This app is an excellent resource for the GCSE French exams. There are over 1000 multiple choice questions, translations and helpful explanations targeting the necessary vocabulary and grammar that you will need to pass your exam. The app covers both the GCSE Higher and Lower syllabuses and allows you to filter the questions and past papers accordingly.
– 1000s of original, syllabus specific questions
– Detailed explanations to further understanding
– Repeat difficult questions or select new questions at random
– Watch your knowledge improve using inbuilt progress reports
– Share your results with friends on Twitter & Facebook
– Gain insight into the layout of your exams through direct links to past papers & mark schemes
How do I get it?
Download the app that you want to revise for free or choose our ‘for schools’ version on the AppStore or Google Play
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Topics and grammar are intended to cover all content of the AQA, Edexcel and OCR exam boards:
Health, Relationships and Sport
Ability to recognise and use the appropriate vocabulary and grammar to express opinions on healthy and unhealthy lifestyles and their consequences; relationships with family and friends; thoughts for the future, such as marriage and partnerships; hobbies and interests, sporting events and lifestyle.
Leisure and Entertainment
Ability to recognise and use the appropriate vocabulary and grammar to discuss your free time, plans, preferences and experiences; to talk about what to do when you are getting around, socialising, attending special occasions and festivals, as well as your opinions on TV, films, music, shopping, money, fashion and technology.
Travel and Tourism
Ability to recognise and use the appropriate vocabulary and grammar to discuss how to travel, experiences of holidays and exchanges – including the weather, accommodation, food, drink and cultural differences.
Media and Culture
Ability to recognise and use the appropriate vocabulary and grammar to describe and discuss music, film, reading and books, fashion, celebrities, religion, blogs and the internet.
Home and Environment
Ability to recognise and use the appropriate vocabulary and grammar to describe your home and the local area, what your local region is like; to talk about life at home, facilities nearby and how you get around; to give opinions on and discuss the current problems facing the planet and how to be environmentally friendly.
Education and Work
Ability to recognise and use the appropriate vocabulary and grammar to describe your school, college and future plans as well as pressures and problems; to talk about current jobs, work experience/part-time jobs, school life, future study and jobs abroad.
Verbs (regular and irregular) including reflexive, all persons of the verb, negative forms, interrogative forms, impersonal verbs (‘il faut’), verbs followed by an infinitive and prepositions.
Tenses – The present tense, the perfect tense, the imperfect tense (‘avoir’, ‘être’, ‘faire’), the conditional tense with ‘vouloir’, ‘aimer’ and ‘pouvoir’, the immediate future tense and the imperative.
Articles – definite, indefinite and partitive.
The use of the negative.
Adverbs – comparative and superlative including ‘mieux’ and ‘le mieux’, regular, interrogative, of place and time.
Adjectives – agreements and position, possessive, demonstrative (‘ce’, ‘cette’), comparative and superlative including ‘meilleur’ and ‘pire’, indefinite.
Dates and time – including ‘depuis’ plus the present and imperfect tense.
Pronouns – personal, reflexive, relative (‘qui’ and ‘que’), emphatic, demonstrative, indefinite, interrogative, the use of ‘y’ and ‘en’, object (direct and indirect).
Quantifiers and intensifiers (‘assez’, ‘beaucoup’, ‘peu’ etc).
Conjunctions such as ‘mais’ and ‘puis’.
The ability to recognise the passive voice in the present, future, imperfect and perfect tenses. The present participle including the use of ‘en’. Using ‘dont’, demonstrative and possessive pronouns (‘celui’ and ‘le mien’). The subjunctive mood in the present tense and commonly used expressions.
Try it and see how much you know, what you can improve on, and what you have left to learn!
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