Babbel vs Duolingo: Which app is best for learning French?

Babbel and Duolingo are two of the most popular French learning apps on the market today. But which one is better? Let’s compare Babbel and Duolingo to see which one you should use to learn and practice French. Which is better: Babbel or Duolingo? Babbel and Duolingo are similar in many ways, but also very …

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The Best Websites and Apps for French Conversation Practice

There are lots of ways to practice French, but if you want to become a better speaker, the ideal solution is to add real conversation practice to your other learning resources. Luckily, there are lots of opportunities to practice speaking French, both online and in real life.   Let’s take a look at some French …

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Babbel review: Is Babbel a good way to learn French?

Launched in 2008, Babbel is one of the most famous language learning apps on the market today. Although it covers nearly every aspect of French learning, is Babbel a good choice for French learnerss, and is it a better choice than conversational French apps like French Together? I recently sat down and put Babbel to the test, focusing on two different learning …

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The best apps to learn French (and the ones to avoid)

What’s the best French learning app out there? The answer to that question is more complicated than you might think. With so many offerings on the market, you might feel overwhelmed. But actually, this variety of French learning apps is a good thing, since it means there’s more of a chance of finding the right …

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How to find the perfect French tutor online

Whether you’re taking French classes or learning on your own, you might feel like you need a little extra practice. Even if you already have a French pen pal or language exchange partner, there may be a point when you want to hire a tutor to help you. Here’s how to find the perfect French …

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What are the best online French courses to become fluent in 2024?

Unlike French learning apps, which tend to focus on one aspect of French or to feature brief lessons and interactive activities, online French courses provide a comprehensive approach with in-depth coverage of vocabulary, grammar, and culture. This makes them much more similar to traditional French classes. Some even issue a certificate upon completion! This can …

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