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    (Original post by Elcor)
    Good luck having tutorials with this guy

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    Supervisions? :lol:
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    (Original post by cerlohee)
    Supervisions? :lol:
    Oh lol yeah
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    That's very much true.
    Let's be honest we don't need to be enemies to motivate us to do well. We all have our own aspiration in life and hopefully we both achieve ours not as enemies but as friends.
    Nah that's boring

    Although I prefer you without the London speak

    (dw, I'm not actually looking for enemies)
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    How I wish there was a Mandarin gcse (at my schools)
    Oh no you don't, Chinese at school was terrible.

    We had a class of 30 for year 7-9 and it was supposedly the smartest 30 in the year at languages, with many not wanting to do Chinese. We spent the years having paper ball fights and illegally watching Chinese films with subtitles (including Mulan). We had a new Chinese teacher each year and none were any good at controlling classes.

    For gcse most people dropped it, I was one of 6 and we had to be taught by a Chinese language assistant after school. We did get the top class results, with 5A* and 1A but it probably wasn't worth it.

    The year below mine was the last year to take Chinese as all year groups had similar problems


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Nah that's boring

    Although I prefer you without the London speak

    (dw, I'm not actually looking for enemies)
    Is man vexing you with london speak.


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    Oh no you don't, Chinese at school was terrible.

    We had a class of 30 for year 7-9 and it was supposedly the smartest 30 in the year at languages, with many not wanting to do Chinese. We spent the years having paper ball fights and illegally watching Chinese films with subtitles (including Mulan). We had a new Chinese teacher each year and none were any good at controlling classes.

    For gcse most people dropped it, I was one of 6 and we had to be taught by a Chinese language assistant after school. We did get the top class results, with 5A* and 1A but it probably wasn't worth it.

    The year below mine was the last year to take Chinese as all year groups had similar problems


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    Out of interest, was GCSE Mandarin solid for people who had no background of the language? I definitely wish my school did it!
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    (Original post by Mini-Me)
    Oh no you don't, Chinese at school was terrible.

    We had a class of 30 for year 7-9 and it was supposedly the smartest 30 in the year at languages, with many not wanting to do Chinese. We spent the years having paper ball fights and illegally watching Chinese films with subtitles (including Mulan). We had a new Chinese teacher each year and none were any good at controlling classes.

    For gcse most people dropped it, I was one of 6 and we had to be taught by a Chinese language assistant after school. We did get the top class results, with 5A* and 1A but it probably wasn't worth it.

    The year below mine was the last year to take Chinese as all year groups had similar problems


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    That sounds like a tame version of my Welsh classes

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    Is man vexing you with london speak.


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    Ye fam
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    (Original post by DomStaff)
    Out of interest, was GCSE Mandarin solid for people who had no background of the language? I definitely wish my school did it!
    Sorry what do you mean by solid?


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    (Original post by Mini-Me)
    Sorry what do you mean by solid?


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    Difficult
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    Finally done. I shall literally do nothing for ages.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Finally done. I shall literally do nothing for ages.


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    Inshallah you've done well
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    Inshallah you've done well
    Not a Muslim but hopefully we all do enough for our offers


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    People like me. What category do I fall under mate.


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    Lol
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    (Original post by MathMeister)
    Lol
    What's funny
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    What's funny
    nvm

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    (Original post by MathMeister)
    nvm

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    Na na don't be shy if you have something to say please say it.
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    Na na don't be shy if you have something to say please say it.
    Effin agressive m8?
    other guy was bumlickin him
    he said what group do i belong
    which is quite funny
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    (Original post by MathMeister)
    Effin agressive m8?
    other guy was bumlickin him
    he said what group do i belong
    which is quite funny
    Why is that funny fam.
    You have some explaining to do.
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    (Original post by MathMeister)
    Effin agressive m8?
    other guy was bumlickin him
    he said what group do i belong
    which is quite funny
    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    Why is that funny fam.
    You have some explaining to do.
    What exactly is going on in this thread?
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    (Original post by alow)
    What exactly is going on in this thread?


    Beef ting


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