Angielski czytanie ćwiczenie 2 matura maj 2015 –
drugie ćwiczenie na rozumienie tekstu czytanego. Reading 2 „nowa” matura.
Zadanie 5. – czytanie ćwiczenie 2
Przeczytaj trzy teksty związane ze sztuką. Z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą,
zgodną z treścią tekstu. Zaznacz literę A, B albo C.
adapted from www.timeforkids.com
Are you good at preparing healthy meals? Would you like to visit the White House? If you answered “yes” to both questions, then you should enter the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge. The contest invites teens aged 14 to 18 from across the country to come up with lunch recipes that are both tasty and healthy. The authors of the best recipes, one from each state, will be invited to meet the chef who prepares the President’s meals in the White House. The winner will also have the opportunity to run a restaurant in Washington for a day. It’s a great chance for you! Send the application today!
5.1. The author of the text
(encourages teenagers to take part in a competition. ) (!gives teenagers instructions on preparing a meal. ) (!invites teenagers to have dinner in the White House.)
adapted from www.culinate.com
Ora loved cooking. She preferred to be alone in the kitchen and made it clear that the meals she cooked for our family were her business, and nobody else’s. Grandmother hated her. “The woman is ruining you,” she told our Mother. But the bills were no larger, which our Mother knew well. “The kids will be sick,” Grandmother remarked severely. But we were healthier than ever. We watched every plate Ora served and exclaimed in delight, “It smells so nice! How tasty it is!” “The kids’ table manners are getting worse,” Grandmother observed. And that was true if you believed, as she was taught to believe, that food should be consumed without any sign of joy.
5.2. From the text, we learn that Ora
(!liked to prepare meals with the kids.) (!spent too much money on food) (made food the kids enjoyed.)
adapted from www.web.orange.co.uk
AN ARTIST’S IDEA
David Meldrum, a graphic designer, has painted every meal he’s consumed for a year. His project shows cuisine ranging from fast food delivered in plastic trays to his mother’s homemade dishes. Mr. Meldrum used acrylic paints, watercolours, pen and ink to make the pictures, which also include everything he drank with his food. And the result is a shockingly honest portrait of his eating habits, with 1360 cups of coffee and hundreds of chocolate bars.
5.3. The text describes an unusual way of
(!changing bad eating habits.) (documenting one’s meals.) (!preparing food in an artistic way.)