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epans
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I can't find any A2 past papers for german anywhere!
It doesn't matter what board they are, its just for some revision practice. If anyone knows, would be much appreciated!
Also if anyone knows if there are any online help site for grammar and stuff, with excersises and stuff... :p:
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Try the site below. There are some translated poems German-Englisch and you can also hear the pronunciation by clicking on the speaker.
Good luck

http://www.german-grammar.de/grammar...of_content.htm
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Thank you!:woo:
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(Original post by epans)
Thank you!:woo:
you're welcome. I lived 4 years in Germany and I speak German very well. So If you need any help now or later, don't hesitate to write me. Grüße
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Wow, thats brilliant, i'm hoping to study German with Dutch next year at Uni, and can't wait for the year abroad!
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Can't help with papers but,

This website might be useful :http://www.grammatikdeutsch.de/
About also has some things on it for help with grammar and exercises.

In terms of reading, if you can't find anything, have a look on some of the newspaper sites and maybe try You Tube for listening?
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(Original post by hannah_dru)

In terms of reading, if you can't find anything, have a look on some of the newspaper sites and maybe try You Tube for listening?
Exactly, YOUTUBE can really help with learning German. There are many nice German songs with lyrics, so you can enjoy the music and in the same time listen to the pronunciation and read the lyrics.

Below are some links to nice German songs. One can learn from these songs that after "für" Akkustiv should be used so "für dich" not "für du" and after "geben" comes Dativ so "gib mir" not "gib mich". Enjoy the music

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sI4U1F3uM6g

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzV1zKxOf7w

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VjW5PEGRjs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Snn6lF2fYP0
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On the AQA website you can use their specimen papers and they have listening files and mark schemes on there too. My internet is toooo slow to get the link for you, but go to the AQA website, click qualifications - A level - Languages and then German. Unit 3 should be Listening, Reading and Writing and I think Unit 4 is Oral (might have that the wrong way around.) There are a few sample role play cards etc as well.
Just do loads of reading and listening of papers and radio online, or TV if you have any German channels. That's why I love languages - watching films or listening to the radio counts as revision
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If you can't findany AQA ones that's probably because...there aren't any. New course for us this year, so the only one floating about's the specimen one (haven't sat it yet, but will be as a mock next term). Personally at the moment I'm using Movie2k.com which has tons of films, some German but mostly American ones dubbed into German. Great if you love movies and want to practice your listening! Plus my spoken German seems to be improving because of it too which is a plus
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