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Okay so I have my orals in the next few weeks and I have no idea how to revise for them!! Any tips?
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Okay so I have my orals in the next few weeks and I have no idea how to revise for them!! Any tips?
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Is this for AQA? I did iGCSE AQA French and Spanish and for my orals I just learned all my questions off by heart (over 100 paragraphs - sounds daunting but it's not as bad as you think) and also made sure I knew specialist vocabulary for all the topics that could come up in the unplanned section. I learned the oral questions by just reading them out loud every time until I could say it about 3 times without looking at the card. My best tip for doing this is imagining what you're describing in your answer. I got an A* in both GCSE languages so my techniques must have worked to some extent lol
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Okay so I have my orals in the next few weeks and I have no idea how to revise for them!! Any tips?
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Keep practicing presenting them. Present them to family members or friends. Present them to pets & inanimate objects around the house. Try and see if you can find any native French / Spanish speakers and practice with them. Try and get a French / Spanish speaker to go over your work and provide you with some feedback. It's not just about remembering what you have written, but ensuring it is to a good quality. If you look online, there will be a lot of websites allowing you to meet Spanish / French speakers to communicate with. Duolingo has Spanish / French discussion boards that you may find useful. Writing them out again and again can be useful for some people. Breaking them into small chunks, and revising them can be useful.
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Hello,
I'm a Spanish guy If someone needs help, I'm happy to help you.
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Is this for AQA? I did iGCSE AQA French and Spanish and for my orals I just learned all my questions off by heart (over 100 paragraphs - sounds daunting but it's not as bad as you think) and also made sure I knew specialist vocabulary for all the topics that could come up in the unplanned section. I learned the oral questions by just reading them out loud every time until I could say it about 3 times without looking at the card. My best tip for doing this is imagining what you're describing in your answer. I got an A* in both GCSE languages so my techniques must have worked to some extent lol
Damn that's amazing! I think I'll try to remember as many as possible. Thank you, I'll try do all of that! And congrats on the A*s
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Keep practicing presenting them. Present them to family members or friends. Present them to pets & inanimate objects around the house. Try and see if you can find any native French / Spanish speakers and practice with them. Try and get a French / Spanish speaker to go over your work and provide you with some feedback. It's not just about remembering what you have written, but ensuring it is to a good quality. If you look online, there will be a lot of websites allowing you to meet Spanish / French speakers to communicate with. Duolingo has Spanish / French discussion boards that you may find useful. Writing them out again and again can be useful for some people. Breaking them into small chunks, and revising them can be useful.
Luckily my dad studied Spanish and French at uni so I'll force him to listen to me Thank you1
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Hello,
I'm a Spanish guy If someone needs help, I'm happy to help you.
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Muchas gracias
De nada :')
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