How do people revise French?

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I have no idea what the best way is to revise French - it is really hard to I think! My school has Kerboodle which contains the French textbook and listening activities but this doesn't really help! Does anybody have any suggestions on how to revise another way?

Posted Wed 21st March, 2012 @ 18:24 by Sarah Read

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We also use kerboodle :D! but yeah, there are vocab lists on there that you could print off and writing these out and testing yourself helps. Or reading them out to yourself (putting on a french accent while reading :P) will help with the oral part of the exam. Try istening to french material either on TV or online, maybe something interesting like a TV show, you'll find yourself picking out certain words and expressions that you already know and you'll learn more - this will help with the speaking and listening. For the reading and writing I suggest you start out by learning gramnar rules and practice/test yourself by writing out sentences/essays and include all the grammar and vocab that you're learning..

Hope this has helped :)

Answered Thu 22nd March, 2012 @ 22:29 by Bakang Moholo
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Does the school pay for kerboodle? I don't think we have it :(

Answered Thu 19th April, 2012 @ 17:38 by Kate Westall
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Thanks! I will try that out :)

Answered Sat 24th March, 2012 @ 17:30 by Sarah Read
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try eating french food, listen to french music and maybe even watch some french ****

Answered Sat 14th April, 2012 @ 10:04 by David