I don’t know how to revise for GCSE Spanish Vocab

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Molly2006
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Hi I’m in year 9 and I’m struggling to revise and remember Spanish Vocab, any tips would be useful 😊
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If your examboard has a specific vocab list in their website, I suggest you base it on that. I would use quizlet as you can revise them really effectively or you could cut pieces of paper with English on one side and Spanish another and put it in a box or something and revise from that
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Hi I’m in year 9 and I’m struggling to revise and remember Spanish Vocab, any tips would be useful 😊
You could sign up to Duolingo. This helps to refresh any vocab you may struggle with. As well as this, you could write down the vocab you are struggling with and get someone to test you. Hope this helps.
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I find memrise is an absolute god send and prefer it to quizlet. You learn in lots of different ways on it and it tells you when you should go back on to refresh your memory of the vocab to remember it best.
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(Original post by PetitePanda)
If your examboard has a specific vocab list in their website, I suggest you base it on that. I would use quizlet as you can revise them really effectively or you could cut pieces of paper with English on one side and Spanish another and put it in a box or something and revise from that
Thank you I might try this
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Thank you I might try this

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You could sign up to Duolingo. This helps to refresh any vocab you may struggle with. As well as this, you could write down the vocab you are struggling with and get someone to test you. Hope this helps.
Yes I’ve used duo lingo before but I didn’t find it that effective for me
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I find memrise is an absolute god send and prefer it to quizlet. You learn in lots of different ways on it and it tells you when you should go back on to refresh your memory of the vocab to remember it best.
Thank you I may try this
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Thank you I might try this


Yes I’ve used duo lingo before but I didn’t find it that effective for me
Okay, you could maybe get someone in your family to test you on the vocab you're struggling with. I suggest you should write it down and refresh your memory with it.
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In terms of vocab, quizlet is great for refreshing your memory and learning new vocab. In terms of learning new vocab, I generally find that lyricstraining is better as it forces you to use vocab that you do and don't know, as well as helping a lot with your listening exam. Everyone has a couple of words that they can just never seem to remember, so if you discover any like this I'd recommend making flashcards with a picture that goes with them.
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(Original post by redmeercat)
In terms of vocab, quizlet is great for refreshing your memory and learning new vocab. In terms of learning new vocab, I generally find that lyricstraining is better as it forces you to use vocab that you do and don't know, as well as helping a lot with your listening exam. Everyone has a couple of words that they can just never seem to remember, so if you discover any like this I'd recommend making flashcards with a picture that goes with them.
Yep I use quizlet to learn all my vocab and find it super helpful! Also you could watch Spanish videos or listen to Spanish podcasts on the topic you're learning about.
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Yep I use quizlet to learn all my vocab and find it super helpful! Also you could watch Spanish videos or listen to Spanish podcasts on the topic you're learning about.
Very true - Coffee Break Spanish is good, as is the news in slow spanish. LawlessSpanish (website) is good to reference and practice grammar as well.
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