Binat wrote:Thanks for the information! Can I also advise several online courses? I'm studying French
. Welcome to forum! I look forward to reading your comments on the multitude of subjects that make this forum so interesting and stimulating for language-learners. As to your question, while it is not uncommon for a discussion thread to evolve in a direction which differs from the initial post, in this case, as this thread was opened to follow the development one specific product, I wonder if you could please add your suggestions for online French courses under the "French Resources" discussion thread. Merci à l'avance!
or Merci d'avance!
, whichever you prefer. Thank you.French Resourceshttps://forum.language-learners.org/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=2914
First of all, thank you for your kind response! Very nice when you pay attention!
Well, about online courses. I would like to warn you at once that my French level is slightly higher than the beginner, but even before the intermediate I am still not very good (
However, I am involved in language, it is useful for my further training and work.
So ... I asked a lot of people on the other forums who are studying French.
First of all, I wanted to say that I found several free online courses that are really useful than that. For example Duolingo
- takes the leading place in the applications in the category "Training". And all thanks to the clever synthesis of learning and entertainment. The program does not require much time - only 20 minutes a day, and during this time you will have time to complete 3-4 lessons, and for three months in your dictionary will be 1500
Another interesting application Memrise
The application actively struggles with cramming, so all tasks are very fun and creative. In addition, they are not invented by professionals, but members of the Memrise community. This means that the pictures and situations were checked by other people who comprehend the French language. This method is very effective and not boring at all.
Now for users, there are several levels of complexity: from the initial to the advanced. All of them are conditionally divided into 15 groups: verbs, colors, words for describing emotions and the like.
It's about applications. As for the analysis of online courses, I found through Google an interesting site that compared the 5 most popular courses, leave a link here. https://www.bestadvisor.com/best-french-courses-online
But there is Rosetta Stone ... Her courses are now popular, but I've seen a lot of criticism on the forums addressed to her. Specifically, why people do not perceive it to me and it was not possible to find out but many answers included the phrase "haha".
I used Babbel. Many other forums can advertise you in a parallel way. The application is also there. I think it's just for each of us to try different ways for myself, I tried to describe each in detail) Maybe someone else has more questions, I'll be glad to answer you.