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Learn French with daily podcasts

By Louis from Dailyfrenchpod

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Description

Learn French with free daily podcasts, brought to you by French teachers from Paris. DailyFrenchPod is an amazing effective and new way to learn French, combining daily podcast, a daily learning guide including review exercices, PDF transcript, keywords, audio and PDF vocabulary sheets, grammar tutorials, and a large community of students and experts to practice with.

Customer Reviews

C'est parfait!

I got a B in my French A Level - but that was in 1995 and I've since forgotten the lot! I have a fair comprehension ability but all my confidence has gone and I completely freeze up every time I have to actually speak French. This brilliant podcast is exactly what I need - a short, sharp burst of spoken French every day to refamiliarise myself with the language so that I will be able to start speaking it again myself before long... Highly recommended - many thanks to Louis and his team!

Excellent French Listening Practice for Intermediate Learners

I highly recommend this podcast to all Intermediate level learners of French. The lessons are presented by a native French speaker and are almost entirely in French, spoken beautifully clearly and at a good pace (not as fast as French Language radio, for example, but fast enough to challenge and develop the listening skills of an intermediate level student). More advanced french vocabulary is explained in french, using simpler french vocabulary – I find this very effective as it helps you to tune into the french language without constantly referring back to english translations, so is a more authentic way of learning a language. The lessons draw material from blogs, newspaper articles & audio extracts etc., going through the material at a fairly natural pace initially, and then running through it more slowly, explaining any advanced vocabulary as it goes along. The Wednesday lessons cover grammar points and the Friday ones deal with key phrases for particular topics – all very useful stuff. The podcasts themselves are free, but there is backup materials (transcripts, exercises etc) available via their website if you subscribe to their French Teaching service. Overall, an excellent podcast which I have found very useful.

At Last!

At last I am able to hear french being spoken at length, which is so important. I understand people need to learn how to say "I live in...", "My name is...", "What is the time?" etc... but it is just as important to listen to french being spoken in order to be able to learn and understand it. It may be a bit daunting for the complete beginner though but excellent for those at an intermediate level. I am extremely pleased to have found this podcast and thoroughly recommend it.

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