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So I was going over a French writing mock exam in class (I've been doing french on and off for nearly ten years, as my primary school encouraged learning languages), and I find writing in french fairly easy. However, I seem to write too much. On the exam paper, the question says write 80-90 words (for the first one) and 100-120 words for the second question(or something similar), yet I find this amount far too short for the things I want to write. My French teacher doesn't really know if there are actual consequences for going over the word limit(some class mates say that they cut off your answer after the word limit, although I think that's unlikely), so I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on the situation.
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