Přepis maturitního poslechu z anglického jazyka 2013 podzim je ideálním učebním materiálem pro samostudium k maturitě z angličtiny. Nový Amos doporučuje nejprve poslouchat a zkusit si poslechové úlohy vypracovat, klidně dvakrát, a následně poslechnout subtest znovu, spolu s přepisem poslechu. Přejeme mnoho efektivní přípravy na státní maturitu z angličtiny v teple domova u svého počítače či mobilního telefonu.
1. část poslechu
M: Hey Katie, are you coming to the football match tonight?
W: No, sorry, John, I can’t. My boyfriend has an important sport’s competition this evening and I’m going to support him.
M: Sport’s competition, really?
W: Yeah, he does karate. He has a tournament this evening.
M: Wow, I didn’t know that he was a fighter. I thought you said he played tennis.
W: No, I said his father play tennis. His whole family does, actually. But he really hates it.
M: Well, have fun tonight then and I’ll see you tomorrow in our morning swim class. Don’t forget to bring your swimming costume this time.
Jessie, it’s Lee. I’m here already because I wanted to arrive early to get a good seat. You’ll find me near the front, at a table by the window. They’re playing some really bad music now, so please hurry up and get here, so I can listen to you instead. I didn’t know there would be a live band or I would’ve chosen somewhere different. But anyway, the chicken smells wonderful, so I’m sure it will taste good, too. So hurry up, if you’re too late, we won’t be able to finish our meal and get to the cinema before the film starts.
My friends invited me to go swimming on Saturday, but I don’t know. I don’t really have time for swimming. I mean, I have my exams on Monday, so I should really stay in and study for those. But I don’t often get the chance to see my friends, so it would be fun to go with them. Oh, but wait – I can’t do any of that. I just remembered, I have to go to my cousin’s birthday party. I haven’t even bought a present. Well, this is just great. How am I going to pass my exams if I don’t have time to study.
W: I’d dress warmly if I were you, it’s going to snow today.
W: Well, I read it online.
M: Really? Show me the website you looked at. Wait a minute. See that? Here’s your problem. You’re not looking at the forecast for Saint Petersburg in Florida, you’re looking at Saint Petersburg in Russia. Hah.
M: It’s going to snow in Russia not here in Florida. So you can leave your gloves at home. But look here – we should definitely take our umbrellas because it’s going to get really wet. That’s a shame, too. Because I was really hoping it would be sunny like yesterday.
2. část poslechu
Hello everyone. And we welcome you to the Pinewood Contemporary Art Museum. Before we begin our tour, I’d like to discuss a few rules. First, please do not eat or drink anything during our tour. There’s a café near of the entrance, where you’ll find both warm and cold drinks as well as cold sandwiches. After the tour, if you want a proper hot-meal, I recommend Ruby’s Steakhouse across the street. Which has some of the best steaks in the city. Rule number two, please know that the museum forbids flash photography. Feel free to take pictures, but please, remember to turn off your flash. And finally, please do not touch any of the artwork on the ground floor. There are some sculptures on the second floor that you may touch. I’ll point those out when we get there. But it is prohibited to touch anything on the ground floor. Any questions? All right, let’s get started. We’re entering the main room now, which contains paintings only by American artists. However our museum director wants to expand this collection to include international artists. So we’re currently talking with some museums in Europe to try to do that. But for now, we’re quite happy with the American paintings we have here now. For example, take a look at this piece by Gregory Plath. It’s our biggest painting on this floor. Measuring six metres across and three metres tall. If you can believe though, we’ve got something even larger to show you on the second floor. Anyhow, Gregory started painting thirty years ago, when he was just nineteen years old. But it wasn’t until a couple of years ago, that people took notice of him. In fact, it was this picture here, painted only two years ago, that made him famous. Now, Gregory is well-known for his use of sunlight. But even his painting of the night sky, which you can see to the left, shows his fascination with light. See how he painted the stars? People often criticize him for overusing the sun. But his painting of night clearly shows that it’s not only the sun that interests him, but light itself. Now, please follow me and I’ll show you something in the next room.
3. část poslechu
W: Thank you for calling the Ivy Lodge Restaurant. This is Sandra, how can I help you?
M: Hello, I’d like to reserve a table for tonight, please. I’ll need something large because there will be quite a few of us.
W: No problem, sir. How many people exactly?
M: There should be nineteen of us. No, I’m sorry, I always forget to include myself. So, there will be twenty. Do you have a table for so many people?
W: Of course, sir. We have a large private space in the back that’s perfect for big groups.
M: That’s great. And I have to tell you, I’m very allergic to smoke. Is it non-smoking?
W: Yes, sir, it is.
M: Perfect, I’ll take it.
W: Ok, sir. And what time should I reserve it for you?
M: I finish work at six o’clock, so, let’s say seven o’clock? Some people may arrive at around seven thirty, but most of us will definitely be there at seven.
W: Ok, sir. And could I have your name please?
M: It’s Robert Galloway.
W: Could you spell your surname for me please?
M: Yes, it’s Galloway. G-A-L-L-O-W-A-Y.
W: Thank you, Mr. Galloway.
M: Oh, and I wanted to ask, is it true that there will be live music this evening?
W: Yes, sir. We have that every Tuesday and Friday from eight o’clock in the main room.
M: Interesting. Who will be playing tonight?
W: Mark Thomas, a musician from New York. He’ll be playing the piano.
M: That should be nice. I’m looking forward to it.
W: Well, if you like what you hear tonight, you can also buy some of Mark’s CDs. He’ll be selling them in the restaurant as well. I have a few myself and they’re quite good.
M: I might just do that. Well, thank you so much, Sandra.
W: You’re quite welcome, Mr. Galloway. Have a good day, sir. And we’ll see you this evening. Goodbye.
4. část poslechu
Let’s see – tomorrow’s a holiday, so I don’t have to be at work. My friends want me to go camping with them, but my ex-girlfriend is going to be there too and I don’t really want to see her. I should really go to the gym, though. It’s been ages since I’ve exercised and I’m getting a bit fat. Oh, but they’ll be close because of the holiday. Well, I’ve got a big presentation to give next week, so I guess I’ll work on that then. Right then, it won’t be as exciting as camping, but at least I can do it from home.
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M: Have you heard what happened to Clara?
W: No, what?
M: She was in an accident with her dad and they’re both in hospital.
W: What? Are they ok?
M: Well, her dad broke his leg and the doctors thought Clara had broken her leg, too. But luckily, she didn’t. But she did break some bones in her hand. And she had to have an operation. In fact, she’s got a lot of pain in her whole arm, so she won’t be able to hold anything for a while. The doctors want her and her dad to stay in bed for a few days.
W: Well, thankfully, she’s ok.
M: Hey, Gina, it’s David.
W: Hey, David. What’s up?
M: Well, I’m going swimming this afternoon. Do you want to come with me?
W: Well, that’s nice of you, but I can’t. Sorry, David, I need to stay at home.
M: Oh, I hope you aren’t ill?
W: No, I had flu last week and didn’t feel well. But fortunately, I’m fine now. I’m just terribly busy. I have classes tomorrow and there’s also a final maths test. I’m not prepared, I really have to study.
M: You’re not lying because you hate swimming, are you?
W: Oh, no! Sure I’m not lying. It’s really important that I pass this exam.