Learn French by following the adventures of Victor Hugo as he explores the Francophone universe. The humorous videos and comics are suitable for all levels of French learners aged 15 and up, and include a variety of accents as well as slang.
A self-study French course divided into 30 loosely themed units consisting of grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation lessons; cultural tips; and assorted quizzes along the way.
No matter how motivated and self-reliant you are, you can't learn French entirely on your own. For those times when you just can't figure out a particularly tricky French phrase or grammatical construction, here are some places to get help.
Frequently asked questions about French, learning French, and Lawless French.
Whatever your dreams related to French may be, setting specific goals – and measuring your progress against them – is one of the most effective tools in your learning arsenal. Choosing the right goals isn’t rocket science, but there’s a little more to it than just throwing together a list.
Need a refresher on grammar basics like parts of speech and the various verb elements? Check out this French grammar glossary for short explanations of all the essential French grammar terms, from adjectives to verb voice.
Is French still an important language? A linguist and a journalist say no, but I (and the facts) say yes!
Learning French on your own? Lawless French is packed with lessons and tips which you can supplement with other resources to study independently as efficiently as possible.
Studying for an hour a week will only get you so (not) far. Intensity in terms of getting as close to immersion as possible as well as regular practice are vital.