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Nowadays, it has become un jeu d’enfant to learn a foreign language. But, how can you avoid getting lost in the sea of information and use the internet wisely? I’ll give you a clue.

Jun 4, 2014 12:00 AM
Comments · 5

I would like to add something to the smartphone section: the app Duolingo has taught me a lot! It's a fun app, it motivates you to practice every day and it is free. They also have a website with slightly more functions.

October 2, 2014

Merci pour vos commentaires Eric et Vortex!

There are very many useful resources in the Internet and sharing them here is a great way to help others learn French.

June 12, 2014

Nice article.  I found this blog that has conversations in normal paced french (they don't speak slowly) and they transcribe the conversations and explain the meanings of the expressions they use. http://francebienvenue1.wordpress.com/

June 10, 2014

well thank you for your advice and instructions , I think they could help me 

 

June 4, 2014

On the internet you can also view many french native videos on YouTube.  Great for learning to listen to natives speaking at rates that vary between normal speed and extrodinarily fast.  I often find that by practicing with this very fast audio, when switching back to other material I can much more easily pick out words and phrases.

 

Coursera.org has several offerings in French.  I have taken some and found that, because of the narrow focus of the class, it's very easy to follow the audio/subtitles.  When searching for meaning in words I have never seen before it's so much easier when I know they are linked to a specific topic.  

June 4, 2014
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