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  • Tara Joy Larrick

French Friday: My Resources to Learn French!

Hi all!

So today I am going to share with you some of the resources that I use to learn and practice my french along with the difficulty level! I hope you go check them out!


  1. Love Learning Languages- Jennifer, your french teacher from the South of France.

    1. Jennifer teaches you the basics to more in-depth study of french with weekly lessons.

    2. Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate

  1. Damon and Jo - Shut Up And Go

    1. Damon and Jo's channel is actually a travel channel but they both speak french and have a few very useful videos!

    2. Difficulty: Intermediate

  1. Monde Des Petits

    1. Monde des Petits is actually a kids channel with a song for everything and vocabulary galore! I absolutely love it and my son does too!

    2. Difficulty: Beginner

  1. French Guy 3000

    1. Ok so this guy isn't french, he's american but he has some great beginner lessons!

    2. Difficulty: Beginner

  1. Alexa Polidoro

    1. Alexa has so many great pronunciation videos.

    2. Difficulty: Beginner

There are so many resources with YouTube but those are my favorites!


  1. Coffee Break French

    1. This is a great podcast to practice listening. If you start at the beginning in Episode 1 it is the very basics of french, but their Facebook page gives varying levels of activities to practice your french!

    2. Difficulty: Beginner - Intermediate


  1. Comme Une Française

    1. Comme Une Française is a blog, learning website and videos all in one!

    2. Geraldine from Comme Une Française taches you how French is really spoken in France.

    3. Difficulty: Beginner - Intermediate

  1. Transparent Language

    1. This blog brings in french vocabulary, history, the arts, verb lessons - everything you could possible have a question about.

    2. Difficulty: Beginner


  1. FluentU

    1. I just discovered this site, it is great! It helps you learn new vocabulary and work on your listening comprehension by showing you different videos on your level.

    2. Difficulty: Wherever Level you are at, they have them all!

  1. French About

    1. This site offers everything you can imagine about the french language and culture. For me it is a great site to double check my conjugations etc.

    2. Difficulty: Beginner Apps:

  2. Duolingo

    1. This is a great beginners app to practice sentences and vocabulary.

    2. Difficulty: Beginner

Also! Make sure you invest in a good French - English dictionary to reference at anytime you may need it!

These are just a few of my favorite resources, though there are SO many out there now a days.

Bonne Chance!

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