German Oral Exam - Listen to all the Picture Stories and Role Plays

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The German oral exam can be tricky to study or practise for. That's why we here at Studyclix created our own notes for the picture stories and role plays, so that you can get ideas from them or use them for yourself! We've even included possible questions at the end of each picture/role play, as well as important vocabulary for you to learn.


If you study German, you'll know the pronunciation isn't always easy. Therefore, we've also uploaded audio files to go with each picture/role play, so you can listen to our notes being read aloud in German while you read them and know exactly how everything should be pronounced.

To access these notes, head over to our German Oral Exam Page, where you can choose from each picture/role play.

To listen to the audio, just click play on the playbar at the top of the page.


For more help with your German study, check out the German Videos and Notes page, where you should be able to find lots of helpful websites, notes and videos to improve your study. We also recommend you read our blog on How to Learn a Language.

Best of luck with your study and of course the exam in April! If you have any questions, comments or concerns, don't hesitate to get in touch. :)

Eimear & the Studyclix Team


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