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Bonne chance à touuuuuus
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Uuugh i am soooo nervous, i just started revision an hour ago . Good luck everyone
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How was it everyone. I thought it was good , chose the music essay. The structure of the paper was rather different what do you think
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That was THE most horrific paper I have ever sat. The essays were good but the everything else was AWFUL!!! Please someone say that they agree?????
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(Original post by safhassan)
How was it everyone. I thought it was good , chose the music essay. The structure of the paper was rather different what do you think
It was a reasonable paper, however my computer froze during the third listening exercise, which was rather distracting. The structure was a bit different to previous papers, as was the front of the paper.
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Overall, it went pretty well

Reading = That first question threw me, was not expecting that xD but it was fairly easy

Writing = Chose the family disputes question and I'm hoping I did well, threw in future, near future, subjunctive, conditional etc. whether its accurate or not, I have no idea

Listening = When I started it, it was absolutely horrific. Sometimes, the speaker just spoke in garbled French and there were some occasions when I couldnt get the answer because there was that one word which they pronounced awkwardly. The second time, I felt I could understand it better, but good choice to do it at the end.
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What did you all get for the advantages of being single/married?
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(Original post by IKEAPanda37)
Overall, it went pretty well

Reading = That first question threw me, was not expecting that xD but it was fairly easy

Writing = Chose the family disputes question and I'm hoping I did well, threw in future, near future, subjunctive, conditional etc. whether its accurate or not, I have no idea

Listening = When I started it, it was absolutely horrific. Sometimes, the speaker just spoke in garbled French and there were some occasions when I couldnt get the answer because there was that one word which they pronounced awkwardly. The second time, I felt I could understand it better, but good choice to do it at the end.
Do you still remember what you got for the first listening question?
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Does any of you remember what you got in any questions in the exam?
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Does any of you remember what you got in any questions in the exam?
Briefly, which questions did you want to compare?
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Good bye university after that paper
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Ok so if i remember the 1st one i wrote that the advantages of being single was the salary , if youre messy you can leave things around , if youre organised you can find everything where you placed them and you can eat all you want without feeling any guilt
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(Original post by alexward.9)
Briefly, which questions did you want to compare?

First set of questions in general. The first and the third question.
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Does anyone remember their answers for the close sentences? Ex 9
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I put:
- Freedom
- You have your own salary to spend by yourself
- You can be more organised
- You can eat whatever you want

But I'm awful at listening
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Does anyone remember their answers for the close sentences? Ex 9
Is that the gap fill one?
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First set of questions in general. The first and the third question.
I got that the advantages of being single are:
You can spend your money on only yourself
You can eat what you like
If you're organised you can find your things
You can meet with who you like
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(Original post by IKEAPanda37)
Is that the gap fill one?
Yep. I remember voyons, mènent, soit, augmenter, traditionnelle, and one in the future tense.
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(Original post by alexward.9)
I got that the advantages of being single are:
You can spend your money on only yourself
You can eat what you like
If you're organised you can find your things
You can meet with who you like
It was only three marks for that one, wasn't it?
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Does anybody remember what they got for the TRUE/FALSE question?
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