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French Notes and support from this fledgling, Irish, educational, site are specifically designed for the needs of the Irish syllabus at both Leaving and Junior Certificate level. Teachers and Students are further advised that there are resources on all subjects available at Leaving and at ScoilNet. These are terrific and totally free sites.


  1. A Super Mega Link - TennesseeBob's Famous French Links - 2nd Edition - Now a 10,000-Link Globe-Gate Supersite

  2. A fun Web site for students of French and their teachers featuring photostories, anecdotes, jokes and songs about escargots

  3. Annimated images with French titles

  4. A superb resource from About .Com for French language and culture, including beginners French lessons (with audio), grammar guides. Loads of links to cater for all aspects of the French Language

  5. Accord-Academie offer a range of free services for students studying French as a foreign language. Loads of extremely useful links

  6. Accent Checker. Type your french passage here and let the computer check the accents for you

  7. Check out these links to develop your command of French (advanced users only)

  8. ClicNet publishes or locates virtual French resources for students, the teachers of French and all those who are interested in the cultures, arts and the French-speaking literatures. There is an absolute wealth of resources here with great links

  9. Connections to French Resources on the WEB which might be of interest to anyone who is teaching and/or learning French.

  10. Cuisine Pour Vous is a cook book intended for all those who wish to learn various culinary methods and to improve their talent for using various recipes. While cooking some french delights your command of the French language will also benefit

  11. Eurodicautom is the European Commissions multilingual term bank. Entries are classified into 48 subject fields (ranging from medicine to public administration). New users should click on the "About" button and then scroll to the end of the page where they will click on a comprehensive online user guide.

  12. French This is a terrific resource for students of French. Follow the hyperlinks or the links on the left of the page

  13. French Grammar practice sheets by Wendy Woo

  14. French from the EUN Schoolnet. Click on the resources and links. Extensive resources here for students of French

  15. French English Online Dictionary

  16. French from Homework Helpers

  17. French Newspapers online Scroll through the list of countries to find the French newspapers

  18. French Resources selected by the Omaha Public Schools based on their relevance to their curriculum needs

  19. French spoken in the Kitchen - Civilization: discovered French-speaking areas through their kitchens

  20. French song lyrics online for all ages and totally free.

  21. Grammar exercises for Students of French.

  22. Grammar Reference. This grammar reference consists of several chapters, each dealing with a specific aspect of grammar.

  23. Introduction to the French Faculty at Appalachian State University

  24. Jiskha Homework Help Foreign Languages Center Follow the Link

  25. La Culture Francophone

  26. Learn French for FREE using online Active Language© Lab! You must register (free). Great site for revision.

  27. Lingua @ net europa. Click on Welcome. Then Click on Education and then click on teaching and learning materials on the left of the page. Now click on French on the right of the page. Now you have arrived at a terrific online educational resource page for students of French. Some of these links are available elsewhere on this page

  28. Listen to French radio stations online or you can read (in French) written reports of breaking news stories

  29. Lots of French grammar practice/worksheets in pdf files. You can print them off and cut them up to suit your own requirements

  30. Multilingual Text to Speech. Type your text in English and hear it spoken in French

  31. Once you have registered with Eloquence you can begin learning French, for free, in minutes

  32. Project Babelnet is a French site hosted in Austria! Worth a visit.

  33. Page of superb links from Babelnet to develop your French speaking and reading skills --if you are ready for the challenge!

  34. Paris Pages - a collection of everything regarding the City of Light. To help you navigate around, please take a moment to read all about finding your way. French and English versins of this mega link

  35. Subject based phrases and terms translated

  36. Teaching French with Technology. Francophone Resources provided by the American Association of French Teachers. The links here just go on and on

  37. Tex's French Grammar1 (la grammaire de l'absurde), a pedagogical reference grammar that combines explanations with surreal dialogues and cartoon images. Click on the links across the top f the page

  38. Text translation tool from AltaVista. Translation tools are approximate and only give a rough and very imprecise translation. They are only useful for getting a rough idea of what a piece of foreign text says in English or VV.

  39. Text Translation Tool from is an easy-to-use site for rapid translations where you can get the "gist" of foreign language text and web pages.

  40. Text Translation Tool from for rapid translations. Go to bottom right of page, click the scroll button beside "Dictionaries", click on Translator and enter your text.. Remember this is an approximate translation.

  41. There are so many links to great educational material, in French, at this site that it would take to long to describe them all. So whether you want to cook, discuss the weather or the Tour de France or read collections of prose or poetry, in French, then this is the site for you

  42. The French Page. The Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures,Appalachian State University, maintains the French page

  43. The French-speaking Universal Dictionary Here French terms for the flora and the fauna bring life and colour to this work.

  44. The Lessons and Exercises will ensure that you enjoy preparing for your examinations, as well as make sure that you get the results you want.

  45. The Project for American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language (ARTFL)

  46. This Website, aimed at learners (and teachers) of French, Stéphane Derône's bilingual teaching site was originally set up to meet the needs of pupils in The Howard School, Rainham, Kent (Year 7 - A-level). However, it is now used in hundreds of schools worldwide, with an average of 3000 visits weekly.

  47. Vocabulary Lists. On this page you will find a list of vocabulary topics. Each link will take you to a wordlist where you can find nouns, verbs and adjectives related to the topic you selected.

  48. Vocabulary Training Exercises In French

  49. Welcome to the French portal from Study Links, You'll find grammar explanations, interactive exercises, coursework and oral material. Lots of links. Students can avail of a 14 day free trial of this site

Revision Time

  1. French Revision. This website contains everything you need to help you revise for your Leaving Certificate Examination in French. You will need RealPlayer which can be downloaded from this site. Click on the tabs across the top for different levels and try the links button for a host of great sites

  2. French Online Supplements from the BBC The online sections below require Real Audio and Shockwave plugins which you can download from the BBC site

  3. GCSE level revision in French from the BBC with online tests and instant appraisal

  4. Home page of the Modern Languages Department of the Teachers' Virtual School, which is a part of ATW, the Association of Teachers' websites. Several language courses are recommended here. Choose your language

  5. Really useful french teaching site for GCSE French

  6. Revision for French AS & A2 Level from the S-cool site

  7. The Lessons and Exercises will ensure you enjoy preparing for your GCSE course, as well as make sure you get the results you want.


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