Fluent U is about so much more than videos: You also get access to interactive flashcards and vocab lists, annotated subtitles and personalized quizzes that evolve as you learn.
The immersive, entertaining content makes grammar and vocabulary much more memorable.
This second essay is a little less straightforward, so we’ll walk you through it here. The presentational essay is based on three sources.
The presentational essay tests how well you can draw information from Spanish-language sources, form an argument and write formally.
You can also find some great info on great news outlets, podcasts, You Tube channels and blogs—all in Spanish.
Even following some Spanish Twitter feeds or listening to Spanish music can be a great way to work a little language practice into your day.
But, of course, learning vocabulary is just one way to prepare for the free-response section.
Remember to expose yourself to as many Spanish-language sources as you can before test day, and don’t forget to think critically about those sources as you read them!
Your brain will only concentrate for an hour so after that time limit its pretty much downhill from there.
Allow yourself 20min breaks after each hour and while your revising drink lots of water because as your brain is made up of something like 75% water it will make it easier to take things in.