ANY Revision tips for my French speaking test?

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I need tips for revision for my french speaking exam since I can't remember anything for it, and it ain't sticking

Posted Tue 5th February, 2013 @ 19:06 by Jessica Eayres

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I find memorising it difficult too but you could record it on your camera/phone then play it back. This is meant toi work best before you go to sleep or you could keep writing ot out but this is not very fun and you may get really boerd. Its also important to keep going through SMALL chucks at regular intervals in the day. I hope i've been some help!

Answered Wed 6th February, 2013 @ 15:32 by Darlene
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Write your draft, and then choose about 100 words that are important, and try to speak your draft from those words.  Once you can do this, lower the number of words to 80, and then 60, and then 40 (which is generally the number of words you are allowed on a note sheet).  I find this very helpful, hopefully you do too :)

Answered Sun 3rd March, 2013 @ 18:51 by Former Member
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Write bullet points of what you will say and use them as prompts for reciting it out. Revise with a friend, give them your script and tell them to ask you the questions so you can answer. That way, they can correct you/prompt you if you forget the words etc.

Answered Mon 4th March, 2013 @ 23:23 by furuba fan
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same, i record my voice and listen to it every night.. wat board u doin btw..

if u doin aqa, where you hve to answer 7qs and one suprise qs.. i would say treat each paragraph as its own.. don't just focus on the first few.. otherwise u end up realsiin that u literally hve a day or so to memorise the last few..

n oh yh.. dont do it last minute.. build it up until the day of ur exam..

good luck !

Answered Wed 6th February, 2013 @ 19:51 by ? Secret - Team GR
Edited by ? Secret - Team GR on Wed 6th February, 2013 @ 19:53
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Watch your fav TV Show/Movie in French.

Answered Thu 7th February, 2013 @ 08:55 by Flutts