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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    That was so i just get in and my maths teacher recommend me to do it. Where u from
    I think it says on my profile famalam


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    I think it says on my profile famalam


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    What sixth form you go
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    What sixth form you go
    What sixth form u go. I go eton college east london


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    What sixth form u go. I go eton college east london

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    LAE
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    LAE
    Stratty boy.


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    Stratty boy.


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    How much u paying at Eton
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    How much u paying at Eton
    I was chatting **** btw. Im sure you caught on the eton college doesnt have an east london branch, atleast i hope you caught on.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I was chatting **** btw. Im sure you caught on the eton college doesnt have an east london branch, atleast i hope you caught on.


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    Wasn't thinking straight all this fasting getting to my head it seems. So where go
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    Wasn't thinking straight all this fasting getting to my head it seems. So where go
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    Full name if that's not too much trouble for you.
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    Full name if that's not too much trouble for you.
    I aint gona tel some stranger.
    In primary school they taught me about stranger danger.

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    I aint gona tel some stranger.


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    Why not
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    that's quite funny
    true though, I wouldn't either
    Stranger danger lol
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    (Original post by Jordan\)
    J'adore ça! En effet, cet été je vais assister à une université d'été à Oxford où je vais étudier la russe, l'italien et le portugais et il faut que j'admette que je peux pa attendre! :ahee:
    Je suis pas sur j'ai compris

    Oxford summer school? And you have to admit? If so, admit = avouer

    So you're going to apply and then not go? :lolwut: or apply and then go, and then say I'm doing Cambridge maths?

    That'd be ****ing amazing though, I'd love that
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    (Original post by MathMeister)
    that's quite funny
    true though, I wouldn't either
    Stranger danger lol
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    Init stranger danger. How did you as maths go?


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Je suis pas sur j'ai compris

    Oxford summer school? And you have to admit? If so, admit = avouer

    So you're going to apply and then not go? :lolwut: or apply and then go, and then say I'm doing Cambridge maths?

    That'd be ****ing amazing though, I'd love that
    admettre also means to admit/confess, as well as avouer, and is more of a 'showy' way to say it when using 'il faut que', especially when speaking, as the subjective 'sounds', whereas the subj of avouer would just be 'il faut que j'avoue', which in an exam oral situation doesn't show off that you know that the subjunctive must be there! & assister means attend and attendre means wait if that's confused you?

    I've already got my place on UNIQ to do Beginners Languages. I'm applying for Maths but that's not to say I can't enjoy languages either!
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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    Learn characters at the same time it makes so much more sense that way, obviously in the short run progress is slower but in the long run much quicker
    It's difficult to try and pick up characters afterwards imo

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    You are Chinese, aren't you?

    Okay, I trust your opinion.
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    Natural sciences at Christs wbu my n1gga
    L'Evil Fish you're in good company
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    (Original post by Jordan\)
    admettre also means to admit/confess, as well as avouer, and is more of a 'showy' way to say it when using 'il faut que', especially when speaking, as the subjective 'sounds', whereas the subj of avouer would just be 'il faut que j'avoue', which in an exam oral situation doesn't show off that you know that the subjunctive must be there! & assister means attend and attendre means wait if that's confused you?

    I've already got my place on UNIQ to do Beginners Languages. I'm applying for Maths but that's not to say I can't enjoy languages either!
    Oooh lol I remember trying to think of words to make it obvious I knew it was subjunctive but now I just let the most natural way come out. Aah, you can't wait. The way to say that is 'Je meurs d'impatience', makes sense now

    Indeed! I once considered AMES! (Along with numerous other degrees but)

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    L'Evil Fish you're in good company
    I read and was hoping troll
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Oooh lol I remember trying to think of words to make it obvious I knew it was subjunctive but now I just let the most natural way come out. Aah, you can't wait. The way to say that is 'Je meurs d'impatience', makes sense now
    Ah yeah, I would usually do that too but after two months of exams and a three hour long French writing exam where I can't just get away with that I've had to get some 'nicer' more sophisticated phrases which just kind of stick with me for a while~ unfortunately exams are more like a game to please the examiner and not just seem 'natural'

    I would use J'attends.. avec impatience but it translates more to 'I am looking forward to..' and all my French friends say je peux pas attendre so it just kind of stuck.
 
 
 
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