Get ready for immersion – build your French language skills to express yourself and understand someone else.
Listen to the conversation, follow along with the interactive transcripts, and you will be amazed to discover that you know more French than you think!
We offer various subscription levels to meet your needs, from an audio-only podcast to a rigorous educational course including interactive transcripts of international and French news stories, French grammar and expressions lessons, quizzes and pronunciation.
See for yourself if our program is right for you! Our free demo episode will give you a sense of what we offer without having to sign up for anything.
Not quite there yet? We’ll help you get up to speed. Our beginners program takes you on a journey from basic French sentences to full immersion in French conversation, step by step. You’ll be surprised – you know more French than you think! Check out our Get Up to Speed (G.U.T.S.) program.
Ready for more? Try a change of pace. This program takes you to the next level of immersion. It’s a collaboration of French news writers, journalists, and linguists bringing you a mix of cultural insights, opinions, in-depth news analysis in real everyday French conversation.
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I just wanted to drop a line thanking you for your program/ courses. It has been very fun to listen to you two while learning new French words and expressions. I have downloaded your podcasts on my Iphone and enjoyed them while working out. Today, I signed up for the 6 month subscription on your website: very cool.
I really enjoy News in Slow French. I bounce around between 4-5 different French podcasts, and yours is my favorite. Love the sense of humor you share in the program, and breaking the podcast into a few different segments keeps things moving along nicely. The news format is good, of course, because I've likely heard the stories already, so it's easier to keep up and fill in any language gaps.
I have subscribed to News in Slow French for about two years now and still think it is the best French course I have done either on-line or otherwise. The conversations between Catherine and Rylan are always great learning exercises as well as being entertaining.
It was also a good tip recently from Rylan about Un Village Français. I bought the DVDS from Amazon after that and it is a truly superb series, got the first series with French subtitles which of course helps. It is a pity they don't have subtitles for all the series.
Keep those witty dialogues coming!!