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    I'm doing every exercise to prepare for next year and revise the basics.

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    (Original post by Ronove)
    I'm finding it pretty odd that you're level 10 in Spanish as well. No offence.


    I must've skipped the kein/nicht ein part, so no idea. It's mainly been a bit of word order, a bit of tense usage and some pure translation issues (eg accepting 'in shape', and 'in form' but not 'on form' for 'in Form'. There's no such thing as 'in form'!).
    Ouch

    Puedo hablar español no te muestra... No quiero te asustar :mmm:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Ouch

    Puedo hablar español no te muestra... No quiero te asustar :mmm:
    So much wrong here.
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    (Original post by Ronove)
    So much wrong here.
    :emo:

    Muestro*
    No te queiro asustar*

    If that isn't right, then I dunno. I was multitasking so conjugated totally wrongly... So I wasn't multitasking :mmm:
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    (Original post by EmilyJayne14)
    Haha, I'm mainly trying to make my Spanish, Italian and French be on the same level before I continue with either

    Oh, and I'm trying to get to the interesting topics
    Thought it would be good to try the spanish......level 2 with google translate in the other tab
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :emo:

    Muestro*
    No te queiro asustar*

    If that isn't right, then I dunno. I was multitasking so conjugated totally wrongly... So I wasn't multitasking :mmm:
    * No quiero asustarte
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    (Original post by qetuo)
    * No quiero asustarte
    When do we attach the pronoun to the infinitive?

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    Level 8 Spanish. Anyone know what the highest level is?
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Thought it would be good to try the spanish......level 2 with google translate in the other tab
    :lol: That's a bit sneaky
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    (Original post by sunfowers01)
    Level 8 Spanish. Anyone know what the highest level is?
    Apparently 25 is the highest.
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    (Original post by EmilyJayne14)
    :lol: That's a bit sneaky
    Decided to put it on hold till my spanish improves a but
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    When do we attach the pronoun to the infinitive?

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    Always. Or at least, I can't think of any clear exceptions. You can sometimes jiggle it around and separate them for a different style of writing (eg poetic maybe? Struggling to place it without examples in front of me).
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    Hey guys - any tips on how to learn French & Spanish to an A* GCSE Standard in one year?
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Decided to put it on hold till my spanish improves a but
    Good idea!! Now because of Spanish I keep automatically writing 'ella' instead of 'elle'
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    When do we attach the pronoun to the infinitive?

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    Well... when an infinitive is used as a noun, attachment of the pronoun is required.
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    (Original post by EmilyJayne14)
    Good idea!! Now because of Spanish I keep automatically writing 'ella' instead of 'elle'
    Started writing german in my french homework last week
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Started writing german in my french homework last week
    I used to put 'espagñol' in my Spanish work all the time, getting it confused with French The worst thing is when you're thinking of one language and doing an oral in another!!
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    (Original post by Ronove)
    Always. Or at least, I can't think of any clear exceptions. You can sometimes jiggle it around and separate them for a different style of writing (eg poetic maybe? Struggling to place it without examples in front of me).
    e.g - "No lo puedo comprender/ No puedo comprenderlo" ?
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    (Original post by Ronove)
    Always. Or at least, I can't think of any clear exceptions. You can sometimes jiggle it around and separate them for a different style of writing (eg poetic maybe? Struggling to place it without examples in front of me).
    Okay
    (Original post by qetuo)
    Well... when an infinitive is used as a noun, attachment of the pronoun is required.
    How was my.infinitive a noun though?

    I don't want to frighten/scare you?
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    (Original post by EmilyJayne14)
    I used to put 'espagñol' in my Spanish work all the time, getting it confused with French The worst thing is when you're thinking of one language and doing an oral in another!!
    Hoping my mfl teacher doesnt make me do my french and german CA at the same time, think ill just crawl to a corner and cry.....
 
 
 
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