Learning French online can be easy with mobile apps. The programs feature different methodologies for teaching the language and perfecting skills such as speaking, writing and reading.
Next, the dnetc gathered five apps to help you learn the French language, which is official in 30 countries. Take the opportunity to reinforce lessons already learned in a course or to start studying the language from scratch.
Duolingo is one of the apps for learning French on your cell phone – Photo: Ana Marques / dnetc
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Duolingo is one of the most famous apps that teach languages - Photo: Photo: Reproduction / Lívia Dâmaso
Duolingo is one of the most famous language teaching apps. It works like a game: with each hit, the user earns points. The classes are divided into small parts, which makes learning not tiring, and each lesson includes several questions of comprehension, translation and conversation. It is still possible to choose how long you will study per day.
Free, the app is easy to use and is available for Android, iPhone (iOS) and also online version, in addition to having an extension for Chrome.
Babbel is an application that teaches several languages - Photo: Photo: Reproduction / Lívia Dâmaso
Babbel offers a dynamic and interactive methodology for teaching French and other languages. The lessons range from beginner to advanced levels to teach and improve the diction, comprehension, conversation, reading and writing of the language. In addition, the app has thematic classes to make the exercise more attractive.
The application is free and available for iPhone (iOS) and Android.
How to Say: Pronunciation App
How to Say: Pronunciation App is a dictionary where you can hear the pronunciation of natives – Photo: Photo: Reproduction / Lívia Dâmaso
The How to Say: Pronunciation App is an application that works as a translation dictionary, in which it is possible to hear the pronunciation of people from all over the world, including those of the natives. The aim is to further improve pronunciation and learn the French language better.
The application is free and available only for Android.
Memrise: learn languages
Memrise: learning languages and teaching French through an interactive game – Photo: Photo: Reproduction / Lívia Dâmaso
The Memrise app: learning languages works like a game. The user needs to use his knowledge in the French language to gain the confidence of enemies, infiltrate among them and make alliances with agents also infiltrated to protect the diversity of languages in the Multiverse, a distant universe.
Available for Android and iPhone (iOS), the application is free, but has an optional paid version that offers access to more games and offline function.
Tandem is an application where users exchange knowledge in language learning – Photo: Photo: Reproduction / Lívia Dâmaso
Tandem works as a social network where you learn French from a native speaker who is interested in learning the languages you speak. It is possible to chat by writing, recording and listening to audios and by video call. That is, in addition to learning a new language, users make new friends.
The app is available for Android and iPhone (iOS), and it’s free.