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    (Original post by gossip_girl)
    i havent even revised, im going to fail another gcse now
    Meh, neither have I. Not that important in French, especially if you remember most of your Oral vocabulary.
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    Well I'm going over the tenses now... I'm fùcked! My teacher wants me to get an A* as well, she'll eat me if I don't. Even though she's a rubbish teacher who hasn't taught us any vocab/tenses etc. Apparently hotel de ville means town hall! hahaha I would've thought it was the city hotel! Ah well another GCSE I'm going to fail too. Well at least by 3.15 I'll only have two more GCSEs to go! muahahaha <goes delirious>
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    i don't think my oral vocab would work though, it's all about my random work experience, yeh like that would come up...grrr...french is actually one of the subjects that i want to do well cos im not taking it next year
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    That means just two more sessions of revision!

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
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    what do you reckon will come up on the paper? i think that leisure activities might do. i've just got a feeling
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    i just have a feeling that they will give us something really horrible, like describing an unfortunate event eg. a car accident, it's in 2 hours.. i reckon i should start paniking now
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    we havent done anything like describing car accident! they wouldn't be that nasty would they?
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    well it's one of the topics in my revision guild, you either get everyday life, leisure, holiday, town, work+future plans, accidents, health or the world. ce sera super if we get work experience as thats what i did for my oral and can still remember
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    They wont ask you anything so specific as like a car crash. They may ask you to write something based around a particular topics arear ie. illnesses, city life, house and home etc.
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    Basically, try and fit in as much irrelevent French as you can. You get marks for well written French as well as answering the question, so make sure you know some generalised vocabulary you can use everwhere. For example, if you were asked about a car accident, you could describe the day as being very sunny, and even say you got a headache as it was so hot - see?
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    well, im going to head off to school and have great fun...the sun's making mi sleepy, bonne chance everyone
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    so basically you've got to cram in as much french as you can? it's question 2 that's the difficult one. not looking forward to it
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    is it writing first then reading or other way round?
 
 
 
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