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French Continuers Notes on Reading and Responding A and Writing

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A comprehensive guide to how to approach these disciplines. It contains guides to every type of question that will be asked of students, common pitfalls as well as what the markers are looking for.

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Languages of Africa Culture Draft:Mohammed Benchekroun French language
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Languages of Africa Culture Draft:Mohammed Benchekroun French language
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Rip paper 2. Ask: - What is text type - Aim of text - What is view - What are the main subjects 3. Read questions first - What type of question - Is there two parts - How many points will I need approx /How many marks is it worth 4. Go through and put numbers next to details that are relevant to subsequent question ie. 1. for q. 1 (bracket them) 5. Write brief ideas for analysis/answer the question next to number 6. Look up any words I need (keep a pen in dictionary) Types of questions 1. How is smthg described - Direct translation/paraphrase of all relevant points 2. What are.../Why ...
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