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    Assuming you can't simply take yourself off and immerse yourself in the language for two months what are your best tips for doing well in A level languages?
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    watch as many movies/tv shows in your chosen language as you can, read news articles in it and translate them, keep up with your grammar, my favourite was choosing a verb a day and conjugating it into a random tense (yes it's sad) also, try and write an essay every week to two weeks to keep your writing style on top form however it doesn't have to be about anything specific, even writing about your day is helpful
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    (Original post by mxntrose)
    watch as many movies/tv shows in your chosen language as you can, read news articles in it and translate them, keep up with your grammar, my favourite was choosing a verb a day and conjugating it into a random tense (yes it's sad) also, try and write an essay every week to two weeks to keep your writing style on top form however it doesn't have to be about anything specific, even writing about your day is helpful
    What a level foreign language do you study?
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    (Original post by Rajive)
    What a level foreign language do you study?
    I just finished spanish, waiting for results c:
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    (Original post by mxntrose)
    I just finished spanish, waiting for results c:
    Good. Luck for tomorrow
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    (Original post by Rajive)
    Good. Luck for tomorrow
    thank you good luck if you're getting results too!!!
 
 
 
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