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I'm in year 9, and our foreign languages teacher said that we can take our languages gcse this year if we know another language other than French or Spanish. I'm a Malayalee, and I'm fluent in speaking Malayalam, but not too good at writing or reading as i was brought in england. So I was like "should i take Malayalam gcses" and I'm still thinking about it cuz i find Spanish and French pretty hard. I absolutely have no clue what to do. Welp
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If you would struggle to write it, then you are unlikely to do well, especially for language GCSEs with a high portion of native speakers. Though, on a slightly more pressing note, are you sure such a qualification exists?
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