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Just wondering if anyone has any tips or resources for how to revise for Spanish A-Level?
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Just wondering if anyone has any tips or resources for how to revise for Spanish A-Level?
Which exam in particular? reading, speaking or writing?
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Which exam in particular? reading, speaking or writing?
All really! Particularly unit 3
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For reading and listening, I'd just say do some past papers or something. If you're struggling with the content of the essays, it might be useful to start planning answers to past essay questions (i.e. what points you'd make, how you'd link them to each other and the title)
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All really! Particularly unit 3
For speaking, for any language you're learning focus on pronouncing words right by watching tutorials (on youtube), and speaking in the language occasionally as a good practice.

For writing, grammar should be your main priority and also ensure you know a wide range of vocabulary. A good thing to do would be to create a list and test your memory every morning. Try writing mini essays occasionally, and using google translate to see if it made sense

With reading, it's just a matter of practice. Read lots and lots of Spanish, and ensure you know a wide range of vocabularies.
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For speaking, for any language you're learning focus on pronouncing words right by watching tutorials (on youtube), and speaking in the language occasionally as a good practice.

For writing, grammar should be your main priority and also ensure you know a wide range of vocabulary. A good thing to do would be to create a list and test your memory every morning. Try writing mini essays occasionally, and using google translate to see if it made sense

With reading, it's just a matter of practice. Read lots and lots of Spanish, and ensure you know a wide range of vocabularies.
Thanks you!
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When is your speaking exam?
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My speaking exam is in 2 weeks
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