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Anglų k. valstybinis brandos egzaminas

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Anglų k. valstybinis brandos egzaminas
Duration
Listening 40 mins
Reading 70 mins
writing 100 mins

Total: 3 hours 30 mins

Matura Exam in English
LISTENING: 5 parts, 40 mins, 30 pts.
Part 1 (4 points)

You will hear people speaking in four different situations. choose the best answer, A, B or C.
Matura Exam in English
LISTENING: 40 mins, 30 pts.
Part 2 (4 / 6 points)

Listen to the recording and complete the table.
Matura Exam in English
Choose the best answer, A, B or C.
* usually one speaker, longer, uninterrupted speech.
Matura Exam in English
LISTENING: 40 mins, 30 pts.
Part 3 (4 points).

Matura Exam in English
LISTENING: 40 mins, 30 pts.
Part 4 (9 points)

Complete the sentences. Write one word only, exactly as you hear it.
Matura Exam in English
LISTENING: 40 mins, 30 pts.
Part 5 (5 points)

Conversation among several speakers. Match the extracts that you hear with statements
Matura Exam in English
Reading: 4 parts 70 mins, 30 pts.
Part 1 (4 points)

Read the text choose a statement from A–F which best summarises each paragraph. One extra statement is given.
Matura Exam in English
Reading: 70 mins, 30 pts.
Part 2 (8 points)

Read the text and complete it with the words from the box. There are two extra words given.
Matura Exam in English
Reading: 70 mins, 30 pts.
Part 3 (7 points)

Read the text with some sentences removed. Choose from the sentences A–I the one which best fits each gap. There is one extra sentence
Matura Exam in English
Reading: 70 mins, 30 pts.
Part 4 (11 points).

Read the text and:
a) choose the answer A, B or C which fits best
b) complete the answers by inserting words from the text. Write one word only, exactly as in the text.
Matura Exam in English
Writing: 100 mins, 40 pts.
Part 1 . A Personal letter (16 points)

Don't forget to include ALL points
Take notes and write a draft of the Letter
Rewrite your draft
Don't write your name

Matura Exam in English
A personal letter
2013 example:
Write a letter to your friend in the UK. She wants to know what music you like. In your letter
thank your friend for her letter;
describe your favourite music and give at least two reasons why you like it;
ask your friend about her favourite music;
invite her to come to a street music festival in Lithuania.

Matura Exam in English
A personal letter
2012: Write a letter to your English speaking friend telling him / her about an enjoyable film you saw. In your letter write:

 what it was about;
 what you liked most;
 why you recommend it.

Matura Exam in English
Writing: 100 mins, 40 pts.
Part 2 . An Essay (24 points)

Read the task carefully and include ALL points
Take notes and write a draft of the Essay
Rewrite your draft

You are going to write an essay on the topic:

Some people think that competing is the best
way to succeed in different spheres of life. Do you agree or disagree that a sense of competition motivates young people?
In your essay, give at least two arguments to support your opinion. You should write 180–230 words (count them)
.
Matura Exam in English
2013: STUDIES ABROAD: FOR AND AGAINST

Give at least 3 arguments to support your opinion.
a) All 3 arguments can be 'for' or 'against'
b) 2 arguments 'for' and 1 'against'
c) 1 argument 'for' and 2 'against'


2012: IS VOLUNTEERING IMPORTANT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE?

Give at least two reasons to support your opinion.
2011: You got an interesting letter from your friend Dan describing his favourite pastime activity parkour (free running). Write a letter to your friend about your favourite activity in which tell:
when you started it;
why you started it;
why you recommend it
Matura Exam in English
Points to consider after the seminar:
Essay:
assessment: 5 criteria and sub-criteria
semi-formal, not too formal ('I think', 'we can't' can appear once)
creative, not academic writing (e.g. conclusion with a twist - "so what?"); subjective <------> objective
Matura Exam in English
Points to consider after the seminar:
Essay:
all parts (intro - body - conclusion)
topic sentence + supporting sentences: TS + SS+ SS + SS + concluding sentence for each argument
general (no details) -> specific (illustration. example)
no ideas off topic, no ambiguous ideas
Matura Exam in English
Points to consider after the seminar:
Essay:
do not overuse linking words (other ways to achieve coherence: substitution, references, conjunctions)
B2 level grammatical structures (www.english profile.org,
B2 level vocabulary: phrasal verbs, collocations, fixed phrases (www.lextutor.ca/)
OR
choose the correct answer and mark it T (true) or F (false)

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