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

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For today’s listening task, listen to the song “ La Historia de Juan ”. The website also includes some preterite and imperfect review if you want some more practice on this rather tricky topic. Then, learn today’s 7 new vocabulary words. Day Three Today is your first day of free response question practice. Staying with the Global Challenge theme, go to the CollegeBoard website and complete question 1 from both the 2014 and 2016 frq exams. Once you are done, read over the answer key and make any necessary revision to your answers. Notice that these were both informal writing; we will practice the formal writing and speaking sections later on. Also take some time today to look over the vocabulary you have learned so far to make sure you still remember most of them. If you can, try to incorporate these words whenever you speak or write; it will help you remember them. To round out your day of studying, practice some listening, either on BBC Mundo or another website and learn your 7 vocabulary words.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 120 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Day Four The next three days will be focused on the Science and Technology theme. Look over whatever you have written in your notebook about this topic to get some ideas about topics under this theme. Again, visit the Albert.io study guide page, choose a topic under this theme and do at least 15 of the practice questions. Try to do all of the easy questions and move to medium level questions if you are confident. Then, again in your notebook, write a short paragraph summary of the topic you chose today. Include as many technical or theme-specific words that you can, especially any words you learned from today’s multiple choice practice questions. Make sure to practice listening to Spanish, as well as your vocabulary, using whatever resources you’d like. As mentioned earlier, try to vary where you are getting your listening practice from to hear as many different accents or dialects of Spanish you can find. Day Five Complete your multiple choice practice for Science and Technology by picking another category in the study guide and completing at least 15 questions, more if you would like. Hopefully, reading and understanding has become easier for you. Remember to keep a dictionary on hand and write down any words you don’t understand to add to your daily vocabulary list. If you are still a bit weak on your writing skills, also do some writing practice in your notebook by summarizing the reading you did for your multiple choice questions. Incorporate as many tenses as you can and try to include some new vocabulary words you have learned. Pay attention to accent marks and noun gender as well, but do not stress over these.
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