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    Ok, there is just too much to learn. All the vocab, cases, word order! Can any people who have done german and gotten a good grade tell me how they did it.


    Basically, each German lesson your teacher should be giving you knew vocab to learn, and you should learn it on the day you got it because if you don't, and I speak out of experience, then you will certainly find it difficult when it comes to revision. However, when I revised for german I used the language programs on the internet and since my grandmother is German, that helped me a lot to. Basically, just try your best and if you keep at it and consistantly learn the vocab then it shouldn't be too difficult. I ended up with an A* but that was due to har work and determination. Good Luck and keep revising regulary!
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