French-Flashcards.com

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You know a language website is good when you and your husband spend date night (though I confess I have a visceral aversion to that odd expression) playing around on it. <a href="http://french-flashcards.com">French-Flashcards.com</a> is French flashcards on steroids!</p>
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This is a creation of a British-based company by the name of Antosch &amp; Lin Languages. It is a husband-and-wife team, and they seem pretty language-obsessed to me. (That is a compliment.)</p>
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Unlike with paper flashcards, here you can use excellent audio recordings with native speakers to learn and practice pronunciation skills.</p>
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Unlike with some other electronic flashcard sites I have been on, this one is scrupulously edited and utterly professional.</p>
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Unlike with VocabuLearn, which is audio-only and which I happen to be rather fond of, you can have a combined visual and auditory experience to reinforce your French vocabulary from multiple angles simultaneously.</p>
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On French-Flashcards.com you will find many options for drills and study--multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, word lists by subject--and a bunch of ways to customize the site to make it work better for you. Therefore, don't just try a couple of things and think you know what is there!</p>
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To fully appreciate the power of this site, you will need to click through the links and settings and options along the left-hand side of the site. There are quite a few of them, but the features are clear and intuitive--not my standard experience with some of the more feature-rich electronic language-learning products.&nbsp;</p>
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This is a highly unfrustrating site.</p>
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On top of that, the price is a bargain, especially since--hold on to your foreign-language dictionaries, linguaphiles and polyglots!--the $7.99 monthly fee gets you access to all 12 of <a href="http://www.antosch-and-lin.com">Antosch &amp; Lin</a>'s language sites: German, Italian, Korean, Chinese, etc. That is just crazy good fun.</p>
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Even for French alone, it is totally worth it.</p>

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