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GCSE german - vocab

When should I know all the vocab? Also, on the aqa website it organizes vocab differently, is the vocab extended from 2016 vocab.
What exam board are you doing?
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Unfortunately languages are not something you can revise for the day before the test. You legit have to practice which is probably why people hate languages
If you want to learn vocab - I highly recommend using the site memorise. You can find study packs of vocab from the different GCSE topics that you have to do and you can learn and revise then, which helps solidify them in your head.
Original post by muskyduck98
What exam board are you doing?

Sorry for not saying, AQA
Original post by jess_smith_2
If you want to learn vocab - I highly recommend using the site memorise. You can find study packs of vocab from the different GCSE topics that you have to do and you can learn and revise then, which helps solidify them in your head.

I looked at memrise but I can't find any gcse content, it seems to be for people who want to learn the language for travelling unless I am looking at the wrong site
Original post by Iownuk
Unfortunately languages are not something you can revise for the day before the test. You legit have to practice which is probably why people hate languages

Of course you have to practise, which is why I am asking when should I know all the vocab, I don't want to leave it last minute. There's a lot of vocab
Original post by green pepper
Sorry for not saying, AQA

https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/aqa_german_vocabulary_list could be a good shout? possibly searching on student room of flash cards n stuff?
I like to use Quizlet. Generally, at the end of each topic, I make a set of flashcards for all of the vocab. That way you're guaranteed to know it as you learn it which is best as it's fresh in your mind and then you can revisit the sets regularly.
A bonus is a lot of German vocab is quite similar to English! You probably know more than you think :smile:
Good luck!
Original post by green pepper
I looked at memrise but I can't find any gcse content, it seems to be for people who want to learn the language for travelling unless I am looking at the wrong site


Ah thats so strange! That is the site that my teachers would recommend and it really helped me! Sometimes I know you have to type in GCSE or something so maybe that is the case??
https://www.memrise.com/
Is this the website???
Original post by green pepper
https://www.memrise.com/
Is this the website???

yes

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