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What are some good thing to include in my gcse speaking. I'm hoping to get an 8 in my French gcse overall so i'm trying to include some vocabulary that is really high levelled. I did quite well in my speaking mock but i really want to improve. I chose the Home, town neighbourhood and region module. Help would bee very appreciated.
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Definitely include the present subjunctive tense as well as the past subjunctive tense . I included them . Also try using the past conditional tense as well as the regular past present and future tense . Say things which you haven’t learnt too eg « vous préféreriez habiter dans une ville moderne ou vielle ? »
Je préférerais habiter dans une ville moderne car d’habitude les magasins sont nouveaux et il y a plein de choses à faire . Aussi je crois aux fantômes et c’est-à-dire qu’il y a beaucoup de fantômes dans les vieilles ville qui me fait peur .
I’m not sure if this sentence is 100% gramatically correct .
For the past subjunctive id include the phrase
J’étais heureux/heureuse qu’ils soient venues ( I was happy that they came) eg my friends were tired but I was happy that they came (to town with me )
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Definitely include the present subjunctive tense as well as the past subjunctive tense . I included them . Also try using the past conditional tense as well as the regular past present and future tense . Say things which you haven’t learnt too eg « vous préféreriez habiter dans une ville moderne ou vielle ? »
Je préférerais habiter dans une ville moderne car d’habitude les magasins sont nouveaux et il y a plein de choses à faire . Aussi je crois aux fantômes et c’est-à-dire qu’il y a beaucoup de fantômes dans les vieilles ville qui me fait peur .
I’m not sure if this sentence is 100% gramatically correct .
For the past subjunctive id include the phrase
J’étais heureux/heureuse qu’ils soient venues ( I was happy that they came) eg my friends were tired but I was happy that they came (to town with me )
Thank you!!!!
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