French past writing questions (Higher tier)

2 french past writing questions , which help you plan and to be aware of what you will expect in the exam

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French past writing questions (Higher tier)
These questions will be very useful and help in preparation of
French exam!
These questions are from the AQA BOARD exam in 2009
Question 1
You are writing about your education and your plans for next year.
Répondez à ces questions en français. Ecrivez en utilisant des phrases complètes.
Mentionnez tous les détails cidessous. Faites des descriptions, donnez des opinions et des
Raisons.
. Quels sont les aspects positifs de ton école?
. Quels sont les aspects négatifs de ton école?
. Décris une visite scolaire que tu as faite dans le passé.
. Quelle était ton opinion de cette visite?
. Quels sont les avantages d'étudier le français?
. Qu.estce que tu voudrais faire en septembre et pourquoi?
(20 marks)
Question 2
You are writing to your French pen friend about your lifestyle. You mention exercise, what you ate
last night and your plans for a holiday.
You must:
. say what exercise you do
. give your opinion of this activity
. describe what you had to eat last night
. say what you thought about the meal
. say where you would like to go on holiday in the future
. Explain why.
Write in full sentences in French. Give all the information you are asked to give.
Include facts, descriptions, opinions and reasons.
In order to score the highest marks, you must answer each task fully, developing your answers
where it is appropriate to do so.
Qu.estce que tu fais comme exercice?
Donne ton opinion de cette activité.
Qu.estce que tu as mangé hier soir?
Qu.estce que tu as pensé de ce repas?
Où estce que tu voudrais partir en vacances dans le futur?
Pourquoi? (20 marks)

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