Translations are a really useful way to practice written French and identify small grammatical errors that may cost you dearly in the exam. Here are some Junior Cert translations to practice. The solutions are underneath! Continue reading “Junior Cert French Translation Practice”
I’m in the middle of writing an essential King Lear guide for students. This will include an analysis of each scene, as well including the essential quotes to learn for Leaving Cert English. It’s intended to hopefully simplify the text for students.
2011 Paper One: Write an article for a popular magazine in which you outline your views about the impact of technology on the lives of young people.
2014- Write a feature article for a magazine, which may be light-hearted or serious, about Irish people’s obsession with the weather.
Remember- comprehensions are vitally important for Leaving Cert. They’re worth the most marks so knowing vocabulary is essential.
Pour célébrer les résultats du baccalauréat au mois d’août, des copains/copines vous proposent de partir avec eux/elles en vacances à l’étranger. Vous en discutez avec vos parents mais ils refusent de vous laisser partir avec vos ami(e)s.
‘Tout le monde devrait pratiquer un sport à l’école’. [Marianne, étudiante] Qu’en pensez-vous?
It is the month of May and you are preparing for the Junior Certificate. Write a letter in French to your penpal Claudine. In your letter – apologise for not writing sooner and give an excuse – thank her for the invitation to spend two weeks in St Malo next summer – tell her what you hope to do during your time in St Malo – ask for news about her family – tell her what you did during the Easter holidays.
Here is a general opinion piece about the Irish Education System. Hope you find it helpful! 🙂