Aptis Costa Rica

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Wilfred Hunt School
Wilfred Hunt School

Espacio en Costa Rica para compartir ejercicios, vocabulario y dar consejos sobre el Examen Oficial APTIS.

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& Grammar explanation. Utilizamos “so” (tan, así, entonces) y “such” (semejante, tal, tan, tanto) para añadir énfasis, mostrar sentimientos extremos o para dar la opinión sobre algo. La diferencia entre los dos está en cómo los utilizamos en la formación de las frases.


& Grammar explanation.
We can use linking words like 'because' or 'since' or 'due to' to do this. We can use these words at the beginning or in the middle of a sentence. They are used in front of a clause (a clause has at least a subject and a verb that agrees with the subject). They go before the reason.


& Grammar. Inmediate FUTURE expressions.


& Vocabulary and . Collocations with DRAW Español - Inglés.


& Free Grammar explanation:
- The gerund is a verb which is used as if it were a noun. Since it is a verb, it can not be qualified by an adjective, nor preceded by an article, but, like other forms of the verb, it can be modified by an adverb and take a complement .
- A verbal noun is a noun formed from a verb; some verbal nouns end in -ing. Verbal nouns, like other nouns, can take a determiner, and be qualified by adjectives.
- A participle is an adjective or part of a participial phrase qualifying a noun or a pronoun. (Examples 5 et 6). The present participle is also used in the progressive aspect of verb tenses.


& Grammar and Use of English. 'ON time': puntualmente; a tiempo; a la hora acordada/programada. 'IN time': con tiempo suficiente; con antelación; antes de que se haga tarde.


& Vocabulary. Phrasal Verbs related to Health English - Spanish.


& Vocabulary and . En inglés usamos el Past Subjunctive con la expresión “IT'S TIME...” para decir: “YA VA SIENDO HORA DE QUE...”


& Euroidiomas Escuela de Idiomas. Cómo usar los días de la semana en Inglés. What's your fave day of the week?


& Grammar explanation. The word "ain't" is a contraction for am not, is not, are not, has not, and have not in the common English language vernacular. Ain't is commonly used by many speakers in oral and informal settings, especially in certain regions and dialects.


& Vocabulary and .
Binomial expressions are common English phrases that include a pair of words usually joined by “and” or “or” (e.g. black and white, plain and simple, more or less). The order of the words is usually fixed, and they are a single chunk of English vocabulary.


& Vocabulary and Grammar. SUFFIX -LESS. an adjective suffix meaning “without” (childless; peerless), and in adjectives derived from verbs, indicating failure or inability to perform or be performed (resistless; tireless).


& Grammar explanation. When we add -ever after what, which, when, where, who or how, we are referring to one element and to every element described by the question word at the same time, it doesn’t matter which. For example, if we say, ‘You can sit wherever you want’, we mean that you can sit in some place and that this place can be any of all the available places, it doesn’t matter which.


& Writing. TIPS for an informal email.
Aptis Writing part 4


& Vocabulary and . Common collocations with TAKE.
A collocation is a group of two or more words that are almost always put together to create a specific meaning. Using a different combination of words sounds unnatural or awkward.


& Grammar explanation. Connectors of Cause and Effect. Las linking words of cause introducen una oración que habla de la causa o la razón por la cual ocurre una acción; mientras que las linking words of result introducen la oración que expresa la consecuencia o efecto provocado por la causa.


& Grammar and Use of English. ¿Qué significa BUT en inglés? Normalmente, traducimos esta preposición como ‘pero’ en español. Pero puede tener otros significados, como ‘excepto’ y ‘sino’.


& Grammar explanation. How to use PREFER: to like one thing or person better than another; to choose one thing rather than something else because you like it better prefer something “Coffee or tea?” “I'd prefer tea, thanks.” I much prefer jazz to rock music. I would prefer it if you didn't tell anyone.


& Vocabulary. Everyday vs. Every day–What's the Difference?


& . Adjectives about FOOD. How do you prefer it??


& SILENT LETTERS: English is a language which seems easy to learn, but at times you may find it difficult and confusing. Especially, when it comes to pronunciation, many of us face difficulty. Because we often don’t spell a word the same way as we pronounce it. This generally happens with silent letters. The letters in words that are not pronounced but make a huge difference to the meaning, are called the silent letters.


& Vocabulary and Grammar explanation:
Too + Adjective
It is only used in negative situations. It's too cold in this room, close the door. I'm too tired to play football tonight. She said she was too old to go to nightclubs.


& explanation. Prepositions of time are used to show when something happened. The three most common prepositions (“in”, “at”,“on”) can be used both as prepositions of place or time.


& Grammar explanation. Adjectives + Prepositions 3. Some adjectives go with certain prepositions. There are no grammatical rules for which preposition is used with which adjective, so it's a good idea to try to learn them together. To help you do this, write new vocabulary in your notebook in a sentence or phrase.


& Grammar explanation. PASSIVE with TWO OBJECTS. There are some verbs which can take two objects. Some of these verbs are: bring, get, give, make, offer, promise, send, show, etc.
With these verbs, it is possible to make two different passive sentences because you can use either of the two objects as the subject of the passive sentence.


& Grammar explanation. La forma BE ABLE TO se usa en inglés para hablar de habilidades y también para hablar de tener los recursos para hacer algo. Esta expresión tiene dos posibles traducciones en español: SER CAPAZ DE y PODER.


& Grammar explanation. Adjectives + Prepositions 2. Adjectives and Prepositions Combinations! List of Collocation Examples!


& Grammar explanation. Adjectives + Prepositions 1. Some adjectives go with certain prepositions. There are no grammatical rules for which preposition is used with which adjective, so it's a good idea to try to learn them together. To help you do this, write new vocabulary in your notebook in a sentence or phrase.


Reading part 2. In Part Two of the Aptis Reading Test you have to do two tasks of the same type: text cohesion. We will post the answers tomorrow.

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