There are many websites dedicated to offering beginning French lessons on the Internet, including the BBC, Bonjour.com and JeFrench. Apps for Android and iPhone operating systems present another option and include Babbel and Le Bon Mot. Babbel is also available online, while Le Mot is app only.
The BBC site offers a comprehensive program for learning French, including a basic guide to French, online lessons for beginners, French vocabulary and French grammar. Those who want to progress beyond beginning French can take advantage of the interactive video course. JeFrench offers basic French lessons in a numbered course system and Bonjour offers French instruction under specific topics such as Asking For Help or Greetings.
Babbel has a variety of features within its app platform as well as on the website. Babbel claims to contain up to 3,000 vocabulary words and offers speech recognition, as well as keeping track of words and phrases reviewed. The Le Mot app offers beginning vocabulary and 20 free lessons. It offers a variety of interactive games and tests such as hangman, multiple choice tests, drag and drop tests and much more. It claims to have a native speaker in order to promote the best pronunciation and it also offers offline support.