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1 Studium Języków Obcych ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAM LEVEL A2 (Name and surname) (Faculty/field of study) 1

2 I. Read the text. Are sentences 1 to 5 True (T) or Folse (F)? Studium Języków Obcych GAELIC FOOTBALL The Irish play football, and they are good at rugby, but they also play Gaelic football. This kind of football comes from a traditional Irish game. Gaelic football is an exciting game. It has elements of football and rugby. You play it with a round ball, like football, but the players can use their hands. There are strict rules. The players can touch the ball, but they are not allowed to throw it. They have to pass the ball from hand to hand to other players. They also have to bounce or kick it when they run with it. They have to score goals to get points for their team. In Gaelic football the players do not wear special clothes. They put on shorts, T-shirts and trainers, but they don t need any special equipment like helmets or gloves. To play the game they don t use sticks, bats or rackets. They just need a ball. The first international tournament took place in 1886 in Ireland. However, today Gaelic football is quite popular in the USA and Australia. 1) The Irish are good rugby players. T/F 2) Gaelic football is a combination of football and rugby. T/F 3) The players can t touch the ball with their hands. T/F 4) The players wear helmets. T/F 5) Gaelic football is not popular in America. T/F II. Read the article and choose the right answer A, B, or C. THE LIFE OF GEORGE ORWELL George Orwell was born in India in When he was four years old, his mother took him and his sister back to England but his father stayed in India. In England, the young boy had a private teacher but it was difficult for his parents to find the money to pay for it. He was lucky later - when he was thirteen he won a scholarship to Eton College but he was not a very good student. He always thought of becoming a writer. When he was eleven, he wrote a poem about World War l. This poem was very good and it appeared in a local newspaper. George had a difficult but interesting life. For a long time he couldn t find a well-paid job. He lived in Paris and London but he didn t have much money and had to stay in poor parts of these cities. In London he even lived in the street for some time. These years helped him to write his first book called Down and Out in Paris and London, published in In 1936 George went to Spain to write for newspapers about the Civil War. Three years later he wanted to join the army to fight in World War ll but he was very ill and couldn t become a soldier. He decided to work for the BBC and in 1945 he published Animal Farm. After the war he moved to Scotland where he wrote his final book, Nineteen Eighty- Four. He died in London in He was only forty-seven. 2

3 1. Where is George Orwell s place of birth? A) England B) India C) Spain 2. Where did he study when he was thirteen? A) at a private school B) at home C) at a college 3. What did he want to be? A) an author B) a soldier C) a teacher 4. Why didn t he join the army during World War ll? A) Because he moved to Scotland. B) Because he got sick. C) Because he was busy with his final book. 5. What happened in 1945? A) Orwell published his first poem. B) People could read Orwell s Animal Farm. C) Orwell wrote his first articles about the Civil War in Spain. Studium Języków Obcych III. Read the text. Match these explanations to the words and expressions in italics in the text. Look at the example: a place where you can buy petrol for your car = petrol station CITYBUG ELECTRIC SCOOTER Commuting in big cities is getting more and more difficult. You can t park cars. Buses are slow. Trains are expensive and crowded. What can you do? Cycling is the answer for many people. It is great if your city streets are flat and you are fit and have lots of energy. But many people get tired and it s really hard to cycle up hills. So, if you want to find an easy way to commute and you don t have a lot of energy, try the Citybug electric scooter. The Citybug has an electric engine with a top speed of 14 miles per hour ( 22 kilometres per hour ). It loves going up hills. Because the Citybug is electric you don t need to go to the petrol station! You just connect the Citybug to the electicity in your house for one or two hours. So it s very cheap. 3

4 Studium Języków Obcych Riding the Citybug is easy, but the seat and wheels are small, so it isn t very comfortable. Of course it isn t fast, and it weights 21 kg so it is quite heavy. But it is easy to park and you don t need a driving licence, so adults and children can use it. 1. join two things together = 2. the fastest = 3. very good = 4. people over 18 = 5. small mountains = IV. Answer each question with two sentences. Use full sentences. There is an example for you 0) What are you interested in? I m interested in history, jazz music and team sports. I know a lot about NBA and basketball stars. What did you have for dinner yesterday? 1) What are you doing tonight? 2) When do you usually do shopping? What do you like buying? 3) What did you like doing as a child? 4) What do you usually wear? 5) How many countries have you visited so far? What was interesting about them? 6) What was the weather like yesterday? 7) What is your biggest dream? 8) What does your girlfriend/boyfriend look like? 9) What is your favourite season of the year and why? 4

5 USE OF ENGLISH Studium Języków Obcych V. Write the dates, numbers and times in words. There are some examples at the beginning. 11/05 the eleventh of May 83 eighty-three 5.45 quarter to six / five forty-five 1) 4/07= 2) 23/03= 3) 9/11= 4) 167= 5) 10.25= VI. Complete the sentences with the right preposition. Use each preposition once only. There is one extra you don t need. at, for, to, in, on, by 1. I ll arrive Wroclaw next week. 2. Let s meet the weekend. 3. The bank is the right. 4. It s next the stadium. 5. We are here few days. VII. Complete the following sentences with a word that is opposite in meaning to the underlined one. Choose from the words below. There is an example for you. behind, far, unfurnished, hardly ever, light, single, country, bottom, last, future, shallow, always, after, worse, adult, nobody 0) Everybody likes Janet, but nobody likes John. 1) He often goes to the cinema but he goes to the theatre. 2) Are you married or? 3) The river is deep here, but it s over there. 4) Is your wife better now, Mr. Johnson? No, I m afraid she is a lot. 5) I ll pick up the heavy suitcase and you pick up the one. 6) Did you meet your husband before or you left university? 7) Are you looking for a furnished flat? No, I m looking for an one, actually. 8) Sally lives in town in the winter and in the in the summer. 5

6 Studium Języków Obcych 9) Is the opera in front of or the bank? 10) Our house is near the school- not from the library. 11) Tom never gets up before 9.30 so I am not surprised that he is late for work. 12) I came first in the class in Biology but in English. 13) We know what happened in the past, but we can never tell what will happen in the. 14) Now when I m an I can go to the pub and drink beer. 15) Do the exercise at the top of page 47 first, then the one at the of page 48. VIII. Circle A, B, or C. 1. Where from? A) she is B) are she C) is she 2. What s? A) those B) that C) these 3. My friends any foreign languages. A) doesn t speak B) don t speak C) not speak 4. What do next summer? A) you are going B) are you going C) are you going to 5. Is he your? A) sisters boyfriend B) boyfriend s sister C) sister s boyfriend 6. Have you ever London? A) been B) be to C) been to 7. see a film tonight? A) Would you like B) Do you like C) Would you to 8. I ski very well. A) don t can B) can t to C) can t 9. Andrew is person in the class. A) the taller B) the tallest C) the most tall 10. I like your. A) hairstyle new B) news hairstyle C) new hairstyle 11. A Is that Anna s house? B No, is at the end of the road. A) her B) she s C) hers 12. A Where s mother? B She is in the kitchen. She the dinner. A) makes B) making C) is making 6

7 Studium Języków Obcych 13. Students don t like late at night. A) studying B) studing C) to study 14. My father TV. A) never watches B) watches never C) never watch 15. The lesson at p.m. A) finish B) finishs C) finishes IX. Complete the sentences. There is an example for you. 0) How often do you go to the cinema? 1) She is German. name is Sabine. 2) That s my pen. Give it to. 3) How many people there in your class? 4) Her English is very good. She speaks English very. 5) Is there milk in the fridge? 6) Where he born? 7) How coffee does she drink a day? 8) A We went to the theatre yesterday. B What play you see? 9) What do you get up every day? 10) I can t talk now. I call you back in 5 minutes. X. Write the missing word. There is an example. 0) go- went; buy - bought 1) Russia - Russian; Spain- 2) 10 - ten; 30-3) Father - son; mother- 4) 1 st - first; 4 th - 5) February, - March; May- 6) Get - got; catch- 7) Oranges - fruit; onions- 8) Act - actor; music- 9) Expansive - cheap; dangerous- 7

8 XI. Write the missing verb. There is an example. Studium Języków Obcych 0) make a cake 1) your housework 2) the guitar 3) to bed early 4) a good time 5) clothes, glasses 6) a shower 7) a song 8) dressed 9) a pizza for dinner 10) for the train XII. Complete with one word. There is an example. 0) He is a pilot. He flies planes. 1) You are in room 109. Here is your. 2) Your glasses aren t clean. They are very. 3) You can buy aspirins or vitamins in a. 4) I always put my car in the. I don t leave it in the street. 5) You can buy stamps and send letters in the. 6) A Thank you very much. B You are. 8

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