French 101

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Course Summary and Review

Resources for Continuous Learning in French

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As we conclude our comprehensive 13-week French course, it's important to remember that language learning is a lifelong journey. The end of this course is not the end of your French language learning journey, but rather a stepping stone towards greater fluency. Here are some resources and strategies to help you continue your French language learning journey beyond this course.

Recommended French Language Resources


  • "Advanced French Grammar" by Monique L'Huillier: A comprehensive guide to French grammar for advanced learners.
  • "French Stories" by Wallace Fowlie: A collection of French short stories with English translations, perfect for improving reading comprehension.


  • Duolingo: A free language learning platform that offers fun, bite-sized French lessons.
  • Linguee: A dictionary and translation tool that provides examples of words and phrases in context.


  • Rosetta Stone: A language learning app that focuses on immersive learning.
  • Babbel: An app that offers practical, real-life conversation scenarios.

Language Exchange Platforms

  • Tandem: Connect with native French speakers who are learning your language and practice together.
  • HelloTalk: An app that connects language learners around the world for text, voice, and video chats.

Strategies for Maintaining and Improving French Skills

Regular Practice

Consistency is key in language learning. Try to practice French every day, even if it's just for a few minutes. This could be reading a French article, listening to a French podcast, or practicing speaking with a language exchange partner.


Immerse yourself in the French language as much as possible. This could be watching French films or TV shows, listening to French music, or even visiting a French-speaking country.

Continued Reading and Listening

Continue to read and listen to French content regularly. This will not only help you improve your vocabulary and comprehension, but also help you understand the cultural context of the language.

French Language Proficiency Tests

If you're interested in certifying your French language skills, consider taking an official French language proficiency test such as the DELF (Diplôme d'études en langue française) or DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française). These are internationally recognized certifications for French language proficiency.

Stay Connected

Finally, remember to stay connected with your fellow learners and the instructor. They can provide continued support, answer any questions you may have, and even practice French with you.

Remember, language learning is a marathon, not a sprint. Keep practicing, stay curious, and enjoy the journey of learning French!