Learn French from Home

Spend Your Time at Home Learning French

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, many of us are at home.

First, Culturetheque, the Institut Français French-language digital library with music, movies, magazines, novel, comics, etc, is FREE during the pandemic. Register before April 15th and get free access to Culturethèque until May 30th.

Why not use part of this time to improve your French?

Whether you already know some French or want to start from scratch, here is a list of online resources to learn from home.

Feel like challenging yourself? Choose among over 3100 exercises and quizzes on TV5 Monde website.

Do you want to learn French and stay updated with the news? Listen to RFI’s podcasts such as Le Journal en français facile.

Kids and teens have their own news providers: check out Arte Journal Junior and Un jour une actu.

Did you know that 2020 France’s cultural focus is graphic novels?

Discovering the French language and comics is possible with LingoZING!, the first app to use comics and graphic novels as learning tools.

Ready to go one step further and write your story? Download the BDnF App to discover how to create memes, comics, and graphic novels.

For those of you who are more advanced in French and love to read, check out the Bibliothèque numérique. More than 500 literature classics are available to download for free.

Sing in French with Et en plus je chante en français, an app of the Institut français and Divercities. Pedagogical resources are available to learn more about the songs.

Last but not least, don’t forget to take a look at Netflix’s selection of films in French. The Oscar-nominated and Cesar-winning I lost my body is still available.