Angol emelt szintű érettségi feladat -

Nyelvhelyesség - Task 1

Angol emelt szintű érettségi, 2011. május

You are going to read a part of a travel brochure advertising Ireland. Some words are missing from the text. Use the words in brackets to form the words that fit in the gaps (1-10). Then write the appropriate form of these words in the boxes. There might be cases when you do not have to change the word in brackets. Use only one word for each gap. Click on the button "Check answers" when you have entered all your answers. If you make a mistake, please try again: you must find all the correct answers to complete this task. If you are stuck, click on "Give me a letter" to get a free letter - but you'll lose points.
Irish culture is rich in its (1) (diverse). A holiday in Ireland allows one to experience a culture deeply steeped in history. This history is reflected in the warm (2) (hospitable), underrated delicious traditional dishes, brilliant music, and beautiful landscape.
Whether enjoying breakfast at a B&B, downing a pint or two in a pub, experiencing the local artists, or hiking along a seaside cliff, it is hard not to feel a part of the (3) (drama) culture and rich history that is Ireland. Understanding the history of Ireland ensures a deeper (4) (appreciate) of the ancient monuments found there today.
The reputation of the "Friendly Irish" is not a myth. You will nearly always find a hand outstretched with the (5) (greet) "how are you?"
Without any doubt pubs are the main places for (6) (social) in Ireland. You can drink, eat, dance there, join in a sing-song or listen to a group of (7) (music). Food in pubs, known as "pub grub" is generally good and the prices are (8) (reason).
Although Gaelic and English are both the (9) (office) languages of Ireland less than 5% of the population use Gaelic on a (10) (day) basis. In Irish schools Gaelic is (11) (obligation) and currently there is a renewed interest in the language.

Utolsó módosítás: 2011. 05. 12.