Advice on getting top grades in a level languages

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Lucofthewoods
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Title says it all!
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How do you revise for listenings / readings / translation
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Do some work every day, you cant "cram" a language before an exam so the best way to improve is to work on it often. For translation try and get a gist of the sentence or phrase before translating it (if from target language to native). For listening try to predict, e.g. If you have a question that needs a statistic/number listen for "percentage" or if you're given numbers in a question then translate them so you can listen out for them. I hope this makes sense?
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Consistently learn a range of vocabulary, inc. more than one word for something eg. a job = un travail/un emplois. And learn good opinion phrases with subjunctives and idioms.
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Learn the grammar rules.
Learn the grammar exceptions to the rules.
Have an awesome vocabulary.
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