What do you call the tool that makes learning French as easy as checking your mail? Frantastique.
Today we have a guest post that is worth its word count in gold. Johanna, from the Les Langues Etrangères blog, has taken it upon herself to teach us how to use some rather sticky points of French grammar… and boy, do we know it to have quite a few!
Back when I was learning French, everything was old and yet new. I was learning a romance language like two others I already knew, and yet learning what was female and what was male, how to pluralize these genders, and how to spell the damn thing was nothing short of mystery.
Then, I found Lingvist.io, and the mystery was solved! Read more
You may’ve noticed I skipped last month’s Rosetta Stone review, although it doesn’t mean I’ve stopped learning French (just not as actively, as I’m currently learning Chinese). However, I’ve decided to make this my last review because I’m finding it really difficult to find anything new in Rosetta Stone, so I think it’s time to draw to conclusions on this program.
In a bid to find more listening comprehension materials for French, some months ago I found an iOS and Android app by the name of “7 jours sur la planète”, which aims to help the learner of French via real media pieces carefully chosen and curated by TV5Monde, a French global television network. Some time later, I found that “7 jours” actually originated from a website that some really nifty features itself. Both have definitely helped improve my French during this mission, which is why I’d love to share this with you!