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    (Original post by noooopzor)
    I mean, if everyone found it as difficult as it sounds, at least we can be happy the grade boundaries will be low. Which writing question did you guys do btw? I went 12, felt like the easiest one to talk about.
    I did the music festival one. I was a broken mess by the time I got to it though!


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    I did the music festival one. I was a broken mess by the time I got to it though!


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    That's the one I did as well. I remember I was doing some practice grammar questions that were related to music festivals yesterday, so as soon as I looked at the insert that was my first choice.
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    That's the one I did as well. I remember I was doing some practice grammar questions that were related to music festivals yesterday, so as soon as I looked at the insert that was my first choice.
    That was a stroke of luck!!!



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    That was a stroke of luck!!!



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    Yup, I was overly happy when I saw it. To top it all off, the grammar questions were simple and most of them were similar to the ones I did yesterday in preparation.
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    (Original post by noooopzor)
    Yup, I was overly happy when I saw it. To top it all off, the grammar questions were simple and most of them were similar to the ones I did yesterday in preparation.
    Can you remember any of them? I am pretty sure I used the wrong haber.


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    Can you remember any of them? I am pretty sure I used the wrong haber.


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    I'm pretty sure it was habria*, because whenever you use imperfect subjunctive it is followed by conditional. Obviously, with an accent on the i.
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    (Original post by noooopzor)
    I'm pretty sure it was habria*, because whenever you use imperfect subjunctive it is followed by conditional. Obviously, with an accent on the i.
    Yeah I did that wrong then!
    Just goes to show, trying to do this on my own was a stupid idea!!! Ha!


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    can you remember any other grammar part anwers you got?
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    (Original post by PCsqwelch)
    Yeah I did that wrong then!
    Just goes to show, trying to do this on my own was a stupid idea!!! Ha!


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    I intended to do it on my own, but my spanish teacher offered to help with AS so I was like hell yeah. He taught me a lot of rules like imperfect subj + conditional, helped quite a lot. Are you sitting the A2 paper as well?
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    (Original post by noooopzor)
    I intended to do it on my own, but my spanish teacher offered to help with AS so I was like hell yeah. He taught me a lot of rules like imperfect subj + conditional, helped quite a lot. Are you sitting the A2 paper as well?
    Yes I'm doing A2.
    I did GCSE last year and thought I could do the full A Level in a year. I self study, am doing an access course at the same time at a college and I have two kids and a husband who works away. So. It was a tall order 😂😂


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    can you remember any other grammar part anwers you got?
    Estaramos
    Hemos
    Habría
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    (Original post by PCsqwelch)
    I did the music festival one. I was a broken mess by the time I got to it though!


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    i was the same
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    Estaramos
    Hemos
    Habría
    The estaramos hit me, just realised the way the question was worded it was subjunctive and I wrote future. Triggered. xD

    Edit: Wait, just checked conjugation, subjunctive would be estemos...? Was it subjunctive or future? Really confused rn.
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    The estaramos hit me, just realised the way the question was worded it was subjunctive and I wrote future. Triggered. xD
    Omg I thought so but I accidentally used subjunctive with es esencial que __
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    Estaramos
    Hemos
    Habría
    wait where was there one with habria???
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    wait where was there one with habria???
    It was towards the end of the first page of Q9, can't remember the sentence tbh.
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    Lol I wrote haría I messed up the grammar ughno more answers im getting them all wrong
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    (Original post by noooopzor)
    It was towards the end of the first page of Q9, can't remember the sentence tbh.
    omg i though it said hacer.... was it the one that was 'si pudiera------'?i wrote haria since thought it was hacer :'(
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    I honestly can't remember what I did. The whole thing is just horrid. Urgh.


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