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Good morning dear learners :)

If you are interested in learning French I can propose you a great place. It is a French group on Facebook. I created this group yesterday (and I have already more than 200 people inside ! It is amazing). 

 

How does this group work ?  Every week I propose an article from a famous newspaper and I make my followers read it, study it. I will propose soon some podcasts also to help my followers improving their listening skills. Of course it is 100% free.

Concept : Learn French language by reading and listening current news from French Newspaper 

So if you are interested in it do not hesitate to join us ! Here is the link : THE DAILY FRENCH

Cheers :)

 

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