Get the Grade you Want in A-Level French or Spanish
If you’re determined to get into your first choice of university now is the time to start working hard. Leaving it to the last minute and cramming just before the exams generally doesn’t work. But, if you prepare enough now and in the approaching months, come results day in August, you will be glad you did.
Take a Half-Term Revision Course
Half-term is the perfect time to go on holiday and improve your Spanish or French, all at the same time. Our French A Level revision courses in Montpellier, Paris, Morzine and Rouen will enable you to accelerate your revision whilst at the same time have a break from the library or your bedroom. You can also take a Spanish A Level revision course in Seville.
Chatting on line in Spanish or French with a native speaker is almost the equivalent to a revision session. Exposure and familiarisation of the language and structures will help your understanding for the exams. Just be aware that some of the vocabulary and grammar being used will be colloquial and very informal, and therefore not necessarily the same as the language you will be expected to understand and use in the exams.
Put the Subtitles On
Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Homeland – whatever you are watching don’t forget to put the subtitles on. You can pick up new vocabulary and reinforce grammar structures whilst enjoying your favourite programme.
If you would like to maximise your chances of getting the A Level grade you want simply call us on 01273 830 960 or email us. Our multilingual team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Cactus language offers the following types of language courses:
Evening language courses: 19 different languages in 15 UK locations
Language holidays: worldwide immersion courses in the country of the language
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Online courses: for teacher training, English and French