Free French Lessons Now Live On

Share Article, a free online language course, is now offering free French lessons in addition to the free Spanish lessons already available.

We hope language teachers will continue to recommend using the language course as study material for their classes. has expanded its language course and is now also offering free French lessons. already offers a comprehensive, free Spanish course that is also completely web-based.

Students learn French vocabulary and grammar while going through each French lesson on Currently there are six comprehensive French lessons, each containing between 1,700 and 2,200 sentences to learn and practice, with more French lessons to come. Each lesson contains four to five grammar subjects featured in each lesson. After each grammar subject is introduced the student practices that subject by going through extensive drills.

Students learning French at any level can move through the French lessons at their own speed using Loquella's patent pending system. Students go through the French lessons by reading the sentence in French and English while listening to audio in French, then repeating out load what they heard in the audio. The entire French lesson is contained within a Flash movie, making it easily accessible for anyone with an Internet connection.

Some of the benefits of using to learn a new language:

·    Free online language lessons
·    Language lessons are contained in easily accessible Flash movie
·    Material is based on well-respected FSI language course

Loquella's goal for the language course is to give language teachers a free, online resource to provide for students so they can practice their pronunciation and vocabulary outside of their classes. Loquella's method for teaching students new languages not only offers them a place to practice vocabulary and pronunciation, it also helps them retain that information.

"We have already had a very positive response to the Spanish lessons, and French lessons will help make the language course even stronger," said Rebecca Hallengren, Vice President of Marketing for "We hope language teachers will continue to recommend using the language course as study material for their classes."

To access the French lessons visit .


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