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    I have a Spanish speaking exam in less than 3 days and still have to memorise everything I've written.

    Any tips on how to do this? Other than just writing it and repeating it over and over again.
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    When I did speaking exams I found that practicing chunks of what I was going to say over and over worked best. Get your friends and family to listen to it too, that helps
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    When I did speaking exams I found that practicing chunks of what I was going to say over and over worked best. Get your friends and family to listen to it too, that helps
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    As far as vocab goes, I'll sometimes make up a kind of sing-song of the words, often with the meanings/definitions, and chant it (over and over and over and over). I usually end up rocking to the rhythm, too. Just be warned, other people can find it annoying! But it really helps me.
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    (Original post by tennysons_maud)
    As far as vocab goes, I'll sometimes make up a kind of sing-song of the words, often with the meanings/definitions, and chant it (over and over and over and over). I usually end up rocking to the rhythm, too. Just be warned, other people can find it annoying! But it really helps me.
    Thank you!
 
 
 
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