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    (Original post by IKEAPanda37)
    Hi there

    I've finished AS French and am starting A2 before next year, so I'm also here to help

    I got an A in GCSE French by the way
    hi, how is french a-level like? i have heard it has more cultural stuff than actual french(language)
    btw, congrats on ur A at gcse!
    may i ask what you got in ur AS french if you don't mind?
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    I speak fluent French. Ready to help!

    Top marks in GCSE, AS and A-level french.
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    (Original post by tasha_tah)
    hey evryone.. im a gcse student who studies french for my gcses. i am currently at a grade A/B but need to get up to a grade A*. i just want to ask how many of u are fluent french speakers or know french or have done french so in the future then maybe i can get tips? or it would just be nice to know some french or someone who knows the french language!!
    Hey there! I'm in year 10 as well and have 2 A*s already I will be glad to help you with anything in French
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    (Original post by mediaya)
    hi, how is french a-level like? i have heard it has more cultural stuff than actual french(language)
    btw, congrats on ur A at gcse?
    may i ask what you got in ur AS french if you don't mind?
    Yes, there is quite a lot of cultural stuff at A-level but of course there is still a significant amount of grammar to learn and re-learn. However, AS has easier topics such as TV, music, health, whereas A2 has some very in-depth topics such as racism, pollution, poverty and you have to learn about any 2 of a director/painter/history period/area of France/poet etc.

    Thanks

    I don't find out what I got until August, we would start A2 next year, but we started it early before the summer
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    I speak fluent French. Ready to help!

    Top marks in GCSE, AS and A-level french.
    Wow thanks!

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    (Original post by BhavyaB)
    Hey there! I'm in year 10 as well and have 2 A*s already I will be glad to help you with anything in French
    Thank uuu

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    (Original post by IKEAPanda37)
    Hi there

    I've finished AS French and am starting A2 before next year, so I'm also here to help

    I got an A in GCSE French by the way
    Hey thanks for offering to help too...I'll let u know
    U got a great grade.. well done!!

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    I'm not anywhere near fluent but I did the GCSE this year and I did enjoy French, so if you want to ask me about it you can.

    Good luck with everything
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    (Original post by BhavyaB)
    I did not know this Unicorn >.< Comment ca va?
    A lot of people thought I were something like 16 lol :lol: not my fault if I'm childish :innocent:

    Ça va merci 😽😽 et toi ? Ça fait longtemps ! T'as eu les résultats pour le test de français ?
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    (Original post by niv1234)
    I'm not anywhere near fluent but I did the GCSE this year and I did enjoy French, so if you want to ask me about it you can.

    Good luck with everything
    Thanks!!

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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    A lot of people thought I were something like 16 lol :lol: not my fault if I'm childish :innocent:

    Ça va merci 😽😽 et toi ? Ça fait longtemps ! T'as eu les résultats pour le test de français ?
    I thought u were 16..... But then i read that u went to uni soooo i understood

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    (Original post by mediaya)
    I thought u were 16..... But then i read that u went to uni soooo i understood

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    Hahaha yes most of the people I know here told me the same :mmm:
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    Anyone speak fluent swedish I need help

    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Hahaha yes most of the people I know here told me the same :mmm:
    (Original post by mediaya)
    I thought u were 16..... But then i read that u went to uni soooo i understood

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    (Original post by tasha_tah)
    Thanks!!

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    (Original post by niv1234)
    I'm not anywhere near fluent but I did the GCSE this year and I did enjoy French, so if you want to ask me about it you can.

    Good luck with everything
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    (Original post by ln2u)
    Anyone speak fluent swedish I need help
    Oh no, am so sorry i don't
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    (Original post by ln2u)
    Anyone speak fluent swedish I need help
    I don't either, very sorry :sad:
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    (Original post by mediaya)
    Oh no, am so sorry i don't
    Theres a Swedish woman in my house and I dont know what shes saying
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    I don't either, very sorry :sad:
    Do you want to learn Swedish? I can speak french too in canada we speak all language no really come canada and like a quarter of the population speaks french which is surprising because when you first think of canada you dont think of french and you think of people like justin beiber who mainly speak english but because of the french colony from the french invasion we still speak french in canada and I like that because it means I can communicate with people around the world and not just be restricted to one language.
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    (Original post by ln2u)
    Do you want to learn Swedish? I can speak french too in canada we speak all language no really come canada and like a quarter of the population speaks french which is surprising because when you first think of canada you dont think of french and you think of people like justin beiber who mainly speak english but because of the french colony from the french invasion we still speak french in canada and I like that because it means I can communicate with people around the world and not just be restricted to one language.
    Indeed it's very cool speaking more than one language :3

    Well I can't learn Swedish for now, because I am currently learning Czech. After that I might learn Russian, and/or Spanish. I loooove languages :love:

    What languages can you speak :3 ?
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Indeed it's very cool speaking more than one language :3

    Well I can't learn Swedish for now, because I am currently learning Czech. After that I might learn Russian, and/or Spanish. I loooove languages :love:

    What languages can you speak :3 ?
    Wow! It's great that ur learning these languages...it's actually amazing

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    (Original post by tasha_tah)
    Wow! It's great that ur learning these languages...it's actually amazing

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    I am not, I mean I am currently learning Czech, the others are just on the list :yep:
    I do speak a few languages tho, I'm fluent in French, English, Arabic, I understand German to some extent, and ofc I'm learning Czech. I am just in love with languages :moon:
 
 
 
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