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    Retaking AS to get an A so its easier to get an A at my A2 exam.
    Been doing loads of past papers and I'm doing OK, got time to work on things etc.
    How else would you guys recommend to revise German- or any language for that matter!
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    (Original post by t4lksh0wh0st)
    Retaking AS to get an A so its easier to get an A at my A2 exam.
    Been doing loads of past papers and I'm doing OK, got time to work on things etc.
    How else would you guys recommend to revise German- or any language for that matter!
    Cheers
    Here's my tips:
    • To learn vocab: stick German words with their meanings on bedroom wall. Read through every night and highlight the one's you remember (try using it in a sentence).
    • Change the language on your phone to German, it actually helps a lot!
    • Speak to yourself in German, crazy but it's useful.
    • If you know someone that speaks German tell them to speak to you only in German when they see you
    • Watch German things (I got through a whole season of a German soap opera, it was like friends forgot the name!)
    • In your spare time write a story in German
    Overall, just find little ways to enjoy learning German.

    Gut Glück!
 
 
 
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