Diary Entries - Leaving Cert French
Diary entries are one of the most popular written options chosen by Leaving Cert students of French. However, a lot of students lose marks as they are unsure of exactly how to do them. As with all writing skills, there is a certain way of excelling at this type of writing.
At www.frenchnotes.ie we give the students the tools necessary to write in a concise and personal manner. A diary is a personal response to an event or situation. There are 30 marks going for this piece of writing, and in order to do well, students have to keep referring to the stimulus material given. They are expected to write at least 75 words, without waffling! In our Leaving Cert French Diary section, students will have access to sample diary entries, as well as key grammatical constructions and french sayings that can be used, depending on the type of diary entry. As a member of www.frenchnotes.ie you have access to all of our diary entry samples as well as our exclusive content on how to structure your answer. As we are constantly uploading new content to our site, you will have automatic access to any new material for the duration of your subscription.