We don’t blog! Those of ye following us a while know our form. We prefer Snapchat and Instagram to engage and teach ye. That’s just us. There are some great blogs out there but personally, I find educational blogs can be very similar to study – reading and reading reams of content. And we want to make French more than that! We want to make it – dare I say it – feckin great gas altogether!
It is vital to get the timing correct for this exam – as it is very tight!
A 2 and half hour exam – once you get the paper – go straight to the written questions and make your selection! Selecting the wrong question could ruin your exam – so please take the time to do this! Do NOT attempt a question that you do not FULLY understand!
Bonjour mes amis! Thank you all so much for your lovely comments on our first blogger Kaumal’s post. We are going to post another general study guide, this time from an adopted EFer, Jake Murphy, now studying medicine in UCC. It is perfectly timed for the Easter Hols and how to stay motivated. Merci Jake!
Absolutely THRILLED with the feedback on our new Guest Blogging series. Imagine – we only came up with this idea a couple of days ago and already we have 6 bloggers who are ready to help you with tips and tricks they learned in college and in Leaving Cert year that they want to share with you!
This study method is the easiest one to prepare and probably the most enjoyable. It focuses on listening technique – and if done properly, will help EVERY part of the Leaving Cert French paper. You do not need any teacher to improve your listening comprehension. It is just a question of listening as much French […]
The grammar questions in each of the reading comprehensions are worth valuable marks. The terms, however, are very confusing! Here is an exercise – see if you can find the answers –