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    (Original post by AlfieH)
    I wrote minosválidos and cenderismo instead of senderismo lol.

    Are they strict on complete accuracy here? I know in the A2 paper in the listening and writing to Spanish you are allowed one letter slip up.
    Normally, they say that if it is understandable to a spanish person then it's ok and 100% accuracy isn't required, but they will require some words to be spelled completely accurately (I reckon they might say Minusválidos has to be correct)
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    Yeah agua is feminine so needs to be followed by fría!
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    (Original post by Yasdyxo)
    The first time I did the exam in year12 i made that same mistake... its gutting after you've realised.

    Anyone remember all the answers?
    1. Last season
    2. bad role models for young girls? blabla
    3. The law was all shops must sell the exact same sizes
    4. Not all shops/ establishments will follow this law

    Urm - dangerous machinery, short breaks, low salaries

    Factories in the areas on the outskirts of the cities

    Read the label before buying an item.
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    (Original post by AlfieH)
    3. The law was all shops must sell the exact same sizes
    4. Not all shops/ establishments will follow this law

    Urm - dangerous machinery, short breaks, low salaries

    Factories in the areas on the outskirts of the cities

    Read the label before buying an item.
    Omg I forgot what etiqueta meant so I wrote guidelines :confused::rolleyes:
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    (Original post by BEARichards)
    Wait but the following noun was plural wasn't it? So is't it the passive and therefore since the noun was plural the verb needs to be put in the third person plural pretirite? I'm probably totally wrong
    I put pusieron toooooo but starting to doubt it
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    (Original post by BEARichards)
    Omg I forgot what etiqueta meant so I wrote guidelines :confused::rolleyes:
    You never know
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    (Original post by student.1997)
    I put pusieron toooooo but starting to doubt it
    I know google translate isn't to be trusted but it puts 'In the 70's jeans came into fashion' to 'En los años 70 los pantalones vaqueros se puso de moda'... Idk

    I put puso
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    (Original post by BEARichards)
    Omg I forgot what etiqueta meant so I wrote guidelines :confused::rolleyes:
    I wrote read where the item is made before buying it... I wish the mark scheme wasnt SO strict
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    Guys what was the answer to the question about where the majority of camp sites are? En las zonas something
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    Think it went well, thank god I saw the question they printed on the back!!!!!!!! The invigilator didn't warn us about it at all
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    (Original post by JontsTheGrape)
    Think it went well, thank god I saw the question they printed on the back!!!!!!!! The invigilator didn't warn us about it at all
    Huh?
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    (Original post by JontsTheGrape)
    Think it went well, thank god I saw the question they printed on the back!!!!!!!! The invigilator didn't warn us about it at all
    i know!!!!!!!!!! had 4 mins left when i realised that... could have been bad ehh?????
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    (Original post by AlfieH)
    3. The law was all shops must sell the exact same sizes
    4. Not all shops/ establishments will follow this law

    Urm - dangerous machinery, short breaks, low salaries

    Factories in the areas on the outskirts of the cities

    Read the label before buying an item.
    pocos descansos=few breaks
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    (Original post by JontsTheGrape)
    Think it went well, thank god I saw the question they printed on the back!!!!!!!! The invigilator didn't warn us about it at all
    ???
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    (Original post by Arcai)
    pocos descansos=few breaks
    I wrote few breaks, but just didn't think it sounded very English so decided to write short breaks, hopefully still gets a mark.
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    (Original post by AlfieH)
    Guys what was the answer to the question about where the majority of camp sites are? En las zonas something
    Zonas Cantábrica
    I didn't put the accent though 😓. Do you think I will still get the mark?
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    (Original post by MMMMM22)
    Zonas Cantábrica
    I didn't put the accent though 😓. Do you think I will still get the mark?
    What is that?!?! I didn't put an accent, that would be very harsh.
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    (Original post by Eleni97)
    Its el Agua so it was frío
    Please take the time to read through earlier posts before making the same incorrect judgement as a few others
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    (Original post by student.1997)
    I put pusieron toooooo but starting to doubt it
    My teacher said pusieron, someone already said that theirs said the same
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    (Original post by Ruperteee)
    Yeah same! I thought it said like a month later they moved in so put verdad
    If i remember correctly it was in future tense and said they were going to live together soon and the recording said that they moved in together 3 months after meeting so the answer was F
 
 
 
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