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    Hi everyone,

    Just wondered if anybody has any tips regarding French Reading/Listening. I really want to get an A at least in both exams.


    Tbh it's all about vocabulary in the end. The more vocab you know the better you will be. That being said there's a bit of exam technique in the listening-one crucial but of advice even if it's boring don't lose interest as you may lose a key detail. What I would always do is listen for tells as you will never know the whole sentence but key words can help you guess. Also watch out for negatives
    A general comment would be read the examiners report as it tells you what everyone had trouble with so they will test it again
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