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    How do I find information on families in France? I'm finding it quite difficult. Also, what exactly should I talk about? My topic is way too broad.
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    Hi, I'm doing German (Edexcel) so might be in the same boat!

    I chose a topic that was quite specific, so that it was easier to decide what to talk about, so if possible (if you want) you could always change it - mine's about German football, for example.

    As for the research, I would use the French google - it's hard to understand it all, but there should be a load more information. If you're on Edexcel you'll have to do this anyway lol, in that case I'd find your main articles and then just try to find out whatever you can using English sources.
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    this helped Yes, I'd like to change my topic for the exam (I'm writing it next year) but my teacher asked me to do this topic for this term, then I can change it later. I managed to find a few things, but I'll definitely try the French Google idea. Thanks a lot!
 
 
 
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