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How do I get an a/a* in my writing controlled assessment ... tips other than use all the tenses
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How do I get an a/a* in my writing controlled assessment ... tips other than use all the tenses
I would highly recommend you to read a lot in Spanish. It's the best way to improve your Spanish writting skills


Good luck!! (Buena suerte!!)
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How do I get an a/a* in my writing controlled assessment ... tips other than use all the tenses
•use variety of vocabulary ( fancy but not too fancy )
•almost no grammar or spelling errors.
•add adverbs , adjectives and opinions.
•connectives
That's about it apart from tenses and other obvious things.

Que te vaya bien el examen 😊
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How do I get an a/a* in my writing controlled assessment ... tips other than use all the tenses
Idioms are always good e.g...

''taparse los ojos'' - to turn a blind eye, or ''costar un ojo de la cara'' - to cost a fortune
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•use variety of vocabulary ( fancy but not too fancy )
•almost no grammar or spelling errors.
•add adverbs , adjectives and opinions.
•connectives
That's about it apart from tenses and other obvious things.

Que te vaya bien el examen 😊
Thank you! I mine was a few weeks ago! But thank you for your reply!
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Idioms are always good e.g...

''taparse los ojos'' - to turn a blind eye, or ''costar un ojo de la cara'' - to cost a fortune
Thanks you!
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Thank you! I mine was a few weeks ago! But thank you for your reply!
Did not realise , oh well for next I guess .
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Idioms are always good e.g...

''taparse los ojos'' - to turn a blind eye, or ''costar un ojo de la cara'' - to cost a fortune
"Taparse los ojos" literally means to cover your eyes. To turn a blind eye is "hacer la vista gorda".
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"Taparse los ojos" literally means to cover your eyes. To turn a blind eye is "hacer la vista gorda".
Oops sorry. My Spanish isn't the best
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