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

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126 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Day Three Time for some more frq practice. Today, do question 3 from 2014, 3 from 2015, and 4 from 2016 from the CollegeBoard website . Since there are 3 questions, look over all of them, but only fully answer two of them. Again, since these are speaking questions, make sure you record your answers so you can go over them later. Carefully compare your answers with the key and make any notes or revisions necessary. Then, if you need to, spend a bit more time today reviewing any grammar topics that confuse you or that you are not completely confident in. Complete your study session by listening to whatever Spanish resources you would like and reviewing some vocabulary. Day Four For today, start working on the last theme for the exam, Beauty and Aesthetics. Like before, choose a topic under the theme and answer at least 15 of the questions. For more reading comprehension practice if you still feel a little weak in the topic, aim to answer 20 or more. Aim for at least 10 of these questions to come from the “difficult” section. Visit BBC Mundo again today and listen to news stories on whatever interests you. Then, for some writing practice, try to summarize one of the stories you heard. Finally, do some vocabulary review to finish today’s review session. Day Five It’s the last day of multiple choice review for this study schedule (although more practice is always encouraged)! Choose another topic and, depending on your level of comfort with reading comprehension, answer anywhere from 15 to 20+ questions today.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 127 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] For practice, listen to the poem “ Instantes ” and use the incorporated conditional practice. Also make note of any vocabulary from the poem that you do not understand. Finally, record a short audio summary of the poem, trying to use the conditional tense as well. Day Six To finish your frq review for this theme, do question 4 from the 2014 exam on the CollegeBoard website then do some listening practice using whatever resource you would like and review today’s vocabulary words. Since there was only one frq question, either take the rest of the day off or use it to practice some last grammar topics that you are not completely confident on. Either use your textbook or this website for your grammar review. Regardless, only do an hour maximum of revision today and give yourself the opportunity to relax. Day Seven Congratulations on completing this intensive 4 week AP Spanish Language study guide! By this point, you should have a good grasp of the topics covered on the exam and comprehension, both reading and listening, should be much easier. If you’d like, take the day to review anything on your “Topics to Review” page and look over all the vocabulary you have learned so far.
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