I have my French listening paper in a month, and I was just wondering what the key things to look out for are. I've always found the listening quite tricky due to the speed - are there any techniques which can be used to master this paper? Would really like to do well in the last 40% of my GCSE (:
i done standard grade french and for that i listened to LOADS of listening papers then read the transcript paper to identify words that i could not pick out then i learned the words and listened to the paper again, it worked for me also, just make sure you really know your vocab & you should be fine!
I would do a lot of past papers, a good way to know what it's going to be like on the day. Also, listen out for words that you know to try and get the gist of it. Make sure you look out for negatives though, otherwise you could get it all wrong!