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Any tips from people doing it now or did before?
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Any tips from people doing it now or did before?
Are you talking about English Lang. or MFL?
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Are you talking about English Lang. or MFL?
LOL I meant MFL
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learn a lot of vocab and find ways of listening to native speakers of that language,eg theres some french series that are interesting
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There are a few websites that show vocabulary and how to pronounce it
e.g Memrise
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From experience, it's not realistic to be fluent at GCSE level in whatever language you're taking, unless you have a relation that is either fluent or native. There just isn't enough time. Learn the vocab, learn the tenses, and you'll be fine. I will promise you now though, you won't be fluent by May, sorry.
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I had friends who changed their phones to French, watched French movies (but with English subtitles, and visa versa) to pick up words whilst understanding what’s going on, work on expanding your vocabulary, whilst working on sentence structure - Your teacher should assist in marking paragraphs and giving feedback. ☺️

GCSE and A-Level Languages don’t require you to be fluent, but of course it helps.
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