Angielski gramatyka 1 matura próbna grudzień 2014


Angielski gramatyka 1 matura próbna grudzień 2014 – Rozumienie wypowiedzi.

Zadanie 7 – struktury gramatyczno-leksykalne – rozumienie wypowiedzi.
Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto trzy zdania. Wpisz w luki 7.1.–7.3. litery, którymi
oznaczono brakujące zdania (A–E), tak aby otrzymać logiczny i spójny tekst.
Uwaga: dwa zdania zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnej luki.

JANE’S CAMPAIGN

One day Jane Fowler was driving home when a passenger in the car ahead of her threw a paper cup out of the window. Jane sounded the horn to give him a signal, but in response, he threw out something else – this time a plastic bag. At that point she decided to take action. 7.1. B|b() City officials agreed to print special posters and leaflets encouraging people to change their habits.

Jane also started chatting about the problem with the people living next door. Soon, she noticed local families picking up litter. 7.2. E|e() She chose a different street every weekend and she didn’t stop there. She talked to people in the street, in parks and in shopping centres. Over a few weeks she spoke to about one thousand people. She also contacted some local schools.

7.3. A|a() Encouraged by their reaction, she continues to explore every opportunity to get the message out. ‘The more we talk about it, the faster we can make a change,’ is her motto.

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A. To her surprise, the young people learning there got involved as well.
B. With the help of the local government, she started a clean-up campaign.
C. She couldn’t understand why the local authorities were against it.
D. Besides, nobody wanted to help her in organising the campaign.
E. The neighbours’ reaction motivated her to knock on more doors.

 



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