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    Hi,
    I have already done one of my German and French speakings where i both achieved an A* in.
    But over the christmas holidays i am suppose to learn 2 speaking exams in the two languages over the christmas break, and both speakings are on school.
    Please could i have some advice for some techniques on how i am suppose to learn them?
    Thanks in advance
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    For mine I just read them out loud over and over again and eventually it stuck
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    Ah thank you, yes I did do that and found it effective!😀


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    (Original post by iricha)
    Ah thank you, yes I did do that and found it effective!😀


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    You could also try recording it and listening to it. The thing about learning and revising is that it's different for everyone. Try a few different methods and see what works for you. Good luck!
 
 
 
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