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

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again and again. Albert.io’s grammar study guide is a great place to start, but also use your own resources to supplement your review. Then, do the daily review tasks. Optionally, continue to watch Extra en Español ; do episodes 5 and 6 today.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 116 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Day Four Review the preterite and imperfect tenses today, especially focusing when to use either one. This is a major problem with a lot of Spanish learners, but you can master it with practice. Besides your textbook and the Albert.io grammar study guide listed above, this is a good resource to practice this distinction. If you want, watch episodes 7 and 8 of Extra en Español . Otherwise, make sure you continue learning 7 new vocabulary words every day and are getting some listening exposure. Day Five Continuing with grammar review, today focus on the future and conditional tenses. Learn the difference between the two as they both refer to the future, but the conditional tense is used for probability whereas the future tense is used for things that will occur. Try to practice a few different problem sets so you completely understand the difference and how to conjugate, especially irregular verbs. Then, optionally, watch episodes 9 and 10 of Extra en Español for your daily listening task, and don’t forget your 7 vocab words for today. Day Six To round out the intensive grammar review, study the subjunctive mood. Some students struggle with the this topic, so take your time with it. Remember, the subjunctive is not a verb tense, it is a mood. That means that it does not refer to a specific point in time, but rather represents doubt in what you are saying. So, because of that, every tense (present, imperfect, conditional, etc.) has a subjunctive mood alternative. If you don’t feel entirely comfortable with this mood before the end of the day, write it down on your “Topics to Review” list and go over it at least once a week until you master it.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 117 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Then, if you want, finish the Extra en Español series with episodes 11 through 13 or use another source of listening practice. Again, write down 7 vocabulary words you do not understand from you listening. Day Seven Today is the last day of your first week of intensive review! Great job so far. On the first day, you looked at the central themes and instructions for the exam on the CollegeBoard website. Today, go back to the website and read over some stellar free response question answers from previous students just like you. Review at least 2 examples of each of the 4 frq question types and focus especially on the grader’s comments below the student’s response. Write down in your notebook what the readers particularly liked. Reading over examples of good responses is the best way to figure out how to get a 5 on the exam, and remember, if they did it, so can you! Starting tomorrow, you will begin working on AP Spanish multiple
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