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Aptis Vocabulary Practice: Health and Lifestyle

Aptis Vocabulary Health and Lifestyle

Aptis Vocabulary Practice: Health and Lifestyle

In this day and age, if you had to pick one topic that everyone’s talking about, it must surely be health and lifestyle. Eating well, keeping fit and doing enough exercise is so important for both our physical and our mental health. And of course, it’s another area that’s often tested in many English language exams, including Aptis. So that’s the area we’ve chosen for this set of themed vocabulary tests.

As always, the tests are in the same format as the vocabulary component of the Aptis Core Test so that you get exam practice too.

We recommend you to note down any new vocabulary as you go. This will help you remember words and phrases, and will be useful later when you need to revise for your exam. If you use the new vocabulary in example sentences that are true for you, you’ll find they’ll be more memorable. And check out this video if you want more ideas for memorising lexis.

 

Aptis Vocabulary Test: Health and Lifestyle

Part 1:  Word Pairs

In this part, we’re looking at adjectives related to health and lifestyle. We give you a target word in the following format: ‘training =’. Then you have to select (from a drop-down list) the option that has the most similar meaning to that word in this context; in this case, ‘exercising’.

You have a maximum of 30 seconds per question, as in the official exam. If you take too long, the quiz will automatically finish.

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Vocabulary

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hygienic =

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invigorating =

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active =

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restorative =

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demanding =

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nourishing =

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Part 2:  Word Definitions

Here we’re looking at verbs to do with health and lifestyle. We give you a definition and you have to select a word (from the drop-down list) to match that definition. For example, ‘to focus one’s mind for a period of time in silence is to … meditate’. 

You have a maximum of 30 seconds per question, as in the official exam. If you take too long, the quiz will automatically finish.

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Vocabulary

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to engage regularly in physical exercise for health reasons is to ...

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to stop harmful habits, eg. smoking, is to …

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to inhale and to exhale is to …

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to run at a steady, often slow pace is to

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to extend muscles to improve flexibility is to …

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to unwind in order to reduce stress is to …

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Part 3:  Word Usage

In part three you have to select a word (again from a drop-down list) to complete each sentence correctly. For example, ‘Consuming essential [liquid / nutrients / fruit] helps provide the body with a balanced diet’. The correct answer here is ‘nutrients’.

You have a maximum of 30 seconds per question, as in the official exam. If you take too long, the quiz will automatically finish.

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Vocabulary

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Having regular medical … is important for your health.

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Engaging in leisure activities contributes to overall ... well-being.

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Being outdoors helps you to absorb certain essential ….

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Doing regular exercise ... is essential for maintaining a healthy ….

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Reducing ... intake positively impacts your sleep quality.

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Adopting healthy .., such as regular handwashing, supports overall health.

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Part 4:  Word Combinations

In this part you have to combine words that are often used together; this is called collocation. For example, we say ‘balanced diet’, not ‘equalised diet’.

You have a maximum of 30 seconds per question, as in the official exam. If you take too long, the quiz will automatically finish.

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Vocabulary

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couch +

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gym +

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strenuous +

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sedentary +

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fitness +

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eating +

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work-life +

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You’ll also find loads more practice on all aspects of the Aptis tests in our Guide.

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