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French Interactive Readings

French Interactive Readings • French Click on a reading below. The reading will begin to play. Pause it and see the word that is being read. Click on any word and the reading will start up at that location. Use the arrow keys to jump backwards and forward in the sound track. A free French Interactive Reading app is now available for Android. Beginning Readings Chère Maman, cher Papa * by Christine Hendelman voice: Tamara Chida Le Bon * by Christine Hendelman, Thomas Blackmon, & Stephanie Villard voice: Alexia Maher Le Cauchemar ** by Thomas Blackmon & Stephanie Villard voice: Alexia Maher Le Lycée *** by Thomas Blackmon & Stephanie Villard voice: Alexia Maher & Stéphanie Villard Le Brocant *** by Thomas Blackmon & Stephanie Villard voice: La Guillotine *** by Thomas Blackmon & Stephanie Villard voice: Alexia Maher *easy **medium ***hard Advanced Readings Guy de Maupassant 1850 - 1893

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Francais IB - Reading Comprehension Practice - C.J. Hooker Middle School - Goshen Central School District - Goshen, NY Reading in French is a great way to reinforce vocabulary and grammar. Many beginner French students find reading French to be quite difficult, so it is important to practice with authentic materials like books and newspapers. There are also a great deal of French reading resources available on the internet. Learn French with French Children's Stories - The French Experiment Some well-known children's stories translated into French and spoken by a native French speaker. Great for kids... and adults too! Read along in French or English. Les Trois Petits Cochons

Core French 5 to 12 (2001) Skip to main content | Skip to navigation | Accessibility Statement Text Size Advanced Search Help Contact Us Practice & Perfect Your French Practice and perfect your French with free online lessons, study tips, practice ideas, tests, common mistakes and difficulties, and much more. Daily and Weekly French Features Adding even a little bit of French to your day can make a big difference. French Grammar Lessons French Reading Practice Reading --that is to say, literacy--is the key to true fluency in any language, and French is no exception. Frequent reading "programs" the syntax and vocuabulary of the language into your brain. French is a very accessible reading language for English speakers, because the alphabets are almost entirely the same. Once you learn the difference between e and e, c and c, a few other outliers, and some basic rules of pronunciation, you'll be on your way. They key, then, is to find lots of interesting stuff to read. Once again, the internets come to the rescue.

The 13 Best French Textbooks for French Learners of Any Level What’s the best way to become a maverick of the French language? Immersion is definitely the name of the game, and there are a ton of ways to do it: french audiobooks, e-books, french music, movies and apps galore! But the unfortunate fact remains: there are basics to learn. You need to have an understanding of French grammar and enough vocabulary to get you started. For some, supplementing immersion-based learning with an old-fashioned textbook is the perfect cocktail needed for French language learning.

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