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.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)
Television channel’s site.
Documentaries, cinema, music, news, travel, sports,…
Grammar and vocabulary activities on a lot of different topics.