Free French Lessons

Looking for a great way to learn French for free? These French lessons will teach you the 20% of vocabulary and grammar you need to understand 80% of everyday conversations and speak with confidence.

You will also discover proven proven tips to learn French and learn about French culture and pronunciation.

Oh and most of these lessons come with audio recorded by native French speakers and are ogaznized by level (beginner or intermediate).

Français Authentique: The Perfect Method to Go from Intermediate to Fluent

After moving to Austria and learning German from scratch, Johan came back to France and created Français Authentique, a blog where he posts authentic French content. At the core of the Français Authentique method is the idea that exposure to authentic French is the only way to reach fluency. That’s why the packs 1, 2 and …

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Spoken vs Written French: The 5 Differences You Need to Know

    What did he just say? That’s the question you will inevitably ask yourself when you hear French for the first time. Hardly surprising considering written French and spoken French are so different one could consider them two different dialects. The good news is that you will discover the main differences between written French and spoken …

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How to Conjugate the Verb pouvoir (can)

“Pouvoir” is a powerful verb. Once you know it, you can easily ask people to do something, and express what you can do. Here is how to conjugate and use “pouvoir”. Conjugation of pouvoir (can) I voluntarily chose not to include tenses like “passé simple”, because unless you are interested in French literature, you won’t need …

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The 18 Funniest French Sayings About Food

The French love nothing more than food, and it shows in their language! Here are 18 Delicious Food-Inspired French Idioms. If you want to discover more, check out Everyday French Idioms. c’est la fin des haricots Before, “beans” were the last food remaining when everything else was gone. So when it was the “end of beans”, …

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Is Listening to Slow French Bad for You? (And How to Do It Anyway)

As a French learner, you may have a hard time understanding spoken French (here is why), You already discovered 9 ways to improve your French listening skills. Today I would like to show you how you can use “slow French” to progressively get used to spoken French.  Why you shouldn’t listen to slow French Slow …

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