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<quiz>
 
1. Greg studies
 
1. Greg studies
<rightoption>mathematics</rightoption>
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:<rightoption>mathematics</rightoption>
<wrongoption>chemistry</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>chemistry</wrongoption>
<wrongoption>history</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>history</wrongoption>
 
</quiz>
 
</quiz>
  
 
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<quiz>
 
2. Jennifer studies
 
2. Jennifer studies
<wrongoption>mathematics</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>mathematics</wrongoption>
<wrongoption>chemistry</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>chemistry</wrongoption>
<rightoption>history</rightoption>
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:<rightoption>history</rightoption>
 
</quiz>
 
</quiz>
  
 
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3. Greg is a(n) …………… student.
 
3. Greg is a(n) …………… student.
<wrongoption>undergraduate</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>undergraduate</wrongoption>
<rightoption>graduate</rightoption>
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:<rightoption>graduate</rightoption>
<wrongoption>doctoral</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>doctoral</wrongoption>
 
</quiz>
 
</quiz>
  
 
<quiz>
 
<quiz>
 
4. Jennifer is a(n) …………… student.
 
4. Jennifer is a(n) …………… student.
<rightoption>undergraduate</rightoption>
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:<rightoption>undergraduate</rightoption>
<wrongoption>graduate</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>graduate</wrongoption>
<wrongoption>doctoral</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>doctoral</wrongoption>
 
</quiz>
 
</quiz>
  
 
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5. It turns out that
 
5. It turns out that
<wrongoption>Jennifer wants to do her next degree somewhere else, but Greg wants to stay.</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>Jennifer wants to do her next degree somewhere else, but Greg wants to stay.</wrongoption>
<wrongoption>Greg wants to do his next degree somewhere else, but Jennifer wants to stay.</wrongoption>
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:<wrongoption>Greg wants to do his next degree somewhere else, but Jennifer wants to stay.</wrongoption>
<rightoption>They both want to do their next degrees somewhere else.</rightoption>
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:<rightoption>They both want to do their next degrees somewhere else.</rightoption>
 
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LISTENING

5 points


Listen to this conversation between Greg and Jennifer and answer the questions.

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1. Greg studies

mathematics

chemistry

history

2. Jennifer studies

mathematics

chemistry

history

3. Greg is a(n) …………… student.

undergraduate

graduate

doctoral

4. Jennifer is a(n) …………… student.

undergraduate

graduate

doctoral

5. It turns out that

Jennifer wants to do her next degree somewhere else, but Greg wants to stay.

Greg wants to do his next degree somewhere else, but Jennifer wants to stay.

They both want to do their next degrees somewhere else.

READING

5 points


Read the text. The sentences in the boxes were removed from the text. Can you decide which sentence goes where?

A. The intensity of the light which can be produced in this way depends on the size and power of the flash unit.

B. He was a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

C. There are also large flash units used in studios that can be plugged into an electric wall socket.


When it is too dark to take a picture with a camera in natural light, photographers need to have an additional source of light. The device which is used to produce artificial light for this purpose is called an electronic flash unit, commonly called a flash. The electronic flash unit was invented by an American engineer Harold Eugene Edgerton. 1.............................................................................................................................................. .

Some flash units are small and built into cameras. Some are battery-powered and can be mounted on the camera when needed. 2.............................................................................................................................................. .

An electronic flash unit consists of a glass quartz tube which is filled with gas (most usually, xenon), with electrodes at both ends. When electricity reaches the tube, the gas produces an intense burst of light that lasts for a very short time, for example, for 1/1000 or 1/5000 of a second. 3..........................................................................................................................................


  • Ćwiczenie 2 aqm


USE OF ENGLISH

20 points


  • Ćwiczenie 3 aqm
  • Ćwiczenie 4 aqm
  • Ćwiczenie 5 aqm
  • Ćwiczenie 6 aqm


FUNCTIONS

5 points


Imagine somebody is talking too fast about something very complicated. Write down three phrases you can use to ask for clarification.

Could you......?

Could you......?

Could you......?


Your friend’s discman (portable CD player) is not playing music. Make two suggestions about what the problem could be.

Maybe.... ?

Maybe.... ?

WRITING

15 points

Write 150-170 words on one of these topics.


1. Describe the Polish educational system briefly.

2. Would you ever consider doing a distance learning program at a British or American university? Why / why not?


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