French audio with transcripts
There are about 150 bilingual listening exercises and numerous short videos on Lawless French, but if you still need more, take a look at these French sites which include high-quality audio by native speakers.
“Daily audio lessons, exercises and learning guides are entirely produced from Paris by French university-educated teachers with Master’s Degree in French as a foreign language.” (last update January 2021)
Journal en français facile
Ten minutes of news a day.
News in Slow French
Four news items a week in slow or normal French, followed by commentary – read my review.
One Thing in a French Day
"A small slice of a Frenchwoman’s day — in France and in French. A fun way to improve your French!" (with language level and podcast transcript on the website)
Vast collection of subscription-based, real-life video content for all levels, including news, music, and movie previews. Each FluentU video includes captions, translation, and the option to click any word for its definition and example sentences. Subscribe to FluentU.
A subscription to Lawless French Immersion offers unlimited access to short, real-life French videos about culture, news, and music, with interactive subtitles as well as printable transcript, translation, and various vocabulary and comprehension activities. Great for students and teachers! Subscribe or learn more.
Yabla French is a subscription site with a massive collection of original videos featuring native speakers to help you learn and practice French at any level. Its state-of-the-art dictation tool alone is worth the price of admission – learn more.
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