There are some good stuff to learn French that I found and stored. The instruction language is English, so you need to have a strong back ground of English in order to use these resources. The first one is Pimsleur, for those who like to study by ears. The second one is French in action – a video based course, from which you can learn to speak French from real life situations.
Learn to Speak French – Don’t Just Study it.
With Pimsleur, you don’t just study a new language, you learn to speak a new language. You learn to communicate in the language. You don’t learn rules, vocabulary lists or grammar out of context. You acquire your new language by listening, mimicking and answering questions — the same way you mastered your native language as a child.
Because learning a new language is not about how many words you know, how many grammar rules you’ve learned, or how many catch phrases you’re able to memorize. It’s about understanding what you hear, and responding easily and naturally.
It’s about helping your brain do what it’s designed to do. And with the help of the scientifically-proven Pimsleur Method, you too can speak French in just 30 Days.
French in Action
During the 1980s, Pierre Capretz, a Yale professor, developed French in Action, a French immersion program that featured textbooks, workbooks, and a 52-episode television series.
The program follows the adventures of Robert Taylor, an American student, and Mireille Belleau, a young French woman. And each 30 minute episode provides a context for learning new words and expressions. (A couple of episodes generated a little controversy, we should note.) The show is conducted entirely in French.