gcse foreign languages revision techniques??

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i study aqa german gcse and i think i’ll be doing foundation because i’m SO bad at it but i’m hoping to at LEAST pass it in my next set of mocks AND my real thing. i currently have the revision guide, what else should i use to revise for it? revision techniques, random tips, ect. any advice is helpful, thankyou!
- current year 11
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(Original post by ermmaya)
i study aqa german gcse and i think i’ll be doing foundation because i’m SO bad at it but i’m hoping to at LEAST pass it in my next set of mocks AND my real thing. i currently have the revision guide, what else should i use to revise for it? revision techniques, random tips, ect. any advice is helpful, thankyou!
- current year 11
For French and Spanish I normally use:

Memrise / Duolingo to learn vocabulary

Languagesonline to practice tenses (I'm not sure if they have for german but I reckon they do)

I also bought a grammar and translation workbook. This is the link for the german book
Edexcel link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stimmt-Edex...8577524&sr=8-2

AQA link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stimmt-Germ...8577524&sr=8-3

Also if your school uses kerboodle or activelearn they also help me a lot. If you do AQA there's also a revision workbook that I use for listening exercises

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-GCSE...8577748&sr=8-1
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For French and Spanish I normally use:

Memrise / Duolingo to learn vocabulary

Languagesonline to practice tenses (I'm not sure if they have for german but I reckon they do)

I also bought a grammar and translation workbook. This is the link for the german book
Edexcel link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stimmt-Edex...8577524&sr=8-2

AQA link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stimmt-Germ...8577524&sr=8-3

Also if your school uses kerboodle or activelearn they also help me a lot. If you do AQA there's also a revision workbook that I use for listening exercises

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-GCSE...8577748&sr=8-1
this is great help, thankyou
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I do German & French and Quizlet is amazing. First learn all the specification vocab there are a ton of sets on that already made, then once you’ve learnt that go through your excercise book and steal any good phrases from the various texts/past writings and put them into your own sets made for each topic, then learn them aswell - it’ll really help you for writing/listening to have go-to phrases you could use without having to memorise long paragraphs.
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You can go through past papers, use sites like quizlet, kerboodle and duolingo. If you r struggling a lot if u can perhaps get a tutor
Try practising with your friends who also do German
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