This post was last updated on August 28th, 2016 at 02:50 am
FrenchCrazy.com has hundreds of articles to help French students learn French or help teachers in the classroom make their job just a bit easier. This website was designed for Francophiles and Francophones alike.
Here are a few of my favorite articles, in no particular order.
This two part series shares words and expressions you’ll encounter in France that are oftentimes omitted in a French class (unless your teacher is really cool)!
In this article we look at the differences between pronouncing French and English and HOW one could diminish a noticeable foreign accent. This FrenchCrazy article is long and includes a linguistic point of view.
A somewhat humorous article talking about the culture shock you may experience when living abroad in France.
Listening to French music is very beneficial to improving your French. But one problem learners have is finding a list of these French songs. When this article was released, it was one of the longest compiled list of French music online.
I taught English in a French high school. Surprisingly not many people know about the school system in France. So today I’m going to explain the French educational system and how it compares.
A fun article looking at how to not be taken for a tourist when in the French capital. Here’s how to blend in and do a few things with a Parisian demeanor.
Traveling to France for Americans, Canadians or Australians can be costly. Here are some tips from FrenchCrazy to save money while traveling in France.
DuoLingo is a great online resource for you to practice your French for FREE. This article looks at the pros and cons of DuoLingo and how we ate FrenchCrazy use DuoLingo.
It’s hard to get conversations going when you have limited vocabulary. This article gives tips on how to overcome this obstacle.
Some people think fluency involves knowing a ton of vocabulary words. Here, I set the record straight.