Are There Any Good Websites That Will Help Me Learn French ?
I had wanted to learn French for a long time then I just called Pimsleur on 877-566-2629 and they were great in recommending me a course that suited my needs.
I've taken local classes, used Rosetta Stone, and purchased Smart French audio CDS. Yes...I am an old dog and its very hard for me to learn new tricks. Pimsleur was effective because of the reviews that occur throughout the audio set. You just don't memorize it one time and then never hear it again.
The next session builds on the previous session with a some "new material" and by the end you've built a "small" but effective vocabulary. I also learned specific language rules that were omitted or assumed common knowledge in my French class. I
understand that other users may want a written book or guide. However, I've found that with French, it is better NOT to know how the word is spelled because it doesn't sound anything like the way it's spelled. It's definitely better to learn the correct pronounciation FIRST. I highly recommend this audio series. It was much more effective than the Smart French Audio CDs.
It's great that you can absorb a new language effortlessly without any reading, writing or computer use. I put them onto my iPod and listen while I am driving and jogging. So many other courses require you to sit at a study desk. Definitely not for me.
If you want to learn French do what I did and call toll free 877-566-2629.
You will be fluent in French before you know it.
Yes there are quite a few :) They will often have usernames and passwords that will need to be enetered due to the main use of schools. Here is one: http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/
If I think of any others I'll let you know. :)