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

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45. Merecer to deserve • Este logro merece atención especial. • This accomplishment deserves special attention. 46. Perdurar to remain • Cultura rural y antigua perdura en partes de Perú. • Ancient rural culture remains in parts of Peru.
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AP Spanish Language Vocabulary: 50 Words You Need to Know for a 5 Cont. 72 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] 47. Destacar to stand out • Es un hombre que destaca por su altura. • He is a man who stands out because of his height. 48. Concordar to agree • Concordan con la mayoría de la lectura. • They agree with most of the lecture. 49. Comprobar to prove • Es importante comprobar su punto en un ensayo. • It is important to prove your point in an essay. 50. Ponderar to analyze • Él pondera la cuestión durante una hora. • He analyzed the question for an hour. This is, of course, by no means an extensive list of words to know, but knowing these words, as well as reviewing crucial culture and grammar points, can put you one step closer to getting the score you want on the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam. Let us know: are there any other words you think are crucial to know?
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How Long is the AP Spanish Language Exam?: Tips to Manage Your Time for a 5 500 million people around the world speak Spanish, making it the second largest native language and the second most used language for international communication. The AP Spanish Language Exam tests the user’s proficiency in understanding how to read, write, and communicate in Spanish. There has been an increase in the number of test takers for the AP Spanish Language Exam in the last year, with about only 28% of those students scoring a 5. This three-hour exam can be daunting to face straight on without the proper preparation. If you’re wondering, “How long is the AP Spanish Language Exam?” you should continue reading so that you’ll know when the exam comes around. After reading these tips, you can manage your time and be on the path to earning a 5! 73 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected]
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How Long is the AP Spanish Language Exam?: Tips to Manage Your Time for a 5 Cont. 74 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] AP Spanish Language Exam Format AP Spanish Language Exam Duration: 3 hours Section I: Multiple choice 65 questions | 1 hour 35 minutes Section II: Free response 4 tasks | 1 hour 28 minutes Part A: 30 questions | 40 minutes Part A: 70 minutes Print texts Email reply (1 prompt; 15 minutes) Part B: 35 questions | 55 minutes Persuasive essay (1 prompt; 55 minutes total: 15 to read sources and 40 minutes to write) Print and audio texts (combined) Part B: 18 minutes Audio texts only Conversation (5 prompts; 20 seconds for each response) Cultural comparison (1 prompt; 4 minutes to prepare, 2 minutes to respond) How long is the AP Spanish Language Exam? Good question, for now. The AP Spanish Language Exam is about three hours long with two sections that each count for 50% of the exam score. The sections are as follows:
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