D1-The-Ultimate-Student’s-Guide-to-Preparing-for-the-AP-Spanish-Language-Exam-v2.pdf

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AP Spanish Language Vocabulary: 50 Words You Need to Know for a 5 Image Source: Pixabay By the time you are sitting down to take the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in May, you will likely have taken anywhere from two to five years of Spanish classes. Throughout those years, you have learned countless vocabulary words, from the basics of describing yourself to the various food groups and even travel words. Naturally, it is difficult to determine which words are important to know for the exam. Here’s a list of 50 AP Spanish vocabulary words to add to your repertoire to push you one step closer to a 5! Each word is followed by a short example showing how it is used in a natural context. 63 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected]
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AP Spanish Language Vocabulary: 50 Words You Need to Know for a 5 Cont. 64 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Transition Words One of the most daunting aspects of the exam are the two written tasks, but these transition words can be used to strengthen your essays and are a great addition to an AP Spanish vocabulary list. 1. No obstante nevertheless • Hay mucha nieve afuera. No obstante, hace calor por dentro. • There is a lot of snow outside. Nevertheless, it is warm inside. 2. Por lo tanto therefore Quiero obtener un 5 en mi examen de AP Spanish. Por lo tanto voy a estudiar todos los días. • I want to get a 5 on my AP Spanish exam. Therefore, I will study every day. 3. Desarrollar to develop Planeo desarrollar tres puntos. • I plan to develop three points. 4. De hecho in fact • De hecho, hay muchos cambios en nuestra tecnología. • In fact, there are a lot of changes in our technology. 5. En cambio in contrast Yo, en cambio, preferiría un gato, no un perro. • I, in contrast, would prefer a cat, not a dog.
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AP Spanish Language Vocabulary: 50 Words You Need to Know for a 5 Cont. 65 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] 6. En realidad actually • En realidad, los cambios no son tan mal. • In reality, the changes are not that bad. 7. Además moreover • Este cuadro tiene muy colores y además es muy expresivo. • This painting has a lot of colors and moreover is very expressive. 8. En pocas palabras in short / in a few words • Quiero contarte la historia en pocas palabras. • I want to tell you the story in a few words. 9. Por otro lado on the other hand • Es una casa bonita. Por otro lado, está en una calle ruidosa. • It’s a pretty house. On the other hand, it is on a loud street. 10. Por supuesto of course • Por supuesto es importante que estudiar. • Of course it is important to study. 11. Por ejemplo for example • Hoy, por ejemplo, el clima está nublado.
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