Our Aptis for Teachers Vocabulary Tests follow exam format: 25 questions made up of 4 question-types, all especially designed by teachers and for teachers.
Our Aptis for Teachers Vocabulary Tests follow exam format: 25 questions made up of 4 question-types, all set within an educational context.
Aptis Advanced Vocabulary Test consists of 25 questions testing four aspects of vocabulary: word pairs, definitions, usage & combinations. Our tests follow the official format.
We look at the typical uses of ‘get’, an extremely common verb in spoken English. In fact, you hear it in most native-speaker conversations, with a variety of meanings. So let’s practise!
Travel and Holidays are two topics that often come up in Aptis test questions. Practise them here with a variety of short exercises and a mini-test too.
There are no definite rules about using adjectives plus prepositions. You just need to read and practise. It’s another example of collocation, as tested in the Aptis Core Test.
Should I use ‘make’ or’ ‘do’? These verbs are often the same in many European languages, which doesn’t help. Do I make my homework, or do my homework? Find out here!
We make many adjectives from verbs in English. But when do we use the adjective endings ‘ed’ and ‘ing’? Let’s look at common adjectives and how to decide which ending to use.
Practise synonyms and collocatons with our memory games. A fun and memorable way to prepare for two of the question types in the Aptis Vocabulary Test.
We’ve decided to introduce a new section: Get Ready for B1. This will cover lower-level language points and vocabulary areas that students usually study pre-B1.
Talking about likes and dislikes is a typical topic in Part One of the Aptis Speaking tests. So let’s look at how to use the word ‘like’.
Talking about family is a typical topic in Part One of the Aptis Speaking tests and in many other oral exams such as Cambridge B1, Trinity Initial Stage & ISE F.
Get Ready for B1: Comparatives And Superlatives Using comparatives and superlatives is a requirement at B1 level, so we’re going to go over the rules
We look at adverbs and expressions of frequency that describe how often we do an activity. “How often do you …?” is a typical oral exam question, both in Aptis Speaking and other tests.
A compliation of our Aptis Core Test practice for Aptis General, Aptis for Teachers and Aptis Advanced. Test your vocabulary and grammar and check out the differences in language use.