French AS Help Watch
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Hi. I am doing AS CCEA French and am really lacking materials for revision. I have nothing really for grammar revision other than my notes and don't get me started on listenings. Does anyone have any useful links to worksheets other than duolingo for any of the five areas of french:
I am french and I recommand you to watch french youtubers ( if you like to read booktubers can be great because of the vocabulary that you will learn and they tend to articulate more an talk more slowly ), frenchh TV ( france tv plug )
If you want to start reading in french, start with young adult books ( or books that you have already read in english), blogs and news articles ( France24, le Figaro, le Monde,). And websites such as KONBINI and LES INROCKS ( music, art , culture for young people).
you can follow QUOTIDIEN on snapchat and youtube too (to improve your listening ) .
fan2.fr ( if you like fangirling about pop stars, most of the articles are fake but they are quite easy to read and that could be a good start )
Have you tried the app memorise ?
Please feel free to ask me questions ! I am sorry for my english by the way ( Iam a french spy on an english student website )
Bon courage pour la suite !