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- I've got my history A level tomorrow. Domani ho l'esame finale di storia a scuola.What's the matter? Cosa c'è che non va?Are you just nervous or haven't you revised enough? Sei solo tesa o non hai ripassato abbastanza?It's a bit of both I suppose. Un po' di entrambi credo.History's my weakest subject, and I'm worried, that's all. Storia è la materia in cui vado peggio e sono preoccupata, questo è tutto.It sounds like nerves to me. A me sembra nervosismo.What has your teacher said about the exam? Cosa ti ha detto l'insegnante sull'esame?Has she told you what questions are likely to come up? Ti ha detto quali domande potrebbero uscire?We did loads of work on past papers. Abbiamo lavorato molto sui temi delle ultime prove.A few questions haven't come up for a good few years. Alcune domande non escono da un bel po' di anni.I wasn't very good at school. Non ero molto bravo a scuola.Read through the whole paper carefully before you start. Leggi attentamente le domande prima di cominciare.Make sure you answer the question being asked. Fa' attenzione a rispondere alla domanda che ti viene rivolta.I'm sure you'll be fine. Sono sicuro che andrai bene.Try and get a good night's sleep. Cerca di farti una bella dormita.If I'm not up before 7.30, could you give me a shout? Se non sono in piedi per le 7:30, mi chiameresti?I'll see you in the morning. Ci vediamo domattina.Good night Buonanotte.
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