Could you give me some advice? What kind of job do you offer? How can I help you with the party? Do you make a shopping list when you go shopping? When can you repair the heating failure?
When can you repair it? When can you fix it? Do you know what film I can see there? Are extreme sports popular with your friends? Could you bring me some painkillers? Have you got some pills?
How much is this CD player? Are you glad about the fact that Poland is a member of the European Union? Are you content with that? How do you usually spend Thanksgiving Day? Would you like to try some traditional Polish dishes? Jedna wystarczy.
Otrzymujesz punkt. I have a fever. I took my temperature in the morning and it was very high. Since Monday. Last week. To nie to samo. Well, go straight on until you get to the traffic lights. Then turn left into Cambell Street. Take second right, go past the bank and the department store is on your left.
Taka sytuacja jest najbardziej prawdopodobna. Powiedz: I think you should answer the letter. If I were you, I would do that. I think you should buy him a book. I know he loves reading.
I prefer doing sth to doing sth I prefer playing tennis to playing golf. I prefer coffee to tea. So you want to buy a city map. OK, let me see The flat must be cheap and near the city centre. I think you should come to Poland. Working abroad is a good way to gain valuable experience. My favourite way of spending my free time is playing computer games. It makes me feel so relaxed. I bought this CD player here yesterday. I would like to book a single room for three days. From the first to the third of July.
I will be staying from the first to the third of July. I have a terrible headache. My leg hurts, sorry. You can use my computer and send the photos by e-mail. Send the photos as attachment. It snows and the average temperature is minus five degrees. You should contact the police immediately. I think you should see the famous Big Ben and Tower Bridge. They are both the international symbols of London. Otrzymasz zatem punkt. Natomiast pytanie:. Rozmowa A Z: I want to rent a room From the second to tenth in May.
E: Certainly. We have a lot of rooms to choose from. Where exactly would you like to rent the room? Z: I look for a room near city centre.
E: I see. Well, there is a very nice flat quite near the city centre. Z: And the bus Well, I will have to go by bus I want to know if near the flat is a place where buses stop? E: Yes, there is a bus stop nearby. Z: Hello. E: Hello. Can I help you? Any requirements? Z: Only one. I need the flat to be near the city centre. There is a nice flat at 27 Park Lane.
The city centre is only twenty-minute walk away. Z: It suit me very well. One more thing. Could you tell me if there is a bus stop near the flat? E: Let me see Rozmowa A Z: What do you think about the film? Did you like it? E: Not really. In fact, I hate action films. The acting was poor, you know. And the seats They were so uncomfortable. And what about comedies?
I love watch comedies. There is a new one on at the Odeon cinema. Shall we see it? E: Sounds great. Rozmowa B Z: Did you like the film? The acting was poor. Z: The cinema is big and modern. Z: What kind of films do you like best? E: I love thrillers. E: Can I help you? We have the book in stock. Z: Could you tell me how long it will take you to meet the order?
E: It usually takes twenty-four hours. Z: I see. One more question. E: Yes, you can do it within one week. Z: I want to buy a vase. It has catalogue number Z: When I will get the vase? E: It usually takes us two days to fulfil the order. Z: If I will not like the vase, can I send the vase back and get back my money? Z: Yes I order something. E: OK. What would you like to order? Z: Yes. E: What information do you need? Z: OK. E: Go ahead. Z: I not like order Nie wiem Give my money.
Opisz to miejsce! What time. It was raining heavily. I was walking along an empty street. Suddenly I heard a strange noise. I had never been to London before. I had never seen such a man before. I had never done the shopping there before. He looked at me and asked what I was doing. She told me to come later. He told me not to leave the room.
They asked me to bring all documents. They asked me not to open the window. Something interesting happened to me last year. At first, After that, In the end, And do you know what he told me? And do you know what they did? I wiesz, co zrobili? Can you imagine that? Would you believe it? I went to the nearst police station and reported the theft.
Something horrible happened to me when I was at the station yesterday. Someone stole my bag! Can you imagine that?! I had two books, a jacket and a street map in the bag. They told me to be more careful. When I was buying a ticket I put my bag on the floor. And then someone stole it! Of course I called the police. They came after a few minutes. One of them was about fifty. He was tall and well built. His partner was much younger. He seemed to be in his late twe nties.
They both looked tired and bored. The place was very crowded and noisy. It was a black, leather bag. My favourite one. I was shocked! He seemed to be in his late twenties.
And then I hit on a great idea. Worse was to come. At first I felt suprised. W takiej sytuacji sam zdecyduj, czy omawiane zdarzenia potraktujesz jako przyjemne, czy nieprzyjemne. I offered to help. She seemed to be really moved by my readiness to help. It was pleasantly warm and the sun was shining. I will never forget his smiling face. The man was breaking into my house! Zadanie 2 1. I asked for help a passerby.
The man was very kind and he knew the city. Suddenly I saw a man near my front door. One of the policemen wanted to talk to me. I finally managed to find him. They were Italian. They seemed to be nervous and they behaving very strangely. The firefighters rescued us. W were safe.
We were desperately trying to find some help. Wykorzystaj to. Pod wypowiedziami znajdziesz komentarz i dwie oceny. Jeszcze raz przypominam: ocena ta wystawiana jest zbiorczo za wszystkie zadania egzaminacyjne. Relacjonujesz zdarzenia swemu znajomemu. His name Robert. It was his birthday party E: Did you buy him a present? Z: Yes, I buyed him a book. I know that he like reading. The party was OK. We danced and listened music. The party finished about midnight. Everybody were happy.
Z: Yesterday my friend had his eighteenth birthday party. He decided to have the party in his garden. And he was right The weather was just perfect. It was pleasantly warm and a gentle breeze was blowing. There were a few large trees which offered us shade.
I know Robert very well so I knew what to buy him. E: Really? So what did you buy? Z: Well, he loves reading so I bought him a book A special one. It was new book by Robert Wells and I knew he wanted to have it. He looked very satisfied with my present And how was the party?
Z: Well, at first we just listend to music and talked. But after an hour the atmosphere was very relaxed and informal. While the guests were dancing, I and Robert started to grill some sausages. They were really delicious. The party finish about midnight. We all had a wonderful time.
Z: Something funny happend to me last week. I went for a trip. It was a three-day school trip to Cracow. I went for the trip because all my class did and, well, I like go for trips. I had never been in Cracow before so I thought that I should go. And how was the trip?
Z: Well, it was great. When we started our trip, the weather was lovely. We went by bus. Some of us had the guitars so we were singing songs and telling jokes, you know We were having much fun. And do you know what happened then? We realized that one of our teachers is not with us. Do you believe it? E: And what was your reaction? Z: Well, we burst out laughing.
It was our geography teacher who was missing. We tried to call her but we could only hear a message that the number is not available. Ou teachers decided come back. E: And? Z: When we come back, we saw her waiting for us in front of the school. She was very nervous. She talked with the other teachers, and after ten minutes we started our trip again. Z: Last week I went for a school trip. It lasted two days.
I like trips so I went. The trip was OK. We went in bus We got lost. It took us about hour to find the good way. It was funny Z: Well, we had good time, you know Z: Something terrible happened yesterday.
I was just leaving the cinema when I saw a car. It was going very fast. Too fast, I think. It was very cold and the road was icy. Suddenly the car skidded and hit into a tree. I run there to see what happened. The car was totally damaged. Fortunately, the driver was OK. E: He was lucky! When I got there, there was lot of people.
Most of them were just watching while others where trying to help the driver. One man called the police. They came in five minutes. Z: I saw a car accident yesterday. It was near the cinema. Two cars crashed. They went too fast. Z: Well, it was at night so there was no people in the street. I was in a hurry so I taked a taxi and went home. Uprzejmie zaproponuj We can cinema.
What about going to the cinema? Sounds fantastic. Brzmi fantastycznie. Czemu nie? Another time perhaps. No, thanks. I was just asking. And what about watching TV? In my opinion, Moim zdaniem. What do you think of his speech? Jestem tego samego zdania. I agree. To prawda, ale You may be right, but Jestem innego zdania. What a strange idea! What do you think of my idea?
He loves playing computer games. I want to make a complaint. Przeprosiny Tak mi przykro. Oto kilka z nich:. You must be kidding! Very well then. I agree on condition that Strasznie mi przykro. Jestem bardzo rozczarowany tym mieszkaniem. What about going to the cinema in the afternoon? I would appreciate it if you could leave your dog in the garden.
Would you like to invite your friends? Have you got any plans for tomorrow? Have you got any suggestions? In my opinion, we should The weather is very good in July. I realize that finding a date that suits us both is difficult but I know that July is also acceptable to you. Why not?
I can agree on condition that we take a bus which comes to London on Sunday evening. E: I think we should talk about our accommodation in Exeter. Z: Well, in my opinion, we could stay at a youth hostel. I mean young people from all over the world. Z: A hotel? Hotels are much too expensive.
You must remember that we are going to stay there for two weeks, not two nights. E: I think you are right. And what about renting a flat? Z: Sounds interesting. And it should be near the city centre. Yes, I like the idea very much. We should live in place where student live And young people Could you expl Z: A special hotel for students and young people. E: Now I know what you mean.
But hostels are usually very crowded. Hotel is very expensive. E: And what about renting a flat? Z: OK, but it must be not expensive. Would you like to go there in the afternoon? The restaurant is too far. Z: Not tasty?! Who told you that? I go there every Saturday and the food is just delicious. Z: Oh, I see. Well, I think we could stay at home and have fish and chips for dinner. Do you agree? E: In my opinion, the service is awful there. Z: No! Are Poles friendly 6.
What does healthy eating npean to you? Describe the principles, dt a healthy diet. What kinds of things do you associate the USA 7.
Advertisements lie. Do you agree that the main with? How are these things important to the aim of advertising is to trick, the customer? Rozmowy sterowane Uzyskiwanie i udzielanie informacji. John, this is Peter. MayI introduce PeterBlack? Peter, is thatyou? Givemea ring sometime! So, see you after the holidays. Good evening. How are you? Gdzie mieszkasz? See you on Monday. Hugh, classmate, school basketball team captain Jane: I don't think so.
Mike: We may have met at the college, then. Sam, friend from school, going to the cinema Jane: Oh, dear, I must be going, my class starts in 5. Jo, old friend - Pat, school friend Jane: Why not? I'm usually free on Saturday nights.
Nie zapomnij Well, 9. I really must go now. Wybierz najodpowiedniejsze Ania: Hi, Tomek. Odegraj Tomek: Have you written the essay for tomorrow? Ania: Not yet.
I have to do it tonight. Tomek: It took me hours! I started You meet your next-door neighbour in the street. You meet a classmate on a winter holiday 3. Start a conversation. You meet a friend from primary school, who you 4. At the bus station you meet your aunt, who lives group. Start a conversation with the person sitting in another town, her visit to your town next to you. You meet your head teacher in the street late 5. On holiday you meet an old friend whose family emigrated to Australia ten years ago.
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A: Could you tell me where I can find a police B: It leaves in 20 minutes from platform three. A: I wonder if you could help me. Where do the buses that go to minutes by taxi. A: Excuse me, where is the nearest post office? A: What is on at the local cinema this week? Six lessons per day on average. A: B: You can only smotfe in restricted smoking areas.
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Ile razy? The pedestrian wants to know if they can cross 2. Jaki jest cel twojej wizyty? The passenger wants to know how long the 6. Przygotuj te pytania po angielsku. Zmieniajcie 9. The customer from Poland wants to know if they can open an account and if they can exchange 1.
You are coming to the UK for the first time to learn Polish currency for American dollars. You are coming as a tourist with your class.
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A: Eric was supposed to be home an hour ago. A: Peter has had a very bad car accident. And it must have been very expensive. A: Mark has forgotten to take his suitcase. Where do you think he got the money from? A: John is all dirty and covered with oil. Why hasn't he come yet? In sport? I wasterrified that they would come back. I was scared stiff. II was scared to death.
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A: John and Mary are getting married in June. We went to the cemetery at midnight. A : Do you realise that milk can be harmful for some children? My cousin Mark! A: I have passed all my maths tests this year. This meat must be off. B: There is nothing to be scared of. The light will be repaired any minute. Things people are often afraid of: 5. We have a fantastic view from our balcony.
What shops and institutions are there near the school? Where are they situated? What adjectives can you use to describe them? What adjectives can you use to describe the area? Will you help me with this bag, please? Doyou think you could close the window? Doyou mind speakingmore slowly?
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Boy: Would you mind if I kissed you? Oh, dear, my watch is fast again. Passenger: Could I smoke during the take-off? Someone has just parked their car in a place reserved for the disabled.
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Zemsta upaja. On czy ona? Ale bardzo zgrabny. Zdecydowanie dobrze stworzony. Macho czy metroseksualizm? Nie ma echa — nie ma zbawienia. Od naszego pierwszego spotkania. W Kanie Galilejskiej. Pasujemy do siebie. Jak kot do marca. Nawet Atropos. Dobrze mi tutaj, przytulnie. Mam Ozyrysa. Ozyrys jest dla mnie dobry. Paczka stoi nierozpakowana.
Wy, Olimpijczycy, dziwnie okazujecie uczucia. Jako jedno. Kogo chcesz. Najwspanialsza impreza miasta miast! Hermes w ostatnim czasie prawie nie opuszcza ziemi. Pytam, bo w promocji jest Polska. Anus mundi. Brak danych. W sumie fajny kraj. Nie ma zbrodni i nie ma kary. Co to oznacza? I kontekst. Sam Lewiatan liczy sobie kilka staj. Z ewentualnymi przypisami. Nie umiem. Brzmi niedorzecznie, prawda? Niby o co? Nie jest zbyt bystry. Albo sercem? Nie ma nic przeciwko. To takie optymistyczne. Nie wiem za czym, po czym, dlaczego.
Czasem z nimi sypiam. No to tyle. Wracam do pracy. Moim zdaniem bomba. Przynajmniej kolorystyczna. Nie ma odwrotu. Oraz podniecenia. A refleksja? Jak komunia. Szeroka i wielopasmowa, praktycznie plac. Mormoni zwykle pochodzili z USA, przystojni i w parach. Co za ulica! Z wycieczki, w sensie. Sami Rosjanie i lesbijki. Taka karma. Taki turnus. Hurghada, cztery gwiazdki. Co za niefart. To chyba ekstrawagancja, bo na pewno nie elegancja.
Wzniesieni ponad powietrze. W kraju z promocji. To wszystko prawda. Moja ulubiona figura geometryczna to — w ostatnich stuleciach — linia prosta. Z jednej strony ja, z drugiej oblubieniec. Strach i podniecenie. Eros i Tanatos, Afro i Lucek. Bonnie i Clyde. Pogarda dla siebie i dla niego, pod wiatr cnotom.
Menu zaakceptowane, niebo rozpalone od plotek, podziemia poruszone. Pewien rodzaj tajemnicy. Po raz pierwszy tak bardzo jestem niecierpliwa. Jezus Chrystus, ksywka Ichtys.
Jestem bogiem, jedynym bogiem. Jestem pasterzem. Prawda, tak na marginesie, to ja. Nie czekamy. Nic spektakularnego. Cuda wykluczone. Jestem antropofilem. Kocham ludzi. A w istocie: beczki. Tak na marginesie. Jako rzeczownik bywam odczasownikowe.
Wtedy przypominam sobie o moich siostrach: Owacji i Owulacji. Moja natura jest radosna. Jestem elastyczne. Dzielimy zainteresowania.
Oczyszcza jak soda. Husaria moich dni, kawaleria nocy. Moja duszo, ba i ka. Debet sumienia. Brzytwa Ockhama. Oraz potrzeb. Ulegamy likwidacji. Miejsce likwidacji: ziemia. Podpisano: Etcetera. Vox dei, vox populi.
Nie istnieje nic starszego ode mnie. W buduarach i na trotuarach. Na polu bitwy i w lupanarze. Rychliwa to ja nie jestem. Czasem przeklinam. A chuj. Wte czy wewte. Widz czy aktor. No to spadam! Mleka pod dostatkiem, procent dwa.
No i zapach farby. Nie czyta, nie wychodzi do kina, nie walczy z cellulitisem. Na klucz. Na raz w prawo. Nijaki lub klasyczny, lub klasycystyczny. Zdecydowanie inna notacja muzyczna. Najlepiej ukryta. Popkultura nie wymaga wiele i wszystko wybacza. Kultura wysoka zadziera nosa. Zadzieranie nosa do niczego nie prowadzi.
Albo nie. Komendy i rozkazy. Jestem Ares, syn Zeusa i Hery. Zabijanie jest proste jak zabijanie. Jestem Ares, pan zasadzki, patron zdrady. Wojna niesprawiedliwa, brudna i okrutna to ja. Wygrywam zawsze. Rzadko bywam w domu. Albo drugiej. Album) jestem najlepszy w liczeniu. Styks to czarna rzeka. I nie idzie mi o dary Onana. Po ojcu. Patrzyli na siebie. Lato jest co roku. Nie od razu. Prawie tango.
Taniec towarzyski. Temperatura dodatnia, pora roku z Vivaldiego. Jest foliowa. Tango w M1. A kolejny krok? Kolejny krok: Janek nic nie rozumie, niczego nie kontroluje. Nie planuje. Nie przeprasza. Olga nie ma nic przeciwko. Partnerka stoi na jednej nodze, w tej figurze. Kolejny krok: Volcada. Czy to nas wzrusza? W tle zgrzyt klucza. W prawo i w lewo. Albo odwrotnie. Mocz odda u ciotki. Otwiera drzwi: prawo-lewo. Disco polo pierwsza klasa.
Fiu, fiu. Anka nie rozumie. Nie rozumie. Siedzi na schodku. Dlatego siedzi. Przyjemny stan. Jestem na wakacjach, tak jakby i jakby nie. Sen jest rewelacyjny. Jestem dzieckiem! Chyba mam zakwasy. Kolizja nieunikniona. Straszny strach. Delikatny i stanowczy. Sobie i jemu. On i stara. Wyspy Kanaryjskie. Najpierw krasnoludki, krasnoludki, a potem sru i fiu — rypanko z Jankiem. Albo niefart.
BHP oraz dekalog to podstawa. Po popiersiu? Co teraz? Obcokrajowiec, jak nic. Albo moja matka, kopia swojej matki. Albo bazylika w Licheniu, kopia hitlerowskiego Reichstagu. Spaghetti to nie pudding. Jedna z moich ulubionych. A ty masz dzieci? Chyba nie dojdziemy do porozumienia. Kwestia przeczenia lub jego braku. Nic wielkiego. Piasek, piasek. Ani krztyny dobrych manier. Siedzieli w milczeniu. Water resistant, made in China.
Wte i nazad. Jak DJ winyle. Oraz kastracja. Ale po kolei. Prysznic i czyste ubranie. O tym nie wie nawet telewizyjna pogodynka. O tym wie tylko Anka. Na razie pali. Nie ma jej. W torebce nic nie ma. Grzeczna dziewczynka. Ucho to nie szklanka. Nie rozumie po raz drugi. Wynik jest dodatni. Poczucie taktu. Za trzy punkty ten rzut. Zamek naoliwiony. Jak gdyby nigdy nic. Czyli ponad siebie. Serhij Bubka. Wzrok rozkojarzony. Seks nie przy dziecku, powtarza.
Strasznie mnie wkurwia, jak to syn. Plus podomka, w moim przypadku, w kwiatki. Czas przy bogach szwankuje. Jak piernik bez wiatraka. To proste jak cios mieczem. Stawiamy jak najbardziej. O, tak! Lectiones tenebrarum, ciemne jutrznie. Jeden ognik — nadzieja zmartwychwstania. Jeden ognik, setki ludzi. Miliony ludzi, jeden ognik. Niekiedy w zawieszeniu. Ze strachu. Albo bardzo do siebie podobni. Ja gram w Mortal Kombat. I mam penis. Nie do wiary. Charakterystyczne sapanie w korytarzu, charakterystyczne niezadowolenie i tak dalej.
To znaczy odkurzacz. A wiesz z kim? Mam uczulenie. Za jakie grzechy! Czyje grzechy? Matki, ciotki, kochanka? I czy te grzechy to kara czy nagroda? Skutek czy przyczyna? Ares gotuje. Perypetia i katastrofa. Hybris i hamartia. Jedli w milczeniu. Jajecznica na boczku. Witamy w paranoi.
Feel wysiada. Forever and never. Taki straszny wstyd. Jedziemy z twoim ojcem pijakiem do Olgi. Pojedziesz z nami? Na pewno nic dobrego. Najpierw odpowiedz mi na dwa pytania. Karta Praw Podstawowych mnie nie obejmuje.
Tylko kiedy, kurwa? To nie takie proste. Dzwonek u drzwi. Wszak prawda wyzwala. Mimo wszystko i za wszystko. Rozpoczynam dekalog Anochi…. Podlegam modom, jak wszystko, co podlega czasowi. Jestem nieufny. Dlatego zwykle mijam. Wymagam absolutnego zaufania. Brat o szerokiej twarzy, lekko zaczerwienionej. Numer alarmowy: J 8, Broniewskiego Trzy osoby w przedpokoju. Drzwi otwarte. Na pewno nie jest to ulga. Codziennie prysznic i butelka wody mineralnej. Itepe oraz -de.
Podomka przechodzi w tryb off. Do mieszkania na W. Do Olgi. Obietnica dotrzymana, to obietnica nie dana. Dawno temu pracowali razem w szpitalu. Retorycznym zwrotem? Sudoku albo seppuku? Jajecznica z lodu. Janka zabrano. W torebce malutkie opakowanie ptasiego mleczka i klucze. Mleko z proszku. Proszek z fabryki. Nic istotnego. Zajrzy do Janka.
Lub odwrotnie. Zrobiono mu zastrzyk. Cicho, na palcach. Nie rozumiem. Spacerowali alejkami. Nie teraz. Zawszona i robaczywa. Oto moja prawdziwa natura. Teraz pauza. Albo Gabriel. Tak mnie pouczono. Numer telefonu lub Jestem niewinny, lecz odpowiedzialny.
Ich stworzenie zaliczam do niekoniecznych. Taki praski golem. Wyniki w normie, dziecko w normie. To jest Jezus, a to Nike. A to Kama. Czy przezwiska? Rozmawiali o obuwiu sportowym oraz blasfemii. Im kciuk sztywniejszy, tym oparcie moralne pewniejsze. Matematyka fizyka to Album) forma oboczna rozpaczy. Game over. Mortal Kombat nie punktuje dobra. A kto to? To nie wystarczy. O grze, o modyfikacjach zasad i tak dalej.
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