deise_girl Moderator
#1

So If I do a load of work on my aural tomorrow Ill be feeling okay about this exam
Just hope its not a formal letter, we never learned them :/

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#2

i have a feeling the Aural will mess me up , but im awesome (sorta) at written expression so i might get a good grade i've always loved French

coolyourjets Registered User
#3

deise_girl said:
So If I do a load of work on my aural tomorrow Ill be feeling okay about this exam
Just hope its not a formal letter, we never learned them :/


dont worry u always hav a choice between a formal and informal letter

giggsy664 Registered User
#4

Inb4 Henry-based handball part on the paper

Gaeilge-go-deo Registered User
#5

i'd love if a formal letter cam up.. i always write like a page and a half for the formal letter and half for the informal ... :L:L

coolyourjets Registered User
#6

I just plain hate formal letters in any language french,english,irish,japanese etc.....

Tommyrawr Registered User
#7

For the informal i just blab on about how french is the best subject ever and how my french teacher is the best and how i dispise other subjects
then i talk about my family my mam or dad in a car accident and im minding the children then when i wnt out friday night and partyed and met a girl then i discribe her and then we all went to the chipper
and then i ask does he have any news and end my letter

i got an A in the pre xD

Tommyrawr Registered User
#8

coolyourjets said:
I just plain hate formal letters in any language french,english,irish,japanese etc.....


Japanese formal letters are quite Funny as the tenses dont go together and your saying mister all the time kinda confuzing =S
i prefer informal japanese

coolyourjets Registered User
#9

Tommyrawr said:
Japanese formal letters are quite Funny as the tenses dont go together and your saying mister all the time kinda confuzing =S
i prefer informal japanese


I hope theres no japanese ppl on tonight :pac:or they might b offended nd cut u wit their samurai sword:L

_Tyrrell_ Registered User
#10

any of you geniuses want to provide me with a basic start and ending for the informal letter?

coolyourjets Registered User
#11

Dublin,le 6 janvier

Cher Marc,
Ca va?Ca va tres bien. blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

a bientot/Amities

Francois

_Tyrrell_ Registered User
#12

thanks dude, dosey slut of a teacher was too busy fixing her makeup to give us an example

coolyourjets Registered User
#13

No way ur french teacher's a whore too? Small world:L

_Tyrrell_ Registered User
#14

yeah, rumour is she gave a 6th year head at graduation a couple of years ago, and she just dissapeared after that year and came back like 3 years after. she also drives a mini, meaning she's a total whore

OulDublinHead Registered User
#15

Gaeilge-go-deo said:
i'd love if a formal letter cam up.. i always write like a page and a half for the formal letter and half for the informal ... :L:L

The length of answers don't matter, the less you write the best in most cases. One/two sentences is enough for full marks on a point. The more you write the more you have a chance of getting wrong and losing marks in the spelling section But if you're 100% sure then go ahead with whatever you write.
deise_girl said:
So If I do a load of work on my aural tomorrow Ill be feeling okay about this exam
Just hope its not a formal letter, we never learned them :/

Formal letters are *****. I really hate them in comparison to my informals But as said, we always have a choice
I was doing aurals the other day but my papers only do like 6 years back so I ran out quite quickly but I'm feeling confident Good luck as I know aurals catch a lot of people

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