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Opportunities Pre-Intermediate EXAM ZONE FELADATOK AZ ÚJ ÉRETTSÉGIHEZ Produced by Pearson Education Hungary w w w. l o n g m a n . h u Feladatsor Olvasott szöveg értése Nyelvhelyesség ÍRÁSBELI 3-4 szövegbôl és 3-4 feladatból áll 3-4 feladatból, összesen körülbelül 25-30 itembôl áll. A feladatokhoz felhasznált szövegek együttes terjedelme körülbelül 500-700 szó SZÜNET Halott szöveg értése 3 szövegbôl és 3 feladatból áll. A feladatokhoz felhasznált szövegek együttes idôtartama kb. 5-8 perc. A
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  Opportunities Pre-Intermediate EXAM ZONE FELADATOK AZ ÚJ ÉRETTSÉGIHEZ Produced by Pearson Education Hungarywww.longman.hu  Feladatsor Idôtartam Pont Olvasott szöveg értése3-4 szövegbôl és 3-4 feladatból áll 60 33 3-4 feladatból, összesen körülbelül 25-30 itembôl áll.NyelvhelyességAfeladatokhoz felhasznált szövegek együttes 30 18 terjedelme körülbelül 500-700 szóSZÜNET3 szövegbôl és 3 feladatból áll. AfeladatokhozHalott szöveg értésefelhasznált szövegek együttes idôtartama kb. 5-8 perc. 30 33 Afeladatsor kb.20-25 itembôl állAvizsgarész két feladatból áll. Az elsô feladatÍráskészségegy rövidebb, interakciós és tranzakciós szöveg. 60 33 Amásodik feladat egy hosszabb, véleménykifejtôszöveg megírása megadott szempontok alapján.Avizsgán az alábbi feladattípusok fordulhatnak elô:Beszédkészségtársalgás,szituációs feladat,önálló témakifejtés 15 33 segédanyagok(vizuaális és verbális)alapjánÖsszesen 195 150Témakör Az Opportunities ide vonatkozó részei 1.Személyes vonatkozások, családFriends Elementary Module1 pp11-16 Personality Elementary Module 2 pp17-22 Stories Intermediate Module 2 pp 19-30 2. Ember és társadalomCommunities Elementary Module3 pp 25-30 Heroes Pre-Intermediate Module 2 pp 19-30 Money Pre-Intermediate Module 4 pp 45-58 People Intermediate Module 5 pp 59-70 3. Környezetünk Cultures Elementary Module10 pp73-78 The Sea Pre-Intermediate Module 6 pp 71-82 4.Az iskola Learning Intermediate Module 6 pp71-82 Learning to Learn Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate pp 4-6 5. Amunka világaMoney Pre-Intermediate Module 4 pp 45-56 The Media Intermediate Module 4 pp 45-56 Careers Intermediate Module 7 pp 85-96 6.ÉletmódFitness Elementary Module 7 pp 53-58 Lifestyles Pre-Intermediate Module 1 pp 7-18 Celebration Pre-Intermediate Module 3 pp 33-44 7.Szabadidô, mûvelôdés, szórakozásSport Elementary Module 8 pp 59-65 Rhythm Pre-Intermediate Module 7 pp 85-96 Design Pre-Intermediate module 8 pp 97-108 8.Utazás,turizmusGoing Places Elementary Module 4 pp 31-36 Adventure Intermediate Module 1 pp 7-18 Culture Shock Intermediate Module 8 pp 97-108 9. Tudomány és technikaComputers Elementary Module 15 pp 109-114 Cyberspace Pre-Intermediate Module 5 pp 59-70 Wheels Intermediate Module 3 pp 33-44    V   I   Z   S   G   A   R    É   S   Z        K       ö     z       é     p     s     z       i     n      t       û    S   z   ó   b   e   l   i    Í   R    Á   S   B   E   L   I   T    É   M   A   K    Ö   R    Ö   K   a   ’   k   ö   z   é   p   s   z   i   n   t   û   ’    É   r   e   t   t   s   é   g   i   h   e   z  Opportunities Pre-Intermediate Exam Zone 1 © Pearson Education Hungary 2005 Exercise 1.ROLE-PLAYS Read the descriptions of the three situations below. Role-play thethree situations. A. Getting and giving information: British students are planning to visit your school.Youare talking to a representative of the British students.Give him/her information about:ãyour typical school day,ãthe most suitable day for the visit (say why it’s thebest day),ãwhat may be worth paying attention to/what maybe of an interest to the British students. The examiner initiates the conversation. Remember! When talking about your daily routines,use thePresent Simple.If there are activities which are exceptionsto this rule and they are happening at the moment ofspeaking,use the Present Continuous.For more see SBpage:10-11;Pbk 4-5.ã In my school,we always/never/often [do] ...;We nor-mally [do] ...but this week we’re [doing] ...ã The best day for your visit is ...because ...ã Our school has good/famous/unusual ...;Our school isfamous for ...   U SEFUL P HR   ASES :   T IP : C. Negotiating: You are staying in Britain.You and your friend arestaying in a hotel.It’s late.You hear a loud argumentcoming from the next room.Your friend wants toignore it but you object.ãExplain why in your opinion one has to react tosuch situations.ãDescribe a similar situation and what happened.ãSuggest a solution. The examiner initiates the conversation. For more see SB (Function File),page 28.ã (not) ignore/pay attention to ...;Somebody may need ...ã I can remember a similar situation when ...ã I think we should/shouldn’t ...;I believe we must ...;Let’s ...;Why don’t we [do] ...;What about [doing] ...   U SEFUL P HR   ASES :   T IP : B. Relating / Narrating: You are talking to a schoolfriend about someone youmet while travelling lastyear.This person achievedsomething extraordinary inhis/her life.Describe thisperson to your friend:ãDescribe her/him andsay where you metãDescribe his/herachievement.ãTalk about the goodresults of his / herachievement. The student initiates the conversation. Set 1 Modules 1-4 Oral Exam Remember! When relating past events use the Past Simple and Past Continuous.If you refer tothe results of some actions,you use the Present Perfect.For more see SB,page 18-19 and 26-27;Pbk 8-9 and 14-15.If you can’t think of anyextraordinary achievement use the ideas from your SB (page:26,28,34 or 36).ã This is ...;We met ...ã One day she/he was [doing something] when ...;She/he was very brave/quick ...;She/heknew what to do ...;She/he decided to ...ã His/Her help has changed/improved ...;Thanks to his/her help ...   U SEFUL P HR   ASES :   T IP :  Opportunities Pre-Intermediate Exam Zone READING COMPREHENSIONExercise 1. . (Topic: Life in English-speakingcountries, Lifestyles) , Read tex   ts 1.1. – 1.4. Match 2 questions A-I to each of the te   x   ts.There is an e   x   tra question.   2 © Pearson Education Hungary 2005 Written Exam 1.1.        Get all  blue f or the Easter season J ust t woda ys  bef ore  Eastera ne w ty pe of   part y drin k went on sale in the  biggest s u permar kets in theco untr y. It isnot s ur prising that the drin kis s weetandf izz y,  b ut it has one  un us ual feat ure: the colo ur. It is blue.  The drin k is a s pecial limited edition f or thes pring season, made f rom  bl ue berries  which gro w inS weden.One  bottle of  this ne w s pecialit y costs £2.05.  Exercise 2. DISCUSSION BASED ON A PHOTO Describe the photo. Then answer the following questions: 1What do these people have in common? What makes them different?2Do you know anybody who is very different from you?When you meet,what do you talk about? Remember that you must not only be able to describe the photobut also to interpret it.You must also be able to refer what yousee in the photo to your own experiences.1in the picture;in the foreground/background;on the left/right;in the middle;in the upper/lower part of the picture;thereis/are ...2I can see that ...;I think that they are standing/looking at ...because ...3This picture/situation reminds me of ...;I recall such situa-tions/people from my own life,for example ...   U SEFUL P HRASES :   T IP :   1.4.        F r eedom f or  a f amily  pet  Gig t he pet  t ur k ey  has liv ed in an  A mer ican f amily ’sguest  r oom f or  eight  y ear s, but  now  animal r ight spr ot est er s w ant  t o set  him f r ee t o liv e in a back y ar dnear  his home. In t heir  opinion, t he bir d now  liv es inunnat ur al cir cumst ances. Gig’s ow ner , P aulRichmond, bought  him f or  a T hank sgiv ing dinner ,but  his childr en didn’t  w ant  t o k ill him. Gig becamea member  of  t he Richmond f amily  in 1995.  1.3.         Tra velling  from  Venus  to Mars? No t  ye t! Cosmo Galieri  from I tal y,  whom  the police arres ted  yes terda y, made a  for tune recen tl y. His agenc y,  the In terplane tar y  Vo yage Bureau,  wasselling  tick e ts  for  journe ys  from Ear th  to o ther plane ts. One specialo f fer e ven included a  trip in a lu x ur y spaceship  from  Venus  to Mars.Mr Galieri, 51, sold in terplane tar y dreams  to man y  famous people,including an A merican e x -presiden t. Each  journe y cos t abou t 1.5million dollars.    1.2.        Jer r y  becomes the r ichest k id in the w or ld Jer r y Snow don , y oung sonof the Scottishmulti-millionair es A nna and F r ank  Snow don, w ill w ak e up a v er  y  r ich per sontomor r ow . T oda y  the cour tis to decide thatit isJer r  y , and nothis elder  sister Ber tha,w how ill inher it the f amil y ’sf or tune. T hisf or tune includes mone y  depositsinmor ethan 100 bank s allov er the w or ld.Jer r  y ’s sister  is unable to tak e possession of  thef or tune because she is mentally ill. Which tex   t mentions: Athe price of something to drink?Bthe job of the person who bought something?Can exceptional kind of present?Da person whose situation is about to change?Ea place close to somebody’s home?Fa person who cannot do something?Ga product made especially for one occasion?Ha problem connected with animal rights?Ian unusual form of business?
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