Do you think that you are too busy to start learning French? Think again! The trick is to be able to incorporate some of the learning tools in your day-to-day activities: listen to the following podcasts when you are going for a walk with your dog, doing dishes or cooking something incredible. Use this time to work on your French without having to schedule some extra time for it.
With so many different French learning tools out there, it is not very easy to make a decision. Here are some verified suggestions, and they are totally FREE. Hope this information will be helpful, let me know your thoughts, which Podcast / App you prefer etc.
Perfect for Beginner through Intermediate levels. Move at your own pace, you can listen to these short episodes when you have 15-20 min here and there. It offers a large volume of online lessons, there are four levels and each one consists of 40 lessons.The course is very well structured.
This App is great for learning new vocabulary; you can create your own study lists or use one of thousands already available and created by other users. In addition to the interactive flash cards, you will have plenty of games to practice your new vocabulary.
Learning with Duolingo is fun and addictive. Earn points for correct answers, race against the clock, and level up. It is one of the most popular language apps out there because of its ease of use.
This Podcast will be a great resource for High Intermediate and Advance levels. These are talks about daily news events, and you can find a transcript for each episode to read and follow along.
Learn French through songs, it is one of the best ways to expand your vocabulary and work on the pronunciation at the same time.