ineedhelpp101
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any useful tips for spanish at gcse?
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"Memrise" is good for learning all the vocab
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Quizlet is also good for vocab Learn some good phrases to use in writing, and listen to Spanish news/youtube videos/music. Do loads of practice papers!!
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Learning vocab is really important, but it's also necessary to practice listening, speaking and grammar. For listening, you can use music and native-speaker level TV/ podcasts, as there will help you get used to picking words you know out from the extract as a whole. However, you can also use beginner/ intermediate resources such as The News in Slow Spanish. The more you listen, the easier it'll become, so keep practicing! The same goes for speaking - the more you do it, the less difficult it'll seem. You can practice describing images and events to yourself, but you could also find a penfriend and chat
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