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- How did your exam go? Com'è andato l'esame?It's difficult to say for sure. È difficile dirlo con certezza.I could have answered the last essay question better. Avrei potuto rispondere meglio all'ultima domanda.There were a couple of really hard questions. C'erano un paio di domande veramente difficili.I spent too much time answering the other questions. Ho impiegato troppo tempo a rispondere alle altre domande.I was running out of time when I got to the last question. Il tempo era quasi finito quando sono arrivata all'ultima domanda.Not all of the questions I expected came up. Non sono uscite tutte le domande che mi aspettavo.I think I answered the questions quite well. Credo di aver risposto abbastanza bene a tutte le domande.I hope I did well enough to get a B. Spero di essere andata bene abbastanza da prendere una B.When's your next exam? Quand'è il prossimo esame?My last exam is French oral on Monday afternoon. Il mio ultimo esame è l'orale di francese lunedì pomeriggio.When do you get the results? Quando avrai i risultati?The exam results are sent by post sometime during the last week of August. I risultati degli esami vengono spediti per posta durante l'ultima settimana di agosto.
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