Matura z angielskiego 2015 – gramatyka – ćwiczenie 1

Przeczytaj tekst, z którego usunięto trzy zdania. Wpisz w luki 7.1.–7.3. litery, którymi
oznaczono brakujące zdania (A–E), tak aby otrzymać logiczny i spójny tekst.
Uwaga: dwa zdania zostały podane dodatkowo i nie pasują do żadnej luki.

In 1983, my friend Haig took me to a meeting with Star Trek film stars. The chance to meet
them all was a great joy for him. For me, the biggest attraction was the book stalls in
the entrance hall. 7.1. _____ So, while Haig was trying to get some autographs, I browsed
the shelves for some bargains.
One of the booksellers had Asimov’s latest book. Although I’d already read it, the price was
attractive and I decided to buy it. I told the bookseller, however, that it wasn’t Asimov’s best
work. At this very moment, an elderly man joined us. He asked me why I felt this way.
7.2. _____ To prove it, I intended to open the book on the last page. And then I saw the photo
of the author on the cover and got a shock. I realized that I’d just told one of the best
science fiction writers that his book wasn’t very good.
I stood speechless with the book still in my hand. The writer took it and said, “What’s your
name?” 7.3. _____ His short dedication said: “To Jack, I hope my next book will meet your
expectations. All the best, Isaac Asimov.”
adapted from

A. I didn’t have any so I started to apologize to him.
B. I replied that the ending was totally disappointing.
C. I had never read a science fiction book with such a boring beginning.
D. When I finally whispered it, he wrote something on the first page.
E. As an enthusiastic reader, I always try to find well-priced bestsellers.


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