Has anyone experience od on-line french lessons? My french is okay but I feel a bit of extra study would help me.
I've used the BBC website for learning French and I found it pretty helpful up to a point. I've had quite a few friends recommend Babbel though, especially if you're using a tablet or other mobile device, but I haven't personally tried it yet.
Thanks Madge. I'll give them a go.
I've used Learnfrenchbypodcast.
Audio lessons free but useful pdf versions aviailable to buy which give much more information and background to the lessons.
I haven't used it as much as I should have but I did find it to be quite good - have a look and see waht you think.
Try the BUSUU app on your phone. Its there when you have 5 minutes to learn and its very colloquial and about situations and events that actually occur in daily life.
The Michel Thomas cds are great - lots for sale on Ebay Carol x