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I would suggest going through as many of the old papers for paper one. If you happen to come across french books for kids, read it. Reading tons, helps you improve both you comprehension skills (essential for paper 1) and your writing skills (essential for paper 2). Once you have enough practice reading you can move on to revising verb structures (passe compose (with avoir and etre), imparfait, futur, future proche, etc). Make sure you practice lots of vocab. Again, if you are reading quite a bit, then this part is taken care of. Your teacher should tell you with topics they focused upon (for instance travel, healthcare, etc) and you can start reviewing vocabulary specific to those.

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11 hours ago, revumol7 said:

I would suggest going through as many of the old papers for paper one. If you happen to come across french books for kids, read it. Reading tons, helps you improve both you comprehension skills (essential for paper 1) and your writing skills (essential for paper 2). Once you have enough practice reading you can move on to revising verb structures (passe compose (with avoir and etre), imparfait, futur, future proche, etc). Make sure you practice lots of vocab. Again, if you are reading quite a bit, then this part is taken care of. Your teacher should tell you with topics they focused upon (for instance travel, healthcare, etc) and you can start reviewing vocabulary specific to those.

Thank you and do you have the past papers? Our teacher did not provide any materials for us.

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