GCSE SPANISH SPEAKING EXAM AQA, GENERAL CONVERSATION, 3 QUESTIONS
In this post we are going to talk about the GCSE Spanish Speaking Exam AQA and how to get a higher grade in general conversation. Check these questions and answers:
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GCSE SPANISH SPEAKING EXAM AQA, GENERAL CONVERSATION, 3 QUESTIONS / IN THE PAST TENSE
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GCSE Spanish Speaking Exam AQA: Conversation (3-5 minutes foundation/ 5-7 minutes higher, 15 marks)
The teacher will conduct a conversation on the 2 themes. The first one is the one the student has chosen, the second one is the theme left (after using the chosen one and the theme on the photocard).
You must make questions, answer questions, develop a conversation explaining different situations, referring to the past, future, etc. using complex structures and being spontaneous.
We have a post/video explaining what kind of phrases and aspects will give you marks in this part of the speaking exam.
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