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I need to learn a 250 word speech in French for tomorrow... watch

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    (Original post by xxEcchiMasterxx)
    Pretty sure that's french i was speaking. My grandmother who lived in the Tuscany part of France taught me this french when i was growing up
    Sure :rolleyes:
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    you didn't even notice the sarcasm part, because what you said basically means "hello my friend" and not "how are you" ..
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Sure :rolleyes:
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    you didn't even notice the sarcasm part, because what you said basically means "hello my friend" and not "how are you" ..
    Why would i ask you how u r when i dont even know you crepe, someone ban this guy
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    (Original post by xxEcchiMasterxx)
    Why would i ask you how u r when i dont even know you crepe
    Exactly.

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    someone ban this guy
    Waiting for my ban then
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    Try and break it down, either into sentences or smaller chunks. The learn these individually before learning them together, so it makes it more manageable. I used to write mine the night b4 then learn it in the morning, so I'm sure you'll be fine.
    Good luck
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    (Original post by ireallyneedhelpp)
    I need to learn a 250 speech in French for tomorrow and I need to know the best way to remember it, because every way I know is not working!
    Having an English copy alongside can be useful because sometimes its easier to remember it if you actually know what you're saying. Do one line, memorise, then add a line, and keep going. Record yourself and listen to it over and over.
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    (Original post by ireallyneedhelpp)
    I need to learn a 250 speech in French for tomorrow and I need to know the best way to remember it, because every way I know is not working!

    I recommend you log off, because this forum is just wasting your time. The way I did it last year was the keep repeating sentences or part sentences until I knew them without looking, and then build up the whole speech. Also check the pronunciation Good luck.
 
 
 
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