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I was wondering if I could get some tips on the best way to do well with the subject and what is the best way to pick up the language in my free time outside of school. My exam board is CCEA just in case you're wondering.
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A really good app for languages is duolingo, it’s simple, gives you loads of vocabulary and helps with tenses and all that!
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Languages online is really good for grammar! Try reading French magazines/newspapers/blogs like l’express, Le Figaro, le monde, bondy blog. Use quizlet to practise your vocab and Duolingo is really good too
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Watch tv series in French with French subtitles! That way you get both doses.
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