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    (Original post by DanSmeaton)
    No sonneries wasn't the one I got stuck on. I knew the meaning of that. I can't remember what the one I didn't know was
    Was it how there was 'There is the risk of theft' and then followed by 'There are dangers when driving' because one was 'vol' and one was 'volant'. This confused me but I eventually worked it out
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    (Original post by elliebray)
    (hi all!)

    the uniform one they were asking if they had positive or negative opinions (or both) on uniform

    I thought so, what did you put for the one on the top of the page on the right, i put N but i don't know :/ it didnt seem to be explicitly about uniform
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    (Original post by William24)
    For the one about seeing each other again the statement in the box said 'They never saw each other again' and I put F because I'm sure in the last paragraph it talked about a month after or something and how it's a true love story or something like that.
    Yeahhhh I think I'm like the only one who put vrai for that. I thought it said that it didn't really work out between them.
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    Did anyone else do the cinema essay??
    I thought it was a nice exam and the essays were all great!!


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    Dat vacances essay. :sexface:
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    first question i got feeling lonely, tension with parents and school, then i got a girl died, she drank a large quantity of alcohol, she was only 12, then i got addiction, violence, road accidents, unprotected sexual relations, then for grammar got "s'agir, grandissant, pourront, aient, positive, éviterait, monoparentales, compris not sure about the other two, for the senegalese person i put (in french)"it's about a man lviing with aids", "people rarely talk about this illness" "a family wanted to watch a soap but there was an electricty failure and a young boy broke the tv" and "a boy wrote a letter to the presdient to ban all sweet" and "senegalese cinema has a great future as there are studios and the population is "en marche",
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    holiday essay i did 3 advantages (escape from daily life/stress, culture, fun) and 2 disadvantages (cost and bad for environment)
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    (Original post by frog69)
    first question i got feeling lonely, tension with parents and school, then i got a girl died, she drank a large quantity of alcohol, she was only 12, then i got addiction, violence, road accidents, unprotected sexual relations, then for grammar got "s'agir, grandissant, pourront, aient, positive, éviterait, monoparentales, compris not sure about the other two, for the senegalese person i put (in french)"it's about a man lviing with aids", "people rarely talk about this illness" "a family wanted to watch a soap but there was an electricty failure and a young boy broke the tv" and "a boy wrote a letter to the presdient to ban all sweet" and "senegalese cinema has a great future as there are studios and the population is "en marche",
    Why does everyone think it was she was 12 years old. I thought it said 'Elle n'aurait pas douze ans' meaning literally 'She had not 12 years' as in 'She wasn't 12'? I agree with you for all the other ones though
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    (Original post by William24)
    Why does everyone think it was she was 12 years old. I thought it said 'Elle n'aurait pas douze ans' meaning literally 'She had not 12 years' as in 'She wasn't 12'? I agree with you for all the other ones though
    she said elle n'avait QUE douze ans (ne que means only)
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    (Original post by frog69)
    she said elle n'avait QUE douze ans (ne que means only)


    Thank god
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    (Original post by frog69)
    she said elle n'avait QUE douze ans (ne que means only)
    Aaaaaaahhhhh I missed the que part! Oh well
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    Was the very first alcohol one feeling alone or wanting to get drunk? Because seul and saoule sound pretty similar :P
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    ugh I completely forgot to write about the economy in my holidays essay, that's the most obvious thing, oh well think I wrote enough other points
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    Can anyone remember what the questions or answers were for the positive and negative bit???
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    How many sides did people write for their essay?
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    (Original post by sh7171)
    How many sides did people write for their essay?
    Five.
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    By the way, does anyone here know what the approximate grade boundaries are for this exam in terms of marks or percentages?
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    (Original post by Pharaoh96)
    Was the very first alcohol one feeling alone or wanting to get drunk? Because seul and saoule sound pretty similar :P
    I don't think it matters what order you put them in does it?
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    Answers to positive/negative uniform question? don't think I did very well on this exam
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    (Original post by DanSmeaton)
    By the way, does anyone here know what the approximate grade boundaries are for this exam in terms of marks or percentages?
    85/110 marks I think
 
 
 
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