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    I'm doing the higher reading and listening for French gcse and I was wondering if I need to learn just the higher vocab or higher and foundation from the specification vocabulary list?


    A lot of the vocal should overlap between the foundation and higher papers- with only more complex words and phrases on the higher paper. Having achieved an A* grade in French GCSE I would strongly recommend you learn both, as the more words you know the easier you'll find the papers

    Hope this helped and good luck with your exams X
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