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AQA Spanish GCSE 2017 Unofficial Markscheme? Watch

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    There was a question something like this. Mis abuelas criticen and the answer in the option box anybody know the answer.
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    For the interview question also the one where he says about work experience I got
    Part a) only a little work experience for young people
    Part b) salary is the most important thing when choosing a job
    Part c) he feels isolated when he isn't talking to his friends on Facebook
    Part d) the biggest worry about the environment in his town is flooding
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    (Original post by Jackc100)
    There was a question something like this. Mis abuelas criticen and the answer in the option box anybody know the answer.
    I think it was his music and friends
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    (Original post by Tahmid12)
    sueÑo means dream, dont trust google translate. he said it was his dream to work in england.
    Suerte means Luck.
    I didn't do the exam, but sueño has two meanings. It can mean both a dream and sleepiness.
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    (Original post by aelmimcae)
    Pretty sure for the England one I put 'ganas' - thought they were trying to say 'I want to work in England because it will be exciting'.
    Same I put ganas but then I looked it up after and I think it was suerte so I lost the mark
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    (Original post by Coolcamel654)
    I think it was his music and friends
    Yeah it was something like "personal a" mí y mi música. Can't remember the exact wording.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    I didn't do the exam, but sueño has two meanings. It can mean both a dream and sleepiness.
    Pretty sure at GCSE they only use sueÑo as Dream, also as the context suggest it should be a noun, SueÑo is the only one that fits. Im 99% sure but i could be wrong lmao
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    anyone have the paper with solutions on them?
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    (Original post by Tahmid12)
    Pretty sure at GCSE they only use sueÑo as Dream, also as the context suggest it should be a noun, SueÑo is the only one that fits. Im 99% sure but i could be wrong lmao
    Oh our teacher said tener sueno means to be sleepy or tired
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    (Original post by Coolcamel654)
    Same I put ganas but then I looked it up after and I think it was suerte so I lost the mark
    Ahhh At least it was only 1 mark!
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    is there an unofficial mark scheme for the listening? Also if i get an A* in the course work, an A in the reading and a C in the listening what would i get overall??
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    (Original post by Westsidegirl)
    is there an unofficial mark scheme for the listening? Also if i get an A* in the course work, an A in the reading and a C in the listening what would i get overall??
    You would get at least an A because coursework is 60%
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    (Original post by Coolcamel654)
    Oh our teacher said tener sueno means to be sleepy or tired
    Yes, "tener sueño" does mean to be tired or sleepy, whereas "un sueño" means "a dream".
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    Anyone remember what the second question was about in the listening?
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    I think I went with tengo ganas.
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    I also remember putting this for the A or B question:

    A+B
    A
    B
    A+B
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    (Original post by Citizenofpanem)
    I think I went with tengo ganas.
    Same here
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    (Original post by aelmimcae)
    I also remember putting this for the A or B question:

    A+B
    A
    B
    A+B
    I think this was question 2
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    (Original post by Coolcamel654)
    I think this was question 2
    Oh okay, thanks
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    Guys for the last question in reading paper where you have to fill in advantage and disadvantage did anyone get:

    Social life cost
 
 
 
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