Mot à Mot book for A-level FrenchWatch
My question is whether or not it is recommended to learn all the vocab from the book.
I've found that there are many strange phrases that I can't see being used, like "stumbling blocks" and "an insurmountable obstacle".
So is the vocab in there like a minimum requirement for A-level, or high level?
I used that book a bit for A level, but for GCSE vocab I'd recommend that you learn all the AQA GCSE French vocab on memrise before you add any other words or phrases! Ideally you'd have at least 1300 words before you do the exam, so the memrise set should be fine! The vocab in mot à not is good, but not really GCSE level... Even for A level, I focused on learning the vocab in the textbook (both from the texts and from the vocab lists) rather than learning from mot à mot. There's more than enough there to be going on with.
Yellow Box Vocab set = ❤️