Links to sites you may find useful.
This site has lots of grammar lessons, vocabulary lists, and even sound files for pronunciation and aural comprehension.
There are also a number of foreign language bookshops that you can access
Le Forum Highly recommended! We are located in Fremantle.
Books: for everyone. CDs: The widest choice of French artists and World Music on-line: DVDs: A selection of French movies subtitled or available in both languages
http://www.languages.com.au (Foreign Language Bookshop, in Melbourne)
http://www.languageint.com.au (Language International bookshop, Hawthorn)
http://www.languagebooks.com.au (Abbey Books, in Sydney)
http://www.livreenpoche.com/ (second hand paperback books in France, very cheap, speedy delivery, tried successfully)
and of course http://www.amazon.fr/ (Beware of very high postage)
For those of Intermediate or higher levels, a very useful resource is a French audio-magazine, which comes on CD or cassette, complete with transcripts. Their website is:
(Reproduced with thanks from NewsFlash,
newsletter of the AF of Albury-Wodonga)
Below is a list of interesting and useful websites in order to help
you to make progress and keep up your French. The list is ordered
French Steps will introduce you to simple, spoken French language. The language you'll learn will help you to find your way, order meals, introduce yourself, etc and to understand predictable things that people will say to you.
Discover French cities through activities, listening, grammar,…
Television channel’s site.
Documentaries, cinema, music, news, travel, sports,…
Grammar and vocabulary activities on a lot of different topics.
French TV in Australia