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I am doing french a year early, (this year) and over the summer my teacher has told us to revise all the topics which we covered last year! I have no idea where to start, and what the most effective way of revising is . Any help?
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I am doing french a year early, (this year) and over the summer my teacher has told us to revise all the topics which we covered last year! I have no idea where to start, and what the most effective way of revising is . Any help?
https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resou...ooklet-6363660 memorize everything in this booklet and then enjoy your A* you will get in the exam.
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https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resou...ooklet-6363660 memorize everything in this booklet and then enjoy your A* you will get in the exam.
haha thanks, I'm guessing you did well using this resource?
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haha thanks, I'm guessing you did well using this resource?
ofccc, i'm telling you, this is all you need for your french GCSE. Thank me when you finish ur GCSEs .
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ofccc, i'm telling you, this is all you need for your french GCSE. Thank me when you finish ur GCSEs .
How did you learn it? Did you use flash cards, or just write it down?
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Do you perhaps have a Spanish version of this?
yup! https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resou...ooklet-6344996
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I am doing french a year early, (this year) and over the summer my teacher has told us to revise all the topics which we covered last year! I have no idea where to start, and what the most effective way of revising is . Any help?
revising in chunks and continuously is best
never over do yourself since during that stage its just becomes a waste
find an environment where u can actually revise like a library maybe with friends to make it enjoyable
once your finished the content and feel good hit the past papers
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How did you learn it? Did you use flash cards, or just write it down?
no writing necessary, memorize one column and then without looking, think what they translate to, do 1 column each day, I would say. If you translate each COLUMN successfully at least 3 times, then move on to the next column
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revising in chunks and continuously is best
never over do yourself since during that stage its just becomes a waste
find an environment where u can actually revise like a library maybe with friends to make it enjoyable
once your finished the content and feel good hit the past papers
Thank you very much!
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no writing necessary, memorize one column and then without looking, think what they translate to, do 1 column each day, I would say. If you translate each COLUMN successfully at least 3 times, then move on to the next column
Ahh! thank you so much for your help!
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How long did it take you to do it all?!
You can skip the the conjunctions and connectives section, they're a bit pointless because they're easy. Depends on how many columns you do a day. It takes me 5-10 mins to memorize each column, so if you're dedicated you could learn all of it in a day or 2.
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What exam board are you with?
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What exam board are you with?
AQA
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