Speaking card - A level french

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Does anyone know what happens in a speaking exam. Speaking card especially I have on next week.

Is this where you write down as much info as possible and prepare questions for the examier?

They ask you bunch of questions related to the picture?
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(Original post by lillian-s)
usually you get given two photocards to choose between (just do whichever you feel you can talk about the most). there'll be questions about whats on the card as well as some that explore more around that general topic which is where you can bring your own knowledge in and link it to other sub-topics. your examiner will also ask you a few questions about what you've said (you wont be able to prepare for as they're spontaneous but you can mention things you want them to ask about and they'll probably pick up on it and ask you more about it). And, usually, to make it more of a natural conversation, they would expect you to ask them some questions on the topic aswell. i know this is what it's like for AQA but im not sure about other exam boards.
hope that makes sense and is at least somewhat helpful! and good luck for next week😊
On the card, it says 'discuss about'. Do they start the conversation with that. For us it is something like 'Les monuments historiques sont importants en France/ailleurs dans le monde francophone.'
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(Original post by lillian-s)
yeah i would assume so. you would then probably be expected to bring in something from your own knowledge or a specific example that you did in a lesson then you could discuss that and you'd probably be asked questions on that to develop the conversation more. im not sure if we're doing the same exam board but on ours theres always a paragraph and a photo and the first question is literally just 'what does it say on the card' then the next is your opinion on it then it goes on to a more general question about the topic rather than the content of the card specifically. i would imagine most exam boards are something similar but idk which one youre doing so im not sure if thats exactly right but thats what mine are like if it helps😊
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