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How do you improve your French listening - I'm on track for A* in the other three aspects but in listening I'm stuck on a B. How do you get better at listening?


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Have a look on the bbc bitesize page; they have practise exams for French listening at GCSE.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...ch/listeningh/

These things can help with all aspects of French, as well as listening;

-Watch French television/films/programmes
-Listen to French radio/music
-Practise maintaining a conversation in French with a friend

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Exactly what above poster said. Spin is a good French program you can find on 4od at the moment, perhaps a bit advanced for GCSE. Engrenages (Spiral) is also good French drama
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How do you improve your French listening - I'm on track for A* in the other three aspects but in listening I'm stuck on a B. How do you get better at listening?


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http://www.memrise.com/course/89149/...cabulary-list/

If you want to improve your vocab.
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