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PRZYDATNE ZWROTY I SŁOWA

Poniżej znajduje się lista przydatnych zwrotów i słów, które warto opanować przed ustną i pisemną częścią egzaminu maturalnego. Celowo nie zawierają one tłumaczeń, aby zmobilizować maturzystów do skorzystania ze słowników, co zwiększy szansę na zapamiętanie ich. Wybierz z poniższej listy, jakie zwroty Cię interesują:

Część ustna

Część pisemna

CZĘŚĆ USTNA

Uzyskiwanie i udzielanie informacji:
  • Can you tell me where I can buy this/that book?/Where can I buy this/that book? (zwróć uwagę na inny szyk obu zdań)
  • What do you suggest?/What would you suggest?
  • I'd like to know how I can get to the nearest restaurant./Can you tell me how I can get to the nearest restaurant? (zwróć uwagę na szyk zdań - Can you tell me how I can..., a nie Can you tel me how can I...)
  • Would you be so kind as to tell me how I...
  • Would you care to comment on?
  • How does it look from your point of view?
  • How do you see it?
  • What's your view?

^ powrót do góry

Wyrażanie opinii:
  • (Personally) I think that...
  • It seems to me that.../It seems like...
  • First of all, I think that... (zwróć uwagę na brak przecinka przed "that" - to nie język polski z przecinkiem przed "że" ;) )
  • In my opinion...
  • Personally speaking...
  • From my point of view...
  • Strictly speaking...
  • In my opinion the most important feature is...
  • I am convinced that.../I'm sure that...
  • I am of the opinion that.../I'm of the opinion that... (zwróć uwagę na brak przecinka przed "that")
  • It's difficult to say exactly but...
  • There is no doubt about it that.../I have no doubt...
  • I might be wrong but.../Correct me if I'm wrong but...
  • Not only are they..., but they are also... (zwróć uwagę na szyk zdania)
  • As far as I'm concerned.../As far as I know...
  • Another significant point is that...
  • One can say that...
  • Another aspect is that...
  • It's important to mention that.../It's important to say that...
  • Actually, I don't have any first-hand experience of... but...
  • I cannot deny that.../I can't denny that...
  • Let me give you an example...
  • For variety of reasons...
  • When it comes to me...
  • In that respect...
  • To be brief...

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Relacjonowanie wydarzeń:
  • She said she didn't want to go there with me. (zwróć uwagę na czas użyty w drugiej części zdania)
  • If I had known about it earlier, I would have made different plans for that day.

^ powrót do góry

Negocjowanie, zgadzanie się, wyrażanie innego zdania:
  • I'd prefer not to go there tonight./I would rather stay at home tonight.
  • I suggest that we watch a film.
  • I cannot agree with this idea./I can't agree with you.
  • That seems obvious, but...
  • I see what you mean but I'm not at all convinced...
  • Why don't we go bowling today!
  • It's only partly true that...
  • I simply must agree with that...
  • I don't agree with you./I disagree with you.
  • That sounds reasonable.
  • I doubt whether...
  • I am of the same opinion.
  • I'm of a different opinion because...
  • I would go along with your view...

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Wyrażenia łączące:
  • moreover
  • additionally
  • what is more
  • as long as
  • furthermore
  • so to speak
  • hence
  • in addition
  • therefore
  • although
  • that's why/that is why
  • nonetheless
  • finally
  • however
  • after all
  • even though
  • nevertheless
  • of course

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CZĘŚĆ PISEMNA

Recenzja (książki, filmu):
  • The action takes place in...
  • Although the book has been taken apart by critics, I enjoyed reading.
  • There is a love component to this story.
  • The main characters are...
  • The first section ends with...
  • The movie focuses on...
  • I was captivated by this/his/her story.
  • This book has a very intense plot filled with romance and adventure.
  • The first chapter of this book is devoted to...
  • This book is clearly written and well presented.
  • This thriller keeps you on the edge of your seat from the first page.
  • Despite its strange title...
  • The story is based on...
  • The action of this book develops dramatically...
  • This movie has a beautiful message in it.
  • I was so absorbed in this book that...
  • It is unputdownable.
  • I found the book rather boring and predictable...
  • What differentiates these two films is...
  • I recommend it to anyone who...
  • This film has an unexpected ending.
  • My first impression was that...
  • I can thoroughly recommend it to anyone who...
  • absorbing
  • compelling
  • sophisticated
  • amateurish
  • a page-turner
  • a writer of distinction
  • an extraordinary drama
  • moving
  • excruciating
  • amusing
  • a blood-dripping horror
  • superb
  • packed with thrilling scenes
  • disappointing
  • utterly enchanting
  • fairly entertaining
  • humourless
  • spectacular effects
  • predictable/unpredictable
  • over-hyped

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Rozprawka:
  • First of all...
  • Finally...
  • On the other hand...
  • What is more...
  • Despite the fact that...
  • I think that...
  • In my opinion...
  • First of all I would like to consider...
  • I am of the opinion that...
  • However, ...
  • Apart from that...
  • I am sure that...
  • In conclusion...
  • To sum up/To sum it all up...
  • All in all...

^ powrót do góry

Opowiadanie:
  • Suddenly I heard something strange...
  • Prior to this.../Before this...
  • While this was happening...
  • As it turned out...
  • initially
  • then
  • meanwhile
  • first
  • simultaneously

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Opis miejsca, osoby, sytuacji, opis obrazka:
  • In the picture you can see... (zwróć uwagę na przedimek - "in" a nie "on"
  • The picture describes/shows...
  • The picture shows a scene from...
  • The picture inspires the viewer to think about his childhood...
  • In the foreground I can see.../In the foreground there is...
  • In the background I can see.../In the background there is...
  • In the upper part...
  • In the lower part...
  • In the left part...
  • In the right part...
  • In the central part...
  • Here is another picture.
  • At the first glimpse...
  • The viewer's attention is focused on...
  • The picture makes the viewer feel very happy...
  • It's an image of and old woman who...
  • Next to it there is.../Next to it we can see...
  • On entering this building you see...
  • A few steps further there is...
  • On the left/right there is...
  • It appears to me that...
  • In my opinion this place is worth a visit...
  • landscape painting
  • stunning
  • overwhelming
  • expressive
  • daylight
  • bird's eye view
  • portrait
  • breathtaking views
  • vivid
  • artificial light

^ powrót do góry

List nieformalny:
  • I'm writing to apologise about...
  • It was very nice to hear from you...
  • It was very kind of you to write.
  • Many thanks for your letter.../Thanks for the letter...
  • I'm sorry for the delay in answering your letter but I've been very busy. (zwróć uwagę na skróty używane w listach nieformalnych, których nie używamy w formalnych pismach)
  • Why don't you come for the summer?
  • I'd be grateful if you could...
  • This is just to let you know that...
  • Looking forward to seeing you...
  • I'm looking forward to our meeting.

^ powrót do góry

List formalny:
  • I am writing to complain about...
  • I would like to have further information about...
  • I look forward to hearing from you.
  • I look forward to our meeting...
  • I would appreciate an early reply.
  • You may reach me at the above phone number...

^ powrót do góry

Ostatnia aktualizacja listy zwrotów na pisemną i ustną maturę: 28 kwietnia 2014 r.