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Or alternatively u can get a sheet of paper and divide it into 8 sections QACNOTTI Q for qualifiers like too much, A for adjectives, C for connectives, N for negatives like I hate, O for opinions like I love, T for tenses like (I will do...), the other T for Time phrases like tomorrow and the I for idioms coz those will get u a higher mark....
After u learn each topic make a mind map and use wat I told u above
On a sheet of paper u can write down like phrases that’ll get u a really high mark which U can get off the internet
Learn tenses and how to conjugate coz that’ll really help
Read the revision guide watnot to help
Seneca has lots of vocabulary as well! And all the vocab u need to k will be on the spec
Lol hope I helped!
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I just learned these and used these in my writing for my GCSEs this summer and I got an 6
If you really want a high grade 6 ,like 7 8 or 9 learn conditional tense . Eg I would go .
1) Vocabulary- this is a huge part of learning another language and as dull as it can sometimes be it needs to be done. I would recommend going on to the specification for your exam board eg if you are on AQA (https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resourc...58-SP-2016.PDF) and learning this vocabulary.
i) A few free websites that I use and recommend are quizlet: (https://quizlet.com), memrise- which I think has now becomes decks I'm not entirely sure (https://decks.memrise.com/)
2) Verbs. (So many irregulars in French I know!) . Learn and practice how to conjugate the regulars and the important irregulars (avoir, etre, aller, faire, vouloir, devoir, falloir, savoir) in the present, perfect, imperfect, future and conditional.
i) Some people find making verb tables useful and learning them that way (I did at GCSE)
ii) A website that I personally like for verb drills is https://conjuguemos.com where you can practice them
3) Mindmaps for topics can be really useful ^^Sannah
4) Listening- try to get as much practice as you can and truly immerse yourself, some recommendations:
i) Netflix in French (with subtitles)
ii) French films
iii) French music- make yourself a little playlist on youtube/ spotify
iv) French podcasts (on spotify/ youtube) : coffee break french (they're Scottish but very helpful), I listened to a really good one for GCSE but can't recall the name.
Uh that's about it from the top of my head. Hope that is useful and wishing you the best of luck
Also, I'd suggest like some others writing out the verbs in there conjugated forms.
Simple past Present Future
Je suis allé(e) Je vais J'irai
(I think I wrote those right anyway hehe!)
Practice saying words and phrases to yourself.
Also, do you use www.wordreference.com ?
If not, it's great!