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Hi guys so I've got my Spanish speaking in a few weeks and I am really aiming for an 8/9 which is what I got in the mocks. However, I know my grammar is very basic ( for tenses I only know past future and present really) and I don't think I've got time to learn lots of new tenses and say them naturally. Can you please tell me what examiners are looking for in terms of grammar and a few helpful phrases I can learn that make me look like I've got a really good grip on my tenses/ grammar? I want to continue studying Spanish at university so it would be a massive help 😊
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