1. First of all, thank you for your very interesting article. I couldn’t agree more when you say that the Internet and YouTube, in particular, overflow with a huge number of channels and videos that provide French classes to students. For this reason, it is very often difficult to find the right channel or video in this mass of information. Videos are very useful when learning a new language as they are (or, at least, should be) fun and appealing. They help to learn without being bored.

    Having said that, there are many other interactive supports that allow studying French online. What do you think about apps, podcasts, and websites? Would you say these can be useful? I would say so. In fact, I can confirm that they are. By the bye, I have written a blog for people who don’t have time to go to classes to learn French and who want to study at their own pace in the comfort of their home.

    In my blog, I have gathered what I think are the best apps, podcasts, websites and YouTube channels. You can find it here http://frenchlessonsaustralia.com.au/guide-to-learn-french-online/

  2. I must say this is a great initiative. It is true that most videos online teaching how to speak French are actually in English. People who don’t know English but know Hindi should also be provided an opportunity to grasp a foreign language like French. Thank you for sharing this blog.

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