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How do you revise for french speaking higher? I need to get a 7 in order to take it for A level.

my exam's in less than 2 weeks
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I create lists of important sort of connective words, sentence starters eg to use, and try and use them and vary them as much as possible.This includes things like (Je pense/ trouve / crois que) (À mon avis/ Selon moi/ De plus/ Par contre) etc. Your textbook may have a whole list of possible general conversation questions, I would try and do some, probably not all as there isn't much time left, but maybe for the slightly harder topics. I find events/ marriage and work/environment harder than say school/free time etc.I would go onto the AQA GCSE french website and practice some of the photo cards / role plays, try a few in time conditions as well as you have 12 minutes in the exam. Even though it's hard, don't use a dictionary or verb conjugator as you won't remember a super complicated phrase, and you don't have these in the exam. This my best advice, Good luck! (Bonne chance)
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