A beszédkészség feladatok közül az oldalon megtekinthető egy Vita a vizsgázótárssal, valamint két Kiselődás feladat. A párhuzamba állított humán- és reálmodul Kiselődás feladatokkal a modul kiválasztását könnyítjük meg leendő vizsgázóinknak.
Read this text about recent exhibition and then prepare a 3-4 minute presentation in answer to the question below, using the text as a starting point. You can use ideas from the text but do not quote sentences or give a summary of the article. During the talk you may use the notes you have made but you are not allowed to read them out. You will have 10 minutes to prepare.
Letters and poems written by one of the world's most important abstract painters, Wassily Kandinsky, are to be published in English for the first time. Kandinsky at Tate Modern, which opens in June, is one of the year's most eagerly awaited exhibitions. To accompany the exhibition the Tate today reveals letters sent to Sir Michael Sadler and his son in England that shine a light on the painter's path to abstraction.
In 1911, Kandinsky cheerfully wrote to Sadler Jnr: "The great inner relationship of all arts is coming ever more clearly to light. That is a great joy to me."
Three years later he wrote to Sadler Snr saying the war was a material phase of a more important battle. Kandinsky was in France as the next war drew near. In 1936 he wrote of the changes in Germany and that most of his pictures had been taken down from museum walls. The painter, whose mother was a Muscovite and father a wealthy Siberian tea merchant, became a French citizen in 1939.
Read this text about technical novelties, and then prepare a 3-4 minute presentation in answer to the question below, using the text as a starting point.You can use ideas from the text but do not quote sentences or give a summary of the article. During the talk you may use the notes you have made but you are not allowed to read them out. You will have 10 minutes to prepare.
The idea of wearable computing is appealing. A head-mounted display can show information processed by a small portable computer while speech-recognition software can replace keyboard typing. But how do you move a cursor without holding a mouse?
Simply move those feet, say three researchers working for Hewlett Packard in the UK. A magnetic sensor can be attached to one foot and a transmitter emitting pulsed magnetic signals clipped onto the other one. As the sensor foot is moved around it continually calculates its position relative to the other foot, using these magnetic pulses.
So, moving each foot can correspond to movements of a cursor on the head-mounted display. Foot-twisting can be used for right or left mouse clicks and sliding one foot over the ground can be translated into dragging and dropping. This would allow someone to use a wearable computer while keeping their hands free for other tasks.
Choose two items from your card and put them together with your partner's two choices in a common list of 4. You can also add your own idea. Try to agree on the order of the items on the common list.
Accept your partner's choices if you agree with his / her arguments. If you do not agree, explain why not.