has
5 f
5 B, C
created a reality that not only entertains us, but
6 a
6 A, D
also makes us think.
7 d
7 B
LeGuin has constructed a rich and consistent
8 C
reality.
7

The plot:
7 relay / relay race
3 e
The tale is gripping, the storytel ing - superb.
4 c
The characters:
8
5 a
The characters inhabiting this world are multi-
a football
6 b
dimensional and psychological y convincing.
b basketball
The moral message of the book:
3 tennis
SŁUCHANIE
… challenges us to reflect on our own world and
9
1
our attitudes to people who are different from us.
1 c
They’re talking about golf.
e
2 d
1 complex
2 (M)
3 e
2 complexity
1 T
4 f
3 multi-dimensional
2 F
5 b
4 consistent
3 F
6 a
5 convincing
4 T
10
5 F
9 Zdrowie/Sport
1 a, b
4
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2 a, c
1 d
3 b, c
1
2 b
4 a, b
1 d
3 a
5 a, c
2 e
4 e
6 b, c
3 a
5 c
4 b
11
MÓWIENIE
5 c
1 allergic
2 recovery
1‒2
2
3 injury
(Students’ own answers.)
1 wounded
4 athlete
2 injured
5 skiers
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3 recovered
6 cyclist
1
4 cured
7 achievements
1 to listen
5 treating
2 that the game had been postponed
6 heal
CZYTANIE
3 going
3
1
4 that he’d touched 5 to bring
1 cast
1 since
2
2 crutches
2 after
1 claim, explain, deny
3 stitches
3 which
2 inform, remind, warn
4 bandage
4 thanks to
3 offer, refuse (also: claim)
5 sling
2
4 encourage, remind, warn
6 scar
Which or that can be crossed out in sentences 1,
5 suggest (also: encourage)
4
2 and 5.
3 (M)
1 cough
3
1 (that) they’d lost the match
2 earache
1 B
2 to help the student find
3 eye
2 D
3 the footballer not to start playing / that he
4 stomach
3 A
shouldn’t start playing
5 lungs
4 C
4 us that the flu vaccination was
6 lung
5 going to the match
7 head
4 (M)
8 smoking
1 E
PISANIE
9 rash
2 C
2
10 neck and face
3 G
Extract 1 comes from a story and 2 from
4 A
5
a description.
5 D
1 e
6 F
3
2 a
visual description: spectacular fireworks, a
3 c
5
parade of characters from Greek mythology and
4 d
1 Because she has won 17 gold medals, three
people dressed as ancient statues, gliding and
5 b
silvers and two bronzes in five consecutive
dancing through the stadium
Winter Olympics.
6
sounds: evocative music, hearing the Polish
2 They were first organised as part of a program
1 c
national anthem
of rehabilitation through sport for injured
2 d
adjectives used to evaluate: spel bound,
WW2 soldiers. 3 The name was coined from
3 f
impressed, vivid, elegant, imaginative
the words ‘paraplegic’ and ‘Olympics’, but can
4 e
also be interpreted as derived from the Greek
5 a
10 Nauka i technika
‘pará’- ‘alongside’ and ‘Olympics’.
6 c
4 Some of their results are better than those of
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7
their able-bodied counterparts.
1
1 archery
5 Because the Spanish team attempted to
Astronomy: orbit, solar system, universe
2 rowing
introduce players who were not disabled in
Biology: cel , organ, species
3 pole vault
that category.
Chemistry: compound, element, molecule
4 high jump
6
Mathematics: coordinate system, equation,
5 long jump
variable
1 f
6 javelin
Physics: elementary particle, gravity, velocity
2 d
8

2
8
2 B
Astronomy
1 world wide web
3 B
1 solar system
2 hypertext transfer protocol
4 D
2 orbit
3 random access memory
5 A
3 universe
4 digital versatile disc (also: digital video disc)
6 A
Biology
5 liquid crystal display
4 cell
6 local area network
MÓWIENIE
5 species
7 universal serial bus
2
6 organs
Finding information online:
Chemistry
9
– the entrance requirements of a university
7 elements
1 addition
– how to get a passport
8 compound
2 subtract
– whether a book you need is available and where.
9 molecule
3 multiplication
Communicating with the people you love:
Mathematics
4 divide
– In the past - letters and long-distance phone
10 equations
10
calls;
11 variable
1 mathematician
– now - email, chat, video cal s.
12 coordinate system
2 chemist
People getting organised:
Physics
3 physicist
– a support group for people with a rare il ness
13 Gravity
4 archaeologist
even and their families;
14 velocity
5 psychologist
– help for victims of natural disasters.
15 elementary particle
Free speech:
– Governments can’t stop people sharing
3
CZYTANIE
information/ expressing their views.
verbs: 1, 3, 6, 7, 10, 12, 14
2 (M)
Bad uses of the Internet:
nouns: 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 13
1 D
– opinions posted on websites - rude, aggressive,
1 formulated 2 factor
2 B
racist, homophobic, insensitive;
3 investigating (also possible: analysing)
3 C, D
– illegal activities:
4 research
4 A
• scams,
5 records
5 A, B
• pornography, including child pornography.
6 collaborating
6 B
• advice on how to build bombs;
7 analysed
7 D
– terrorists can use the Internet to get organised.
8 group
8 C
9 experiments
9 C
3
10 confirmed
3
The examiner asks about child pornography and
11 evidence
terrorism. The student responds to the examiner’s
A correlation
12 published
concern by explaining she did not mean to imply
B unclear
13 link
that those phenomena were acceptable. She
C found
14 reject
condemns those crimes and makes an additional
D claim
point about government spending on weapons
4
SŁUCHANIE
versus crime prevention.
1 i
2 h
1
4
3 d
Biology: predator, sexual reproduction, the
4 f
structure of DNA
PISANIE
5 b
Chemistry: nitric acid, reaction, test tube
1
6 g
Astronomy: red giant, white dwarf, light year
technology
7 e
Engineering: jet engine, gas tank
danger
8 a
2 (M)
9 c
3
1 C
1 e
5
2 D
2 d
1 adapter
3 E
3 f
2 electric shaver
4 B
4 b
3 hairdryer
5 a
4 light bulb
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6 c
5 plug
1
6 socket
A
11 Świat przyrody
1 at the age
6
2 of age
SŁOWNICTWO
1 sockets
3 in the age
1
2 hairdryer
4 aged
1 peninsula
3 electric shaver
B
2 range, peak
4 plug
1 turned out
3 lake
5 adapter
2 found out
4 island
6 bulb
3 turned up
5 coastline
7
4 came up
6 Gulf
1 peripherals
C
7 Bay
2 resolution
1 disapproval
8 Cape
3 shortcuts
2 distaste
4 extension
3 disappointment
5 responding
4 disagreement
6 memory stick
2 (M)
7 inbox
1 C
9

2
5 cycle
8
6 logging
mild/light
extreme
1 c
7 plant
2 b
Rain
drizzle
downpour
8 renewable
3 a
Wind
breeze
gale
CZYTANIE
MÓWIENIE
hurricane
1
1
Fog
mist
1 however
1 change
2 otherwise
Cloudy (sky/day) overcast
2 disputed
3 because
3 in
Hot (weather)
scorching
2
4 disastrous
a heatwave
5 threats
1 B
6 implement
2 C
3
7 policies
3 A
1 thick
8 emissions
2 light
3 (M)
9 pressure
3 heavy
1 E
10 make
4 strong
2 A
PISANIE
5 sleet
3 B
6 snowstorm
4 F
c
5 C
One of the most 6beautiful places in Poland is
4
Słowiński National Park. It is located in the north-
1 oak
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west of the country, on the Baltic coast. I have very
2 maple
1
fond memories of that area, as 4I was going there
3 pine
1 to
every summer when I was a child. 8It’s scenery is
4 spruce
2 have
spectacular. There are dunes of incredibly pure,
5 birch
3 who
white sand, which give the landscape a fantastic
6 horse chestnut
3 a
appearance. There are lakes so close to the 9sea,
that sea water gets into them whenever there is a

5
5 more
storm.
1 snowdrop
2
It is a perfect place for people 2which enjoy walking,
2 daffodil
1 c
7takeing photos, and especial y birdwatching. With
3 tulip
2 b
over 260 bird species, the area is a birdwatchers’
4 daisy
3 e
paradise. You 5also can walk up Rowokół hil , which
5 pansy
4 a
is not very high, but there is a viewing tower on top
6 lily of the valley
5 d
of it from which you can see a panorama of the
7 forget-me-not
surrounding area.
8 heather
3 (M)
If you are also interested in man-made landscape
1 in
6
elements, I recommend a walk to 1old lighthouse
2 been
1 swan
in the small village of Czołpino. Several years ago it
3 most
2 seagull
was closed for repairs, but since last summer 3it is
4 which
3 sparrow
open again.
5 the
4 great tit
6 to
d
5 magpie
1 the old lighthouse
6 raven
SŁUCHANIE
2 who
7
2
3 it has been
1 breed
1 C
4 I used to go
2 mating
2 D
5 can also
3 nests
6 beautiful
3
4 lay
7 taking
1 with a book, thinking, waste of time
5 hatch
8 Its
2 best, buy less, consume less
6 young
9 sea that
7 feed
4
8 graze
1 someone else’s opinion: answer D (People ask
12 Państwo i społeczeństwo
9 hunt
me: ‘Don’t you value your time?)’ something the
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10 migrate
speaker says about a different form of travel:
1
11 hibernate
answer B (When I cycle, I listen to my IPod)
1 pass
2 actions the speaker mentions, but not as the
8
2 approve
best way: answers A, B, C .
1 g
3 implement
2 a
5 (M)
4 administer
3 d
1 C
5 represent
4 f
2 A
6 interpret
5 b
3 A
7 for resolving
6 e
4 C
2
7 c
5 C
a
9
7
1 equal
1 recycling
1 renewable energies
2 rights
2 conserve
2 carbon neutral
3 liberty
3 vegetarian
3 wind turbines
4 happiness
4 carbon
4 solar panels
10

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