Podívejte se na přepis úloh poslechu podzimního didaktického testu 2021, který vám skvěle poslouží jako studijní materiál pro kontrolu toho, jak jste si vedli v poslechové části u maturit z angličtiny a zda jste textu skutečně rozuměli. Přepis poslechu také velmi dobře poslouží při přípravě na další ročníky státních maturit z anglického jazyka. Přepis maturitního poslechu z angličtiny 2021 pro vás připravil exkluzivně Nový Amos. Mnoho úspěchů nejen při maturitě z angličtiny.
1. část poslechu
1. What did Caroline buy in the shopping centre this afternoon??
A: How did the shopping go this afternoon, Caroline?
B: Great! I’ve got everything I wanted. I even got the speakers, although they’re from the little shop opposite the shopping centre. But the new mouse is from the shopping centre, and for a really good price. Also, I remembered to check the prices of keyboards in the shopping centre. I wanted to see if they’re cheaper there than from an e-shop, and they weren’t, so I’ll buy a keyboard online. And that’s it! With the PC screen I bought in the shopping centre last week, the mouse and the speakers I bought today, and the keyboard, I’ll be ready for my online courses. I can’t wait!
2. What will Sophie have?
A: Hi Sophie, welcome to my home.
B: Hi Josh, thanks. Wow, your place is so nice.
A: Thanks, take a seat. What can I get you? It’s 4pm, so tea?
B: I’d like coffee please.
A: Alright, you drink coffee with milk, don’t you?
B: Yes, you remember, but I already had coffee with milk this morning and in the afternoons I drink black coffee anyway.
A: I see, I’m trying to drink coffee without milk, but it’s hard. I have to have it with sugar at least.
B: I’m trying to use less sugar, but when I have coffee without milk I have to put some sugar in it and I always drink it with a glass of water. I learnt that in France and I’ve been doing it ever since.
A: OK, I’ll bring that too. And how much sugar would you like? One or two cubes?
B: Well, I should take only one. Wait, add one more because I need to get some energy.
A: OK, and milk for me. I’ll be right back.
B: Thanks, Josh.
3. Which summer job does Harry want to try this year?
A: What’s up, Harry?
B: I’m thinking about a summer job. Last year, when my cousin Charlie was choosing his first summer job, he knew he wanted to deliver packages. He was happy riding his bike all day, but I wouldn’t be. Now I’m waiting for my friend Peter to call me. See, he’ll be selling popcorn in a cinema, and he’s going to ask if I can do that too. I can’t wait to try it. Working together with him will be fun. Dad agreed, but Mom is against it. She wants me to be a waiter in Dad’s café. I might try it next summer. And what about you? Will you drive the flower delivery van again this summer? When I have a driver’s license, I might try that as well.
4. What was Dan doing this morning?
A: Hi, Dan. How are you feeling after last night’s party?
B: I’m exhausted. I came home at 2am and got up four hours later.
A: Oh, I forgot you work part-time on Sundays. I can’t imagine selling burgers the morning after a party.
B: I can’t either, Jo. So I called my colleague from the fast food restaurant at 6am and she agreed to go there instead of me today. She even gave up her morning swimming for me. I stayed up anyway because I needed to finish the school project. I was doing it till noon.
A: But it’s due next Friday.
B: What? I thought it was for Monday. That’s tomorrow.
A: Well, at least you’ve finished it. I’ve been watching TV since this morning.
B: Oh, I’ll have a burger and watch TV as well to calm down.
A: Oh, let’s go to the swimming pool. That might be even better for you.
B: OK, Jo. I’ll pick you up in half an hour.
2. část poslechu
A: Hi, Helen.
B: Hi, Peter. Did you go to a Halloween party last weekend?
A: Yes, I did. I was invited to a Halloween party that my friend was having in his cousin’s house because his own is too small for a party. It was really cool.
B: I went to a Halloween party, too. My friend David Johnson organized it. David’s great, you know. He and I were classmates in Riverdale Elementary School for four years. Then his family moved, and he went to a local school in the new place, while I stayed for two more years at Riverdale Elementary School and finished my elementary education there. Despite that, we’re still friends.
A: Did you say David Johnson? We were at the same party then. I was wearing a wolf costume. And you? Let me guess, you were the girl in the long pink dress and silver mask.
But her hair was dark, not blonde like yours.
B: I would never wear anything pink, not even on Halloween.
A: I hope you weren’t one of those girls wearing Star Wars costumes. Do you know Star Wars, the film series? My schoolmates are crazy about it, but I don’t understand why. Liking such films seems silly to me. But I really liked one of the girls in her Star Wars costume.
B: Oh, well, I talked to those girls. They told me that they’d bought the costumes in a new
costume shop in town. I think people don’t have enough imagination when they buy costumes instead of creating them. You can have lovely costumes for almost no money if you make them, and they’re much better than costumes in shops.
A: Hmm, but you still haven’t told me what you were dressed as.
B: I wore a special mask connected to the history of the festival. I tried to find out something about it, and I found an article about the beginnings of Halloween. I couldn’t believe the things I was reading. For example, it’s not an American holiday at all. I didn’t know that. The festival comes from Ireland and Scotland, where people wore simple masks covering their faces. So I decided to wear a sheep mask. That’s why you couldn’t see me.
A: Wow, listen, there’s going to be a Christmas party at our school. We could go together. It’s on December 19th, and luckily on December 20th, the school holiday starts. So we can have fun until midnight when the party’s over. What do you think, Helen?
B: It depends. I’m invited to Lisa’s Christmas party, and it might be on the same day. Let me check. Oh, no, hers is the day before the school Christmas party. That’s good news, because if it was on the same day, I wouldn’t be able to go with you, Peter. Lisa would be mad, you know. So it’s great. I can, and I will, with pleasure.
3. část poslechu
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. My name’s Peter and I’ll be your tour guide today on your one-day trip here on Blue Island. Now, before boarding the coach, I gave you two envelopes. You’ll find information about the places we’re going to see today in the white envelope. The green one contains a questionnaire. Please fill it in at the end of the trip. Now, I’d like to inform you about a few things on today’s programme. First, there’s a small change to our morning programme because of an accident on the motorway. For this reason, we will leave the motorway at exit number 46 instead of exit 48 to avoid any queues. This means that we won’t make our first morning stop at Sunrise Castle, but at the only church on Blue Island, a place which we were supposed to see later this morning. But don’t worry, we’ll stop at the castle on our way back. There’ll be no other changes to our advertised programme. We’ll stop at the Moonlight Hotel for lunch and a short swim in the hotel swimming pool. You’ll love the pool, especially because it’s on the hotel roof. The view from there is awesome. Lunch will be served in the hotel restaurant on the ground floor. Steaks are what the restaurant is most famous for. Vegetable salads are also on the restaurant’s menu in case you’re a vegetarian. Of course, lunch and the short swim are included in the price of your tour. The best place of today’s programme is the longest cave on Blue Island. The cave is called Fosh Cave, spelt F-O-S-C-H-E, and it got its name after its first explorer. You’ll have an opportunity to explore the cave with a professional guide. This reminds me, if you don’t have a jacket with you, you can borrow one at the entrance of the cave, as the temperature there is around 10 degrees centigrade. Alright, our expected arrival back at your hotel is half past six. Your dinner will be provided for you at quarter past seven, and don’t forget that at half past eight, there’s a classical music concert in the hotel gardens. Enjoy your trip.
4. část poslechu
21. Why doesn’t Betty really want to go to the picnic tonight?
A: Hi Betty, how are you? Are you going to Susan’s picnic tonight? I have so much to tell you.
B: Me too! But I’m not going to be there. I need to clean my bedroom.
A: Do you really? Isn’t it because of the argument you had with Susan?
B: You know about it?
A: Well, yes.
B: Okay, I’ll tell you the truth. The argument is not the reason why I’m not going, but I can’t say the same about meeting her friends.
A: They’re great, once you get to know them.
B: You might be right, but let’s meet some other time.
B: Perfect. Enjoy the picnic. And if somebody asks why I’m not there, please tell them I’m sick. They don’t need to know the truth.
A: Okay Betty, have fun cleaning your bedroom.
B: I lied about that.
A: I know. Bye.
22. Which competition is taking place at school today?
Good morning everyone. Just some quick information about today’s event. Please tell the students the competition starts at 10am in the school music hall. Those students who can’t compete will help our drama teacher prepare the theatre performance for next week. Please remember that students who are native French speakers cannot take part in the competition. This is because they’d have an advantage over the others who study it as a foreign language. Now, as you all know, students will have to speak for a short time on a topic they’ve chosen. Last year, some students were creative and performed a short drama scene instead. Some were even singing. So, please tell them to avoid such acting or singing this year. Vocabulary and grammar, that’s what they should concentrate on. The winner will be given a book written by Victor Hugo.
23. Why did Jane come late to work today?
A: Hello, Jane. You are ten minutes late.
B: Mr Darcy, hello, I’m sorry. I set my alarm clock for seven o’clock to make sure I’d have plenty of time to get to work. Although, I did get up at 7.15, I still managed to leave the house at the same time I always leave. On the way to the bus stop, though, I remembered that it was supposed to rain in the afternoon, so I went back home to get my umbrella, and, unfortunately, I didn’t make it to the bus stop on time. I could only watch the bus leave. See, that’s the latest bus I can take and not be late for work. Luckily, the next one came on time as traffic didn’t slow down as much as yesterday, so I’m only 10 minutes late. Well, at least I have my umbrella. Although it’s hard to believe that it’s supposed to be rainy this afternoon since it’s been sunny so far today.
24. Which present surprised David?
A: Hi David. Wow, is that a silk tie?
B: Hi Larry. I’m surprised you noticed the tie, but not my new leather shoes. I also got them for my birthday, although I chose them myself.
A: Wow, they’re cool. What else did you get?
B: The biggest present was a new laptop. I had had the old one for eight years.
A: Yeah, I was surprised it still worked.
B: Me too. I also got a detective novel, which is something I absolutely didn’t expect.
A: Really David? I would have been more surprised by the new laptop.
B: Well, I had to tell my parents which laptop I wanted. I didn’t want any surprises there.
A: I see. So apart from the novel, there were no other surprises I guess.
B: Right. I chose the silk tie as well actually, because I was afraid my parents would buy me a pink one.