This resource is a series of seven GCSE French sample essays based on the most common topics: Holidays, School, Hobbies, My Area, Family, Chores and Visits.
It follows the NEW GCSE/IGCSE format for the essay writing: 4 bullet points, around 150 words, 3 tenses Each essay includes a range of A star structures and has the translation in English below.
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In this article, I have shared a list of 30 useful French transition words and phrases that will help you create more sophisticated written arguments for your exam (at school or for DELF exam).
Frederic Bibard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their french. The author has an A* in French and Spanish IGCSE, 100% in Italian GCSE, 96% in French A-level and 97% in Spanish A-level.He is now studying French and Spanish at Trinity College, Cambridge University.The essay is exploited via a range of whole-text and vocabulary resources.The resource is actually a demo (without time limitation) of a full resource containing 16 GCSE French essays on a variety of topics, teaching and practising language and structures which students can then use in their own writing. (If you're doing Edexcel) and for the listening, what I find really helpful is to listen to the french radio or french vloggers on youtube, because it somehow trains your ear to listen to french because when you're used to listening actual french people talking so fast, you'll find the tracks of the exam so slow, so it will sound easier. Tout compte fait / Toute réflexion faite - When all is said and done Une situation inquiétante - A worrying situation Avoir un effet dévastateur sur... X just prepare in your mind the introductory sentences that you would like to use in the exam and some subjunctives (examiners love that) Good luck for tomorrow. However, you could read the vocab list at the end of each chapter.. Anyway, you don't really revise for it because we don't know what's coming up in the listening and the reading.The link is to a blog post from which you can download a windows app containing over 120 interactive resources and about 80 worksheets based on a GCSE French model essay 'A bad school day'.à mon avis (in my opinion) can be said as: j'estime que (I consider that) Je soutiens que (I argue/maintain that) Je déclare sans retenue que (I state without reserve that) Selon moi (in my opinion) Il me semble que (it seems to me that) Connectives: En outre (furthermore) De plus (furthermore) Par ailleurs (moreover) Cependant/pourtant (however) Néanmoins (nevertheless) Par contre (in contrast) En revanche (on the other hand) Hope this helps Quant à moi... X just prepare in your mind the introductory sentences that you would like to use in the exam and some subjunctives (examiners love that) Good luck for tomorrow.