I have spoken French since I was a child, being born and brought up in a French speaking culture, I am familiar with the language and expressive with speaking it at all levels, formally even casually so familiarising with the pronunciation and even expressing yourself orally will show that you are fluent in French and can flow with ease. The tricky parts can be dealt with systematically I find that French has many tenses but don't worry this can be learnt without any stress and is very helpful talking it out with another person, reading and writing with verbs and tenses can be practiced in formal way. I tend to use grammar and verb books which are helpful in practicing the vocabulary which will even help you with your writing. The more you practice the better you will understand what you want to say and express yourself better.
I have done French and GCSE and taken exams at a levels. I have been giving lessons whilst at school to other pupils and taught my younger sisters. I achieved a A* at French GCSE and achieved a B for my other exams, I find that even the brightest students didn't achieve highest grade it is down to you how hard you work at school and definitely receive the help you need.
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