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In studying a language at GCSE you'll be increasing your ability to communicate, exploring other cultures and understanding how language works. Modern Foreign Languages are those which are currently used in today's world, unlike Latin or Ancient Greek which are known as Classical Languages. Broadly speaking MFL includes French, German, Spanish and Italian. There are schools where chances exist to learn a different language such as Russian or Mandarin and your eventual choice may require you to have a discussion with your languages teachers.

Obtaining a good pass in an MFL requires you to develop skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing, and the ability to express yourself in the examinations is key. Marked by Teachers has a wide range of GCSE MFL answer examples from which you can really benefit; picking up and honing those required techniques which will lead to eventual exam success.

A GCSE in a modern foreign language will allow you to study it further at A level where your grasp of the language will be greatly developed.

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