JJrevises
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I've got it in less than twenty four hours and I've learned nothing!!! According to other people in my French class it's really hard. Me being the world's best procrastinator has put off learning them until the last minute. Wish I was doing foundation tier now 😫. There's no point or way that I will remember all 96 of them. Should I just do vocab and improvise on the spot?? Gawd hate doing this...
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If your school has published a prep booklet, make sure to use it. If it has a word bank, get to that first to help you get a grip on some good common phrases to use in your speaking. Revise those as much as you can between now and your mock (and keep it for the actual speaking - it'll be useful then)
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