الطرق كثيرة لكن ان كنت تقصد افضل طريقة "غير مكلفة " فتصفح هذه المواقع :
BBC French – The mother of all learn French websites. I reviewed BBC French in a previous post.
About.com French – Comprehensive resource for learning French.
Carnegie Mellon Free French – The prestigious university’s French courses aren’t easy, as they feature natural French speakers – but they are high quality and free!
French Assistant – Free French language lessons, with over 150000 French words and phrases.
French Revision – Interactive French lessons for the younger crowd (11-18).
Anne Fox Learning French – A collection of educational tools to help your French.
French Culture dot org – The official website of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy has tons of links to educational resources throughout the USA. Fantastic design on this site – something you don’t see often on government sites.
French in Action – Dozens of instructional learn French videos.
Wild French – A site that compiles various online learning resources that are made available through courses and textbooks.
Learn French with Quebec Gov’t- This is the official Quebec immigration site aimed at helping new Quebeckers master French. Quizzes, exercises, resources and more.
Zut Junior French – Between 9am and 4pm, this site offers free French activities to help kids learn French.
Frenchtastic People – Fantastic resource with lessons, exercises, and exams broken into 23 weeks.
French Teachers dot net – This site run by three French teachers in the UK started as a way to share teaching resources with other teachers. It has since grown into a site packed full of great learning resources.
Interactive French- Great resource from the University of Texas. Video and audio lessons will help your French.
Francophone Louisiana – This site was created by the Consulate General of France in New Orleans. Rich in learning resources and links.
French as a Second Language – French teacher Pierre Renaud has put together a great site with activities and print-outs for kids.
Mango French – Free French courses with slideshows and quizzes. Also features a number of other languages.
I love the blogs below because they each give you a different perspective to French and learning French.
Foreign Language Fun – Diane, a French teacher, has put together a great blog here.
La Dame Dragon – A Canadian blog that focuses on corporate training of French.
I Heart France – Warm and funny blog by a high school French teacher in Texas.
Bringing up Baby Bilingual – Fascinating blog about raising a bilingual child. By a former French teacher.
The French Corner – Learning French Blog with lots of links. Check out their custom French Facebook applications!
Polly Vous Francais – Great blog about an American in Paris.
Naked Translations – Céline Graciet is an accomplished English-to-French translator who authors this engaging blog.
Too Many Frogs & One Brit – Hilarious blog about a Brit in France. Be prepared to laugh!
The French Journal – A great blog on French culture. Unfortunately the author does not post as frequently as I’d like to see!
Le Franco Phoney – Funny and well-written blog about life in France from an Australian’s perspective.
French Culture and Life
While these sites may not directly teach you French, they will give you a deeper insight into what it means to be French. The more cultural knowledge you have, the richer your understanding of French will be.
This French Life – Robust and active site focusing on French life. A must read if you want to move to France.
The Paris Blog – Group blog covering life in Paris.
Paris Daily Photo – The title says it all – one picture from Paris everyday by skilled Parisian photographer Eric.
From Paris With Love – A cool Paris blog for those planning to visit.
Montreal City Blog – Kate McDonnell’s blog about Montreal will keep you up on life in Canada’s coolest city.
Web in France Magazine – An English magazine about life in France.
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