Hello all, I am an ITT MFL applicant with a rather unusual language situation ... I'm hoping that some experienced MFL teachers can help me with this .. 50% of my degree was German, and I graduated with a 2.1 and distinction in oral German nearly 16 years ago. I then left and went to live in a French-speaking country for 12 years and ended up becoming fluent in French (I'm from a bilingual french/english family), but somewhat forgetting my German. My confusion is this: I am now much more proficient in French than German but I only have French at GCSE (long story why I didnt take it at A level - am now looking into doing an AS level by distance - would that be a good idea??) ... do I still class German as my main teaching language for the interview skills audit?? I know it's all still there but I am a little rusty, not having used it for the last 16 years. I know it would only take me a few weeks in a german speaking country to pick up again .. Any advice greatfully received as my PGCE interview is in 10 days' time!! Thanks.