keriese001
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Any tips on studying vocabulary and pronunciation?
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I study A Level French, and for vocab I have made my own Memrise course which contains all the vocabulary in my text books, and I add any words that I learn during my lessons too. I do about half an hour a night doing vocab for a different topic.

I'm not too sure about pronounciation, maybe listen to French music or podcasts? A great tool is the website "News in Slow French (or Spanish, or any other language on the site). I'd really reccomend you check that out if you take anything from this post.
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Defiantly listen to the language wether you watch films or YouTube or podcasts just listening to native people you’ll be surprised how they say certain words and it can really help with your pronounciation. You can also write down any new words they say that you didn’t know before and this can help you improve your vocabulary loads
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