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    (Original post by Zarabee)
    The people in Martinique are more open.
    Then I didn't get the second part...
    More laid-back/relaxed :cool:
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    Did anyone get her grandfather was in bad health for question 3 I think it was and for the last question she wanted to go to the USA and better understand English & go abroad to help young people with illnesses


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    Did anyone get her grandfather was in bad health for question 3 I think it was and for the last question she wanted to go to the USA and better understand English & go abroad to help young people with illnesses


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    I got all of that! But she wanted a sabbatical year in either Australia or the USA?..
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    Yeah I got sabbatical x


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    Anyone remember any others?


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    Anyone else write their listening answers on the lined paper instead of below the questions? :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Nfergs)
    Anyone else write their listening answers on the lined paper instead of below the questions? :facepalm:
    Nope, you really aren't meant to do that :O


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    (Original post by weejackie10)
    Nope, you really aren't meant to do that :O


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    Me and another girl in my class ended up doing that since the invigilator didn't bother to tell us where to write our answers... oh well :rolleyes:
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    I didn't think it was ill young people.. thought it was just ill people but could be wrong.

    I said her grandad was ill and couldn't go on long flights, or he didn't like long flights, can't remember.

    The people of Martinique are more open and smiley.. they are not as pressed as people are in Paris.

    I've realised that in the reading I mistook les voisins for les voitures. Oh dear. I had no sleep the night before.
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    (Original post by jadoreétudier)
    I didn't think it was ill young people.. thought it was just ill people but could be wrong.

    I said her grandad was ill and couldn't go on long flights, or he didn't like long flights, can't remember.

    The people of Martinique are more open and smiley.. they are not as pressed as people are in Paris.

    I've realised that in the reading I mistook les voisins for les voitures. Oh dear. I had no sleep the night before.
    I did the exact same thing with les voisins!
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    (Original post by HaggisMuncher23)
    I did the exact same thing with les voisins!
    Glad I'm not the only one! I was such a zombie yesterday.
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    I think they'll be quite lenient anyways. At least it's over no point in worrying about it now!


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    (Original post by weejackie10)
    I think they'll be quite lenient anyways. At least it's over no point in worrying about it now!


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    Actually my French teacher says that the markers are not lenient in the reading or listening. If you use very poor English or the wrong tenses then you simply don't get the mark!
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    Aww sweet, exams over anyway! So roll on summer x


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    Out of curiosity, had anyone actually heard of a Caribbean island called Martinique before this exam? I hadn't
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    (Original post by srm4)
    Out of curiosity, had anyone actually heard of a Caribbean island called Martinique before this exam? I hadn't
    Yes I had, at the start of the year looked at all the exotic islands owned by the french colony, some are beautiful!
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    (Original post by FeelingofSuccess)
    Am I the only one here in 6th year? Hehe
    Nope, I also am
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    See the question about what was there to do for tourists, anyone get boat trips & water sports.
    Then the second part was what was there to do for people who do not enjoy water? What did you get?


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    (Original post by weejackie10)
    See the question about what was there to do for tourists, anyone get boat trips & water sports.
    Then the second part was what was there to do for people who do not enjoy water? What did you get?


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    Nope, I also am
    I got they could go hiking in the mountains but not too sure!

    Oh cool! What are you doing next year?
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    (Original post by srm4)
    Out of curiosity, had anyone actually heard of a Caribbean island called Martinique before this exam? I hadn't
    Yes.
 
 
 
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