This post was last updated on July 23rd, 2016 at 07:09 pm

BACK IN 2011, WE HAD THE SIMPLE IDEA TO REVOLUTIONIZE HOW YOU LEARNED ABOUT FRANCE.

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John

John

Founder

Lyon, France
New York, USA

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Saide

Marketing

Allentown, USA
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Michelle

Writer

Paris, France
Pittsburgh, USA

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Adel

Contributor

Paris, France

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Julie

Contributor

Besançon, France

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John, I shouldn’t have to tell you how awesome and useful this website is! I’m a senior in high school, and as you well know, classroom instruction doesn’t necessarily inspire further education outside the one hour a day I have French. Between this website, watching movies and BFMTV with French audio, listening to Stromae and Coeur de Pirate waaayyyy too much (thanks to your music reviews) :D, I find myself taking great steps towards furthering my French skills.

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Bonjour John ! Je laisse un petit message pour te dire “bravo” pour ce blog ! Je suis Français et ça me fait vraiment plaisir qu’un amoureux de notre bien-aimée langue s’intéresse à notre culture et tout ce qui l’entoure. Merci de faire découvrir notre pays à travers tes articles et tes cours de français. J’en ai lu pas mal très attentivement et je les ai trouvé très intéressants. Je te tire mon chapeau, continue comme ça.

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About John

“Realizing the difficulties of learning French is the first step to writing good articles to help you succeed.” I stand by that claim, which is what differentiates FrenchCrazy from other sites run by French people. Despite having French family members and despite being exposed to the language at a young age I still had to learn French through traditional means. I learned it through the same lens as you – as a second language. I can relate to your struggles of tackling grammar but I also know the delight of stumbling across a juicy, new French word.
Born in New York City and raised in rural Pennsylvania, I started learning French in 2004. I’m now a French-English bilingual with a 4-year university degree in Neuroscience (B.Sci), a 4-year degree in French (B.Sci), and a minor in Linguistics from the Pennsylvania State University. I have family that lives in France, where I spend long amounts of time. Find out more about my work and study experiences in France.

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