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    (Original post by jonnyb123)
    Do you have to do all this for GCSE now :eek:? I did the GCSE when I was in year 10 and got an A and we only ever learnt the perfect, present and easy future ("going to go" sort of thing), and then a tiny bit of actual future. Needless to say I didn't take it past GCSE (I'm in year 13 now)
    Unfortunately, if you want to obtain higher marks (thats what the teachers say anyway)
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    Unfortunately, if you want to obtain higher marks (thats what the teachers say anyway)
    Wow, good luck!
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    Wow, good luck!
    Thankyou, as French is least favourite (but compulsory) subject I will be needing some luck to hopefully do well.
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    It could be "la piscine était remplacée". Passives are formed from ètre plus the past participle, and the past participle has to agree with the noun.

    I don't know whether the "avec" is right. It might be "par" or something else entirely.
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    It could be "la piscine était remplacée". Passives are formed from ètre plus the past participle, and the past participle has to agree with the noun.

    I don't know whether the "avec" is right. It might be "par" or something else entirely.
    THANKYOU :borat:
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    jonnyb123

    Now, there's a question! I don't know how little knowledge of French you can get away with, and still do well, but the specification (and lessons) seem to cover those tenses and more. Modern Foreign Language GCSEs were over-hauled a few years ago, and the new specification came into effect in, erm, let's see... I think, the academic year 2010-2011. It is possible it's got harder. I honestly have no idea!
 
 
 
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