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    Soo...what was the peindre conjugation?? Anyone??

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    (Original post by AJtheconfusedcat)
    Soo...what was the peindre conjugation?? Anyone??

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    i think it was peint not peindu i put it worng (past participle)
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    (Original post by anonymous69234)
    i think it was peint not peindu i put it worng (past participle)
    Oh I put peint but I though it was supposed to be peindu?

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    (Original post by anonymous69234)
    i think it was peint not peindu i put it worng (past participle)
    (Original post by AJtheconfusedcat)
    Oh I put peint but I though it was supposed to be peindu?

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    It was peint
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    Is there a rule for peindre or is it just to knowi?t
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    (Original post by Babyoleg)
    Is there a rule for peindre or is it just to knowi?t
    it follows the pattern of verbs like craidre
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    (Original post by Babyoleg)
    Is there a rule for peindre or is it just to knowi?t
    I put peint as a complete guess!
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    (Original post by Sgp0910)
    Thought the reading was hard, especially that question where you had to join the sentences up... For the synonym one I put : (not in order)
    Trouver : découvrir
    Maigrir : perdre du poids
    Confiant : être sûr
    Vraiment : réellement
    Initiés : acceptés?

    Can't remember anymore
    I thought the close test was hard, I missed the pluperfect devenir and guessed the être to be soit
    for découvrir I put chercher
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    (Original post by Sweetysarahbee)
    for découvrir I put chercher
    same... was it chercher not cherche(with an accent on the last e)???
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    (Original post by woopwoopwoopwoop)
    same... was it chercher not cherche(with an accent on the last e)???
    yeah cherche with an accent on the e
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    (Original post by Sweetysarahbee)
    yeah cherche with an accent on the e
    That probably means we're wrong because the question was "Trouver" wasn't it? Cherche with the accent isn't an infinitive :eek::eek::eek:
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    (Original post by woopwoopwoopwoop)
    That probably means we're wrong because the question was "Trouver" wasn't it? Cherche with the accent isn't an infinitive :eek::eek::eek:
    Oh yeahh your right it is chercher if it was trouver
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    (Original post by Sweetysarahbee)
    Oh yeahh your right it is chercher if it was trouver
    But chercher means 'to look for' whereas decouvert means found/discovered which is more similar to trouver isn't it?

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    (Original post by AJtheconfusedcat)
    But chercher means 'to look for' whereas decouvert means found/discovered which is more similar to trouver isn't it?

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    Ngl it seems like they should accept both if they were between the two either side (I can't remember whether they were or not but it said the words were in order) because http://www.synonymo.fr/synonyme/trouver so that would seem a little unfair
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    (Original post by woopwoopwoopwoop)
    That probably means we're wrong because the question was "Trouver" wasn't it? Cherche with the accent isn't an infinitive :eek::eek::eek:
    Don't think it'll matter whether you used the conjugated version from the paragraph or turned it into an infinitive. I'm pretty sure they just said to find the expression so both will do.
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    (Original post by neil20143)
    Don't think it'll matter whether you used the conjugated version from the paragraph or turned it into an infinitive. I'm pretty sure they just said to find the expression so both will do.
    I found this exam way harder than all the past papers - does anyone agree?
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    I don't do AS French, but based on these replies, it doesn't look particularly difficult...

    It may be worth mentioning that I speak French fluently anyway.

    Although, as I'm taking it next year...

    I saw on the first page some cultural topics, such as Jean De Florette, L'Occupation etc.

    Are these ones that are part of the exam board or do you get to choose them? Because, franchement, I would LOVE to do an essay all about Serge Gainsbourg...
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    (Original post by TeenPolyglot)
    I don't do AS French, but based on these replies, it doesn't look particularly difficult...

    It may be worth mentioning that I speak French fluently anyway.

    Although, as I'm taking it next year...

    I saw on the first page some cultural topics, such as Jean De Florette, L'Occupation etc.

    Are these ones that are part of the exam board or do you get to choose them? Because, franchement, I would LOVE to do an essay all about Serge Gainsbourg...
    That's part of A2 I think, not AS
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    (Original post by TeenPolyglot)
    I don't do AS French, but based on these replies, it doesn't look particularly difficult...

    It may be worth mentioning that I speak French fluently anyway.

    Although, as I'm taking it next year...

    I saw on the first page some cultural topics, such as Jean De Florette, L'Occupation etc.

    Are these ones that are part of the exam board or do you get to choose them? Because, franchement, I would LOVE to do an essay all about Serge Gainsbourg...
    I'm doing A2 at the moment and you choose a topic that you like and write your essay on it but not for AS.

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    (Original post by neil20143)
    Don't think it'll matter whether you used the conjugated version from the paragraph or turned it into an infinitive. I'm pretty sure they just said to find the expression so both will do.
    Nope - you have to find the exact version so it will always be in the same format. The answer was cherche (with accent as past participle)
 
 
 
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