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    I highly recommend LiveMocha.com for learning languages. It has free lessons, paid courses and you can even pay for private lessons. You do quizzes to see how well you've remembered the words and phrases. Best of all you record yourself reading a prescribed text and native speakers review your recordings and give you feedback! Having native speakers critique your speech really helps with pronunciation, something impossible to do with books and apps.

    There are three free levels of French there and many other languages for other budding polyglots.

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    Thank you EWQ, for that site, ive joined.

    Ive just gotten some French learning CDs my Michel Thomas. They were highly recommended to me, ill see how i go.

    For those joining in Ive found the android app Babbel to be the best. It has the most words, from hello and goodbye to clothing, seasons, nature and even religion and politics. You can download different packages (free). It also makes you speak into the microphone to get your pronunciation right.

    I cannot for the life of me say "Four" (Quatre) My tongue will NOT roll the R after saying cat


 

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