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I am doing my first GCSE German controlled assessment soon and I was wondering if there was anything in particular I need to add in to be able to get a high mark in it?
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I am doing my first GCSE German controlled assessment soon and I was wondering if there was anything in particular I need to add in to be able to get a high mark in it?
Just some general phrases really, idioms are quite good too

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Words which change word order, e.g. weil, obwohl, dass

Use time phrases in different places (i.e. vary sentence structure) - "gestern habe ich gegessen", "ich habe gestern gegessen"

Um... zu (in order to) and beschlossen... zu (decided to) - but only if you know how to use it properly
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Words which change word order, e.g. weil, obwohl, dass

Use time phrases in different places (i.e. vary sentence structure) - "gestern habe ich gegessen", "ich habe gestern gegessen"

Um... zu (in order to) and beschlossen... zu (decided to) - but only if you know how to use it properly
Thank you very much. I have used weil, dass and zu so hopefully I should be ok, just hope I remember it all, I haven't got very long.
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