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FIAF.org, Babbel.com and LiveMocha.com each offer online French classes. Each combines audio, visual and interactive sources, including live instruction and community discussion with native speakers. To enroll for classe... More »

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Two of the best websites to learn French online are BBC Languages and Learner.org. The French language programs on these sites are free and do not require registration. More »

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Tutorials, exercises and audio resources for both new and experienced French speakers are available online through ielanguages.com, The French Tutorial, About.com and Duolingo. Using some or all of these regularly can he... More »

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French language learning games can be found on many websites including Digital Dialects, Internet Polyglot and French-Games. Most games on these sites are designed for beginner to intermediate learners. More »

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A variety of common French phrases can be found alongside their pronunciations at the "French For Dummies" website. Meanwhile, Omniglot provides free streaming audio files for a list of everyday French expressions. More »

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