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How can I revise for French in order to get a 7???
What can I do for productive revision?
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I would recommend focusing on which part of the exam is your weakness/ what you struggle with. Practice reading and listening exercises using kerboodle and old AQA french listening and reading papers on line. I completed every one I found, even though they're easier. You can go on the teaching materials section of the AQA French specification website, there are more translation practice documents on there. Otherwise if speaking is what you struggle with, then I used flashcards to write out focused answers. For writing, try and learn and memorise some different phrases instead of boring "je pense que" and "de plus" all the time. You can use "je soutiens que" = I maintain that, "de surcroit" = moreover, "je suis peu convaincru que" (+ subjunctive) = I am not really convinced that" etc.
Research different websites, and you can write some phrases you like on flashcards and incorporate them into essays and speaking tasks, https://www.talkinfrench.com/french-essay-phrases/ for example. You can also watch French With Alexa on you tube if you're bored or before bed or when you cba to do actual revision, she helps with speaking situations, eg at the shops. For context, I am doing a level french this year and got a 9 last year in GCSE.

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(Original post by Deggs_14)
I would recommend focusing on which part of the exam is your weakness/ what you struggle with. Practice reading and listening exercises using kerboodle and old AQA french listening and reading papers on line. I completed every one I found, even though they're easier. You can go on the teaching materials section of the AQA French specification website, there are more translation practice documents on there. Otherwise if speaking is what you struggle with, then I used flashcards to write out focused answers. For writing, try and learn and memorise some different phrases instead of boring "je pense que" and "de plus" all the time. You can use "je soutiens que" = I maintain that, "de surcroit" = moreover, "je suis peu convaincru que" (+ subjunctive) = I am not really convinced that" etc.
Research different websites, and you can write some phrases you like on flashcards and incorporate them into essays and speaking tasks, https://www.talkinfrench.com/french-essay-phrases/ for example. You can also watch French With Alexa on you tube if you're bored or before bed or when you cba to do actual revision, she helps with speaking situations, eg at the shops. For context, I am doing a level french this year and got a 9 last year in GCSE.

Je te souhaite bonne chance!
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how do you just revise writing on certain themes and apply it to the actual exam question
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