French Writing, Listening and Reading GCSE

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Jumainah19
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Dear all,

Does anyone have any tips for French GCSE Exams? I have my writing tomorrow, and I have been trying to memorise vocab, but mainly my tenses.

If anyone has any cool ways of memorising things, or even any tips, it will all be very much appreciated!

Thank you, and wish me luck for my exams! <3
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Make question cards and you’ll start to take more in while writing the keywords down and then get someone to quiz you on them, ooo and draw pictures on the cards because you take information in visually too
Good luck!!!!
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(Original post by Emily.hann.xo)
Make question cards and you’ll start to take more in while writing the keywords down and then get someone to quiz you on them, ooo and draw pictures on the cards because you take information in visually too
Good luck!!!!
Thank you so much! I love making flashcards but I've never even considered it for french, I'll definitely take that on board <3
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T e n s e s
tenses- are the worst, yes! My teacher is very.. complicating.

We have 6 tenses but I never know which one goes where, and I am so horrific with staying on topic, but tbh HOPEFULLY I can get at least a grade 6 for tomorrow.

I need to start applying for sixth forms and I can't be having low grades, it's sooo stressfullllll!
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Ok in order to get a 9 in French, make sure to add past, present, future, imperfect, conditional and some more complex tenses like pluperfect, conditional-past and especially subjunctive. Also add some idioms in there and some good vocab.
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Ok in order to get a 9 in French, make sure to add past, present, future, imperfect, conditional and some more complex tenses like pluperfect, conditional-past and especially subjunctive. Also add some idioms in there and some good vocab.
tysm! I'll try my best for my actual GCSE's but for these mocks, I am super paranoid, we're doing edexcel and theres 5 themes, but our school content was divided into 8 modules, so it's just super confusing and messy, but I WILL STILL TRY MY BEST <3
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