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What is the best way to do well in French writing test?

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    i have to learn 40 phrases of by heart for a test after the holidays and i was wondering what is the best way for me to learn them?

    i find French to be really difficult.
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    Not all together! Try and learn about 5-6 phrases a day by putting them around the house on post-its or flashcards or just looking and trying to memorise then write and repeat. Write them out in bold/italic or colour and underline the words you miss out easily.

    Good Luck
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    (Original post by books28)
    Not all together! Try and learn about 5-6 phrases a day by putting them around the house on post-its or flashcards or just looking and trying to memorise then write and repeat. Write them out in bold/italic or colour and underline the words you miss out easily.

    Good Luck
    Thanks for your help.

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