I'm heading into Year 12 in September and will be studying French as one of my A-Level options. As the new French syllabus is being taught from September onwards, different topics and themes will be covered, which will be specifically featured in new textbooks for the subject.
Due to these new textbooks being quite expensive to buy, I was wondering whether it would still be worth purchasing a used French textbook which covered the previous syllabus because, despite new topics being covered in the upcoming syllabus, French cannot change too much as it requires comprehension of the language, just like the English language. Anyway, the used textbook I was looking at only costs £3, but the new specification was quite confusing to look at on the AQA website with regard to the topics and themes being part of the syllabus, hence why I don't know how different/similar it is to the old syllabus (as covered in a textbook I'd like to get).
Sorry for the lengthy post, but thanks to all who reply!
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