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How do I remember this passage?

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    Ok so I have my first french exam tomorrow and we have been told to learn a passage 300 words long. Help me please I really need tips on how to memorise it!!!
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    Don't try and learn it all. I think if you are doing GCSE then you are allowed 40 words in the exam (only infinitives and past participles of verbs). Make sure you pick words that set off a trigger and will help you to remember the sentence.

    However, if you don't want to do that, try recording yourself saying the passage in French, then keep on listening to it.

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