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    At my school, the majority of those taking A Level French speak fluently. How difficult is it for someone not fluent to do well in A Level French? Is it realistic to aim for A/A* at A Level if you can't speak fluently?

    (GCSE student thinking about A Level choices)
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    Why are there so many fluent French speakers at your school? How odd. Of course it's possible to get an A/A* in French if you can't speak it fluently when you start. A good GCSE grade is adequate preparation.
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