One of the ways I thought was getting to read some Spanish Books but I don't know any which are at the GCSE Standard.
I don't wanna read a whole Spanish Chapter Book as the language used in that will be well above GCSE.
Any Recomendations for Spanish Books which are at GCSE Level? And I'm not talking revision books, like novels and stuff like that
I don't know if these are your types but programs like: Money Heist, Queen of the South and Narcos will all help improve your Spanish a lot.
They help understand pronunciation as well as informal terms used.
Sorry I don't read books.
other recs i have-
1. any other books you've read in english, know and enjoyed, especially if they're short;
2. side-to-side "parallel texts" have the spanish one one side of the page then english on the other, so you can read the spanish and check your comprehension against the english (or the other way round) examples here https://www.speakinglatino.com/paral...ks-in-spanish/
3. once you're a little more advanced you can search for intermediate level novels. One short novel which was my a level set text is Como agua para chocolate by Laura Esquivel, it's a good introduction to more advanced spanish literature although you may find it hard due to novel/Mexican slang vocabulary.
Good luck at gcse!