effective ways to revise french vocab/tenses ect..?

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Really need help with this, my first french exam on monday and i am finding it really hard to find ways of revising as nothing seems to work.. any ideas?

Posted: 08-05-12 19:06 by alex

Learn the vocab in chunks and try to use as much as possible. Just use random words instead of english. Also get someone to test you. Good Luck.

Posted: 09-05-12 19:20 by Sapiens Unus

Stick key verbs around your house, like your bathroom mirror so you see them often and sublimely remember them :) hope this helps 

Posted: 15-05-12 19:13 by LSC

Im currently learning vocab too , a good way for me was skyping my friend for like an hour of testing each other vocab, also ive started to speak to some friends in french sometimes which really helps me remember the words, 

Posted: 16-05-12 10:14 by Lamise Hassan

HOPE U DO WELL!!!!!! :)

Posted: 03-01-13 17:39 by Bushra

this website worked for me!!!!!!!!
http://translate.google.co.uk/#fr/en/

Posted: 03-01-13 17:50 by Joshua#JJ

Hey alex,

I know this probably won't help you immediately for your upcoming test, but i think you should introduce your head of MFL at school to Vocab Express... we have it at my school, and we compete on leaderboards and win school prizes and individual prizes for best scores.

Basically, its a thing where each person learning whatever language has their own seperate login and they do little timed vocab tests, and you can do them again and again until you get them all right. It probably doesn't sound that exciting but it's addictive, especially when there is a competition, because it really helps you remember the spellings for vocabulary  in your case, French. There are also many languages available, such as French, Italian, Spanish, German, Urdu, Arabic, Latin and Mandarin.

You must ask your school, because they would have to pay for a subscription. Or i suppose you could get your parents so pay for it, for you as an individual.

http://www.vocabexpress.com/

http://www.vocabexpress.com/individuals/pricing/

Trust me, it will help you in the long run!!!!

Good luck ***

Posted: 03-01-13 18:06 by Re-Re

Re-Re wrote:

Hey alex,

I know this probably won't help you immediately for your upcoming test, but i think you should introduce your head of MFL at school to Vocab Express... we have it at my school, and we compete on leaderboards and win school prizes and individual prizes for best scores.

Basically, its a thing where each person learning whatever language has their own seperate login and they do little timed vocab tests, and you can do them again and again until you get them all right. It probably doesn't sound that exciting but it's addictive, especially when there is a competition, because it really helps you remember the spellings for vocabulary  in your case, French. There are also many languages available, such as French, Italian, Spanish, German, Urdu, Arabic, Latin and Mandarin.

You must ask your school, because they would have to pay for a subscription. Or i suppose you could get your parents so pay for it, for you as an individual.

http://www.vocabexpress.com/

http://www.vocabexpress.com/individuals/pricing/

Trust me, it will help you in the long run!!!!

Good luck ***

 i agree, when i did spanish our teacher introdued it to us and it was the only thing apart from past papers i used to revise as it helped you to learn new vocabulary quickly. it really helps, tell for teacher about it or get it yourself at home, it will be worth it.

Posted: 03-01-13 18:12 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR

:)

Posted: 03-01-13 18:12 by Re-Re