Angielski gramatyka ćwiczenie 1 matura maj 2019 – Rozumienie wypowiedzi – Struktury gramatyczno-leksykalne – „nowa” matura.
Zadanie 7 – struktury gramatyczno-leksykalne – rozumienie wypowiedzi.
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A REALLY EXPENSIVE PIECE OF ART
When amateur sculptor Andrew Vickers found a pile of old comics in a rubbish container,
he threw them into the back of his van, thinking he might read them later. 7.1. D|d() One day, when he was driving to Sheffield, he saw an advertisement for an amateur sculpture competition
and decided to take part in it. 7.2. A|a() But when he looked in his van, he realized he could use the comics to make his sculpture. The result was a papier-mache artwork, which he called Paperboy. It presented a young man running.
One of the visitors at the exhibition of the winning sculptures was Steve Eyre, the owner of a second-hand comic shop. The sculpture which drew his attention was Paperboy. 7.3. E|e() On the sculpture’s left leg he saw the cover of the first issue of the Avengers, published in 1963.
He knew this comic book was worth at least £10,000. Then he noticed six more comics that together would have been worth about £20,000!
adapted from www.yorkshirepost.co.uk
A. Unfortunately, Andrew had no money to buy material for his artwork.
B. They were useless for him so he got rid of them after a few weeks.
C. At that moment he found a way to solve the problem.
D. Completely forgotten, they travelled with him for months.
E. When he got closer to examine the figure in more detail, he couldn’t believe his eyes.