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I personally find it really interesting. Not only do you learn how to speak Spanish but you also learn about Spain and the Hispanic world, so some of the topics that I do (AQA) include immigration and multiculturalism, feminism and sexism and monarchies and dictatorships. In my spec as well, we watch a Spanish film and then have to analyse it in the exam which sounds hard but is actually very interesting. Also, in the speaking exam you get to give a presentation on a topic your choosing and then have a discussion on the topic you’ve researching the entire year. Year 13 is quite hard just because there’s a lot more that vocab to learn and you need to know a lot more tenses. But overall it is very enjoyable and useful.
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Intense, but fun. For the exam board I did (Pre-U) you also learnt vocabulary (not set lists etc) about different topics, think environment, sexism, culture, internet etc. The exam questions are all based on real events too. It's a bit mental when you actually start speaking Spanish too.
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