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Anyone know what to learn for the Spanish writing??
I’m having trouble on what to really do.
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(Original post by ZOE2300)
Anyone know what to learn for the Spanish writing??
I’m having trouble on what to really do.
Bold = things you can do now, rest is exam technique

For 16 marker: Learn how to conjugate verbs; make a checklist beforehand of the questions' bullet points, opinions, tenses; 2 opinions; at least 3 tenses; all 4 bullet points in the question; paragraphing for each new bullet point in the question to make it clear for the examiner; open and close the writing; don't include anything you don't know; checking as many times as possible

For 32 marker: Learn how to conjugate verbs; Learn phrases such as: "Lo mejor...", "Lo más...", any weather phrases, "cada vez más", "hasta cierto punto", "darse cuenta de", "tener hambre/sed/miedo/suerte/etc"; Learn as much hard vocab as you can not only to help with translation but also so you can include them in this such as: "Easter week", "statue paraded at easter", "the generational gap", "sound track", "fitted carpet", "left-luggage office", "fritters", "flood/drought", "night gown"; make a checklist beforehand of the questions' bullet points, justified opinions, tenses and phrases you want to include; 2 justified opinions; all tenses you know - preterite, imperfect, present, present subjunctive, future are the necessities - but try to include near future, imperfect subjunctive, perfect, conditional; all 2 bullet points in the question; paragraphing for each new bullet point in the question to make it clear for the examiner; open and close the writing; don't include anything you don't know; check as many times as possible

For translation: Learn how to conjugate verbs; Learn as much vocab as you can from the vocab list; do past or sample ones (in revision guides or elsewhere) practice translation questions; go through it carefully conjugating each verb by itself; check once or twice carefully and slowly
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Bold = things you can do now, rest is exam technique

For 16 marker: Learn how to conjugate verbs; make a checklist beforehand of the questions' bullet points, opinions, tenses; 2 opinions; at least 3 tenses; all 4 bullet points in the question; paragraphing for each new bullet point in the question to make it clear for the examiner; open and close the writing; don't include anything you don't know; checking as many times as possible

For 32 marker: Learn how to conjugate verbs; Learn phrases such as: "Lo mejor...", "Lo más...", any weather phrases, "cada vez más", "hasta cierto punto", "darse cuenta de", "tener hambre/sed/miedo/suerte/etc"; Learn as much hard vocab as you can not only to help with translation but also so you can include them in this such as: "Easter week", "statue paraded at easter", "the generational gap", "sound track", "fitted carpet", "left-luggage office", "fritters", "flood/drought", "night gown"; make a checklist beforehand of the questions' bullet points, justified opinions, tenses and phrases you want to include; 2 justified opinions; all tenses you know - preterite, imperfect, present, present subjunctive, future are the necessities - but try to include near future, imperfect subjunctive, perfect, conditional; all 2 bullet points in the question; paragraphing for each new bullet point in the question to make it clear for the examiner; open and close the writing; don't include anything you don't know; check as many times as possible

For translation: Learn how to conjugate verbs; Learn as much vocab as you can from the vocab list; do past or sample ones (in revision guides or elsewhere) practice translation questions; go through it carefully conjugating each verb by itself; check once or twice carefully and slowly
Thank you so much!!!!
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