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Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by nikkisab, May 26, 2011.

  1. As someone who actually sat the exam I can confirm it was much much nicer than the listening
  2. Yay! I was starting to panic that the listeninghad really put them off. Hopefully with a good reading mark, writing and speaking they can get the grades they should [​IMG]
  3. Actually reading your post and discussing with a Spanish teacher today I was probably over enthusiastic. I know I got those questions right you picked out but as a self-disciplined linguist I really hammered the gcse vocab list before the exam and was thrilled to see words like en paro and apoyer because I'd already noted them and learnt them. I had no idea about harta and agostado and had to make a guess. Does feel very much like the GCSE intake this year are guinea pigs for this new spec

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