The 3rd conditional is the only one that refers to the past. We use it to talk about past situations that can no longer be changed; hypothetical situations. Practise using it here.
We look at the main uses of the present perfect tense: recent past with present result, experiences, and actions that started in the past and are still continuing now.
There are four main steps to consider when you want to use passive forms. Let’s revise the basics for changing active to passive & vice-versa.
‘Have something done’ (the causative ‘have’) is another passive form. We use it when we arrange (and usually pay) for someone else to do something for us.
We look at the language you need to know at levels B1, B2 & C1, both in terms of functions (what you do with the language) and grammar (which structures you need to use).
We explain more about the Aptis Tests & the Speaking Test format and give you more details about the CEFR, especially levels B1 & B2. Plus useful links to relevant official sites.
Te explicamos más sobre el formato de los exámenes de Aptis General y Aptis for Teachers y la prueba de expresión oral. También te ofrecemos más detalles sobre el MCER, especialmente los niveles B1 y B2, y te proporcionamos enlaces útiles a los sitios oficiales correspondientes.