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    Hi I'm doing my French Oral mock exams soon, 4 topics about 22 questions for each, and something were we have to describe two pictures

    How do you suggest I revise to get the a top grade?
    It doesn't come very naturally to me


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    Hiya, I also do GCSE french but I do AQA do I have to learn and recite paragraphs for my oral

    I would broaden your knowledge of vocab on the topics so you have a good variety and more complex words/phrases to use.
    I would make sure you have a sound knowledge of the basic verbs and their endings in all tenses as well as verbs that particularly relate to the topic.
    I would make sure you have a good variety of adjectives that you could use for description as well as their agreements and pronunciation.
    I would practice several times before hand - this should make you much more confident lessen the nerves and help you to improve certain aspects for the real thing.

    Good luck- I'm sure you'll do really well
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    Practice, practice, practice.

    At GCSE, if you've prepared good answers, including the range of grammar structures and vocabulary that is expected of you, it's *only* a case of learning them off. Get someone at home or at school to ask you the questions and try to speak your answers back to them off the top of your head, the more you do this, the better you'll be in the actual exam. There's no real secret to it, whatever work you do will help, so the more the better Best of luck!
 
 
 
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