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Use our exam-specific tips so that, among other things, you can a) beat the SAT French exams and b) not freak out the next time you're confronted with faux-amis (at least, the linguistic ones. You're on your own with the real-life ones).
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French is a lot sexier than other languages, but you gotta get the nitty-gritty down the same way you do with everything else: drills, drills, and, hey, did we mention we have more drills? You're going to know this stuff like the back of your hand. Or the front of your face. Whichever is more familiar to you.