Learn a bit about teaching French as a second language while working on your own language skills.
are a classic way to practice French, even for native speakers. For them, dictées
are a test of grammar (particularly agreement) and spelling - sort of like super-charged spelling bees. For French students, dictées
are an excellent form of combined listening and writing practice.
Practice French listening comprehension, writing, and spelling at the same time with dictées
from Progress with Lawless French.
Work on your French listening comprehension with this funny video by a French teen, with lots of expressions and informalities.
In many words the letter e is potentially silent, a characteristic which has three French names: e caduc
, e instable
, and e muet
. Though e muet
is the most common term, e instable
is the most accurate.
Some language mistakes are so widespread that they eventually become rules. Learn about some of these while working on your advanced French listening comprehension in this fascinating radio show with transcript and translation.
Practice your French translation and writing skills with this C1-level writing challenge: Fishing with My FatherNote:
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French learners are always looking for new sources of French listening practice, and FluentU is one of the best. This subscription site offers videos for all levels of French, enhanced with quizzes, spaced repetition, and other tools to help you practice what you know and learn at your own pace.
The French spoken in Québec can be very different than what you hear in France. Check out this animated video for an explanation of the Québécois accent ... in the Québécois accent.
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.