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Having noticed that there is no thread specifically to help people with German homework, I decided to make one myself.

The idea is that if you have an essay that needs correction, some phrases to translate or just some help with grammar, then you can post it up here and I'll try to get back to you with a decent answer.

I'm about to start learning German A2, so this is aimed at anyone with questions for AS Level or below.

Of course my German's by no means perfect, so if anyone feels they could do a better job of answering a question then they are more than welcome to do so.
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Hi there,

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We have everything from Teacher Marked Essays to Mindmaps and Quizzes to help you with your work. Take a look around.

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I'm also happy to help; I'm doing German at university and I've just come back from my year abroad
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I'm also happy to help; I'm doing German at university and I've just come back from my year abroad
wie viele deutsche Frauen haben sie gebumst?
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wie viele deutsche Frauen haben sie gebumst?
Von welchem Prüfungsgremium kommt denn so eine Frage? Das Kurrikulum ist ja sexuell geworden!
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Von welchem Prüfungsgremium kommt denn so eine Frage? Das Kurrikulum ist ja sexuell geworden!
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Anyone need any German help?

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Do you do french ?
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I'm doing at A2 at the moment. I will help!


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Do you do french ?
I did French GCSE and got an A* but I've forgotten most of it which is why I've set this up for German.

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I'm doing at A2 at the moment. I will help!


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Thanks. I'm now into A2 too, so between us we should be fine for helping people at that level too.

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I can help too I got an A* at A2 last year and am currently living in Germany on my gap year.

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I can help too I got an A* at A2 last year and am currently living in Germany on my gap year.

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Great, thanks. Got any tips for getting the A*?

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Great, thanks. Got any tips for getting the A*?

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In general, I would say just learn as much vocab as you can and try to practice talking in german as much as possible. Or if you don't have anyone to speak to, you can try getting yourself to think in german instead of English in everyday life. Obviously this isn't possible all the time, but try and do it when you remember to and you'll find that your german becomes much more spontaneous, which is really good for speaking exams

Assuming you're already fairly confident of getting an A (and have already got an a or at least a b at AS) then I would say keep doing what you're doing cos it's obviously working! In the exam however, make sure to check through your answers to the reading and listening really carefully cos a few marks can really make a difference between an A and an A*. Also, practice the essay loads!! I don't know which exam board you're doing, but the essay is likely to make up a large proportion of the marks, so you have to do well! I remember in my mock I only got a B overall because, even though I had only dropped about 2 or 3 marks in the reading and listening, I'd got about 18/40 in the essay.

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Thanks for the great tips! I'm on WJEC and the essay is 45 of the 98 marks, so it certainly makes up a lot. I got an A at AS and I'm predicted the same at A2 but my teacher has also said if I stretch myself I could get the A*, so fingers crossed!

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Thanks for the great tips! I'm on WJEC and the essay is 45 of the 98 marks, so it certainly makes up a lot. I got an A at AS and I'm predicted the same at A2 but my teacher has also said if I stretch myself I could get the A*, so fingers crossed!

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Good luck! I'm sure you can do it

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Good luck! I'm sure you can do it

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Thanks!

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hey! i'm not near an A2 qualification, but would be happy to help
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