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Did you know that French is the only language other than English that is spoken on 5 continents? Learning French will expand your social, cultural and professional horizons by allowing opportunities to communicate and collaborate with the 270 million speak French around the world. Contact us today and get started with an online French course completely tailored to your skills and requirements!

 

Who can take our online French courses?

Our lessons can be taken by anyone interested in becoming proficient in French. If you’ve never studied the language in the past, don’t worry: our Survival course will equip you with basic grammar and vocabulary for you to hold basic conversations in a short time. Also, as our teachers are native speakers, you’ll be exposed to French from the very first lesson. This way, you can start fine-tuning your comprehension and pronunciation!

 

What will you learn with us? 

As your classes are personalised to suit your learning style and interest, your tutor will enrich the lessons with real-life, motivating materials such as movies, TV series, songs and short stories. You’ll never run out of great resources to learn French! Whatever your level, you’ll acquire the language with a custom course that will deepen your knowledge of grammar and lexis, develop your receptive and productive skills and help you sound as native-like as possible.

 

More reasons to learn French

Furthermore, French is a Romance language, meaning you can use it as a jumping off point to acquire other languages from the same linguistic branch, such as Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and even Romanian! Reach out to us today and start your language journey!

 

Why take online French lessons?

  • You’ll have our technical agents at your disposal in case you need help to download, run or test Skype.
  • Our lessons are flexible and comfortable, as you don’t have to leave home or commute to take your classes.
  • Record the lessons for future review in case you have any doubts about the content you have already studied.
  • Decide if you want to take individual or small-group sessions with friends or co-workers. Please note that the maximum number of people allowed per group is 8.

 


These are completely free and will take no more than 15 minutes

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french Apps

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Memrise

Memrise is one of the most well-known apps in language learning today and you can use it for free as a handy tool on your mobile to expand your vocabulary and strengthen your listening skills. With the app, you’ll have access to an array of resources that include vocabulary exercises, grammar explanations and even video clips with words and key phrases uttered by native speakers (to improve your pronunciation). You will also find quiz-type games, so you can challenge a friend, family member or roommate to learn new words with you and keep on improving your French while having some fun! Click here to get started!

french Apps

Busuu

Looking for an app that helps you improve your vocabulary and language skills in French? Bussu is a great option for you! The mobile app offers guidance for 12 different languages, including French, and features activities about grammar, vocabulary and listening skills. Also, it uses speech recognition technology, so you can upload your French audio recordings to get some feedback on your pronunciation. Furthermore, it has a forum where you can socialise with other learners and share experiences while using your French in real-life conversations. Most of Busuu’s content is free, so take advantage of this opportunity to practise your French in a fun, interactive manner. Click here to start practising!

Nemo Program

The Nemo Program has recently developed a free app for 34 different languages, including French, so it’s a great opportunity for you to practise everything you have learned in your course with Listen & Learn. The best thing about this is that you can use the app whenever you have some spare time, as lessons are very short and interactive and users learn the basic words, concepts and phrases that will help them to get by when using French for communication in real-world circumstances. The app even allows you to record yourself and compare your pronunciation to that of a native speaker. Click here to start practising!

french Youtube Channels

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Joueur du Grenier

Joueur du Grenier is a French YouTuber who specialises in old video games and consoles. He enjoys playing classic games, like Pacman or The Legend of Zelda. While recording these walkthroughs, this YouTuber also talks about the history of the game and makes comments about their stories. The vocabulary he uses might be a bit hard to understand unless you’re a gamer yourself, so make sure you turn on the subtitles, especially if you are a beginner in French. Each episode lasts 5-8 minutes, so you can take a break from work and have a laugh with his videos! Watch his content here!

french Youtube Channels

Squeezie

Lucas Hauchard is a 21-year-old with over 10 million subscribers on YouTube, making him one of the youngest millionaire YouTubers in France. His channel is called Squeezie and features reaction videos to famous series, comical shorts, and walkthroughs of well-known games. One of the most viewed, with over 7 million comments, is a hilarious guide to the all-time famous Nintendo game Mario Bros. He speaks quite slowly while playing, so those who like gaming and the French language can combine both interests and improve their skills while watching entertaining, funny videos. Watch his content here!

Remi Gaillard

Are you looking to have a good time while putting your new French skills into practice? Then, you should follow Remi Gaillard, a famous prankster who impersonates famous athletes and celebrities, with most of his videos hitting over a million views. He gained attention from the French media in 2010, when he disguised himself as a football player at a match and was even greeted by the president of the Republic. Watching his videos is a good idea for those who’re looking to improve their listening comprehension at an advanced level while acquiring some conversational phrases and slang. Watch hilarious content here!

french News

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LCP

With our increasingly developed means of global communication, you don’t need to be in France to know what is going on there or to watch French content. Furthermore, watching and reading the news in your target language is one of the best ways to strengthen your reading, listening and vocabulary skills while also improving your cultural understanding. If you are learning French, La Chaîne Parlementaire is a TV channel that broadcasts activity from the National Assembly and Senate of France. You can watch it online anywhere you are and the channel also features news broadcasts you can download. The newscasters speak slowly and clearly, so you’ll be able to improve your French skills, even if you are a beginner. Click here to be informed.

french News

France TV

Thanks to the Internet, you can access the news from anywhere in the world, at any time. All it takes is a few clicks of your mouse and you have hours of language learning material at your disposal. So, if you are learning French, you’ll be glad to know that France TV allows you to watch public TV channels online a few hours after they aired. Some options for what to watch to improve your language skills include the news, soap operas and programmes for children (which are great for those of you who are just starting out and would like to pick up some new, simple words). Click here to be informed by France TV.

France Télévisions

News is a predominantly helpful tool for those of you wanting to improve either your listening or reading skills (or both!), even if you are just starting your language course. Sure, you might not understand everything the journalists are saying, but you will pick up words over time and start training your ear. After all, the more you practise, the better you’ll get. So, why not tune into France Télévisions to improve your French skills? This is the public national television station of France, a state-owned company that provides users with interactive news, sports and weather services, together with social media sharing features. Click here to be informed by France Televisions.

french For Kids

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Hello World

Games are great instruments to help children acquire a new language while having fun. Luckily, the internet is full of websites that offer language games for free, such as Hello World. This site is full of interactive activities and songs that help kids learn basic French vocabulary, such as the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colours. Most of the games are classical ones, like tic tac toe, listen and match, etc. There is also a section that features expressions, like greetings, thanking others or asking for food, where children can listen to recordings of real conversations and repeat them while completing exercises. Check out the page here!

french For Kids

Babar

Looking for children’s books in French with a great message to read to your kids? Histoire de Babar is a famous children’s book that tells the story of Babar, a young elephant whose mother is killed by a hunter. The baby escapes and visits different places looking for a new home. So, your kid will learn vocabulary related to the different places and people Babar visits, like the jungle (arbre: tree, feauille: leaf), the city (rue: street, bâtiment: building) and other families (mère: mother, père: father, fils: son, fille: daughter)! Click here to know more about the books.

Rolie Polie Olie

Looking for a great animated series for your children to watch and acquire French vocabulary and structures? Rolie Polie Olie is a Canadian television series produced by the Disney Channel that follows the adventures of Olie, a little robot and his friends on the moon. The robot is composed of several geometric shapes, so it's a great opportunity for your children to learn new words, such as circle (cercle), sphere (sphère) or square (carré). Also, it is spoken using the Canadian accent, so the series is also helpful to become acquainted with French Canadian. Learn more about the cartoon here!

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