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which words ar useful to know for the reading and speaking tomorrow?
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je ne sais pas - i dont know
repeat sil vous p'lait - please repeat
gateau - cake
fraise - strawberry
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use memrise french edexcel gcse. look it up on google
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which words ar useful to know for the reading and speaking tomorrow?
is your exam in the morning?
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"mais, je ne sais pas - je ne parler pas français" added at the end of each section, with an awkward laugh in a french accent
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is your exam in the morning?
yh
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is this banter?
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je ne sais pas - i dont know
repeat sil vous p'lait - please repeat
gateau - cake
fraise - strawberry
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does anyone know how to revise for french OCR tomorrow?
I got reading and listening and my knowledge in french is very limited
any resources please?
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(Original post by 1jonam16)
is this banter?
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(Original post by cc16cp02)
use memrise french edexcel gcse. look it up on google
This is really good;
Look at; high frequency words, time expressions and useful adverbs; they're the best
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(Original post by charlotte100200)
This is really good;
Look at; high frequency words, time expressions and useful adverbs; they're the best
any sites or anything?
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not sure what exam board you're on but when i was in gcse i did AQA, their specification for the course on their website had a list of vocab which would come up on the exam and i just learnt the meaning of as many words as i possibly could.

i guess if your exam is tomorrow then the best thing that you can possibly do is just learn topic specific vocab such as animals, environment, buildings, food, jobs etc. hope that helps! some key things that might help is learning negatives like ne ___ que, ne ___ pas, ne ____ plus, ne ____ jamais, or words like mais (but) and cependant (however), as sometimes the examiners will be sneaky and try to trick you by using these, i remember in my gcse mocks these are the things that caught most of my class mates out.

good luck!
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(Original post by mrpaper)
any sites or anything?
I quoted some one else, the website is "memrise"

http://www.memrise.com/course/89149/...cabulary-list/

That's a link the the page i'm using but I'm logged into an account so I'm not sure if it will come up, but trust me, it is super super good
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(Original post by charlotte100200)
I quoted some one else, the website is "memrise"

http://www.memrise.com/course/89149/...cabulary-list/

That's a link the the page i'm using but I'm logged into an account so I'm not sure if it will come up, but trust me, it is super super good
thanks
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does anyone do AQA french??
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