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    I have to remember a French paragraph for tomorrow and I know its last minute, but I have been trying other methods and I can only remember the first sentence. Please help and give me any good last minute ways to remember it, its not very long (60 words)??
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    Put it in to a song.

    Record yourself saying it and keep playing the audio back to yourself.
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    When I did GCSE German, I learned my writing/speaking paragraphs line by line. So, I'd learn the first sentence, then the second, then make sure I could say them both together one after the other. Then I'd learn the third, then add it on to the first two, and so on
 
 
 

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