French is one of the most attractive language in the world. No wonder why there are many people around the world are interested to learn this language. If you’re currently at middle or high school, you’re lucky. Almost every school now include French on their curriculum. But what if you’re now at school anymore. Does that mean that you won’t be able to learn French? Well, there’s no need to worry guys. You can always count on your Android phone. Here’s list of best apps for learning French.
French Translator/Dictionary. As it’s name implies, you can easily find the meaning of a French word with few taps. You can opt to select from the available entry or use the translator function, which allow you to manually type a phrase or words that you don’t have any clue what it mean. The app will instantly come out with the result.
Litter French dictionary. This app will be a good replacement for the heavy and super thick French dictionary. It will be a nice app to have for a school or college student, who are happen to learn French. This app is also able to provide great reference for French literacy from the 17th to 19th century.
English<->French Dictionary. Similar to the first app that we already mentioned above, this one also help you to find the meaning of French words or phrase that you don’t understand. The best thing is that this dictionary require no Internet connection to work a.k.a offline. It should be a great feature for those of you who want to save your monthly data plan for something else that more important.
Learn French with busuu.com. If you think that you’ve know lot of French words, then it’s time to test your language skills. Join the busuu.com to take some test on specific topics about French language. There are more than 150 different topics presented on this app. Each posses it’s own level, from beginner to advanced. Not only able to read the sentence, you’re also able to experience the sound since the app is also packed with the voice of a native speakers.
Learn French with babbel.com. This one is also similar to busuu.com. There are more than 3,000 words available to learn. All are packed with images, pronunciations, and sentence examples. But please note that only the first category of learning material is included on the app. If you interested to learn more, you have to sign on their web page and download the package.
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