The following are links to sites that offer different options for learning verbal French on-line. The sites are varied, free and all differ in terms of educational approach. Content varies from site to site. Some teach very formal French from France, others offer more common vocabulary and expressions. One of these sites might suit your needs but remember the best way to learn a language is in the company of others.
- Rosetta Stone – Licence and Request agreement
- Rosetta Stone – Catalyst Learner Toolkit
- Rosetta Stone - Where to go for help
Mauril – https://mauril.ca/en/
C'est formidable – https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-214-c-est-formidable
Slow French – https://www.newsinslowfrench.com/
Linguee – https://www.linguee.fr/
French for beginners
Tex’s French Grammar
Originally built for students at the University of Texas as a user-friendly guide to French grammar, this web site explains grammar items which are then exemplified in self-correcting, fill-in-the-blank exercises.
This free demo of grammar exercises offers over 300 grammar exercises ranging in difficulty (beginner to advanced). Le CyberProf de français website is an excellent tool for those taking French classes, or even for those who are looking to improve their written skills.
While this website accompanies the book Allons-y!, the French Online Grammar Quiz can be used without the book. It consists of beginner - intermediate grammar exercises ranging from verb conjugation to numbers and general vocabulary words. Certain sections also have an audio component, better ensuring correct pronunciation.
Free Online French Lessons