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About.com has links to everything you might want to know about learning French, including audio and video resources. You can also sign up for French lessons to be sent to you via email. Jim Becker, a Professor Emeritus from the University of Iowa has a very large site with links to web sites on all things French. From the Oxford Brookes University Library, topics include General resources on France and French studies, Literature and theatre, Politics and social issues, Media, Business, French language, Visiting France, and more.
Fodors includes links for students to practice French Greetings, Directions, Shopping, Numbers, Dining Out, and Basic Phrases. At the Polyglot Project, you can read texts in French as well as many other languages.  Simply highlight any word you are not familiar with and it will translate it for you. You can sign up for a free account and list your native language. Annenberg Learning provides free access to French in Action, a set of 52 half-hour programs for students learning French.
Try these audio French games, practice your French verbs, and experience more French language fun at Digital Dialects. Use Teachnology to locate French lesson plans. The Learn a Language French section has all kinds of links that are helpful to French students, including French vocabulary, phrases, a French dictionary, French culture, and French verbs.
Conjugate hundreds of French verbs online! The New York Regents site has links to past comprehensive exams in French. Access free International Newspapers from French speaking countries all over the world.
Find Practice AP Exams and more from the College Board. AP® French Language and Culture 2012 Free-Response Questions ieLanguage Tutorials includes French Phrases, Vocabulary, Grammar, Pronunciation, Listening Resources and more.
Bonjour de France has grammar, composition, videos, idioms and more and is completely in French. Have some fun and practice your French by playing games with Scooby Doo, Spider Man, or other favorite characters. Use QuizLet to study, spell, and then take practice quizzes in French.
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