Podívejte se na přepis úloh poslechu podzimního didaktického testu 2022, 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 2022 pro vás připravil exkluzivně Nový Amos. Mnoho úspěchů nejen při maturitě z angličtiny.
1. část poslechu
1. What did Emma bring Harry to give him good luck?
A: Hi, Emma!
B: Hi, Harry! I heard you have an important exam next week.
A: Yes, it’s a lot of stress. I’ve been thinking of going there in my lucky shirt. It could calm me down.
B: Really? I hoped you believed in lucky things.
A: Yes, it’s the shirt that brought me luck during my school final exams.
B: Perfect! That means you won’t have anything against taking this coin with you. When I had an exam, it brought me good luck.
A: Oh, it’s very kind of you. But won’t you miss the coin? Apart from the shirt, I also got a lucky stone for my sister.
B: Don’t worry. I don’t need the coin at the moment, as I have this bracelet to bring me luck. I made it myself.
A: That’s nice.
B: I could make a bracelet for you as well and bring it next time I see you.
A: Yes, I’d like that. And I might bring you the stone when you have an exam.
2. Which hotel room are the women staying in now?
A: Hi, Mary, are you and your mom satisfied with the hotel?
B: Hi, David. Good to hear from you. The hotel is fine, but we did have some problems with the hotel room. See we paid for a room with a TV, but the room we got didn’t have a TV. And there was just one armchair and one wardrobe for both of us. Can you imagine? Mom was willing to spend a holiday without a TV, but I insisted on more space to put our clothes in. At first the hotel manager offered to give us some money back for the missing TV, but I refused. So he had to find us a different room with what we had paid for. We’ve just moved into it. I’m glad that mom doesn’t have to be without a TV and that now we have one wardrobe each as well. What I don’t understand is why there aren’t two armchairs? One is not enough for two people is it but I guess we should be happy with the room we have now.
3. Which activity does James do first in the morning?
A: Good morning James.
B: Morning Lily. How are you?
A: Great. I had a great time walking my dog this morning.
B: So did I. The weather was perfect. I think my dog and I walked at least two miles.
And at the end I was hungry again.
A: That’s actually why I walk my dog in the morning. To enjoy breakfast afterwards.
B: Oh, I can’t do that Lily. I have to eat and drink something before I do anything else.
A: For me, the first thing is the shower.
B: But why don’t you take it when you come back from walking your dog? That’s what I do.
A: Well, being in the shower first thing in the morning gives me time to wake up. I even brush my teeth while taking a shower.
B: Do you? I brush my teeth after the shower over the bathroom sink. But I guess brushing them while showering saves time. I might try that.
A: You definitely should.
4. Which animals is the boy most looking forward to seeing tomorrow?
We’re going to the zoo with my class tomorrow. I learnt from the zoo website that they’re inviting everybody to watch their monkey feeding. When I was little, monkeys were my favourite animals and I was always most looking forward to seeing them. Nowadays, I like watching giraffes the most. But, my friend told me I’ll certainly enjoy watching the elephants more than the giraffes this time as there’s a baby in their group which follows its mum all the time. So, the baby is what I’m most excited about seeing now. And its mum too. The website also said that there’s a new kangaroo family in the zoo. However, I read they will be shown to visitors only from next month as they need to get used to their new home. I hope to see the kangaroos soon.
2. část poslechu
A: Paul, it happened again last night. Those teenagers always walk through my garden just because they are too lazy to go around.
B: So why don’t you call the police, Rita?
A: Well, of course, I have been thinking about that. But I’m sure they have more serious things to worry about. I have decided to tell those teenagers I’ll call the police if I see them walk through my garden again.
B: But you’ve shouted at them before, haven’t you? If they don’t listen to you, they might not respect any warning. Look, it’s just my opinion, but all of us were young once, right? Today’s teenagers are not different. I remember quite well how much trouble we caused.
A: Oh, yes. My mom was a teacher at the local school, remember? She told us that you broke her classroom window.
B: It’s true that I spent most of my time playing football next to the school when I was a kid. But your mom is wrong. It was Pete who broke it. We always looked similar, so I’m not surprised she thought I broke the window. The only thing I broke there was my arm. But back to your problem. Have you checked if your gate is locked properly?
A: Of course. It was the first thing I did. I even bought a big metal chain and a lock, but they came again, just as I expected. Actually, I had a feeling from the start it wasn’t going to help. I could also build a higher wall around my garden as the next step. The one I have now is low and the teenagers easily climb over it.
B: Is it the best way to protect your garden, Rita? Do you really think so? Trust me, you don’t want to turn it into a prison.
A: Maybe I should paint a sign on the gate. Could you help me with that? How about this Sunday?
B: Why not? I’m busy shopping on Saturday anyway. I am going to the new DIY center. Actually, now that I’m thinking about it, you know what? I will buy a tin of paint there, and right after that I will come to your place and help you paint the sign. That way we can keep Sunday free and rest the whole day.
A: Sounds good. Look, I have an idea. What if the sign said angry dog? That could keep the teenagers out of my garden for some time. Many people get scared just by hearing of dogs. Until I own a dog, I can only hope the sign is enough. Sorry, Paul. I have to run now.
B: Okay, I will help you with the sign this weekend, but still, I think we should find a better solution than that.
A: That’s exactly what I was thinking. Let me call you tonight to talk about it further. I’m sure we’ll think of something.
B: Perfect. Bye now.
3. část poslechu
Good afternoon, you’re listening to Radio Fun. This month, the number one event in Sloden is the Motor Show, and our radio will definitely be there. The Motor Show will be held on the 11th of November this year, and the organisers are inviting everybody to come.
Before the show, there will be a traditional parade leaving from the main square and finishing at the airport, where the Motor Show will officially start. The number of cars and other vehicles on display gets larger every year. Last year, for example, there were 276 cars on display, while this year, there will be an amazing 322 of them. By the way, there were just 89 cars at the Motor Show when it was first held 10 years ago. More vehicles on display means more staff, of course. Like last year, recognising the staff will be easy. However, this time, instead of wearing blue jackets, the staff will have red jackets and caps of the same colour. Apart from the traditional display of classic cars and vans in Halls A and B, there will also be a display of buses from the 60s. You’ll find them in Hall C. Next to that, in Hall D, you can see a unique collection of cars powered by electricity. The Motor Show will offer many attractions to visitors of all ages. Organisers also promise a new competition for adults in which you can win a motorbike as the top prize. To get it, all you have to do is guess the right number of balloons in one of the cars on display. You will also have a chance to see some famous people at the show. Special guests this year will be director of many TV shows, Michael Collins, together with famous writer, Jake Miller, who will be signing copies of his new book. Now, we have our competition for you. You can win two free tickets to the Sloden Motor Show. If you’re the first to call our studio and repeat the car registration number, I’m going to say… It’s… C-J-W-4-3-6. Don’t wait! Call now and win!
4. část poslechu
21. Which book did Susan borrow from the library today?
A: Hi Susan, what are you doing here?
B: Hi Fred. I’m on my way from the library.
A: I see. Are you reading anything interesting?
B: I’ve just finished a fantastic travel book. It’s by a young photographer who traveled around Australia. I got it from my parents.
A: Can I borrow it from you?
B: I would lend you the travel book, but a friend of mine borrowed it from me only today. Now somebody recommended that I read sci-fi for a change. But I really wanted to borrow a new historical novel about ancient Egypt in the library first. However, it’s been reserved and they offered me this detective story instead. Look I only have one book from there today. It’s about the murder of a football player.
A: Oh, I’ve read it. I’m not sure you’ll enjoy it. Anyway, as you mentioned sci-fi, I’ve read many books like that from the library and they were all good. The library assistants can help you.
B: Thanks for the tip. I’m sure I’ll borrow a sci-fi book on my next visit.
22. How much money did Julia spend during her holiday in Paris?
A: How was your holiday in Dublin and Paris?
B: Oh, it was great! As you know, first I flew to Dublin to meet Katie, who lives there. I honestly didn’t plan to spend much money there, but in the end, I bought some things for 250 euros in three days. Then we went to Paris for a week. Thank God we could stay at a friend’s flat for free, because the cheapest accommodation in Paris would have cost 380 euros. So, we could do some shopping and eat out there. But still, as I had spent 250 euros even before I got to Paris, I only had 310 euros left, which is exactly how much I spent there. So, altogether, I spent all the 560 euros I’d saved for the whole holiday, and it was definitely worth it. Do you think spending 560 euros on a 10-day holiday is too much?
23. What is the man doing in his talk?
My job was my dream job when I took it up, but it no longer makes me happy. I must say that if I lost it, I wouldn’t even mind. The job has become a boring routine. What spoils my day as well are the crowded buses. Although my friends say working from home could solve this problem and they recommend it, I need to leave home and be with others while working. It’s actually the thing that has made me stay for so long in this job. My colleagues and I are a team, and nobody has ever refused to help each other. But what if I quit my job? I might have a better salary, but my new colleagues might be terrible. But how will I know if I don’t try? I keep considering various offers, and I hope I will not get lost in all these job descriptions.
24. Where did Tom and Sally agree to park their car?
A: Where shall I park, Sally? There’s not a single space in this square.
B: I told you! Why should we always park in the car park in the square anyway?
A: Parking here is for free. The car park at the cinema is not. And we agreed we won’t park the car there, remember?
B: Yes, you’re right, but the square is too far from the cinema and I don’t feel like walking that far today.
A: Okay, so why don’t we try parking either at the petrol station like last time or in the shopping centre?
B: The shopping centre is a good idea, but is it possible to park there for free if we aren’t going shopping there? Let’s go straight to the car park at the petrol station.
A: But isn’t that also far from the cinema?
B: Yes, but not as far as from the square. I’m okay with walking that distance.
A: Alright then.