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I'm currently for French and I am unable to give 100% because i am disinterested in lessons. I promised my teacher I will start working hard and engaging in lessons. How do I revise the tenses/grammar and get better at writing/listening/reading.

Please could someone help me.
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Watching French tv or films may help.
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A level or gcse? Either way:

Go through the text book, making factfiles for yourself about each tense and grammar point.

Try to memorise the vocab for each chapter/unit- there should be a word list on your exam board's website. Everyone has their own way of memorising but I just do it the old fashioned way, by reading and writing it over and over.

If you have an internet account for learning provided by the school (e.g. vocabexpress, pearsonactivelearn, etc) then do that as often as possible. If not, use apps like duolingo.

For writing, try to prepare texts for all different types of questions and give them in for marking so you can learn from mistakes.
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(Original post by alextheowl)
A level or gcse? Either way:

Go through the text book, making factfiles for yourself about each tense and grammar point.

Try to memorise the vocab for each chapter/unit- there should be a word list on your exam board's website. Everyone has their own way of memorising but I just do it the old fashioned way, by reading and writing it over and over.

If you have an internet account for learning provided by the school (e.g. vocabexpress, pearsonactivelearn, etc) then do that as often as possible. If not, use apps like duolingo.

For writing, try to prepare texts for all different types of questions and give them in for marking so you can learn from mistakes.
Okay, I need to put more time into revising french.
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