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Hi all,

I am looking for a list of German and French vocabulary. Examination boards for A-level or GCSE specifications usually release them; however, I have been unable to find them.

If you could, please could you supply me with these lists?

Any help would be greatly appreciated; thank you, and kind regards.
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Hi all,

I am looking for a list of German and French vocabulary. Examination boards for A-level or GCSE specifications usually release them; however, I have been unable to find them.

If you could, please could you supply me with these lists?

Any help would be greatly appreciated; thank you, and kind regards.
Taken from AQA's website, but the list will be similar for all boards.

French: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...55-W-SP-14.PDF (from p20)
German: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...65-W-SP-14.PDF (from p19)
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Taken from AQA's website, but the list will be similar for all boards.

French: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...55-W-SP-14.PDF (from p20)
German: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...65-W-SP-14.PDF (from p19)

That's fantastic; however, there are no translations.
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This is wjecs with translations

http://www.wjec.co.uk/uploads/publications/5210.pdf


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That's fantastic; thank you ever so much. Do you, by any chance, happen to be able to send the French one too?
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That's fantastic; thank you ever so much. Do you, by any chance, happen to be able to send the French one too?
Yep I do

http://www.wjec.co.uk/uploads/publications/5208.pdf

As if you do two languages, I don't envy you

You're welcome, I'm just happy to be of help

This is OCR German

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/68532-v...t-by-topic.pdf

OCR French

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/75906-v...phabetical.pdf
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You can get them off the OCR website.
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Yep I do

http://www.wjec.co.uk/uploads/publications/5208.pdf

As if you do two languages, I don't envy you

You're welcome, I'm just happy to be of help

This is OCR German

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/68532-v...t-by-topic.pdf

OCR French

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/75906-v...phabetical.pdf

Thank you so much!
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Thank you so much!
It's fine. But I would strongly recommend buying some revision guides, or something that explains the grammar, as this can be quite difficult

Ps are you learning German, Spanish and French for fun? Or are you self teaching yourself the GCSE?
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It's fine. But I would strongly recommend buying some revision guides, or something that explains the grammar, as this can be quite difficult

Ps are you learning German, Spanish and French for fun? Or are you self teaching yourself the GCSE?
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I've just finished GCSE Spanish, and I will be carrying it in to a level.

Soon, I'm going to start self teaching French and German; however, I don't know which one to start first.
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I've just finished GCSE Spanish, and I will be carrying it in to a level.

Soon, I'm going to start self teaching French and German; however, I don't know which one to start first.
Do German . Do you know which exam board you are on?


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Do German . Do you know which exam board you are on?


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For a level, I'm thinking WJEC - but I'm not sure.

Why German?
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I've just finished GCSE Spanish, and I will be carrying it in to a level.

Soon, I'm going to start self teaching French and German; however, I don't know which one to start first.
If you like Romance languages such as Spanish, I do recommend French!

It's a beautiful language to learn, though I may be biased as I've just obtained my degree in it
Plus, I would be happy to help you learn it!
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If you like Romance languages such as Spanish, I do recommend French!

It's a beautiful language to learn, though I may be biased as I've just obtained my degree in it
Plus, I would be happy to help you learn it!


Please, feel free to PM me.
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