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’.
In this Aptis for Teachers Speaking test with sample B2 answers we’ve highlighted useful language for you to incorporate in your own responses.
How to write an article is an essential skill for the Aptis Advanced Writing Test, not to mention Cambridge and Trinity B2/C1 exams. We show you how.
John talks you through each part of the Aptis Advanced Writing Test, highlights useful language in the C1 sample answers and gives you advice.
There are three main types of phrasal verbs. We look at the grammar behind using phrasal verbs successfully, and what you need to remember.
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!
This Aptis for Teachers Test is the supplementary version of Speaking Test 3 with sample B2 answers. This time we’ve highlighted grammar and teaching vocabulary.
Our Aptis for Teachers Vocabulary Tests follow exam format: 25 questions made up of 4 question-types, all set within an educational context.
This Aptis Vocabulary Test has 25 questions divided into four mini-tests, one for each type of question you have to answer in this component.
Another Aptis Grammar Test for teachers. All our tests follow the official format: 25 multiple-choice grammar questions with three options to choose from.
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.
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.
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.
Aptis for Teachers Speaking Test 2 with sample B2 answers will help you improve your responses. We also give you lots of ideas for vocabulary and expressions.
How can we remember new words? Making and using mind maps that visually represent information is a great way to memorise vocabulary. We show you how to do it in this video.