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    Hey everyone,
    So on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday I have a GSCE welsh second language oral exam and it's stressing me out loads! The idea behind the exam is 30 minutes before the exam you are given 3 paragraphs to study which are then taken away before the exam begins. You are expected to agree/disagree with what was said, state your opinion and then come to a conclusion about the paragraphs.

    Im so stressed ! We have been given a list of terms to help us agree or disagree and a list of how to transfer sentences from 1st person to 3rd person. No matter how hard I try to revise I just cannot remember them and it's stressing me out so much! Any ideas for easy sentence patterns to use or any revision tips would be really appreciated.

    Thanks !
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    (Original post by Liam0324)
    Hey everyone,
    So on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday I have a GSCE welsh second language oral exam and it's stressing me out loads! The idea behind the exam is 30 minutes before the exam you are given 3 paragraphs to study which are then taken away before the exam begins. You are expected to agree/disagree with what was said, state your opinion and then come to a conclusion about the paragraphs.

    Im so stressed ! We have been given a list of terms to help us agree or disagree and a list of how to transfer sentences from 1st person to 3rd person. No matter how hard I try to revise I just cannot remember them and it's stressing me out so much! Any ideas for easy sentence patterns to use or any revision tips would be really appreciated.

    Thanks !

    Dw i'n cytuno gyda x (I agree with x)
    Dw i'n anghytuno gyda x (I disagree with x)
    Some 1st to 3rd person
    Dw i'n hoffi - Mae Ellis yn hoffi
    Dw i'n mwynhau - Mae Ellis yn mwynhau (Ellis enjoys)
    Dw i'n meddwl bod - Mae Ellis yn meddwl bod (Ellis thinks that)
    Fy hoff x ydy - Hoff x Ellis ydy (Ellis's favourite x is)



    I have the exam tomorrow... I need an A, and so far I'm doing a bit bad...
    Good luck my friend. If you need any help or phrases, ask
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    I sat this exam last year and came out with an A. I just said things like dw in cytuno/ dw in angytuno and then said why I agreed/ disagreed.


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    Lucky you anyway getting half an hour to prepare

    Since the group before mine had an issue, I had 5 minutes to prepare

    Still came out with an A* (Easy Topic - Alcohol)
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    I had 15 mins to prepare but I think we had one of the easier topics-y penwythnos- because there is so much to say and you don't have to stick to one little things! Haha! Pob lwc!


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